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Grazing on Life

by Holly on October 12, 2010

in dinner,eating out,seriousness

If someone would have told me five years ago I would be living in Madison, working the full-time job I am now and blogging about food in my spare time, I probably would have laughed in my obnoxious, slightly manly way and said, “That’s funny. But seriously, what am I really doing?” Life has a […]

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Klassy (With a K)

by Holly on September 19, 2010

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Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how classy you start your weekend. You can enjoy a delightful bowl of Scallop Linguine bathed in a light tomato cream sauce… You can even top it off with a posh glass of Pinot Noir and tiramisu for dessert. But it won’t matter. Some things are just bound to get klassy. You’ll […]

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Friends, Food + Fun

by Holly on August 29, 2010

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I experienced the pleasure of hanging out with the bestest of friends all weekend long. These friends include Angharad. She’s British; she blogs; she’s hilarious; and she’s my friend. We actually met through this crazy lil’ thing called blogging. And for that, I am eternally grateful. Because she also loves Indian food, and it was dang […]

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I’ll take the fun chub.

by Holly on August 14, 2010

in Asian,balance,dinner,rambling

Thank you all for your lovely comments on my last post regarding my international, life-long love of food! I do. I love it. I may not love these five pounds of fun chub my body has come to be best friends with, but if were to come down to a battle between not eating (ahem, […]

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I Love Food

by Holly on August 11, 2010

in balance,breakfast,dinner,lunch,travel

I like to think, in a crazy sort of karmic way, I’ve always been a food blogger. You see, way before I even decided to start my very first blog, I took pictures of my food. And yes, hot dogs at Mifflin Street Block Party totally count. Five years ago, I may not have eaten […]

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