July 2009

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Jamie Magazine Issue 4 Review

Recipes Spotted - 125 The July August 2009 issue of Jamie Magazine sets the mood for a fantastic Greek feature with blue hues and a relaxed picture of Jamie showing off a tunny caught off the coast of Aegina. The pictures are personal and the stories are heartfelt, speaking to you on a very intimate level, a trait... Read More >>
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10 Questions With Karen Low Of Citrus And Candy

Continuing on with the spotlight on nominated food-bloggers this month, I am pleased to introduce you to the Coke-sipping, whisk wielding, queen of all things kitsch, the always interesting, always fun Karen Low aka citrusandcandy. Karen is in love with food, it is so evident from her blog and her tweets. She is an a... Read More >>
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Stuffed Green Bell Peppers

Green bell peppers or capsicums are delightfully sweet and crunchy in season. Even their seeds are very mild flavored and not at all spicy. That makes these little green beauties absolutely perfect for stuffing and cooking whole. The recipe that I share with you today can be as fancy as you want it to be or really si... Read More >>
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10 Questions With Roni

A few weeks ago I was tweeting and I asked "Which food blogger would you like to see featured on my blog?". I was surprised by the wonderful response of so many food bloggers as they named their favorite fellow foodies and bloggers that they would like to see aswer some questions in my 10 Questions Feature.... Read More >>
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NTTC July 2009 Egg Challenge

Crack An Egg my fellow foodies! NTTC#5 July 2009 Challenge brings the proverbial sunny side up to your kitchens. Eggs are versatile, superhealthy, cheerful when naked and man's other best friend. I love them, don't you? The official NTTC No. 5 July 2009 Challenge begins today as I write this post and ends on July 31... Read More >>
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NTTC June 2009 Greens Roundup And A Winner

  NTTC June 2009 was doomed from the very start. Not a very promising first line for a post, you might think. But I kid you not. Everything that could possibly go wrong with this month's event did, helped in part by yours truly. In the beginning of June, I managed to do the roundup for May and announce the winner... Read More >>