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Taste of India at home

I still think the next best thing to traveling the world is to eat food from all over the world. Since getting married, my husband and I have gone to Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Italy, France, China, Japan, and Thailand. […]

Aloo Tikki and Tikka Masala, it's a beautiful thing.

Taste of India at home

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I still think the next best thing to traveling the world is to eat food from all over the world. Since getting married, my husband and I have gone to Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Italy, France, China, Japan, and Thailand. […]

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How to support two local businesses with one night out at Heavy Seas

For once I'm going to shut up about my own food and tell about some really great stuff Baltimore has to offer.  Last weekend, my husband surprised me with

A little sandwich with big flavor

Warm weather food: Veggie sliders & soft pretzels

There's a hint of spring in the air, which means there's hope of my toes thawing out sometime before Labor Day.  It also means that in neighborhoods all over

Herbaceous, savory, and  totally worth the wait of making it.

Make this dinner for your valentine!

Few things are more heartfelt than home cooking.  It's the work into which you put a piece of yourself (quite literally if you're not careful in your cutting skills)

Eggplant Meatballs

Meatless Monday Ideas? Try These!

I know I've fallen behind in sharing meatless meals lately, so this week I've got a few husband-approved goodies.  I hate to disappoint, so I'll warn you this week,

Chicken and dumplings

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 2

Last week I gave you the "week night" meals to make from a whole chicken.  There's two more meals we made from that bird, about a six-pounder, but I'm

The best way to travel is on a plate.

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 1

When it comes down to it, when buying meat, buying a whole chicken is the best value you're going to find.  So my husband and I asked ourselves: How

They'll pop in the oven, and deflate quickly, as seen here.

How to make the holidays last just a bit longer

I hope everyone reading this had a lovely and memorable holiday season, and that 2015 looks at least as bright if not brighter than last year.  As some of

Sugary goo, not at all marshmallowy

Hot Cocoa for when you want to watch holiday specials – not live one

It's not secret that I'm a housewife, and I love it.  For the month of December, I try and come up with festive (or at least fun) things to

From marksdailyapple.com - I could never make it look this good.

Cooking without a kitchen

I know it's been way too long since I've posted on here, so I'm asking your forgiveness.  One short month ago, my dear husband and I took the first step

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