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Coleslaw with Gingered 3-Seed Dressing - perfect for all of your summer entertaining!

Coleslaw with Gingered 3-Seed Dressing - perfect for all of your summer entertaining!

chairmanstef.blogspot.com

It

It's Chanterelle mushroom season in Missouri! A gift from a 'shroom hunter made for one wild tart!

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Not sure if anyone actually eats it in this state...but, it sure has a pleasing look to it.  Simple is often better I guess.

Not sure if anyone actually eats it in this state...but, it sure has a pleasing look to it. Simple is often better I guess.

marriedwithdinner.com

A well-made Sazerac honors its pedigree. One of the oldest of all cocktails, it

A well-made Sazerac honors its pedigree. One of the oldest of all cocktails, it's a parade of enchanting flavors that starts with lemon and ends with an herbal snap.

foodcite.blogspot.com

The Oinkster strikes again...

The Oinkster strikes again...

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One of the most interesting things we

One of the most interesting things we've made with our CSA Farm Share. Lettuce smoothie anyone?

umamimart.blogspot.com

To Picasso, this is what a meal at WD-50 may have looked like.

To Picasso, this is what a meal at WD-50 may have looked like.

kitchenpantry.blogspot.com

Summer peaches and raspberries syllabub...

Summer peaches and raspberries syllabub...

www.recipe4living.com

Acai berries have been creeping up in juices, teas, and smoothies all over. Is it the new superfruit?

Acai berries have been creeping up in juices, teas, and smoothies all over. Is it the new superfruit?

bloodsugargto.blogspot.com

It

It's just Choux and me now, Eclair.

momsrecipesandmore.blogspot.com

Grissini -  Bread sticks

Grissini - Bread sticks

blog.jagaimo.com

Baby zucchini, tomato and oregeno. A taste of summer.

Baby zucchini, tomato and oregeno. A taste of summer.

www.notcot.com

On random research experiments - tonight i found you 6 travel chopstick options from folding to tubes from bamboo to steel... who knew you even needed them?

On random research experiments - tonight i found you 6 travel chopstick options from folding to tubes from bamboo to steel... who knew you even needed them?

realthai.blogspot.com

It looks pretty, but evidently it doesn

It looks pretty, but evidently it doesn't taste as good as it looks. You come to this Bangkok coffee shop for atmosphere. (RealThai)

www.birdseyechili.ca

Delicious quinoa purses with tomato tarragon jus at Fiddle River in Jasper, Canada.

Delicious quinoa purses with tomato tarragon jus at Fiddle River in Jasper, Canada.

www.jeffreymorgenthaler.com

The do

The do's and don'ts of making mojitos.

ulteriorepicure.wordpress.com

During a recent baking bonanza, I made a number of my favorite cakes.  Come get the recipe for this unbelievably moist carrot cake on my blog.

During a recent baking bonanza, I made a number of my favorite cakes. Come get the recipe for this unbelievably moist carrot cake on my blog.

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Do you know where your cuts of beef come from? Try your hand at online butchery.

Do you know where your cuts of beef come from? Try your hand at online butchery.

jumboempanadas.blogspot.com

Waffle chips, eh? Sign me up.

Waffle chips, eh? Sign me up.

teczcape.blogspot.com

The meat of the yak, a unique treasure of the snow mountains and grasslands of the Tibetan Highlands.  More nutritious than ordinary beef, the yak feeds on natural grass,  other medicinal herbs, and mineral spring water.

The meat of the yak, a unique treasure of the snow mountains and grasslands of the Tibetan Highlands. More nutritious than ordinary beef, the yak feeds on natural grass, other medicinal herbs, and mineral spring water.

teaandcookies.blogspot.com

Zaru soba: A cool and refreshing meal for sultry, sticky summer days.

Zaru soba: A cool and refreshing meal for sultry, sticky summer days.

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Mommy got me this cute little deep fryer for my bday. It only fits 1 samosa and perhaps a french fry, but it proves that she loves me enough to facilitate the clogging of my arteries. [Editor

Mommy got me this cute little deep fryer for my bday. It only fits 1 samosa and perhaps a french fry, but it proves that she loves me enough to facilitate the clogging of my arteries. [Editor's Note: Happy Bday, Amit!]

myfeasts.blogspot.com

Mussels cooked in white wine - light and satisfying!

Mussels cooked in white wine - light and satisfying!

www.foodtv.ca

Veggies from Keady Market in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.

Veggies from Keady Market in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.

kitchen.apartmenttherapy.com

Sweet, creamy and delicate with a cocoa crunch - Strawberry Ice Cream with Cacao Nibs

Sweet, creamy and delicate with a cocoa crunch - Strawberry Ice Cream with Cacao Nibs

store.roseandradish.com

Pretty enough to eat, macaron candles will light up your life.

Pretty enough to eat, macaron candles will light up your life.

www.nytimes.com

I would be remiss to neglect to post Coney Island

I would be remiss to neglect to post Coney Island's Nathan's Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest.

www.nytimes.com

great nytimes article on lechon.  puerto rican pig feast!

great nytimes article on lechon. puerto rican pig feast!

wokkingmum.blogspot.com

Save the Sharks. Replace Shark

Save the Sharks. Replace Shark's Fin with Glass Noodle instead when making Shark's Fin Soup.

marriedwithdinner.com

What separates an old standby from a perfect batch of ice cream? Whip up a new recipe (or two) to find out.

What separates an old standby from a perfect batch of ice cream? Whip up a new recipe (or two) to find out.

singleguychef.com

My sister

My sister's favorite entry so far... a Thai tofu, grilled mango, zuchinni and seaweed salad stack

cavecibum.blogspot.com

Yes, that butter really is bright green.  What else would you use for Lime and Lychee Crisps?

Yes, that butter really is bright green. What else would you use for Lime and Lychee Crisps?

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it

it's all about the fat sprinkles! hiroshima-style onomichi ramen at shin mama ramen in torrance.

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Why does the food in Ratatouille look so good? Maybe because all the food was really prepared and documented? Maybe because Thomas Keller taught the staff a thing or two? Maybe because they ate at some fine French restaurants?

Why does the food in Ratatouille look so good? Maybe because all the food was really prepared and documented? Maybe because Thomas Keller taught the staff a thing or two? Maybe because they ate at some fine French restaurants?

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