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not your usual strawberry rhubarb pie - this is creme brulee with roast rhubarb
mattbites makes cinnamon rolls
chocolate, bananas, and (homemade) dulce de leche
they get slimy when you cut them open, yes they do, but dry-fried, they're delicious - okra into bhindi masala
you would never think that this gorgeous napoleon is totally vegan
if it's a greek omelet with tomatoes, bell peppers, red onion, olives, and feta cheese, it's...breakfast at tifanos!
bread pudding isn't just a sweet dessert. savory asparagus bread pudding [from 101 cookbooks]
korean bastardization of the word "omelet" for omo rice - spicy fried rice with an omelet on top and...ketchup. the ultimate korean cafe food.
Top food blog Delicious Days gives 15 Dos and Don'ts of food blogging
heidi swanson's ravioli pasta salad. from 101 cookbooks
i love cutlet curry, and with tofu, at least i don't feel AS bad about it being deep-fried.
they look like tiny sweet, ruffled tomatoes, but they're not sweet, and they're not tomatoes
the classiest wasabi peas you'll ever eat. flipping through chanel at the hollywood roosevelt.
the best iced coffee, and who would doubt chubby hubby?
not the long things you get at disneyland. these churros are made and served the original way - with chocolate for dipping.
almost makes you think a bowl of cold cereal is fine dining.
normally, i'm a plain ol mashed potatoes girl, but never hurts to throw some greens like kale in there.
the daily food blog of what one googler eats for lunch at work every day
linguine with white clam sauce from a can. vienna sausages. dinty moore beef stew. cider doughnuts from the franklin cider mill. these are foods of my childhood. what are yours?
play with your food. literally. edible chess set from biggles uk.
even though i puked my brains out after eating there, i would totally go back to Bombay Cafe. is that a naan sequitur?
if you have to go to The Grove, may as well make it worthwhile with a Kir Royale
we call them who-rench who-fries. koreans can't pronounce "f." french fries with fresh garlic and red pepper, served with spicy marinara.
creative uses for a kitchenaid stand mixer, macgyver-esque applications welcome. [ed.'s note: the pink mixer in the photo is my baby]
peabody's take on the same chocolate truffle cake in #661
tastes so much like heaven, she's going to hell for the sin of lust. chocolate, caramel, hazelnut praline and banana chips.
commercial abalone-ing was banned 10 years ago, but now eco-friendly abalone ranchers are making them more accessible. poached abalone from san francisco's koi palace.
the happy sorceress dispenses breakfast happiness ~ scrambled eggs, bacon, and shaved asiago on tiny toast
how can you not put up the picture of banana french toast from the same post in no. 628?! i mean really, foodmarathon ;) BANANA FRENCH TOAST!
oh, to be basking (basque-ing?) under the spanish sun eating fideua
maple crema. yeah, i'd eat that.
it might not be urasawa, but KIRIKO on sawtelle in west los angeles is close enough.
breakfast of swinging champions: huevos rancheros
vin d'orange: orange from seville steeped in wine.