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Got Chocolate: Chocolate-Covered Pumpkin Brownies

by Guest

This recipe comes from Laura of Got Chocolate. Of herself, Laura says she “is a high-strung, hyena-laughing Chocoholic, wife and mother of one.”  Laura blogs at GotChocolate.com where she’s your chocoholic guide, sharing sinfully decadent to healthy chocolate-themed recipes, humor and even her occasional baking mishaps!  If it has

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December Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by AmandaCarter

Get inspired at The Bob’s Red Mill Cooking School! After Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s easy to feel burned out on cooking and baking. Fear not: we’ve got the cure for your kitchen fatigue with two wonderful holiday-themed classes the will reinvigorate this December. Call now to register and

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Daisy At Home: Thanksgiving Salad

by Guest

We love this recipe from Sarah of Daisy At Home! What a fun alternative to the rice pilafs and other grain dishes that we see every year! The spelt berries have a lovely chewy texture and the cranberries keep this dish perfectly seasonal. If you don’t have spelt berries

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Harvest Sweet Bean Pie

by Sarah House

I first heard of Bean Pie while listening to KCRW’s Good Food podcast.  Bean pies are a staple of traditional Southern cuisine but not as popular nowadays as many other holiday dishes from that region.  There was a surge of interest in beans pies in the 60’s and early 70’s

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An Edible Mosaic

An Edible Mosaic {Giveaway} + Mujaddara

by AmandaCarter

I love Middle Eastern food. Just thinking about warm pita bread, creamy hummus and crispy falafel makes my mouth water. But as much as I enjoy Middle Eastern cuisine, I only eat it at restaurants—I never make it at home. Even though many of the dishes seem fairly simple, I’ve

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Budget Gourmet Mom: Traditional Southern Succotash

by Guest

In October, we celebrated our soup mixes. For November, our minds have turned to Thanksgiving and planning a meal that is both satisfying and healthy. The holidays are prime time to pack on a little extra weight, so we’ve asked some of our favorite food bloggers to bring some healthy

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