Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Sweetness of 16 Teams Remaining

My brackets are in shambles. I continue to hold a slight lead in our household competition over my 11-month old daughter and the two boys, 8 and 10. But the 8-year old is closing on me – sad but true. … Continue reading

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A Seriously Delicious Bourbon Pork Chop

I’ve been in a cooking groove for the last week. The cold weather makes me want to stay inside where it’s warm, and having the oven on makes it even toastier. This is a twofer recipe. I wanted to use … Continue reading

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Florida Gulf Coast University is Living the Life

Cinderella is alive and well in the 2013 edition of the NCAA tournament. Florida Gulf Coast University is the first ever 15 seed to advance to the Sweet 16. With their high-flying dunks, dreadlocks and chicken dance – the Eagles … Continue reading

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Crawfish Fettuccine for the Louisville Game

Game time Saturday night and I was getting an unexpected surprise. The whole house was clearing out as Louisville was about to play Colorado State for a spot in the Sweet 16. It has been a long week, as the … Continue reading

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Jim Beam Offers Up Aged White Lightning

Around the Kentucky region, stories of outlaw whiskey fill the hills, and with the surge in popularity being enjoyed by the whiskey industry it’s no surprise that moonshine has become all the rage. Jim BeamĀ is hopping into this niche market … Continue reading

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Bring on the Madness of March

March is synonymous with madness. Spring temps get peoples blood pumping, the whiskey flows on St. Patrick’s Day, and all that contributes to the insanity of trying to predict who will win college basketball’s national championship. One might think that … Continue reading

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Corn and Shrimp Risotto on Tap for Birthday and Basketball

It was a big day at the Langley-Wilson household Saturday. In addition to Louisville playing for the Big East title (Wow what a comeback win!), it was also the birthday of Maia’s oldest son Gabriel. It was the big 1-0. … Continue reading

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