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Superfood Bread

Posted by on January 28, 2015
I am again exploring recipes that can accommodate all types of eaters and dietary needs. I saw variations on this bread popping up all over the interwebs on many healthy-delicious-food blogs. Eventually I had to succumb and give it a try. With research, testing and tweaking over the past two months or so, I think I’ve finally hit upon it. Now,...

Dairy Free Molten Chocolate Cake

Posted by on February 14, 2014
I may have mentioned before that one of Mike’s favorite desserts is this molten chocolate cake. It’s so good it is sinful, and not the healthiest thing one could eat. So, we eat it only on special occasions. It’s become tradition that I make this cake every Valentine’s Day (or around there) for our special date night dessert....
After a long time on the BPL waitlist, I finally received a copy of David Lebovitz’s The Sweet Life in Paris. I’ve enjoyed reading his blog, so I figured his memoir would be an equally enjoyable read. This book did not disappoint. Each chapter takes on a new idiosyncrasy of life in Paris. David is able to deliver these vignettes with a straight...

Graham Cracker Cookies

Posted by on June 6, 2010
Lately I have been interested in learning to cook things that you might not normally cook. I think this is a phenomenon that is common in my age group demographic. When I encounter books like Can It, Pickle It, Cure It or blogs like Food in Jars, I completely relate to the authors. Perhaps in this time of computers and fast food and automatic everything,...
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