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At the beginning of every month in 2015, I am offering a new wallpaper to apply on the desktop of your computer, with a food-related picture and a calendar of the current month.
Last weekend some of our friends made a last minute trip to Minnesota. We were super excited to see them and we took advantage of the great weather by going ice skating.
Full disclosure. I have absolutely zero plans to do anything special this Sunday. I just can’t find the energy to get excited about sports, no matter how hard I try (and no matter how much beer I drink).
American fans of celebrity spirits and spirited soccer (not to mention steamy H&M underwear ads) may be interested to know that David Beckham has officially brought his new single-grain Scotch whisky, Haig Club — which, you may recall, he launched overseas a few months ago — to the U.S.
Gluten free is looking good. Real good. If you’re looking for an easy peasy dessert you’ve found it. Chocolate mousse is quick and easy and honestly you can eat it by itself if you don’t want to take the extra step and make the crust.
I can hardly believe it, but I am a Food Blog is come up on three years old! Waaaaay back in 2012, my very first post was Afternoon Beer, a little Valentine’s Day treat I thought up for Mike.
Hi there, There are days that I just can’t get enough of this view. The colors are so vibrant and beautiful, I can’t help but go out and shoot the same view over and over again.
It’s funny, there’s something about the Christmas and Valentine seasons that gets my imagination swirling with fudge ideas.
One summer I subsisted on potatoes cooked over a hot pot. We fried them, we mashed them, we boiled them, and then drenched them in salt and butter.
By Amy Sherman Ramen has established its place on the list of ultimate comfort foods. Forget about those packets of instant noodles you ate in college — these craveworthy bowls are the real deal.
This brown rice pudding recipe is for all of those rice pudding lovers, like me, who want to keep eating one of their favorite comfort foods, but make it healthier.
Whole30 Menu Week 5 See all of our weekly menus here. If you’ve followed our Whole30 menus since week one, you know that our 30 days are actually complete this Tuesday.
With Super Bowl upon us tomorrow, I thought it was only prudent to share a great appetizer recipe with you before the big game!
I wasn’t originally going to blog about this, but my husband loved it so much that I thought I’d do a quick post.
Welcome to this month’s YBR roundup. Before we get to the recipes I’d like to announce the “Featured YBR Winner”.
Kimchi has had something of a moment lately, as culinary border hoppers and microbial enthusiasts alike have celebrated the fact that the stuff is not just good, but also good for you.
Bright, bold, warm sunshiny food is what I need to get me through these last few weeks of winter. A vitamin C bomb would also be helpful.
Let's Rustle Up Some Grub I've said it before. I'm no expert on football. But all this talk (and talk, and talk) about deflating balls seems a tad, shall we say, blown out of proportion.
If America had a national breakfast pastry, the donut would take the title, hands down. Who, after all, can refuse the deceptively light consistency and sweet crackle of a glazed donut?