Chicken Stroganoff Recipe

Chicken Stroganoff Meals and Miles
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As many of us have, I’ve tried to create new recipes for my family during the quarantine. My husband wanted something different for dinner and I couldn’t think of what to cook. I thought about things I hadn’t ate in a while and Stroganoff came up. I hadn’t made Stroganoff in a long time. I don’t eat alot of beef so I decided to try it with chicken.

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“Russell Nashville” *Hotel Review*

Russell Nashville

For my husband’s birthday, our trip to Houston, TX was cancelled. I wanted to make his day as special as possible. I started to think of what I could do here in Nashville that would feel like we went out of town. I researched boutique hotels here in Nashville. I love boutique hotels because they are unique. Boutique hotels are normally swanky hotels with a limited number rooms. Normally, they are hiding in plain sight, which I love.

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Cheesy Cajun Grits and Spicy Sausage

Easy 30 Minute Meal Cheesy Cajun Grits Meals and Miles

If you are a mom like me, you understand that time is not always on our side. We have to be mom, superwoman, playmate, maid and most of all the chef. I love cooking, but I don’t always have the time to cook an elaborate meal to feed my family. I have come up with an easy recipe that would sure hit with your family.

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Busboys and Poet

Close your eyes and let me take you back to 1997. We are having drinks in Chicago at a famous poetry lounge. The host takes the stage to present the next poet and you hear, “Darius Lovehall.” Darius steps to the mic and says, my poem is called, “A Blues for Nina.” The room lights up with snaps and cheers. This is how I felt at Busboys and Poets. I felt I had been teleported to that famous scene in my favorite movie, “Love Jones.”

While in DC, my friend Greta and I had a girl’s night. We only get to see each other once or twice a year, so we decided we will try this restaurant we found in the “Eat the City” group on Facebook. Greta hit me earlier in the week to tell me her friend was performing at a poetry slam too. Of course my artsy ass is in. I love poetry and I love poetry slams!

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Travel Post Corona Virus

If you are a traveler like me, you are itching to travel as soon as the quarantine is over. But what does travel look like post Corona Virus? Will we be afraid to travel due to the fear of the virus spreading again? Will prices be ridiculous due to companies trying to bounce back from the money they have lost? Will we be afraid to interact with one another?

The truth is none of us know what we will face when the world opens back up. Yes, the world, because the entire world has shut down. What we can do is take precautions and learn from our mistakes.

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