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Luisa Davis

Luisa Davis

Luisa Davis is a frelance writer and foodie based in Portland, California. Though raised on her mother's homestyle Italian cooking, she has spent most of the last five years traveling and immersing herself in other countries' cuisines. Her work have been published in various publications, both online and offline.

What Goes With French Onion Soup? 6 Side Dish Options

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

What goes with French onion soup? If you are like my family, soup is a mainstay in your diet. We will eat soup pretty much any time of the year, even when it is over 100 degrees. We love French onion soup more than any other type of soup. It is a sweet, tangy, and has just the right amount of cheese melted on top that you get the satisfactory pull of cheese when you eat it.

4 Texas Roadhouse Margarita Recipes For Your Next Girl’s Night

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Every so often, I like to go to Texas Roadhouse, not for the food, but for those infamous Texas Roadhouse drinks. You know the ones: they are sweet, cold, and have just enough alcohol in them to make you pull up a ridesharing app. The only problem with getting them from Texas Roadhouse is that you cannot control the amount of alcohol that goes into them and, eventually, they are going to cut you off.

Mohnkuchen Recipe: The Cake That Calls on You

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Finding a recipe for mohn kuchen that isn’t written in German was my biggest obstacle in obtaining this amazing cake. Even on YouTube, there are more German video demonstrations than there are English ones, but I’ve now survived the ultimate task of finding the best mohnkuchen recipe, and I’m more than willing to share it with you.

Delicious Scarpinocc Pasta Recipe

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There is just something special about scarpinocc pasta. You can feel that love that was put into each and every piece of the shoe shaped pasta. It takes time and effort to make it, you need to individually pipe and fold each one, make the filling, and then cook them together.

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