Helps Us Bring Hayley Joy HOME !! by Mary E. Berens-Oney - ✻ Hayley Joy Oney was born on Febuary 5th, 2015. Her wieght was 8 lbs 4 oz 19 inches long. She was born at 3:02 am. There are 3 reasons why I started this GoFundMe account !!! 1. To get our own Lawyer to help us bring her back home. 2. To help us with expenses of traveling back and forth to Cou...
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It's nearly impossible to watch Forrest Gump without getting a hankering for shrimp served every which way. Crisp, airy, and coconut-rich, this deep-fried shrimp recipe inspired by Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Since Super Bowl 50 is this weekend, all we're thinking about is the game food. If you're feeding a crowd, there are so many finger foods and appetizers you can make, but if you're looking for a low-stress route, you should turn to your muffin tin.
Even though life is like a box of chocolates and "you never know what you're gonna get," no one wants to get weird ingredients or preservatives, right? So whip up a batch of these homemade chocolates and make someone's day a little sweeter.
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While Magnolia Bakery is known for its Sex and the City-approved cupcakes, it's the bakery's creamy banana pudding that's really its showstopper. If you haven't tried it, trust us — this is going to easily become your new favorite dessert.
Not sure what to whip up tonight? Two words: taco biscuits. Yes, these dishes are incredible on their own, but they're even better combined. Tortilla chips, cheese, avocado, bread — what's not to love?
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