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Guest Post by Barb at Just a Smidgen: Spicy Mexican Taco Bites

Our guest today is Barb, a.k.a. Smidge, at Just a Smidgen Barb writes an eloquent and elegant blog—I promise you, a single visit will bring beauty to your world. Decor, recipes, DIY projects, photography, and poetry are all woven with a common theme of intentionally celebrating everything beautiful in life. You will recognize her passion for […]

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Guest Post by John, from the Bartolini kitchens: Ramps Pesto

Our guest today is John at from the Bartolini kitchens  John’s engaging stories and shared family recipes are like reading a letter from a friend. I rarely sit down to read his posts without coffee in hand, just to remind myself to linger. I have often thought how fun it would be to step into his […]

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Guest Post by MJ at MJ’s Kitchen: Beans, Bacon and Chipotle

Our guest today is MJ at MJ’s Kitchen MJ can make chiles 10 ways from Sunday, she has a real flair for Southwest cooking. Don’t think everything she makes is spicy, her thoughtfully crafted recipes emphasis the unique flavor and nuance of chiles, not just heat. While she enjoys a wide variety of local chiles […]

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Guest Post by Linda at Savoring Every Bite: Carrot Beet Cupcakes (Gluten Free)

Brief health update: Thank you all for your well wishes and prayers! Today I am two weeks post-surgery and recovering remarkably well. We had he best possible outcome, minimal disturbance to my pancreas removing the tumor, and my blood sugar is normal—yay!—God answered prayer at every step. There are several weeks of healing still ahead, but […]

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Guest Post by Raymund at Ang Sarap: Caprese Panzanella Recipe

Our guest today is Raymund at Ang Sarap (a Tagalog word for “It’s Delicious”) Raymund and I started blogging at the same time—really, within days of each other—and we have followed each other ever since those early days. As I remember, it was his gorgeous photos that first caught my eye and his ability to post almost […]

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Guest Post by April at The 21st Century Housewife: 5 Ways to Bless Someone Recovering From Illness or Surgery

Over the next eight weeks it will be a pleasure to introduce you to a few of the bloggers I adore. Actually, if I were to string together guest posts of all the bloggers I admire, you wouldn’t hear from me again until late summer. Ah, summer … that word sounds so good right now!  […]

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Guest Post from Whole Intentions: What Are Your Cravings Telling You?

A few days ago we posted a brief introduction for The Sweeter Side of Candida and the awesome product giveaways, which are part of the launch (winners announced tonight, Nov 1, at 10:30). Over the last few days I‘ve had the chance to preview the book and collect supplies to try a few recipes for […]

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It Just Wouldn’t be Christmas Without Andy’s Christmas Danish

  I was so delighted to see Rebecca’s email last week about her favorite Christmas things. Rebecca is a good friend of mine and her kids are absolutely adorable. They hold a very special place in my heart, as I had the distinct privilege of teaching them the proper way to eat ice cream—you know, […]

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Guest Post on Ang Sarap: Five Pies in Five Days

Today I am savoring friendship. The kind of friendship that is close-by and reaches out during crisis and the friendship of an on-line community that brightens my day when I see their comments on a post. Raymund of Ang Sarap is one of my blogging friends and I am honored to contribute a guest post on his […]

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Christmas Traditions: Colorful Christmas Cookies

Submitted by: Mark Riggs, Kansas City, MO When I think about Christmas traditions in my family (both the family I grew up with and my family of friends I’ve accumulated over the years), I think of lots of traditions that—for different reasons—aren’t long-standing ones.  The up side to this is I have twelve ideas for […]

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