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This weekend, I made something awesome. Sticky…yes, but getting your hands a little dirty is probably the hardest thing you will have to overcome when it comes to making your own infused honey.

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John McHenry -May 29, 2014, 9:52AM
I have to agree with Julie on this. It's much safer to infuse the honey over low heat. Sanitation is paramount. Keeping the honey under 135 as suggested by another poster is fine for leaving the honey in it's raw state- but if you really want to be safe and store your infused honey for any length of time, I'd suggest making sure to pasteurize at about 175 degrees. The "benficial stuff" doesn't mean much to me for my infused honey- but I use it exclusively for beer brewing. Keeping everything sanitary is much more important for my application.
Vivi -May 09, 2014, 11:20PM
I do not know what I did wrong since I did the same with ginger and lemongrass for about 5 days too. But when I went to check today the honey was liquidity and had some white spots that appeared out of nowhere! when it was perfectly fine yesterday; sticky and flavorful (I would check from time to time). Do you think that the lemongrass has anything to do with it? :(

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Post image for Superfood Recipes: Grapefruit, Fennel, & Quinoa Salad

This post is part of our superfood recipe series from Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Home Made Recipes -Mar 07, 2014, 12:27PM
Good information to know and right to the point. Thanks for this well written post, i’ll follow up for more updates if you keep posting them. for more info: http://prameelahomemaderecipes.blogspot.in/
Retrolet -Jan 12, 2014, 10:02PM
Do you guys know of any quinoa dessert recipes? I've made chocolate quinoa cake a billion times (a no flour type- just coco powder and eggs, milk, coconut oil, sugar, vanilla, baking soda and powder, and then cooked quinoa...) and it's become my trademark food to bring to potlucks and parties so I'm obsessed, and would love to try new flavors, and I just feel like this is the place I should go to find some new quinoa desserts!

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On the corner of North Fourth Street and Fairmount Ave in Northern Liberties is a place that feels like home. Here, nestled off of the street, lives a little (perhaps random) tea room where I spent most of my time this past weekend. Read more »

Juliette Laura -Jan 07, 2014, 12:57PM
Oh my goodness this place looks ideal! I will seriously have to go there.. xo, Juliette Laura http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/InfiniteStyleShop
Annejelina -Jan 07, 2014, 10:18AM
I will never forget my first experience in a tea room. It was this tiny little hole in the wall and they had prepared a tea ceremony in these 100 year old clay pots. Each of the teas tasted amazing and I did experience this euphoric "tea drunk" experience when I left. It's was so magical, unlike anything I had ever experienced!!! Thanks for the post, next time I'm in Philly I'll be sure to check it out. Or if you guys are ever back in San Diego the tea shops in Ocean Beach and it's called The Whole Leaf <3 xoxo Annejelina Visit my shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrownofCreationShop

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The new year is a fresh start, and with that tends to come a focus on healthier eating.  Read more »

cathas -Aug 09, 2014, 4:52PM
Hey, Do you mean Fahrenheit or Celsius? Thx
Amber -Jan 25, 2014, 9:30PM
These are delish! I've started making grab bags for snacks for my husband and I and was wondering if these should be refrigerated after cooking or can be left out in the zip lock bags ? Thanks so much :)

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A new year, and a new list of fresh seasonal produce to go with it! This is the second month in our collaboration with the amazing Julie Lee of Julie’s Kitchen, who contributed these beautiful images of produce in season during the month of January. Read more »

The Hair Care Pro -Jan 14, 2014, 10:46AM
Yum! I'll pass on the brussel sprouts, tho :D My big thing as of late is making large batches of homemade soup from natural bone broth--I feel fantastic having eaten more of this the last month or so. I think I'll include some kale and cabbage in the next batch. Thanks for sharing! http://thehaircarepro.com/
Lauryn -Jan 04, 2014, 5:46PM
Mangoes are my favourite thing ever... I'm going to have to stock up. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bylauryn

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

8 person Tent -Oct 08, 2014, 8:10PM
I read this post fully about the resemblance of most recent and preceding technologies, it's awesome article.
washable air filters for home -Sep 29, 2014, 9:39PM
Hi, this weekend is fastidious in favor of me, because this moment i am reading this great informative post here at my house.

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This post is part of our breakfast recipe series from Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Chris I Merrill -May 13, 2014, 11:45PM
Food is food culture has gained very few people can resist the temptation got the food.
Wish -Jan 11, 2014, 4:06AM
These sound devine, but what is half and half? And what could be used as an alternative?

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Update: This post originally ran December 3, 2013, but we wanted to share it again… it’s the perfect recipe for relaxing by the fire with loved ones this week — and it feels good to get something healthy into our bodies after all of that overeating we may or may not be doing lately.

The time has come for cozy nights filled with homemade hot chocolate… when the heat radiates through the mug, warming your hands from the outside in, and then your entire body from the inside out with every sweet sip you take. I’ve come across a few recipes that include healthy ingredients, so I’ve merged a few to form this uniquely delicious concoction – one that will nourish both body and soul. Read more »

Manjit -Apr 18, 2014, 6:04AM
Beware, the cinnamon sticks shown in the image are actually 'cassia bark cinnamon' i.e. not real true cinnamon! Always make sure you are using real true cinnamon, aka Ceylon Cinnamon / Sri Lankan Cinnamon. Why? Because the usual stuff available in the West is 'Cassia Bark Cinnamon' and when used frequently it actually is toxic to the liver. You can buy real Ceylon cinnamon teabags, ceylon cinnamon powder and ceylon cinnamon sticks over at http://www.buyrealcinnamon.co.uk/ International delivery is available - just email your order details so that postage can be worked out.
Cath @ Moo-Lolly-Bar -Mar 03, 2014, 10:08PM
This looks like the perfect way to kick start your afternoon if you ask me!

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Rams -Feb 24, 2014, 11:27AM
What about grape-seed oil? I use EVOO for literally everything but have really been wanting to get into coconut oil. I think its the one I'll try next.
Lisa Barnes -Jan 19, 2014, 8:58AM
I think it is important to point out the fact that we should also be consuming unrefined oils. Most of what you pictured are refined versions of these oils, which leave them damaged and devoid of most of their nutritional properties. The refining process yields more stable shelf lives and higher smoke points, by removing the volatile (and nutritious) parts of the oil. You can test this out by simply smelling refined vs. unrefined versions of the same oil- you will notice that the refined version lacks all of the aromas and flavors that the unrefined version naturally holds.

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UPDATE: This post originally ran on September 19, 2013, but the recent onset of winter has had us really craving a delicious toddy… and these are perfect to make for any guests that may be staying with you for the holidays!

Every so often it’s nice to spend the afternoon relaxing with friends, unwinding with a delicious glass of wine or beer. But when the weather starts to drop, I always find myself wanting something warm – and a hot toddy does just the trick. Read more »

Bryan -Jan 04, 2014, 10:50AM
Honey whiskey is the best you can get this at any local liquor store or grocery store
David -Dec 30, 2013, 1:58AM
Very tasty with Jack Daniels honey. I've been sick for few days and this never fails to clear me up and very relaxing

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The holidays are a time of enjoyment… enjoyment of the warm company of friends and family… and enjoyment of food, as well. After all of that enjoying, it’s nice to give the the mind and body a little detox, to go into the new year feeling fresh, clean, and ready for everything it has to offer! Read more »

wonderain -Apr 22, 2014, 5:45AM
looks very nice,I love purple color.... www.wonderain-umbrella.com
Ana -Jan 06, 2014, 3:43PM
I liked the idea of putting the cucumber in. I whizzed this up and it was very simple to do and the taste had a lovely balance. Many thanks for the tips.

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Post image for Breakfast Recipes: Shakshouka

This post is part of our breakfast recipe series from Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Jessica M -Dec 24, 2013, 12:23PM
Gorgeous photos! This is one of my favorite breakfast recipes of all time -- I was so excited to see you post about it! And it's one of those dishes that is as beautiful as it is delicious. It's been too long since I made shakshouka -- Christmas morning sounds like the perfect time to me too =) www.threadandbones.com
juliana -Dec 24, 2013, 10:38AM
i love this recipe, i just wished they had step by step pics and what the ingredients look like.

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