July 24th National Tequila Day !

  National Tequila Day History Tequila Day National Tequila Day is dedicated to recognizing Tequila, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from the blue agave plant and the main alcohol in a margarita.  Blue agave plants produce sugars such as fructose, which are ideal for preparing tequila.  The plant only grows in the rich and sandy soil of Jalisco, Mexico at altitudes […]

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Food Trucks @ LEL

Today is Thursday ! And @ Lisa Everyday Life its all about great food. If you are a fan of the Food Network you know food trucks in the last couple of years  have become  next  big thing out there. They are poping up all over the cities bring great food to the streets. Part of the fun is tracking your favorite truck through Social Media to see where they will be for lunch and diner. Usually they post locations first thing in the morning on there Facebook and twitter pages  so they can easily be found. Last week while we where in Lafayette we tracked down a family favorite.  Rice King – serving Asian food. Rice King Facebook Page   Lafayette as a small amount of trucks that can be found at festivals and once a month Round up at The Farmers Market. Serving – BBQ,Mexican ,American classic and Caribbean  food. If you are in the area check them Out ! Lafayette Farmer Market     Are You a food Truck fan? Favorite Truck? Ever thought about Owning one-What would it be called? Drop a comment I would love to know what you are Eating?  Lisa    

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Cyber Camp & Parents fun

Today is the 3rd day of Cyber Camp for my son. He’s having fun while learning about animation and game design. A teenager dream come true. While my son was having fun Mom & Dad is having  fun exploring and eating in Lafayette. We had lunch at Pats Downtown  and shopping afterwards. The mall was a great place  to stay […]

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Happy Thursday!

Another hot day in Louisiana -summer is here and no relief in site from the heat. Glad to be inside in the air conditioning. I admire all the people that as to be outside working at a time like this. Stay hydrated and takes lots of breaks. Heat stroke is a very real thing that affects many this time of the year.Be safe.  I guess that’s while growing up my grandparents did there work and cooking early in the morning before the heat begin. And we ate early in the day or late after it started cooling  down. A habit I actually stick too now that I am back home in Louisiana.  Lisa  Stop by – Lisa Recipe Box @LE L blog for my summer food post . And always-Lisa Book Blog @lisaseverydaylife.com -for all your book needs. 

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Friday’s Wedding Post

Hello – Friday  We came through Tropical Storm – Cindy with some rain and wind. We were lucking not to get more damaged by the storm. Storms are forces of mother nature and you can not protect what they will do.  Sorry ! About Missing Wedding Post- So Here two for Friday ! Lisa #22  Cupcakes are a modern twist on wedding cakes . Pinterest      361 Best Images about Beautiful Wedding Cupcakes Cupcake Verses Wedding Cake The Crystal Room     Today’s Doodle #  23   Let’s Toast to the Happy Couples Traditional Wedding Toast Order The best man toasts the bride. The maid/matron of honor toasts the groom. The wedding host/financier (traditionally the father of the bride) toasts the couple. Other parental figures of the couple toast the couple. The couple toasts their family and guests. The Knot      Tips for Wedding Toast

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Dad & Figs

Thursday – food find i in honor of my Dad with Father’s Day this weekend-   All   Things  Figs –    It’s Fig time in Louisiana and my Dad is hard at work. Every Year he picks them, clean them and makes preserves -so that he can give them away. That’s just my Dad .  Need a recipe – Food.com Need a […]

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