Welcome to the June 20, 2012 edition of Foodtastic Favorites.
Heather Burke presents Preserving Favourite Family Recipes posted at Smart Space Organizing, saying, “I love to bake and I’ve passed my passion on to one of my nieces. We’ve been making old family recipes together, including one for banana cake.”
Cindy Cullen presents For Your Brewing Pleasure: The Top 10 Barista Blogs posted at Culinary Arts College.
Elizabeth Wright presents Indulge With Sweet Reads: The Top 50 Chocolatier Blogs posted at Education Degrees.
Sharon Hunter presents How To Stuff A Pressure Cooker With Stuffed Peppers | Stuffed Bell Peppers posted at Stuffed Bell Peppers, saying, “Most people probably would not think to cook stuffed peppers in a pressure cooker but the truth of the matter is: pressure cookers are a great way to make the somewhat complicated dish with ease…”
A Jairaj Alexander presents * Home * AboutApple in Diets for Weight Loss. posted at Crash Diets to Lose Weight Fast..
Jena Ellis presents 30 Awesome Holiday Recipes for Raw Foodists posted at Online Certificate Programs.
Marcia Green presents Perfect Pantry: 80 Essential Ingredients for a Well-Stocked Kitchen posted at Organizational Management, saying, “A well-stocked kitchen means there’s always something to snack on or whip up, whether it’s 2am or two in the afternoon. While this list may seem lengthy to be deemed essentials, it packs in everything your kitchen needs in order to be on alert for surprise dinner guests or cooking up cupcakes for your kid’s extra curricular activity.”
Tara Snyder presents The Top 50 Bread Making Blogs posted at Online Training, saying, “With grocery prices rising and laws on food changing on a constant basis, it makes more sense than ever to be your own best provider. One of the simplest foods to make is also one of the most eaten. With a little flour, baking soda, and more, any cook can create a delicious and fresh load of bread.”
Scott Ficek presents Tassimo vs Keurig Whats the Difference? posted at Coffee K-Cups for You!, saying, “Not sure if this fits your carnival, but I thought I would send it, since most of the other food carnivals have been discontinued.”
keith snow presents Starting Seeds Indoors-What You Need To Know posted at Harvest Eating.
Laura Edgar presents Eating Your Way Through San Diego: A Local’s Guide posted at NerdWallet | Travel, saying, “San Diego is not only about sunny weather and perfect beaches; it also has a thriving restaurant industry, and not only in Mexican cuisine. Let a local give some delicious suggestions for where—and what—to chow down.”
Morgan Schwartz presents Letting Go of Processed Food: Challenging, But Worth It! posted at What’s Fresh, saying, “After attending a Real Foods lecture, guest contributor Keri Rheinfrank gives them a try. This means not only cutting out fast food but taking baby steps—planning groceries, finding local farms, discovering new snacks—to achieve her goal: an 80/20 diet.”
Marcia Green presents 23 Tips for Getting Your Fridge and Freezer Organized posted at Organizational Management, saying, “At the grocery store, we’re ripe with confidence that cauliflower and buttermilk will somehow make their way into our recipes, but often these items simply clutter the space and end up going bad because as the old adage goes – out of sight, out of mind.”
Evelyn Dugan presents 25 Essential Articles for Making Sushi at Home posted at Earn A Degree Online, saying, “Sushi has taken the world by storm and can be found in nearly every city, no matter how small. While it’s tasty, sushi doesn’t always fill you up and at two rolls per person can add up depending on the joint in which you’re eating.”
Irving Berlin presents Top 50 Global Food Security Blogs posted at MHA Programs, saying, “Despite the commercial and political value inherent in food policy, safety and security, the top 50 global food security blogs listed below all point to health as the bottom line.”
Vera Ciria presents Cafe Federal | Delicious Food and Restaurants posted at Sticky Fingers BCN.
John Purcell presents How Many Calories in a Carrot, and Squiffy’s Easy and Delicious Carrot Recipes posted at Fascinating Experiments, saying, “Hello, I thought you might like some carrot recipes, plus carrot info …”
thevagablond presents There are Eyes in my Kimchi: Why I was afraid of Korean Food | the vagablond posted at the vagablond, saying, “Yes, the School Lunch, in its hideous little black and red box, accompanied by a stone-cold bowl of Slop parading as Soup, always slimy and smelling of rotting fish in midsummer heat, is to be condemned for turning someone who would eat Anything into someone who wanted None Of It, not even if it was Outside The Box, Over There, Under That, or Disguised As A Hamburger.”
Zhu presents A Foodie’s Day in S’pore | Correr Es Mi Destino posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “Have you ever eaten around the clock? Well, I have in Singapore. While I’m usually a two-meals-a-day person (I don’t really eat breakfast), in Singapore, we ate almost every couple of hours. Don’t blame us, blame the amazing food.”
Kris presents What you need to know about Gluten posted at Kris Health Blog, saying, “A detailed guide on the harmful effects of gluten, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and tolerance. The health benefits of a gluten free diet for everyone.”
Christine934 presents Cinderella Cakes: Simple Ideas For Stunning Effects posted at Cinderella Party.
Steve Faber presents I Am Diabetic, My A1C is 5.4 – Here Are 6 Rules to Keep Your A1C Low Too posted at Belly Fat Loser, saying, “Eating right csanhave significant healt consequences, esecially for diabetics. You don’t have to suffer, though. Here is how to eat so thatyour food tastes great, and your A1C stays low.”
Clair Schwan presents Best Grilling Recipes – Chicken with Soy Marinade | SELF RELIANCE WORKS posted at SELF RELIANCE WORKS, saying, “I’ve enjoyed this simple and delicious chicken recipe for years. My favorite recipes will tell you what you need and what to do, and leave the amounts up to you. That’s what this grilled chicken recipe is all about. If you’re trying to avoid excess fat, then just remove the skin and spend more time basting the breasts as they grill.”
Steve Zussino presents Cooking on a budget? Worlds most frugal soup. posted at Grocery Deals in Canada.
Elizabeth Martsen presents What are Sugar Plums? posted at Cocoa Heaven, saying, “Tis the season for a sweet tooth. If you are good and eat well this holiday season you can splurge a bit and when you do why not with a fruit?”
April Davis presents 49 Blogs for Creating the Perfect Cocktail posted at Accredited Degree Online, saying, “Concocting the perfect cocktail is a timeless art that everyone should learn. Whether it’s a margarita or Cape Cod, knowing how to whip up a cocktail will help you host a fantastic shindig at home or be a hit at any party when you start playing bartender.”
Fern Holm presents Save Money with Homemade ICED COFFEE, Thrifty Shopping Tips, and Paper Bags? posted at FREE and AFFORDABLE FRIDAYS with FERN, saying, “A Healthier way to make homemade ICED COFFEE!”
Money Crashers Blog presents Best Homemade Chili Recipe – Easy, Healthy & Cheap posted at Money Crashers, saying, “I’m going to reveal to you my “secret” chili recipe that a lot of people have given me compliments on in the past. And the best part about this recipe is that it costs less than $15 to buy all of the ingredients.”
Sharon Hunter presents Payday Chicken and Green Peppers posted at Stuffed Bell Peppers, saying, “I call this recipe payday chicken and green peppers, because this is a good recipe when money is tight, like right before payday…”
Sharon Hunter presents Easy Breezy Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers posted at Stuffed Bell Peppers, saying, “This recipe uses leftover chicken, so there is no waste and you save time and money by cooking once and eating twice.”
Kevin Haberberger presents Award Winning BBQ Sauce Recipe | Extraordinary BBQ posted at Extraordinary BBQ, saying, “With the official start to bbq season, why not make your own bbq sauce! I promise once you make this it will be hard to go back to store bought sauce. And it’s easy to adjust the recipe to your own tastes…sweet or spicy!”
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