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bright white creamy refreshing "coconut delight"
prepara ice cream keeper, to take a pint on a picnic. gotta love the built-in spoon holder that assumes the whole pint is for a single indulger [via: outblush]
inspired by a book, alicia uses martha stewart's recipe for almond berry coffee cake to make a "thunder cake"
how could we not love strawberry mousse from a site that does all polaroids?
as we head into big burger weekend: original hamburger phone, as seen in juno. best part of the site, though is "do not eat" warning. oh, really?
nigel slater's philosophy: "a recipe should be something to inspire...rather than a set of instructions," so inspiration in peaches with rosewater for summer
kellye agreda makes chocolate cake legos. best quote from her experience: "marshmallows make for a squishy support system at best"
she muses...is it salsa? or a dip? maybe more like a salad of fire roasted corn, avocado, and poblano peppers. [bread and honey is a new food blog find!]
potato salad has to be the easiest thing to make, BUT if you're feeling lazy this long weekend, pick up from the best places in LA
the minimalist makes me melt again...remember 101 10min dishes? this time, 101 20min PICNIC dishes, with a cute interactive picnic basket
input text or RSS feed into this cutefuncool toy, which makes a picture out of the words. you can change colors, fonts, shapes. do it for your site! this is tastespotting as of 07.01.2008
thank god these are just mini cupcakes, as regular sized might be an overdose of cute. from www.whiskiebits.com in oakland, ca
santos says if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen an onto the patio - grill fresh corn, sprinkle with feta cheese, lime, and chipotle chili
an improvement on the root beer float - vanilla ice cream with Guinness and blackberry BRANDY
dinnerware that couldn't be more appropriate for tastespotting - plates from d-vision, shaped like picture frames, making food a work of art
applying google's ethos to dining...ok,i want to start a crowd-sourced (like TasteSpotting?) restaurant. who's with me?!
a model to demonstrate momentum and energy, but this newton's cradle holds five spices [via: elit alice]
brew hot tea, flash chill over ice in pitcher with special glass. does it also come with a cocktail shaker for mar-tea-nis? (ew, did i go there? i did)
a little bit in lust with roasted corn and barley salad with basil chive vinaigrette. because...just because.
sansai ten-don (mountain vegetable tempura) and more beautiful imagery from chika's Spring stay in mountainous nagano, japan
love santos' salad of watermelon and feta cheese, but arugula instead of the expected mint
1st course at one of few michelin starred restaurants in LA: albacore sashimi, ponzu sheet, okra, grated watermelon radish, tofu puree [sona, west hollywood]
design*sponge is in the kitchen with kristina of threelayercake and a recipe for carciofi alla romana (roman artichokes)
at this point in our addiction, it's going to take an intervention. the emotional eating kit might help? (really, this just made me laugh)
blingH2O ain't got nothin' on $100 a bottle for fillico spring water from japan. sure, give me a $100 and i'll give you "luxury" water, too
with the day i'm having, would love to just forget everything for an hour and have a summer cocktail while watching the sunset
why the white supremacy with rice? for bi bim bap, we get down with brown
square watermelons aren't new, but looking at it from this perspective is: lessons about assumptions, creativity, innovation and problem solving
thought they were "clear" but according to jason freeny, gummi bears have internal anatomy [via thekitchn]
beauty and the beast in a salad - apple celeriac salad
originally from a post in january, lemon and herb crusted salmon made again recently
couldn't NOT post a gorgeous risotto that is, even with strawberries, savory
for the june birthday girl who loves to cook and entertain, trivet made of june's birthstone (pearl)
though simplicity is the secret ingredient to perfect grilling, never hurts to have some fun, fancy (and frivolous) tools