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3244 Scott Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422

UNDER CONTRACT! Welcome to this stunning classic rambler home in Briarwood neighborhood. This beauty is fully move-in ready and is looking for her next forever family.

Step into the open space living room and dining room area. The entire house feels so calm, light and airy with high ceilings and beautiful windows ushering sunlight in throughout.

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Real estate updates:

Could your garden guard your basement?

In case you didn't notice it—or don't live in sunny/warm Minnesota—Our weird winter turned into a the craziest freeze-thaw behavior since this guy. ...Resulting in water woes in many-a-basement. Houses that perhaps never had so much as a drop of H2O downstairs, joined...

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From Cheryllyne’s Kitchen

Tandoori Chicken

A summer drink, this yogurt beverage can be had with any fruit OR plain. Whip it up in a blender and pour in a tall glass on a hot summer day.

Mango Lassi

A summer drink, this yogurt beverage can be had with any fruit OR plain. Whip it up in a blender and pour in a tall glass on a hot summer day.

Chai

When I’m asked if I would like to have chai tea, I always smile. Tea in Hindi, the national language of India, is ‘chai’. To me, an Indian, that’s like asking if I would like a cup of ‘tea tea.’ This is one recipe I often get asked. Depending on which spice you love,...

Chicken Cafreal

My grandmother always yelled, “Add more coriander leaves.” By that, she was actually referring to cilantro, which in India is called ‘coriander leaves.’ This is kinda like a family Sunday favorite in every Goan household. It is our version of a pan-fried chicken, but...

Goan Shrimp + Okra Curry

No household in Goa is complete without this dish. My family originally comes from this state, which was occupied by the Portuguese for over 700 years. A family recipe and favorite, I used to beg my mom to make it all the time for me. Because I like mine extra tangy,...