{ Hello, world. }

Hello, world. My name is Alicia, but a lot of people call me Fresh. The nickname was given to me during my first year here and it just stuck. I'm a senior sociology major hailing from our beautiful neighbor to the north, Michigan. I was actually born in Ohio, though--Akron specifically. My dad says I was probably born in the same hospital bed as LeBron James. He's probably right because I definitely have baller status.

I particularly enjoy watching the Food Network, working out, having long thoughtful discussions, driving long distances in Wanda the Honda [my car], and writing--especially about myself, which is why I am very excited to get the ball rolling with this blog.

You will often find my humor to be rather dry, my tone to be rather sarcastic, my personality to be unbelievably charming, and my life to be particularly addicting to read about (just to warn you).

Okay, in all seriousness, I hope everyone enjoys reading my blog. If anyone has any questions about Oberlin, the Food Network, or life in general, I will do my best to answer you honestly and thoroughly. In fact, I love answering questions. So please, ask away.

Ciao!


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Can you name two of your favorite vegetarian dishes you viewed on Food network? My son would rather not eat meat and I need to find more fruit and vegetable dishes he will eat. He is 4 1/2 years old.

Posted by: Charise Jones-Dennis on October 17, 2009 9:45 PM


I would love to assist you in your quest for tasty, semi-healthy, (hopefully) kid-friendly dishes!

1) Eggplant Gratin
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/eggplant-gratin-recipe/index.html

2) Black Bean Quesadillas
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/sandra-lee/black-bean-quesadilla-recipe/index.html

I don't think beans are technically vegetables, but at least they're healthy. You could throw some corn in there too.

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I know you only asked for two, but here's an added bonus--it happens to be my FAVORITE vegetable dish...

3) CREAMED SPINACH!
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tylers-ultimate/creamed-spinach-recipe/index.html

On a side note, this probably isn't worthy of airtime on the Food Network, but I love peanut butter and banana sandwiches. As Rachael Ray would say, Yum-O!

Posted by: Alicia on October 18, 2009 1:37 PM


I love your poopy humor.

Toilet.

Posted by: C on November 19, 2009 12:17 AM



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