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When I was a senior in high school, I was tasked with a final senior project. The result of that assignment was this food blog. After several years, a few trips around the world, and a new camera, my passion for food is stronger than ever. This blog is designed with the everyday person in mind. I live a busy lifestyle, but I still have time to eat well, and I want everyone else to be able to do the same! I hope you are inspired by my recipes and that you are hungry after seeing pictures of my delicious food. Enjoy my site!

 

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. Sue says:

    have any vegetarian options? What does one do with edame??

    1. Apronhanger says:

      Edamame – do the same as Chrissy has posted for roasted chick peas – yum. Thanks for a great treat Christina.

  2. Susan says:

    its about time you started to share some of your fav’s..i look forward to trying some. I like the twist on the buffalo chicken, will pass that on to the guys at the house. Yum

  3. jaymine says:

    nomnomnom!! yum! these are amazing and very creativee!! great job!

  4. Jennifer says:

    Your recipes look delicious and really easy to make! I can’t wait to try them all!

  5. Mindy Baker says:

    As the “Content Consultant,” I think I should be getting some samples of these yummy foods. Your pictures look great, and I love your creativity. I’m thinking I could go for that Italian sub right now! Yumm!

  6. Nonnie says:

    Great suggestions food looks great too……

  7. Nonnie says:

    Great web site…. food looks wonderfullll

  8. Nonnie says:

    Great job food looks great

  9. Apronhanger says:

    Hey Chrissy – What is foam – like the kind Marcel made on Top Chef EVERYTIME he cooked and how do you make it? Just wondering…

    1. chferrara107 says:

      from what i can tell it is basically a cream sauce that is greatly reduced on low heat with flavor add ins, then blended, then all of the recipes involved using a foamer with cartridges, so i feel that you need that tool in order to actually make the dish. but yes they do use it very often on top chef.

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