When times get tough, I usually get going (along with all those other toughies out there). But this week proved an exception.
My breakfast meals are typically easy, and always include elements of savory and sweet.
Saturday morning I woke up craving something cinnamony.
Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman, cooks, writes and lives life in full flavor.
We ate well and pulled off acting like 70 year olds, admittedly, enjoying every slow-motion second.
So despite my lack of taste for okra, when I got a fresh bag of it from my mom, I figured now was the time to try it–my way, not fried in batter.
When I was younger, I wanted to get as far away from Gainesville as possible, but now, I realize just how much I love coming home.
Friday night, I met a couple girlfriends at Pure Taqueria in Inman Park. I’d been to the location in Woodstock once, but had never tasted the food. So Friday night, I splurged and sampled the queso gringo, crispy taquitos, sangria and skinny margarita. Everything was amazing. The queso…well what female doesn’t like cheese?! The entrée […]
Have you ever gotten that warm, fuzzy feeling inside? You know, the one that has you blissfully smiling at the mention of a certain name? That ‘can’t live without’ feeling that makes you understand the root of the phrase ‘absence makes the heart grow fonder.’ Well don’t mistake that for love…that’s just UGA football. In […]