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Member Since: 8/23/10

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I agree...there's nothing better than eating a fresh, juicy peach on its own and walking away happily messy. That being said, there are many of these recipes that I would love to try with the pile of peaches sitting on my counter.

Peach Bellinis to Crumble Bars: 15 Reasons to Buy a Pound of Peaches Recipe Roundup
7/16/12 03:23 PM

This is definitely the time of year I start craving drinks like these. My kids will love these virgin versions, but I may have to add a shot or two for some adult fun.

5 Frosty, Refreshing Non-Alcoholic Drinks
5/23/12 03:45 PM

Those short rib tacos look heavenly! They need to find a place onto my weekend menu...quickly.

Garlic Rosemary Baked Sweet Potato Chips & Lamb Stew with Dried PlumsDelicious Links
3/23/12 02:50 PM

Oh my goodness, I don't know where to start with all of these snacks - "delightful" is right! Perhaps it would be with the bite-sized Brie by Joy.

A Snack-Heavy Gathering: 10 Simple, Satisfying Recipes
3/23/12 02:03 PM

I'll take a helping of that gorgeous roasted mushroom farro salad, followed by a Happy Dragon Cocktail. Fantastic links this week!

Happy Dragon Cocktail & Roasted Mushroom and Farro Salad
Delicious Links

1/13/12 02:47 PM

My birthday is on January 6th, so I always make my family hold off on any "healthy eating" resolutions until after the day passes. I don't think they could resist if I presented a cake like this! Just look at that luscious icing.

Birthday Cake Recipe: Double Chocolate Sour Cream Cake
1/11/12 11:19 PM

I would happily dive right into that baked spaghetti squash. Thanks so much for featuring my "meatballs"!

Apple Cranboozy Pie & Vegetarian "Meatballs"
Delicious links for 11.03.2011

11/3/11 01:25 PM

I have been in Maria & Josh's new kitchen and it is even more beautiful and functional than the photos show. If you're ever there, ask Josh to show off the fridge's electric movable shelf. A kid in a candy store.

Kitchen Tour: Josh & Maria's Pristine Renovation
3/16/11 09:57 AM

What a wonderful post! Aside from considering butter as its own food group (our arteries could probably do without that), we could learn a lot from the simplicity of the cooking and the common sense tips of that era.

Food History: Tips From Grandma's Recipe Archive
1/26/11 11:45 PM

I'm still waiting for my Black Krim to ripen. When they do, I am definitely making this sandwich!

Favorite Lunch Recipe: Tomato Mozzarella Sandwich
8/23/10 04:23 PM