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F Is For Food

After talking about Elvis yesterday, it made me hungry thinking about how him and I share a love for peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
I knew then, today would be all about food.
I'm a thin woman, but don't let that fool you! I can eat! And I love to eat good food, but better still I love to cook!
I love it so much I started a blog on Wordpress, called Fredalicious Eats, but I have lacked in the upkeep. Maybe this will give me inspiration to get back at it again.
Here are some of my favorite dishes to make for my family.

Banana Bread... never lasts in my house.

Caesar Salad... I even make my own dressing and it's deadly!

Chili is fantastic on a stormy cold night!

Love me some kebobs!!! OMG!!!

My Maple Walnut cookies are AH-mazing! I'm just sayin'.

My sauce on Sunday is famous in these parts. Of my family anyway.

My favorite fruit is called ironically, the Fruit of the Gods, Pomegranate.

Last a photo of me, Freda. Also my Facebook profile photo if you wanna look me up.



~All opinions are my own. All photos are mine.~

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Comments

  1. I would so love it if you shared your recipe for the walnut cookies! AHM NUMNUM YUM

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  2. Oh,yum! Now I'm hungry! Great post. Here's my F: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/04/z-blogging-challenge-f-is-for-felony.html

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  3. me too, i want to try the maple walnut cookies ;-D

    always wondered how to eat a pomegranate. is it just the seeds or the whole kit and kaboodle that is munchable?

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  4. Food is a good topic. Banana bread never lasts here either. Now Maple Walnut Cookies sound yummy! I love cooking and baking, so I'm always looking for new things to try.

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  5. Mmmmm some of my favorite foods. banana bread is so easy and it never lasts in our house either. Great choice for "F".
    Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

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  6. I was already hungry, now I'm craving banana bread. I like pomegranate too, but it's on my husband's "weird fruit" list.

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  7. I love all of those things. Yummy.

    Have a terrific day. :)

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  8. You have listed some great foods. My post today was about the Food Network Magazine. Have you read it?

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  9. Hi Freda,
    Now you've made me hungry. Would love to have your recipe for the Maple Walnut Cookies. They sound delicious. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books

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  10. A thin woman who can eat what she wants. Now I'm jealous.

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  11. Wow. You totally just made me hungry with all the awesome pics.

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  12. I love to cook too! I am a southern girl so I make many foods you find in the south....fried okra, fried chicken, beans and greens, cornbread, etc. but I also am a big fan of Barefoot Contessa and make many "french-inspired" dishes. Keep up the good cooking, you would be amazing at how many people don't know how! thanks for commenting on my post.

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  13. After reading all the comments I see I'm not the only one interested in the Maple Walnut cookie recipe. I like pomegranates too but lately I've been on an apple kick, I love those things.

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  14. yay! thanks for the link to the recipe of the cookies. i tried it this week and got a hybrid. i wasn't paying attention and added honey instead of maple syrup. eeeeek! so then i went ahead and added the maple syrup as required and ended up with delicious maple walnut honey cookies. yum! yum!

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