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When Kitchen Living Becomes God-Radical — 15 Comments

    • I made beignets a few weeks ago. I LOVE them! Of course, I don’t think anyone can go wrong with something that has powdered sugar sprinkled on them! I’ve never been to New Orleans. I would love to go and eat my way through! LOL Thanks for coming by, Sarah!

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  2. **Someone I loved had walked into my kitchen on an ordinary everyday with a radical recipe.**

    Gorgeous, inspiring, fabulous piece.

    I’m going to be radical and make those deep fried sins!! WOWWWW. x

  3. Oh, I feel all your pain at serving things that aren’t nutritional! I try to sneak in whole wheat flour and half the fat in everything I make. Your insights into radical and ordinary make me pause and think of my own life. Thank you.

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