Food

Rudolph the Red Nose Reinbeer

December 23, 2013
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No, that isn’t a typo. Reinbeer is your everyday, boring beer transformed into festive, jolly beer! Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? If you haven’t, then this post is for you. This gift is cheap, creative, and sure to wow your recipient as well as all party guests lucky enough to witness the giving […]

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7 Foods You Should Never Throw Away Again

September 3, 2012

  Sometimes my fridge looks like this. It is a magical place full of vibrant, colorful produce and fresh-off-the-farm eggs. This is when I love my fridge most of all. I can grab an orange or carrot if I need something quick, but I also have all the makings of a balanced and delicious meal […]

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Carolyn Cooks “The Perfect Chicken”

August 17, 2012

I never wanted to be one of those bloggers who just comes and goes as she pleases, caring not who she leaves forlorn in her absence. I also never wanted to be one of those bloggers who reappears and either (1) acts like she wasn’t gone for 3 months or (2) apologizes profusely only to […]

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Tips & Tricks for Tastier Oven Fries

May 20, 2012

One of my most common junk food cravings is french fries. My personal fast food faves when it comes to fries are Chick-fil-a (duh), McDonalds, and Five Guys. Each are uniquely fabulous and addictive and if eating them is wrong then I don’t want to be right. Unfortunately my “fast food french fries eaten” to […]

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Artichoke Chicken

May 14, 2012

  Source: richestoragsbydori.blogspot.com via Carolyn on Pinterest   For weeks I’ve been eying this recipe on Pinterest. The recipe from SugarLaws (pretty much my blog idol) calls for mayo and cheese. Yum! But could I really make a healthy meal with two ingredients that are so prominent on most diets’ DNE (Do Not Eat) Lists? […]

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Dinner For One: A Love Story

May 7, 2012

Once upon a time there was a gorgeous, talented, hilarious and, yes, even somewhat brilliant lady. You would expect that there would be a man in her life with a similar description but the good Lord usually did not see fit to bring such men into her life unless of course they were gay or […]

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Day 23: How To Organize Your Recipes

April 23, 2012

I’ve been idolizing my cousin, Martha, since at least the age of 15. I think it started around the time that “crunk” and “word up” were linguistically popular. One thing we never agreed on was how “crunk” was spelled, but I defer to her judgment on all other great philosophical questions.¬† It’s a big job […]

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Day 20: Shrimp Ceviche Salad

April 20, 2012

This recipe for Shrimp Ceviche was passed along to me by Katy and is adapted from Simply Recipes. ¬†During a training session earlier this week I handed her a piece of paper, a pen, and the latest copy of Cooking Light and told her to make me a grocery list. Actually, that isn’t even entirely […]

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Day 16: Highs And Lows

April 16, 2012

One of my favorite childhood dinner memories besides the aforementioned massive quantities I consumed was a game we played at the dinner table called “Highs And Lows.” Basically we would go around in a circle and talk about our most favorite (“High”) and least favorite (“Low”) part of our respective days. This may be a […]

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Day 15: These Are My Confessions

April 15, 2012

Today I intended to catch you up on the past few years. Unfortunately there are more pressing matters to disclose. Last night I (a) got really drunk and (b) made terrible food choices…twice. Here’s how it went down: My fave neighbor ever, Stephenie, and I decided to hit up local McDonoughs Bar for some drinks […]

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