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Having spent the better part of my evening crafting a response to this sensationalistic account of how food bloggers are faking their way into the deep pockets of corporate America, I thought I would share …
Here’s an interesting opportunity. I just received the following information from a contact at Augustine Ideas:
Calling all lamb lovers!
Superior Farms has launched its Facebook Supper Club, inviting lamb lovers to enter the Supper Club Photo Contest for a chance to win …
Rosemary whole wheat ciabatta made with ESB–husband’s home brew. So good!
Foodgawker: lighting and/or overexposure
Lasagna Rolls: These lasagna-rolls are easy to make and as tasty as lasagna without the hassle.
Tastespotting: Lighting. Foodgawker: photo/food composition.
Your pups are sue to enjoy theses honey ham dog biscuits. Foodgawker: Composition – too tight
Candied Tangerine Slices: These are easy, lovely, and delicious.
peppermint bark covered pretzels
Homemade Eggnog: One recipe, two outcomes (eggnog/ice cream). This recipe is far more flexible than I imagined.
Accepted: Cookbook Karma, Dessert Stalking, Savory Sights
Foodgawker: Low light/underexposed Tastespotting: Composition …
Finally, a 3 ingredient quickbread – and it’s gluten-free!
Foodgawker: composition-too tight
bone marrow served with toast and grilled lemon
Fried Avocado with Egg: a perfect recipe for your next brunch. Composition — Tastespotting.
Sweet, salty, creamy fig and presunto stuffed mushrooms for any holiday party or just to nibble on just because!