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Food Network Facebook Live Episode 4 – Million Dollar Mac n Cheese

Million Dollar Mac n Cheese

Whoop whoop! We just wrapped on my fourth episode of The Food Network’s Facebook Live without cutting off my fingers or twirling my hair! Can you say success?!

So what did I make this week? My million dollar mac n cheese of course!! Loaded with some of my favorite lactose loves, these twisty little noodles are smothered in the most delicious cheese sauce made with gruyere, muenster, ricotta and burrata. Once the mac n cheese is bathing in opulence, it gets topped with cheddar cheese and broiled until it’s golden and crisp. After that, fresh herbs, salty butter and panko bread crumbs get all toasty and then sprinkled on top. It is literally the definition of decadence.   Continue reading

Food Network Facebook Live Episode 3 – Extra Cheesy Corned Beef Reubens

Corned Beef Reuben

Today marked my 3rd segment of the Food Network’s Facebook Live! I feel like these things keep getting easier and easier every time! THANK GrrrROD! I’m feeling more confident in front of the camera. I finally feel comfortable being my grue goofy self. And even that whole issue of not-touching-my-hair is forcing me to get extra creative with my hairstyles. A win, win, right?!

TBH, I am not one of those chicks that look good with their hair pulled back in a ballet bun nor do I look striking in a hairnet, but hey, what am i supposed to do? I was never a girly girl and I am still totally learning how to do my make up. However, there has been this one thing in my regiment that is a total game changer. Continue reading

Florida Foodie Road Trip – Tallahassee

Florida Foodie Road Trip - Tallahassee

As you might have seen on our Instagram, Jeremy and I recently adventured up the coast to the Panhandle to film more episodes of our mini web series for VISIT FLORIDA— Florida Foodie Road Trip!

For this episode, we featured Tallahassee, a city that is super special and close to my heart. Not only did I spend a lot of time here as a kid visiting my Grandparents at my Mama’s family farm, but I also spent 4 awesome years earning my undergraduate degree at FSU. Continue reading