Cod Tempura

Originally posted on Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food:
Today I introduce you to “Cod Tempura”.  Cod has soft white non-fatty meat and a light taste. It is high in good protein and vitamin B12. In Japan we use Cod a lot for homemade dishes. For example, hotpot dishes, simmered dishes, fried dishes and so…

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Sourdough Made Simple

Originally posted on olderfatterhappierdotcom:
Sourdough has a reputation for being a bit tricky, so a lot of people find it intimidating. Thanks to my friend P, a fellow baking geek, I’ve been introduced to the Lahey method, which makes it super-easy to bake bread at home. I love this book! I’ve been experimenting with Lahey’s…

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August 2018 RBRC

Greetings! I’m sharing Colette’s Recycled Book Reading Challenge for this month, as we were traveling and I was unable to do my regular post. (Which by the way, the RBRC will be continuing as of the 1st of this month!) Colette is awesome and I hope you will visit her blog. All the best! -Mliae…

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MINT CORIANDER CHUTNEY

Originally posted on Ruchi's Veg Kitchen:
This minty Spicy tangy chutney is super delicious  and one can use this chutney in Pani puri(For making spicy pani) , Kababs, Bhel, Raj Kachori, Papadi Chaat, Rajma, Chhole, Samosa, Kachori etc.. You name the dish and you can use this as an ingredient or side dish.. This…

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Ginger Honeycomb Brittle

Originally posted on The Ephemeral Bee:
Honeycomb brittle is one of my favorite brittles to make, not due to the taste, but because the way it froths and bubbles up the moment the baking soda hits the syrup.  I am still amused by it, and how something so simple can have such a complex effect.…

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Sweet Potato Fries

Originally posted on Rulla Alani:
Along with writing poetry and spewing thoughts, I love to cook! It allows me to express myself through flavor. Usually when I tell someone what I’m going to cook, they respond “but, that doesn’t go together” or “I’ve never cooked it that way”. That’s what makes my cooking so unique.…

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Pumpkin-Shaped Cheese Ball ala Bobbe!

Originally posted on My World (and recipes too):
In honor of Halloween coming, I thought I’d share one of the most fun recipes in my arsenal. I’m sure a lot of you are either hosting or going to Halloween parties this weekend. If you need to take a really fun appetizer, this cheese ball is…

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi with creamy Mushroom Sauce

Originally posted on eZENtially Fit:
I am a big fan of using “leftover” ingredients from my pantry. In fact, whenever I want to cook a certain recipe, I rarely have all the ingredients needed. Besides, I really like simplicity when it comes to cooking. What is better than playing with only few simple ingredients to…

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Comfort Food – Vegan Cabbage Rolls

After hovering around 20°C (68°F) for the past few weeks, winter has decided to return.  And with a vengeance, I might add.  I’m over the snow and sick of winter cooking.  Don’t get me wrong, I love the season and all of what it brings.  But after a taste of spring, and for the duration…

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Tomato Soup

Originally posted on The Ephemeral Bee:
I am still harvesting tomatoes from my garden on an almost daily bases, and my countertops are overcrowded by bowls filled with fresh tomatoes just waiting to be devoured.  Now that the weather has turned, and our days are gradually becoming cooler, it seemed like the ideal time to…

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Honey Infusions DIY

Originally posted on Live Eat Create:
Honey is one of nature’s miracles. It is a delicious ingredient in many foods, has antibacterial properties, works as a moisturizer when used in homemade cosmetics, soothes a cough or sore throat, and makes your tea beverage about 100times better both in taste and quality -and all that’s just…

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Fried Okra…

Originally posted on Camellia's Cottage:
Fried Okra! This Southern Favorite has been around as long as anyone can remember and without exception is remembered fondly! So fondly that one friend named her precious little Dog, Okra. I’ve been told that a man who had a particular fondness for Okra named his two daughters Okra and Hibiscus!…

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Avocado-cilantro hummus

Originally posted on VfoodJourney:
1 serving; 15 min preparation time. Hummus is one of my favorite healthy foods. It’s creamy, full of flavor and so delicious. You can eat it for breakfast or lunch on a toast, or serve it on top of a bruschetta when you have guests.  This is a nice variation of…

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Louis Vuitton RTW Spring 2017 Best Looks

Originally posted on Innovation:
If I were a business woman these looks would be my go to for everyday. The monochrome pallet keeps everything neat and classy while the harsh lines and cuts are what really makes these pieces stand out. ?With hints of snake print, gold and nudes, this collection perfectly summarises the business…

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A Few Sites That Appreciate Being Reblogged.

Hi there! When it comes to reblogging, we should never assume that all bloggers would like their work to be shared. Many do, of course, as its a great way to create awareness of ones blog. But not all blogs are the same. Many blogs are related to specialized fields or have taken a sincere…

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FROM WASTE TO TREND, ANOTHER GREAT STARTUP AWARD STORY!

Link to the original post – Click here It’s a soft Saturday afternoon when we meet up with Anita de Wit, one of the creators of circular fashion & textiles agency ReBlend and one of TEDxAmsterdamWomen Startup Award 2015 participants. In a small bustling café, just around the corner from Amsterdam Central Station we order coffee and fresh mint…

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Balsamic & Black Pepper Beets

Originally posted on Life In Woodford:
Beets: the often under-appreciated root vegetable. I have always liked beets, but it wasn’t until I added them to my garden this past year that I feel completely, hopelessly in love with them. Sure, they’re not the easiest vegetable to eat, certainly not compared to the snap peas and…

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Desperately Seeking Sustainable Style

Originally posted on HAUTE-MIND:
 “Looking back in History, we see that the origins of fashion portray the character of a world built by manual techniques and natural fibers. Design was carried out as a reflection of culture and society. These are the images of an extinct world we need to recover.”   – Adriana Marina, Founder…

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Chocolate Mousse With Daim and Strawberries

Originally posted on stay young and beautiful:
This delicious chocolate dessert is easy to make and requires the following few ingredients: 4 egg yolks 4 dl whipping cream 2 Daim bars (same as almond toffee/Hershey’s Heath/Skor bars) 200 gram milk chocolate Strawberries for decoration Do as follows: 1. Break the milk chocolate in small bits…

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Tossed Egg Noodles with Pan-fried Shrimp Dumplings

Originally posted on Jn Cooking Channel:
It can’t get any simpler than this – Tossed egg noodles with pan-fried shrimp dumplings. Don’t be intimidated because of the wrapping of the dumplings. Have fun and get creative. After all, we do eat with our eyes first. But for beginners, just do the simple wonton fold, which…

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Best Milan Secondhand/Designer Shopping: Bivio!

Originally posted on Codename Couture:
I cannot express how fortunate I was to stumble upon this amazing little shop while on my way to the market of all places! Located but five minutes from my apartment, Bivio is a goldmine for all fashionista’s. It houses everything from vintage to lightly used Zara and extremely well…

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Health Nut French Macarons (Gluten-free)

Originally posted on Sweet Delights:
For those of you who eat gluten free, diary free, grain free, low carb and soy free things (one or all of the above), HAVE NO FEAR! There are such macarons. All thanks to the young and talented Alessandra Peters. You have no idea how talented she is! She started…

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How to select your next Brand Ambassador.

The other week I came across the recently released We Are Social Digital Yearbook report, which I enjoyed immensely. Basically it is a comprehensive report of what we can expect from social media this year and what has happened since last year. And believe me, the numbers are impressive as always. According to the report…

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5 Hidden Abilities of Highly Successful People (2 min read)

Originally posted on Millionaire's Digest:
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mliae A. Founder & Owner of: Life Experiment Blog Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Travel Writer Ever wonder what attributes highly successful have in common that set them apart from the rest of us? You might be surprised, it’s not as much as one might…

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Blogging

I had to share this great blogging post from http://www.aopinionatedman.com This is one of the blogs I follow daily and it is chock full of great advice from a standpoint based in reality. 🙂 I think all of us need these reality checks every once in awhile… Thanks, J, for letting me share!

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DIY Wood Cutting Boards

Originally posted on Jill Absten Cox:
Like most brides, I wanted to go the extra mile to set the scene at my wedding. As a kid, before my years as a florist and an interior decorator, I worked for a catering company. I suppose I was over-exposed to the standard catering set up, bar trays…

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