Sarah Kennedy hails from Chicago land area and has a love-hate relationship with the Midwest (mostly loveâ€¦ but on those snowy, dreary days hate rears its head). She feeds off of her addictions for caffeine and chocolate and is known for random information about things no one else cares about. She has always considered herself a foodie and can often be found forcing her friends to try new dishes.
Sarah throws caution to the wind when she’s in the kitchen, making up her own concoctions. Her motto: “If it tastes good, go with it!” She will try almost any food at least once (though she has her limits). These days Sarah can be found in her kitchen reinventing something she discovered on Pinterest.com (otherwise known as her newest addiction), and then sharing those â€œinventionsâ€ with the RecipeLion.com readers.
Sarah admits it can be amazing (and difficult on one’s diet) looking at food and recipes all day and loves exploring all that’s out there in the foodie blog-o-sphere.
1. What are your 3 favorite ingredients to cook or bake with?
Garlic, dill and chicken (I know boring right, but really, you can do so much with it). I can literally put dill and garlic on almost anything; I even put it on my eggs.
2. What would you eat for your last supper?
This question is literally insanely hard to answer since I love so many different kinds of food (often eating like it’s my last supper). But if I have to narrow it down I’d say a pound of the best, most insanely expensive sushi on the planet, fried tempura vegetables and shrimp, a nice slab of Filet Mignon, chicken fried rice and then I’d finish it off with the best layered chocolate mousse cake on the planet. And then I would have to die because I will have eaten too much anyway. The end.
3. What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?
A chocolate covered cricket. I don’t recommend it (and if your friend tells you that everything tastes amazing with chocolate, slap her and walk away because she would be wrong).
4. What’s your go-to snack food?
Fig newton cereal bars from Trader Joe’sâ€¦ I love figs. Speaking of figs, the best omelet I’ve ever eaten had figs, cheese and bacon in itâ€¦ just saying try it! Sorry I digress…
5. What’s in your fridge right now?
Good grief – are you serious? How much time do we have, how much room do I have to write?
I have so much in my fridge it’s stupid; I suffer from the â€œI must buy that because I’ll make this soonâ€ philosophy when I’m in the grocery store. The most common items you’ll find in my fridge at all times are cheese, another kind of cheese, and more cheese; wine, yogurt, butter, organic low-fat milk, deli turkey, eggs, fresh spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes and carrots. If you venture to the back of the fridge (not always a good idea) you’ll find apple butter, 500 different kinds of barbecue sauce, salsa and cans of tuna that may or may not have been there since I moved in.
Here are some of Sarah’s all-time favorite recipes that you should definitely check out!
Sarah’s favorite recipes from RecipeLion:
Sarah’s favorite recipes from Mr. Food:
Sarah’s favorites from FaveDiets:
Sarah’s favorites from AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes:
Sarah’s favorites from AllFreeCopycatRecipes:
Sarah’s favorites from AllFreeChickenCasseroleRecipes:
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