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Britain is known for its hearty/comfort meals; food that is filling and has been carried through the centuries. You could call them unfussy dishes, made with quality local produce matched with simple sauces. Read more »

deven -Jan 10, 2013, 1:14PM
yorkshire pudding its bomb cant stop eating it if u put brown gravy on it make's its out of this world
Yaldi -Sep 23, 2012, 6:35AM
Northern Ireland is in Britain too!! :)

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Post image for Polenta Rounds with Eggplant Caponata – Gluten-Free + Vegan!

Our recipe theme for the month of September is gluten-free and we are excited to once again welcome guest contributor Beth of Tasty Yummies! Read more »

Judy -Nov 14, 2013, 9:43PM
I tried these, and they are very good! Next time, I will put in less vinegar. It was a little overwhelming to me.
marianne -Sep 15, 2012, 2:58PM
Thank you FP for choosing gluten free for your theme in September! For those of us living with the autoimmune disease, Celiac, It is greatly appreciated to find new and delicious recipes. xoxo

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Post image for Guest Post: Mess-Free Campfire Cones

This guest post is from Johnie Gall of DirtbagDarling.com

I love camping for many reasons (incredible backdrops, sleeping under the stars, the smell of pine needles) but my biggest draw to the great outdoors could quite possibly be campfire treats, Read more »

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Lynnette -Sep 16, 2012, 2:07PM
Wish I had thought of this when I went camping last weekend!!

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Post image for Seasonal Shopping: Fruit & Veggies To Buy This Month

Our guest food blogger Beth, of Tasty Yummies, knows a thing or two about shopping seasonally. We love the idea of focusing on seasonal produce. Read more »

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Post image for Summer Mocktails: Death Of A Matador

The final post in our series of summer mocktails from Beth of Tasty Yummies! Read more »

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Mel -Sep 02, 2012, 3:48PM
This is unrelated, but I finally got the courage to cut off my extreme vintage flares to the correct length, and sadly my new fringe edge is not nearly as pretty as the original. How exactly did you guys get the finished fringe on the Extreme flares? It was very light blue, fuzzy, soft. Now my fringe is mostly white and dark blue hanging threads. It's just not nearly as nice looking. Just curious if you knew how to re-achieve the original look/feel.

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Post image for Recipe: Udon Noodles And Raw Veggies

Most evenings when I come home from work I want something light to eat with lots of nutrients. Most importantly, I want something that’s quick and easy so I can make the most of my evening. Read more »

Sera -Nov 13, 2012, 10:58PM
half a cup of LOW sodium soy sauce is nothing compared to all the salt/sodium that goes into the other foods you eat/cook everyday...
renee -Aug 31, 2012, 7:01PM
this looks delicous but half a cup of low sodium soy sauce is definitely not healthy

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Post image for Summer Mocktails: Cantaloupe Mocktini/Martini

The fourth in our series of mouth-watering summer mocktails from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

Noelle Swonsen -Aug 26, 2012, 8:18PM
I love how many mock tails you guys post! I don't drink alcohol, so it's so nice to have great inspiration from you guys for yummy drinks! Thanks for taking the time to post stuff like this.

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Post image for 4 Easy Homemade Juice Recipes (No Juicer Required!)

During summer I always love to have a big bowl of fruits and vegetables in my kitchen. When the weather is hot, there is nothing better than fresh salads or berries. The problem is, they don’t tend to keep for very long and I often find myself having to get rid of fruit or vegetables that have gone bad, and there’s nothing worse than letting all that delicious food go to waste! Read more »

MyFavoriteJuicers -Oct 25, 2014, 7:56AM
I drink this juice every single morning, and often twice a day. Feel free to add some lemon if you like (and if you have a Breville, you can put it right into your juicer) to make it “green lemonade.” You can also omit the ginger if you don’t like it spicy.
atomizerwick.com -Oct 12, 2014, 2:44AM
WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for juice recipes

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Post image for Summer Mocktails: Banana Piña Colada (With A Genius Twist!)

The third post in our Summer Mocktail Series from Beth of Tasty Yummies! Read more »

Michelle @ MakeMeCake.Me -Sep 04, 2012, 4:07PM
Incredibly random comment, but is that your countertop? I love the look not just for the photos (which are lovely, by the way), but in general! I make a green pina colada smoothie that could definitely use some frozen coconut milk cubes! :)
nicole -Aug 27, 2012, 1:27PM
I'm on holiday in hawaii, and this recipe worked perfect for a breakfast treat!

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Post image for Ingredients For A Delicious New York Breakfast

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and when it comes to the weekend, nothing beats going for brunch. Last Saturday in NY we woke up, put The Smiths on the stereo in the kitchen, and made what we dreamt of the night before: wholegrain bread, cream cheese, strawberries and alfalfa sprouts. Read more »

Kienan -Sep 11, 2012, 8:45PM
Couldn't find any alfalfa sprouts at my local grocery store but I did buy some strawberry cream cheese to try this with... can't wait!!! I love new ideas for breakfast, it makes getting up that much more exciting!
Donna -Sep 02, 2012, 4:47PM
I also just discovered FB has a Blog. I'm totally in love with it. I have to try this breakfast. I'm needing something new. I'm also thinking it would make an awesome weekend dinner. What flavor cream cheese would go best with bean sprouts?

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Post image for Summer Mocktails: Blackberry Lavender Lemonade

The second post of our guest series from Beth of Tasty Yummies! Read on for a refreshing summer drink recipe. Read more »

Wataru -Sep 05, 2012, 8:19AM
Nice!
Megan -Aug 26, 2012, 9:10PM
Absolutely YUM sounding! Better get this in before summer ends!

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5 Benefits of Acai Berries

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Acai is one of those fruits you just can’t help but love because of the beautiful colour that oozes from it. Not only does it make whatever you’re eating or drinking look pretty, it also has plenty of benefits to keep your body happy and healthy. Read more »

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