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Happy New Year 2016!

As 2015 comes to an end and a New Year starting soon I just want to tell you how much I love and appreciate each and every one of you. Thank you from all of my heart for all the support, comments, likes, watching my videos, reading my blogs.. Basically just being there and giving me a place to exist and interact with you. I’m so lucky to have so many positive, kind and caring people in my life from all over the world, not just towards me but towards each other. I read my comments and the way you guys talk to each other and help/support each other whether it be on dieting or self confidence or anything at all, is really amazing and touches my heart. I’m glad to have an online community and a group of friends around the world that want to make this world a happier and more positive place to live.

Wishing you a very happy 2016, full of love, happiness, health & success, may this be our best year yet!

Love you always,

Taylor

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Lemon Chicken & Rice Soup

How was your day?!

Mine was really chill today and I loved it. This morning I was hooked on the Netflix documentary ‘Making a Murderer’. I watched 4 episodes in a row.. with each one comes more twists and turns and it’s just so interesting! I keep finding myself wondering what’s going to happen next and I keep getting confused with who’s side I’m on. The best part is; it’s a true story, I love anything with a true story background.. I’ll probably start watching it again tonight, I’m determined to see what happens at the end now and what the result is. If you get a chance, check it out and tweet me what you think of it.

Anyways… moving on to the real reason why you started reading this post. SO I love Soup Stock (a soup cafe here in Tokyo) and one of my favourite soups from them is their Lemon Chicken. However, because their soups are all seasonally limited, that soup no longer exists, but I still need it in my life. So I decided to make it myself from scratch. It’s actually a traditional Greek soup called Avgolemeno, I’ve had it before at a Greek restaurant too. It’s easy to make, it just takes time (about 3 hours) and it turned out really good! It was more natural and fresh tasting than the Soup Stock one, if I may say so myself ^.^

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Let’s get into the recipe

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