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Mumbo Sauce My Way

For those of you who don’t know, my hometown is Washington, D.C. Home of the President, Monuments, Smithsonian, political movers and shakers, Go-Go music, and most importantly, Mumbo Sauce. I grew up on this sticky sweet sauce that is served with fried chicken wings or crinkle cut french fries, in just about every Chinese carry […]

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Shark Attack at the Wharf

One of my favorite places is the fisherman’s wharf. I try to make my way to the local wharf in every city I visit or live in. Not only am I able to find exotic delicacies like sea urchin and fresh conch, but I pay half the price per pound of fish and other sea […]

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A Casual Night-in with Friends

This weekend was awesome! I love to paint the town, but nothing beats a spectacular night-in with great friends, great food and lots of laughs. The older my friends and I get, the harder it is to hang out so I thought it was time for us to catch up. What better way to bring […]

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Korma

Some of you are probably asking, “What the heck is Korma?” Korma, not to be confused with karma, is a type of red curry from southern and central Asian countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Like all curries, Korma can be vegetarian or contain shrimp, fish, chicken, or beef. Some of the main ingredients in […]

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Holiday Party Tyme!!

Tis the season to party! Whether you are hosting or contributing to a pot luck, you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen. Here are some ideas for fast and easy appetizers and drinks that will have your guests filled with the holiday spirit. I’ve also included some sandwiches that will help […]

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Happy Holiday Supper

Looking for some dinner ideas for the upcoming holiday? Check out my holiday menu that is a sure hit each and every year. Your guests will be most impressed when you present them with these tasty dishes. Click here for Holiday Dinner menu.

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Five Steps of the ‘OPS’ Method Videos

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Some of My Favorite Websites

Here are a few very useful sites that I reference for my own cooking needs. The may be helpful to you too. Cooking conversion charts http://startcooking.com/blog/333/Measurement-and-Conversion-Charts This conversion chart is super easy to follow. http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert/cooking This site is awesome because it allows you to pick from a list of hundreds of ingredients and then it […]

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‘Brown bagging’

It’s lunch time! And I don’t know about you, but I’m craving something fresh, delicious, light on the hips and easy on the wallet. You won’t find fresh and light at a fast food joint and you can forget about giving your wallet a break at a fancy cafe or restaurant. The best way to […]

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‘Breaking Fast’

Ok, so we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Our bodies fast (do not consume food) while we are sleeping, so when we wake up it is time to break the fast, or eat breakfast. It is suggested that we eat within the first 2 hours of waking up […]

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