Thursday, March 7, 2013

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FunBites International Giveaway!
I'll away from Mar 9 on a trip to review couple of hotels in Penang. While I'm enjoying myself with my family there, I've arranged a Giveaway for you during my absence, & it's Open to All Worldwide! Read more »
Luxury Haven - 03/07/2013 10:23 AM

Reflections: (Not So) Picture-Perfect
Reflections: (Not So) Picture-Perfect I don’t know what’s worse. Having too much time on your hands and being bored out of your gourd or not having enough hours in the day to catch up on all the stuff you’ve got … Continue reading →The post Reflections: (Not So) Picture-Perfect appeared first on Picture-Perfect Meals.
Picture-Perfect Meals - 03/07/2013 10:22 AM

How to make Bell Peppers (Capsicum) digestible to everybody
Maybe not everybody knows that bell peppers, also known as sweet peppers or capsicum, are not very digestible, so even if they’re really good, contain high quantities of vitamin C and add great taste to dishes they can mess you … Continue reading → Related posts: How to make garlic more digestible and cure bad breath How to prevent sliced bananas from browning Too salty? here’s the tip to fix it!
Ilaria's Perfect Recipes - 03/07/2013 10:13 AM

Gadgets: Excalibur Dehydrator
I never thought I needed a dehydrator. I mean, I can buy prunes ... um, I mean dried plums, at the grocery store. Dehydrators are large. They're not something you'd keep on your counter all the time, and unless you have huge cabinets, storage might not be convenient. So why are they so popular? I know a lot of people who have dehydrators. Some of them don't have food processors. My first foray into doing any sort of food dehydrating was with the stove I got a few years back that has a
Cookistry - 03/07/2013 10:00 AM

Cleanse Day 4: Wonder Soup
Cleanse Day Four: Today you will eat as many as eight bananas and drink three glasses of milk. This will be combined with the special...The post Cleanse Day 4: Wonder Soup appeared first on 2 Broke Cooks.
2 Broke Cooks - 03/07/2013 10:00 AM

Wilton Two-Tone Cupcake Inserts
When you think of a two-tone cupcake, you probably picture a marble cupcake where two different colors or flavors of batter are swirled together. Wilton’s new Two-Tone Cupcake Inserts allow you to make a cupcake where just the center is a completely different flavor from the outside. The advantage to a two-tone cupcake like this [...]
Baking Bites - 03/07/2013 09:59 AM

Chocolate Stout Beer
I have nothing against cakes, tarts, pies, or delightful frozen treats. But sometimes, okay maybe more often than not, I simply want to drink my dessert. And I’m not talking about milkshakes or hot chocolate, although I do love those things too. I’m talking about beer: rich, creamy, chocolate, milk stout brewed with cocoa powder [...]©2013 Love and Olive Oil
Love and Olive Oil - 03/07/2013 09:30 AM

Meyer Lemon Risotto Recipe
It's this time of the year when my husband Lulu brings me lots and lots of citrus from our garden. I'm always most excited about the lemons from our Meyer lemon tree. If you go to the market, you'll noticed how expensive this variety of lemon is. It was such a treat when Lulu came inside a couple of days ago with about 50 Meyer lemons. It’s a small dwarf tree and hasn’t produced nearly as much in the past, but boy did it make up for it! In honor of our bounty, I have a few recipes I
Pham Fatale - 03/07/2013 09:17 AM

Irish Brown Bread - Irish Soda Bread

Delightful Repast - 03/07/2013 09:15 AM

WELCOME!
Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area. Welcome to My Bay Kitchen! Growing up in Baguio City, Philippines, I learned most of my cooking from my late mother,  just watching her in the kitchen.  She had no recipe books or cheat sheets, just the skills and knowledge  gained from my grandmother and great grandmother. I […]
My Bay Kitchen - 03/07/2013 09:14 AM

Vanilla Cider Pork with Pears
 Well, March certainly has roared in like a lion this year.  Blizzards, thunderstorms, tornadoes….ugh.  I’m so ready to put wintery food behind me for the year, but when it continues to be wet and blustery, I just want warm and … Continue reading →The post Vanilla Cider Pork with Pears appeared first on Chew Nibble Nosh.
Chew Nibble Nosh - 03/07/2013 09:03 AM

Nifty Blogging Tips: Blog Planners and Calendars
Hello friends! I’m back with more tips! This one might be self-explanatory but I’ve found blog planners and editorial calendars to be indispensable tools now that I blog 5x a week. With only posting twice a week before 2013, I never really worried about baking by a certain time or having a post ready to … Read more
On Sugar Mountain - 03/07/2013 09:01 AM

Is Food Affecting Your Creativity?
Last year, I did a 10-day juice cleanse. It was a crazy awesome yet mildly insane experience. At the end of the cleanse, I had firmly decided that food and creativity were deeply linked. In fact, at the time, I thought for sure I was going to write a book on eating for creativity. Maybe [...]
Healthy Crush - 03/07/2013 09:00 AM

Shrimp with Spicy Garlic Sauce
I'm having one of those weeks in the kitchen where absolutely nothing seems to go right. There haven't been a ton of outright failures, just a bunch of so-so, definitely not worthy of a repeat type recipes. Dinner has been especially brutal. Three nights in a row I've tried a new recipe and I can pretty much guarantee you won't be seeing a single one of them here on the blog. I was so positive last night's meal was going to turn things around - it looked so promising when it emerged from
Tracey's Culinary Adventures - 03/07/2013 08:54 AM

Mediterranean Diet 101: Chorizo and Cannellini Stew adapted from Bon Appetit
         The Mediterranean Diet is back in the news with some startling test results.  If you switch to a diet rich in olive oil, nuts, beans, fish, fruits and vegetables and drink wine with meals, the diet will prevent about 30 percent of heart attacks, strokes and death from heart disease.  The European doctors who conducted the study ended it earlier than expected. They thought it was
Chewing the Fat - 03/07/2013 08:53 AM

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KarmaFree Cooking - 03/07/2013 08:29 AM

Kale Chips
So much food, so little time, lol. Just kidding, I think.I've been wanting to try these for awhile now. Kale Chips that is, and when I found myself with a gracious abundance the other day I decided I had to make some.  Not only had I bought a little bunch of Kale last week, a friend brought me another bunch the other day and I decided it was time. I wanted to make some Grønlangkål, with the smaller bunch, for some reason I've been craving dark leafy veggies, but with the other bunch, KAL
Sid's Sea Palm Cooking - 03/07/2013 08:25 AM

Pork Carnitas {Slow Cooker}
Today, I have a yummy pork recipe for you all that you make in the slow cooker. This meat was fabulous in tacos, but would also be great for enchiladas, quesadillas, or burritos!  Any way you serve this up will definitely make your family happy. It has that nice balance of spice and sweetness that I LOVE! [...]
Real Mom Kitchen - 03/07/2013 08:15 AM

Rick’s Steak & Bacon Tournados
My daughter just came home from her freshman year in college. This was her first meal request. I guess that speaks volumes. I did it with the asparagus and mashed potatoes. This is typically a summer deal and done on the grill but its 27 degrees and blustery here so the broiler worked just fine. Continue Reading
My Mother's Daughter - 03/07/2013 08:11 AM

Bacon, Onion, and Cheddar Corn Muffins
You guys, we leave for Japan in 6 days!!!  We are all so excited, and ready to be there.  There is so much to do to get ready for any trip, but this trip seems like double the amount of … Continue reading →
Dinners, Dishes and Desserts - 03/07/2013 08:00 AM

Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten-Free: Comfort Foods Round-Up
Are you ready for some tasty comfort foods? Of course you are – everyone is always up for comfort foods, right? This month’s theme for Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten-Free was Comfort Foods. We had a small but mighty group of participants that definitely brought some comfort to our meals. I’m definitely going to try [...]
Tasty Eats At Home - 03/07/2013 08:00 AM

Calzone di cipolla alla pugliese (Puglian Onion Pie)
This dish brings back some of my fondest childhood food memories. Calzone di cipolla, or onion pie, is one of the signature dishes of the cuisine of Puglia. My grandfather Lorenzo hailed from a small town outside of Bari, the capital of Puglia, called Grumo Appula. His sister, whom we called Zia Angelina (not to [...]
Memorie di Angelina - 03/07/2013 08:00 AM

Cocoa brownies with brown butter and pecans

Technicolor Kitchen - 03/07/2013 07:58 AM

Coconut Cream Cheese Filled Brownie Bundt Cake
You’ll love this because it’s chocolately, coconutty, and you get to take the help from a box mix!!! If you want to make a homemade brownie mix, go for it. I had an amazing coupon and the mix was already on sale, making it about 75 cents!  I saw this recipe on the Internet machine … Continue reading →
Domesticated Academic - 03/07/2013 07:56 AM

MoRoCo Chocolat Truffles
A collection of truffles from Toronto. Continue reading → The post MoRoCo Chocolat Truffles appeared first on Chocablog.
chocablog - 03/07/2013 07:55 AM

Cabbages & Fennel Salad + Calabrese Frito: Preserved Lemon Dressing
At last the unveiling! I present to you the preserved lemons I put up this past summer. They've been patiently marinating in the back of my fridge all these months. They've been shoved back and forth, used to prop up other things, been in the way, and sometimes completely forgotten- but now here they are- front and center! Last week, while walking the streets of the city, I was sure I
A Stack of Dishes - 03/07/2013 07:33 AM

Simple Cast Iron Southern Cornbread Recipe
Six tips for perfect Southern Cornbread, made in a hot-hot-hot cast iron skillet. The tips are in my latest "Kitchen Lesson" column – a series of occasional recipes with extra insider tips and ideas gained from long experience in the kitchen. Now truth be told, I'm a Yankee but when it comes to cornbread, this is my go-to recipe. The recipe starts with a big batch for a large cast iron skillet
Kitchen Parade - 03/07/2013 07:30 AM

Fire-Roasted Tomato & Spicy Italian Sausage Pasta Bake
  I love a meal where I can use up leftovers. Transform them into something new. That is exactly what this recipe is today. Back in January, I shared how to make Spicy Italian Sausage Subs with Fire-Roasted Tomato Sauce in the Slow Cooker. Super simple meal that allows your slow cooker to do all the [...]
Katie's Cucina - 03/07/2013 07:00 AM

Gluten-free Baked Lemon Doughnuts
  If you live somewhere that has snow on the ground for nearly 6 months of the year, you’ll understand this. You start to get a little antsy, a little fidgety, and a little impatient when signs of spring start to appear. I’m alright with snow, especially in December. I can’t imagine a Christmas without [...]You just finished reading Gluten-free Baked Lemon Doughnuts! Consider leaving a comment!The post Gluten-free Baked Lemon Doughnuts appeared first on The Baking Beautie
The Baking Beauties - 03/07/2013 07:00 AM

Best Chicken Fried Rice
Once again, I got 4 different meals from one 5 lb. potted chicken. I got 5 cups of delicious chicken stock for future soups; chicken salad sandwiches for lunch; chicken quesadillas for another lunch; and tonight, Chinese Fried Rice from one poor unlucky bird. This is SO good, and SO easy. They say it's best to use leftover rice for fried rice, but I never seem to have it. So, I make a batch
Stacey Snacks - 03/07/2013 07:00 AM

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Banana Cream Layer Cake

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Here we layer delicate banana-buttermilk cake with a fluffy Bavarian-style cream that’s made low-fat by combining nonfat milk with a reasonable amount of whipping cream. The rich taste makes it hard to believe that this cake has only 300 calories and 3 grams of saturated fat per slice.




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