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I was gifted my first cookbook at the age of 10. I still have it, too: The Pillsbury Book of Baking. Every now and then I take it down from the shelf, usually during the holidays when I’m making something a little outrageous and a lot sweet. It may not be on heavy rotation these days, but that first book taught me to love recipes and baking. Read more »

Lucia -Sep 13, 2014, 5:35AM
You can buy these books pretty cheap here: http://www.librarist.com/us/book/9781580081306/
Anj -Sep 04, 2014, 10:27AM
My cookbook bible is Stephanie Alexander's 'The Cook Companion' - It is literally the cook's bible! It has information about countless ingredients and how to use them in recipes. It's amazing!

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This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

Bonnie -Jan 13, 2015, 4:03PM
I'll bet this would work with Santa Rosa Plums too!!! Yummy!
Tracy -Aug 24, 2014, 11:31PM
This is amazing. Just made it for the first time and I'm in love.

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If you’re looking for a superfood breakfast, this is your answer. Hands down. Read more »

dawn ailkerson -Jul 30, 2015, 9:45PM
My goodness the mixture of the two is awesome. Love the coconut. I will be trying this out at my catering job. Greetings from Baltimore MD
Michelle -Sep 11, 2014, 7:31PM
mmm! I'd add pumpkin puree! or add a little molasses and ginger/spices to make it gingerbread-y

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This post comes from our Australia contributor, Miann Scanlan. Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleaustralia! Read more »

Maddison -Sep 01, 2014, 8:44AM
Where can I buy this bowl? It's incredibly sweet :)
Latest health tips -Aug 22, 2014, 7:27AM
Mouth watering dish!!!

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This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

kinzalamar -Sep 01, 2014, 9:50PM
I want to make this right now. Sandwiches are a great lunch and meatless ones are even better. http://kinzielamar.blogspot.com
christina -Aug 20, 2014, 1:57PM
craving a sandwich so hard right now... - christina www.cityloveee.blogspot.com

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On our recent UK FP Me shoot we were lucky enough to spend the day in the most beautiful Suffolk countryside cottage. Read more »

samywatkins -Sep 01, 2014, 10:15PM
Looks very refreshing. Summer is winding down so I will have to make it fast. http://sanesamysays.blogspot.com/
Katherine -Aug 18, 2014, 4:10PM
To make it non-alcoholic, would you just take out the gin altogether as well? Looks delicious!

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Getting a juicer this summer has been nothing sort of life changing for me – in the best way possible. Read more »

Max -Feb 25, 2015, 6:20PM
I have a great juicer that I'm looking to find a good home for. It's still in the original packaging. If anyone is interested feel free to take a look at this post. All the details are there, but it's a Hurom HH Series. Top of the line! http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/app/4904595079.html
Leah -Aug 29, 2014, 1:20AM
Thats funny that you say to clean it immediately, I was telling my friends that and they were like "THAT'S WITH EVERYTHING THOUGH!" and I'm like yeah but you don't understand. I'm glad you do

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Post image for Summer Meets Fall In This Rustic Fruit Tart

Last week I shared the unexpected health benefits of stone fruits, these jewel-toned beauties are in season right now, so there’s no time like the present to enjoy all they have to offer. Read more »

ATaylor -Aug 26, 2014, 11:16AM
I made a variation with apples and cherries that was incredible. Everyone raved over the combination of ginger lemon and I substituted cinnamon for the arrowroot. Thanks!
Alexandra -Aug 16, 2014, 11:39PM
Those spoons are so fun! Thanks for sharing this recipe - perfect timing as I can feel fall coming in so quickly. Perfect time of year for a warm pie. Warm regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for 3 Brand New Variations Of Avocado Toast

In the world of soul-satisfying, easy to prepare food, nothing compares to avocado toast. Say the two words together — “Avocado. Toast.” — to any number of people and your assertion will likely be met with “ohhs”, “ahhs”, and “oh man, yes” — or some variation of the three. If a toast-based dish could have a cult following, this one would, and for good reason. Read more »

Lee @ Modern Granola -Aug 15, 2014, 6:32PM
I love avocado toast! Thanks for the ideas on how to spice it up!
Jessica -Aug 15, 2014, 1:31AM
wow......the 1st one this list....apricot preserves! so unexpected/amazing, can't wait to try (seems like some goat cheese in the mix might make it even better?!?) possibilities are endless.......anyway, the one i've been loving: sprouted whole grain bread mashed avocado sliced cherry tomato toasted sesame oil** ( this is what makes it :) ) himalayan pink salt

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Post image for Raw Chocolate, Sea Salt, & Pistachio Chunks

For our most recent FP Me shoot in the UK, we were fortunate enough to have the talented Xochi Balfour along with us – thus giving us the opportunity to try some of her amazing recipes! Today we’re sharing Xochi’s recipe for Raw Chocolate, Sea Salt, and Pistachio Chunks – a delicious and healthy dairy-free alternative to fudge. Learn how to make them below! Read more »

Emma -Feb 12, 2015, 3:11PM
I tried them and they were delicious, thanks for sharing! http://missvetriano.blogspot.co.uk/
Emma -Feb 12, 2015, 3:11PM
I tried them and they were delicious, thanks for sharing!

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Post image for Mind Blown: Fruits Vs. Veggies

I heard something the other day that actually blew my mind… Read more »

rls -Aug 18, 2014, 9:33PM
Would eggplant be considered a fruit too? And then how do the 'nightshades' apply with this defintion?
Linz -Aug 13, 2014, 10:51PM
Yeah but a berry is a type of fruit soooo

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Post image for Roasted Tomato and Chive Scrambled Egg Breakfast Sandwich

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Dylan Pritchard -Sep 04, 2014, 2:45PM
Finally something I can do to make my breakfast even more colourful! Those biscuit sandwiches seem both healthy and delicious, a combination which hardly goes hand by hand.
Claire -Aug 17, 2014, 1:39PM
I just tried this as a breakfast for lunch meal (since i'm too groggy to be cooking in the morning) and it was amazing! My biscuits crumbled a little but that may have been since i let it sit for a while before baking so the butter may have melted some, but besides that it was delicious! I highly recommend trying this recipe :)

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