January 2020 with Hoda Wan Kenobi

2019 flew by last year with foggy haze. Just about the time I settled into one seat, it was time to move to another. I decided 2020 would have to be different. Suddenly in flies a gift via an angel from Montgomery, a book titled “I Really Needed This Today”. The book became my classwork lessons in January 2020 with Hoda Wan Kenobi.

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Never Fail Spirited Italian Rossa Bundt Cake

Annually Grill Man and I host a wine tasting group in our home. Each couple arrives with a dish and a bottle of vino to share. After the social hour we gather to grade the wine offerings based on our individual palates. Oddly after our tasting a portion of Stella Rosa Black remained in the bottle . It took me a couple of days but I soon realized it would be perfect in a cake. Never Fail Spirited Italian Rossa Bundt Cake.

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New Orleans Mardi Gras Tree, Mrs Watson and recipes

I almost never need a reason to go to New Orleans. If the soul of the city does not pull you in, surely the food will tempt. Visit New Orleans Mardi Gras Tree, Mrs Watson and cook recipes for your parade party.

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Mimi’s Gluten Free Nutty Fudgy Indulgent Mint Chocolate Brownie?

As a young girl I always thought that food allergies would be the worse to manage.Today managing allergies is alot easier than decades ago. If your diet requires gluten free, check out the latest recipe from Dining With Mimi. Cook Mimi’s Gluten Free Nutty Fudgy Indulgent Mint Chocolate Brownie.

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Why millennials should reconsider heirloom dishes

Why millennials should reconsider heirloom dishes is a debate among young and old alike. Baby boomers want to share their heirloom dishes especially now as downsizing is popular. Millennials are running from heirloom dishes and other family possessions as if a plague is attached.

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Hoda Kotb, Vern McLellan and I agree

Hoda Kotb, Vern McLellan and I agree on at least one thing. Probably more than one but I want to share this one with you. Recently a friend gave me a new book written by Hoda Kotb. “I really needed this today.” At any given point I have several books that are waiting patiently for their turn. Yet this book’s title called to me ahead of the current lineup. This could me my new go to book for daily inspirations.

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My new mascot and New Year’s Menu

Equally my new mascot and New Years Menu is all I need to start 2020 off in fine style. Until recently, I had no idea that I even needed a mascot. Maybe the artist Fred Marchman knew I needed a mascot when he sold me this painting. Then Men-nu wandered into my life, a loving gorgeous creature with smoky green eyes. Could I? Would I? Should I? Yet how could I say no?

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Adorable Opelika and Songwriters Festival 2020

Surely if you landed on my site previously you may have realized I have an obsession with food, travel and music. Anytime that I may combine all three for a weekend getaway is a joy. Imagine my surprise when I rolled in expecting to find a small town hosting a music fest and discovered Opelika. Adorable Opelika and Songwriters Festival 2020 should be on your travel list.

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Dazed by Engelberg in July

Traveling in Switzerland offers everything that you may desire on a vacation. Big cities to small villages provide enough opportunity to cover the gambit of your desires. Clearly, landscapes and terrain designed to leave you Dazed by Engelberg in July and probably August thru June.

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Dining With Mimi’s Favorite Desserts for Entertaining

Joyfully as we move into the Fall Season our social calendars become flooded with invites. At times it is a challenge to navigate the friends and family events. Your list may include cocktail parties, formal dinner parties and casual pot luck with friends. This list of Dining With Mimi’s Favorite Desserts for Entertaining will be a good start for a dessert recipe to share.

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