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I thought these types of things only happen in books and movies, but it also happens in real life. A couple of weeks ago, my boyfriend and I both finally had a free weekend together so we wanted to spend it spoiling each other by relaxing together or doing favors for each other. One thing I always appreciated was when he cooked something special, something different that I hadn’t tasted before. He made this dish that he discovered over at Southern Bite. It was a version of what his mom used to cook before, but it has a different twist to it.
He used cauliflower, something that I wasn’t a fan of, but I always trusted him to make a special meal for me. He’s a much better cook than me! He grew up cooking while I just learned to cook in college. The wonderful aroma started infusing the air that I couldn’t wait to eat what he just cooked. When he called me to the kitchen, I was already excited. But even before I reached the kitchen, the doorbell rang and I answered it. It was one of our neighbors. She told us she has a mini impromptu party in her house and that we’re invited. I couldn’t say No. The dinner the boyfriend cooked for me ended up being shared by twenty people that night. I managed to get a taste though. And I wasn’t wrong when I said he’s one super home chef.
Photo and recipe courtesy of the Southern Lady Cooks.
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