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Episode 16 - Janice Rodriquez

Episode 16 - Janice Rodriquez
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Episode 16 - Janice Rodriquez
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This week, our host Lauren Hooberman talks with comedian, Janice Rodriguez! As they discuss comedy, being Latina and why Indiana is not bad, Janice whips up some Coquitos and Cheese Quesadillas! For more of Janice's work go to: janicevrodriguez.com!

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TODAY'S RECIPES: COQUITOS by Delish D'Lites & CHEESE QUESADILLAS by Janice Feuer Haugen 

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