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Where to begin? I always have a hard time not sounding like a broken record on "about me" sections.
I am a mom to three wonderful children. I am a single mom to this three kiddos and we love to cook! My children have been taught at a very early age how to cook and we take turns cooking for the family. I absolutly love recipezarr.com (now food.com) because I can get on here and search for simple recipes for the younger children and more advanced recipes for the older kids (including my oldest kid...my boyfriend!). Usually once a month on a weekend we have what we call "around the world" night. I cook authentic (at least as close to as possible) dishes from another country. We all enjoy this and it's a family tradition. Another thing we do monthly that is a family tradition is our "family movie night". We make finger foods and watch movies as an entire family. It's not uncommon to see 3 or 4 types of homemade buffalo wings and sauces, meatballs, and homemade dips for veggies on the table on movie night. I LOVE that recipezaar meets my needs for all of our "family traditions"!!!!
I love true southern dishes. Comfort foods are always my favorite. The gooeyier (is that even a word...and how in the world do you spell that???) a dish is...the better! My children are not pickey eaters so finding great recipes to feed them. We are big pasta and casserole eaters but enjoy grilling occasionally too!!! Our cooking motto is "cheese makes any food taste better" and "God's gift to mankind is the potato!" :)