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Welcome to our most recent edition of TDF Weekly! It has been a wild and crazy week in The Food Nanny's kitchen. This week, I am sharing some of our favorite items and a little glimpse into my crazy life right now!

What we are wearing:

  • Anthropologie Zodiac Coin Necklace: After seeing a friend of mine wearing this, I had to have it! I decided to get the lion, even though that's not my Zodiac sign. The detail is exquisite and at such a great price!

My Life Lately:

As many of you know, I am writing a cookbook! Holy cow it has been nuts. I now understand why it took my mom 7 years to write her first book! It truly is so much work between coming up with the recipes, lots of trial and error, and more dishes than you can imagine. But the excitement in getting to share all of this with you makes it all worth it! I now know why it took my mom 7 years to write her first book. Here are some highlights about the book so far:

  • My (Lizi) family moved in to my parents home just before they left on their mission. Getting to write and cook in the same kitchen she did has so much meaning for me. I look up to my mom in every possible way and love following in her footsteps!
  • This cookbook is all about Kamut! Our love runs deep for this amazing flour, and so we decided to make things easier for all of you. It will have exact measurement specifically for Kamut, so no more guessing!
  • Some of the recipes in the book will be our favorites that you already know and love! But they will have updated measurements specifically for Kamut. And then we also have tons of new recipes. I am so excited to share them with all of you!
  • Finally, what you have all been waiting for! We are hoping to have the books available in late May, early June. Right now, we are wrapping up the photography portion. And once the design is completed, production will begin!

And now you know why things have looked a little different around here. As exhausting as this has been, it is all worth it to share our love for Kamut with as many people as possible. It is truly life changing. If you haven't tried it yet, grab one of our 5 lb bags and get cooking! We are so grateful to each and every one of you! And don't forget, keep cooking, your family is worth it.

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Welcome to this weeks edition of TDF Weekly! We feel like we are finally getting back in the swing of things after the Holidays. How are you doing with cooking at least 3 times a week? Its not too late to get started! Now lets get to our post:

Favorite Items:

  • Crate and Barrel Marin White Dinner Plates: Des convinced me to buy these a while ago and I started with just 4 plates. Let me tell you, these are amazing! I will be buying more because I never want to use any other plates.
  • Our oven: We don't think a more beautiful oven has ever existed! Sr. Food Nanny fell in love with this oven while remodeling the kitchen last year. The brand is Ilve from Italy. If you are located in Utah, you can find them at Durdens.
  • 5 lb Kamut Bags: Did you see our new bags on instagram? We are so excited with how they turned out! In other exciting news, our 5 lb bags will soon be on Amazon! This is the perfect size for anyone just getting started with Kamut. We promise you will fall in love!

Take Note:

  • Australia fires: to begin, we generally keep things pretty light hearted around here. But from time to time, events happen that demand our attention. Right now, fires are blazing across Australia. 28 people have died so far as well as millions of animals. It is absolutely heartbreaking! If you want to help, there are many places taking donations including the Australian Red Cross.
  • Pinners California: I am so excited to announce that I will be at Pinner CA this year! I loved meeting so many of you in Arizona and Utah, so I have no doubt this will be amazing. Its from March 13-14 in Pomona. If you want to join me, use the code FOODNANNY10 when purchasing your tickets. This will save you 10%! Can't wait to meet some of our California Fannies.
  • Utah Hygge Retreats: Finally, you guys know how much we love all things hygge. On February 21-23, I will be joining this retreat and teaching a bread making workshop. It doesn't get more hygge than homemade bread! Click here for more information!

And that's it for this week! Keep cooking, your family is worth it.

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Hello Fannies! We missed you last week! But after a wonderful trip to Mexico (more on that later) we are back to normal life around here! And with that, we have some fun things in store for you.

Gift Ideas

Do you still have some gifts to buy? Or maybe you still can't decide what you want this year. Either way, don't forget to check out our ultimate gift guide. We gathered some of our very favorite things that we think you will love too.

Christmas Treat Roudup:

Tis the season for lots and lots of treats! Whether you are looking for something to bring to a party, to share with neighbors, or to enjoy with family, we have you covered.

  • Dark Secrets: This is one of our favorite Christmas cookies. It puts a delicious spin on the traditional Mexican wedding cookie by adding a chocolate kiss to the middle. These are definitely crowd pleasers!
  • Gingersnaps with Vanilla Chips Frosting: When I think about Christmas cookies, these are at the top of my list. They look beautiful and taste just as amazing. People won't believe you made them!
  • Grandma's Sugar Cookie Cutouts: If you are looking for an absolutely amazing sugar cookie, look no farther. This is a family recipe that we have been making for decades. You can make it special for any holiday, making it perfect for all your Christmas parties.
  • Bread Pudding: No dessert screams comfort and home quite like bread pudding. This is the perfect things to serve when friends and family come to visit. The caramel sauce makes our recipe top notch.
  • Hello Dolly Bars: This has become one of our very favorite desserts. Just take one bite and you will be hooked!
  • Caramel Popcorn: We would put our recipe up against any! Popcorn is always a hit, and a nice spin on the usual desserts this time of year. Its the perfect combination of sweet and salty.
  • Peanut Butter Cookies: Finally, one of the best things about this cookie is all the variations. You can add a Hershey kiss or Reeses to the middle or even just add chocolate chips. But at Christmas time, our favorite thing to do is to dip half of the cookie into chocolate. It makes a basic cookie feel special and unique!

Mexico Trip

Did you catch my crazy, amazing Mexico trip with Abi last week? It was a nonstop party! And now we want you to come on a trip with us! Let me give you a little background on how it all got started:

A couple months ago, Abi joined me for a live. I introduced her to the unbelievable Mexican vanilla one of our Fannies sends us. Abi couldn't get over the amazing smell and taste! Somehow this transitioned to us talking about our love for Mexico, and next thing we know, people are asking us to take them on a trip. So we started getting the ball rolling for you!

Before putting a trip together, we wanted to make sure we could give you a vacation of a lifetime. So we went down and explored! We were spoiled by 2 different resorts and had to make lots of decisions on what we would do with you guys.

Our rooms were decked out in welcome gifts, rice art, and so much more. They even wrote out Food Nanny in the sand! I cried when I first saw it. We seriously ate like queens. After experiencing it for ourselves, we want to give you the opportunity. We know its not the easiest time to pay right before Christmas, but this is a trip you do not want to miss. Here are all of the details:

YOUR Trip:

We will be in Mexico for 6 days and 5 nights. We decided to go with the Live Aqua (All-inclusive) Resort Cancun in February. You can sign up here. Everything is built in to the cost, except for any shopping expenses. Each morning, we will start with some group yoga. You really won't have to think about a thing while there. Here is the schedule:

  • Day 1: Big welcome dinner at Live Aqua! This will give us all a chance to get to know each other!
  • Day 2: Relax and enjoy the beach! You will have a cabana where you can get face and foot massages. Then that night we are going to an unbelievable restaurant. It will be one of the best and nicest meals of your life!
  • Day 3: Next, we will head out on a Catamaran to a little Island. Once there, we will snorkel, enjoy lunch, and have a party! And then we will enjoy a nice dinner at the hotel that night.
  • Day 4: This will be our exploration day. We will take you to see the authentic handmade pottery we love! This is perfect for Mexican dinner night if you decide to buy some. Then we will be going on a taco tour. After trying 5 different restaurants tacos, you will learn how to make homemade tortillas! Following that, we will go to 5th Avenue of Mexico. Apparently, this is the best shopping Mexico has to offer.
  • Day 5: Lastly, its another relaxation day! We will spend time at the beach again, as well as head to the hotel spa. Everyone will get a 1 hour massage! I can't think of a better way to end the perfect girls trip.

So what are you waiting for? Snag your spot and come with us! Between Abi and myself, you are bound to laugh your way through Mexico. Finally, here are some things we want you to consider:

  • Come with a friend, sister, or mom to get the best price.
  • We are staying at an All-inclusive resort. So all the food and drinks you could want are already built in to the price. Plus, things like the boat ride, cooking class, and massage, are already paid for!
  • You MUST sign up by Friday, December 20th. Click here to do so and for more information on the trip. Come have the girls trip of a life time with us!

And that's a wrap! Happy Holiday's Fannies. Keep cooking, your family is worth it!

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Hello Fannies! Can you believe December is already here? With Thanksgiving being so late this year, it feels like the Holiday season is just flying by! Heres a little sneak peak into our week:

Thanksgiving Week:

  • Before Thanksgiving this year, we released a Thanksgiving Menu for you. It came with our complete meal and a plan for the week. This wasn't just for you, it saved me! Getting things done ahead of time made Thanksgiving day so enjoyable!
  • This year, our Thanksgiving looked a little different! Two of the sisters joined Sr. Food Nanny in Europe. And Jr. Food Nanny celebrated with her own little family at home. After a nasty stomach bug, we were just happy to be feeling better in time to celebrate.
  • Didn't prepare your own Thanksgiving meal this year? You can still enjoy our plan at Christmas! Who wouldn't want to eat our unbelievable food at Christmas dinner? If you don't want the whole meal, then just pick out a few of the amazing sides!
  • Christmas Tree chopping: The weekend after Thanksgiving, we head out to the woods to cut down a Christmas tree! It is honestly magical chopping down your very own tree. We always go with a Charlie Brown style and love everything about it!
  • Decorating for Christmas: I'm not going to lie, Christmas decor doesn't always bring me joy! I do not like it to compete with the rest of the decor that I have. So I keep it simple, relatively neutral, and true to my own style! Figuring out your own style can be hard but it makes all the difference.
  • Christmas shopping! Its definitely that time of year! If you missed our post last week, here it is. We have compiled a pretty amazing gift guide for all the cooks in your life. Or lets be honest, a perfect list to treat yourself!

Fun Finds:

Next, here are some fun items we have found and are loving!

  • Food Nanny Cookbooks: Okay okay, this is obviously not something we just found this week! But we get asked all the time where to find all of our recipes. Both Book 1 and Book 2 make the perfect gifts for all the cooks in your life!

Can you tell that we had some fun at World Market this week? It is such a great place to snag some inexpensive and fun pieces!

Well that's a wrap for this week! Make sure to stay tuned over on Instagram throughout the week. There's always a party happening in our kitchen. Keep cooking!

Xoxo!

The Food Nanny Ultimate Gift Guide

The Food Nanny Ultimate Gift Guide

For our TDF Weekly post this week, we decided to mix things up! With Christmas just around the corner, we wanted to share our ultimate gift guide. We aren't a fashion blog or deal finders, but we have a lot of things we love! And we have some incredible gift ideas. These are all things we own and love ourselves, or things that are at the top of our own Christmas lists. Enjoy!

Kitchen Must Haves:

  • Starter Kit: For the first time EVER we are doing a huge sale on our Starter Kit! On Friday and Saturday, the kit will be 20% off. So you can buy both cookbooks, both salts, our measuring spoons, and a 5 lb. bag of Kamut for just $55.95. This just may be the best deal we will ever offer, so don't miss it! On Sunday, the price will go back to normal.
  • All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set: We searched high and low to find a deal on these for you and we did! Until December 11th, they are over $400 dollars off! Don't wait on this because they will sell out. These are the pans we use every day and they are amazing. If you are in need of pans, look no farther. It is an investment, but its worth it.
  • Anthropologie Old Havana Line: We have been collected pieces from this collection for years! And while visiting France, we even found some pieces there. These items are both functional and decorative in the kitchen. Here are some of our favorites: Pitcher, Serving bowl, Mugs, and Dinner plates.
  • Kitchen Aid: This is something we use all the time! Its not something you absolutely need, but it does make baking nice and easy. We are loving the Copper one and this misty blue one.
  • All things copper: If you are a long time follower, you know about our love for all things copper! We have an entire post dedicated to our favorite copper items straight from Italy. There will definitely be a few items you or your favorite cook need for Christmas.
  • Staub Baking Dishes: Since we started using these, I feel like everything has been cooking better! We have one in 6x8 and another in 8x11 and use them both often. We just found one in a 9x13 size and think we need it too!
  • Staub Cast Iron Round 4 qt.: It is no surprise we love all that Staub has to offer. And this right here is something we use all the time! Plus, it is on HUGE sale right now at Williams and Sonoma. We have never seen it priced this low! Don't pass up this deal!
  • Staub Rice Pot: We have been asked about this adorable little pot many many times! It is the cutest little thing! And it happens to make the best rice every time. The texture is absolute perfection!
  • When it comes to deciding what size you need in a high quality pot, it can get confusing. There are so many different options! But if you are just getting started, we recommend going with either a 5.5 qt. or a 9 qt. Most everything can be made in these two sizes.

Fashion Finds:

  • Free People Solid Kate Faux Fur Coat: I am obsessed with this! I got it last year and find myself wearing it often. If you do not like the oversized look, then makes sure to size down.
  • Sorel Joan of Arctic II Waterproof Wedge Boots: For years I have been wearing these in brown and loving them! On the top of my Christmas list is this new version Sorel just released. They are so warm, yet still cute and fashionable.
  • Madewell Faux-Fur Coat: Last year, Sr. Food Nanny got this coat. I was mad all year I didn't buy it too! So this year I bought it as soon as I saw it. Sr. Food Nanny has been wearing this just about every day on her mission. They made a few changes to this years version, but I am still loving it.

Gift under $25

  • Danish Dough Hook: If you don't have this, you need it! We use it every single day. This may seem dramatic, but it's life changing. This is the perfect gift!
  • Kamut Flour: Did you know you can buy our amazing Kamut flour in a 5 lb bag? This is the perfect gift idea for someone who is wanting to give it a try!
  • Milk Frother: This is what we use everyday while making our hot chocolate! I really don't think either of us could live without it.
  • Food Nanny Books: Looking for a gift that keeps giving? This is it! Both of our books have delicious recipes that you need. You really do need both Book 1 and Book 2. If you already own them, then buy them as a gift!
  • Gros Sel Canister: Have you seen our adorable salt canisters? They are perfect for storing our Grey salt, and look amazing on your counter. You can either buy one online, or pick up at your closest pick up location!
  • Measuring Spoons: Look no farther for the perfect measuring cup. And it is so cheap, so make sure and grab a couple!

And thats a wrap! We hope you have an amazing Holiday season and enjoy all of our gift ideas. Happy shopping!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Hello Fannies! Welcome to this weeks edition of TDF Weekly! We love this chance to recap our week and share some of our favorite finds from the week. Let's get started!

What's Cooking:

  • Chewy Granola Cookies: To start, this is a recipe we have been using for years and it just doesn't get old. It has so many fun add ins, and has the best flavor! We enjoyed these with friends and family at a Cookies and Coke day! It was the perfect way to enjoy friends company without much work.
  • Chocolate Chex Party Mix: We are so excited about this new recipe! We partnered with Kroger to come up with a new recipe using Chex. This one is the perfect chocolate, nutty, combination. Give it a try!
  • Tamale Casserole: Next, this is such a fun and delicious option for Mexican night! We slightly tweaked the recipe recently, so make sure to check out the new online version.
  • Italian Peasant Soup: This has become one of our most popular recipes for good reason! It is absolutely delicious. Everyone who tries it loves it!

Favorite New Things:

  • Thanksgiving Meal Guide: Not to be dramatic, but this is a big deal. We are so excited about this! For the first time, we have created a complete Thanksgiving guide for you. Your menu is all planned out, and we even break down when to make what. This takes so much work out of the Thanksgiving meal. Which means more time with your family!
  • Madewell Saunter Sweatshirt: Next, I just bought this in navy and wear it as a pajama shirt. And it's now on sale! It is so light, you will never want to take it off!
  • Staub Mini Saucepan: We get asked about this little pan all the time! I keep it out on my stove because it is just too cute not to! Plus, I find myself using it all the time too when making sauce.

And that's a wrap! Have a wonderful week Fannies, we love you! We have so many fun things coming your way the next couple weeks so stay tuned!

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Hello Fannies! After an exciting weekend at Pinner Conference AZ, we are so excited to share a few of this weeks favorite things.

Favorite Things from the week:

  • Pinners Conference in AZ: After last weekends conference, I had high hopes for a great couple days. And this weekend did not disappoint! I was able to teach so many people about who we are and what we are all about. I love introducing new friends to our message and products! If you can't tell by the picture, I get a little animated haha. Clearly I'm passionate about what we do! And I still don't have my voice back!
  • White Kamut Bread: Next, I make this bread just about every week for my family. It is so delicious and so easy. The best part is knowing how healthy it is for us. You can't beat the light taste and all the health benefits that come with Kamut. It is a white flour that has more vitamins and nutrients than your traditional wheat flour. I love making it in small loaf pans to make the perfect little sandwiches.
  • Anthropologie Aspen Graphic Tee: I wore this under a sweater at Pinners and I love everything about it! These tees from Anthropologie and perfect for layering.
  • Madewell Slip Skirt in Painted Spots: Finally, this is my absolute favorite skirt right now. I love how in animal prints are! This print just makes me so happy! I really do feel like this skirt just fits my personality.

Well Fannies, that's a wrap for this week! Don't forget to check out our new 2 week meal plan. Cook right along side us this week!

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

Hello Fannies! What a week it has been! Food Nanny Sr. joined our live last Tuesday! It was so fun seeing her and hearing a little bit about what she is doing. And here at home, it has been an unbelievable week. Here are some of our favorite things from this last week:

What I Did:

  • Pinner Conference: This last weekend was one I will never forget. It was incredible! To start off, I was asked to come early to go Live with KSL. It was such a blast! And I even met lots of you who learned about us from TV. One of my favorite things about doing what I do is getting to meet you guys. It makes all the hard work worth it! And it was the highlight of Pinners for me. You guys showed up, and that means the world! I even had the privilege of teaching, and we had more than 300 of you there. Thank you for making this such a special experience for me.

What I Wore:

  • Jcrew Park Blazer in Wool Flannel: Back in the day I wore blazers all the time! I kind of grew out of them, but now I'm back in. The new style of this blazer is amazing! It dresses up any outfit and makes getting ready effortless. I have this one in brown and absolutely love it.

What I Made:

  • Halloween Sugar Cookies: You guys, we do not do fancy! These cookies are pretty silly, but they have become a staple in our house. The kids look forward to decorating them every year. They may not be the prettiest, but they taste the best! The lemon extract is the perfect addition. You can make these special for any Holiday! I hope you had an amazing Halloween!
  • White Chili with Tomato Garnish: We would put this chili up against any! The white beans give it a little different flavor and its delicious. But what makes it the absolute best? The tomato garnish! So much fresh flavor, and the whole family will love it.
  • Baked Chicken and Potatoes Italiano: Italian night is always one of our favorites. But sometimes, I just don't feel like pasta! This is the perfect meal for nights like this. It is light, delicious, and so easy. I even love bringing this to people who are in need of a meal.

What I Used:

  • Danish Dough Hook: If you don't have one of these yet, you need it! It is honestly incredible. With all the bread and desserts we make, this tool gets a ton of use at our house. And honestly, I love it more than ever. With Christmas around the corner, this will make the perfect gift. But if you don't have one for yourself yet, treat yourself! This will change your mixing game forever.
  • White Mixing Bowls: Finally, these are your basic, every day bowls. I love them! I find myself pulling them out at just about ever meal. This should be a staple in every kitchen. They come in different sizes and are so easy to clean.

Well that is it for this week! We are heading to Pinners in AZ this weekend, so keep following along. And don't forget, keep cooking, your family is worth it!

xoxo!

TDF Weekly

TDF Weekly

It is hard to believe its been a week since Senior Food Nanny headed off on her mission! She is already loving it. I miss her like crazy, but I am so thrilled she gets this opportunity.

Even with her gone, things are just as crazy and eventful as ever! I made some delicious meals, but the highlight was our Anthropologie event. Here are some of our favorite things from this week:

Anthropologie Event:

First off, I cannot say enough about this unbelievable event! Kate and Jenn at the City Creek Anthropologie were so wonderful to work with. The best part was meeting some of our beautiful Fannies. I shared our message and we enjoyed some delicious Food Nanny food together.

I just love what I get to do! Inspiring women to cook for their families and to enjoy what they eat is such a privilege. And being able to do what I love at Anthropologie, a store we love, was surreal!

Highlights:

This is what I wore for the night!

Now for the delicious food I made! I decided to keep things simple by doing a couple cheeseboards and cakes.

  • Cheeses: If you have a Trader Joes near you, this is the best place to buy the cheese and crackers for a board. They have a huge variety and at the best prices!
  • Beer Bread: Have you ever made our beer bread? It is out of this world delicious. Our version of beer bread has the perfect texture and taste. Flaky on the outside, nice and soft on the inside. We love adding it to all our cheeseboards because it goes so well with everything.
  • Strawberry butter: This butter is so simple to make, but transforms anything it is added to.
  • Almond Cake: Lately, this has become one of my favorite of our cakes. It has such a simple, beautiful flavor.
  • Strawberry Cake: Years ago, my mom created this cake. It has sense been one of our favorite and most popular popular recipes. The denseness of the cake combined with the sweet and fluffy frosting is the perfect combination.

It was a perfect night! For the first time, I made an appearance without my mom. I was so nervous! But people showed up to see me. And it turned out to be an incredible event. As always, thank you so much Fannies. We feel so blessed to have the best followers.

What We Made:

Here are a few of our favorite recipes we made this week:

And that's a wrap for this week! Don't forget to follow along on instagram!

xoxo,

The Food Nanny!

TDF Weekly- Makeup Edition

TDF Weekly- Makeup Edition

As of Monday, Food Nanny Sr. is off! She and Mr. Food Nanny are serving as missionaries in Belgium for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. They will be gone for the next 18 months and we are going to miss her like crazy! Don't worry, she will still be popping in from time to time over on instagram. And in the meantime, the show will still go on! The Food Nanny has some exciting things planned for the next few weeks that you are not going to want to miss.

Since this has been a world wind of a week, I decided to switch things up from our normal TDF Weekly post. Let me first say that I am definitely not a makeup expert! But I get asked all the time what makeup I am wearing so I decided it was time for a special makeup post. Here is a breakdown of my day to day makeup look:

Face:

  • First off, we have Mac Strobe Cream hydrator: Right after applying my moisturizer, I use in pinklite. It gives the perfect shine. Applying this first makes such a difference when you move on to the rest of your makeup.
  • Up next is foundation! For me, I look for a full coverage finish but with a glow. I have been using the Mac studio watertight SPF 30 foundation for years and love it. But lately, I have been feeling like I want a little more coverage. I discussed this with an artist at Mac one day, and she recommended I continue using this, and add the Mac studio face and body foundation. You would not believe the difference this has made! I apply them both with the Mac 196 brush. The two together make the perfect color and finish. I have linked the colors I use, but make sure and get the right color for your skin tone.
  • Highlighter: Honestly, this is something I cannot live without! I use the Mac Mineralize skin finish in soft and gentle. I apply it above my cheeks, nose, and above my upper lip. It leaves my skin glowing in all the right places.
  • Bronzer: For years, I have been using the Mac Golden bronzing powder. I have never felt the need to try anything else because this one is the perfect shade.
  • Next up, is blush! My favorite is the Mac mineralized blushes. The two colors I use right now are warm soul and sweet enough. Warm soul is a mid tone beige with gold pearl. Then sweet enough is a light mauve pink. They are both subtle and simple colors that add just the right amount of color.

Eyes:

  • Brows: If you are going to take one piece of advice from this post, let it be this. Brows make the world of difference! Have a professional shape them for you. This makes it so much easier to then apply makeup. I use Mac coquette eyeshadow to fill in my brows. I have tried many other things and keep coming back to this. This shade looks good on everyone, regardless of hair or skin color. Its like magic!
  • Eyeliner: Shocking, I know, but I love Macs eyeliner in graphblack. If you feel like I have an addiction to Mac products, I think you may be right!
  • Mascara: If I'm being honest, this is one area where I am not totally set on. I am currently using Loreal Voluminous mascara in black and its good! It is affordable and gets the job done. But I do not feel like its the best of the best. If you have a mascara you can't get enough of, share it with me!

Final Touches:

  • Lips: Lastly, we have shared this many times because we think its just that great! They stay in place, they are beautiful colors, and they are so affordable. Our favorite colors are : infinite raspberry, unlimited mulberry, and boundless nude. You really do need these!
  • Setting spray: Once everything else has been applied, I spray Mac prep and prime fix over my whole face. This helps set all the product, leaving you looking fresh all day long!

And that's a wrap! If you have any questions at all, let me know. I am not an expert, but this is what works for me!

Finally, keep cooking, your family is worth it!

xoxo!

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