Food Story: Fran & The Comfort of Food

Today’s food story is by Fran of The Glorified Tomato. Fran is one of five women who love to cook and contribute to The Glorified Tomato with recipes, interviews, reblogged articles, events, and reviews. They’re also moms, gardeners, hostesses, crafters, and teachers and therefore have amassed a following of the same on their blog, Twitter, […]

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Black Bean Lasagna

Recently, I was watching reruns of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen on the Food Network and imagine my surprise when I saw her making a vegetarian dish. My ears perked up and I started taking notes. Trisha’s Black Bean Lasagna looked amazing and I just knew that I had to make this pronto (and put my vegan […]

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Cherokee Bean Bread

I am so excited to bring this adaptation of an authentic Native American dish to you, today. Being that my paternal family heritage is Cherokee Indian, I thought it might be fun to explore some genuine dishes from Native America. This Cherokee Bean Bread (also known as Tsu-Ya-Ga) was one of the first recipes that […]

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Low Carb Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Happy National Cheese Pizza Day! I realize that I’m not posting cheese pizza but how can I NOT blog about pizza on a pizza food holiday, right? Let me just start out by apologizing for the quality of these pictures. Honestly, I took these pictures months ago and fully intended to re-shoot; however, today’s food holiday […]

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Greek Casserole

September 4 is National Macadamia Nut Day. I so wanted to have a great macadamia recipe for you but it just wasn”t meant to be, I guess. As I mentioned yesterday, I spent a lot of time pouring over recipes to find something that I knew would work out because I only had a small […]

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Nicoise Salad with Crab

What says summer more than a great salad with nutritious, fresh ingredients? Nicoise Salad, of course! Salad Nicoise is traditionally a composed salad that’s displayed on a platter and arranged on a bed of greens. The dish typically contains tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, green beans, olives, tuna, anchovies; however, there are many iterations of this […]

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Food Story: Willow & Secret Ingredient Asian Stir-Fry – fool me once, fool me rice…

Willow is the June winner of the Food Stories Award for Excellence in Storytelling. She’s been blogging for just a year now, and considers herself an adventurer in the land of food – join her at her blog, www.willcookforfriends.com I’m not entirely sure how I came to earn this award, but I am certainly honored. […]

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Beans & Franks with Brownie Pops

Today we have a national food holiday blowout! It’s National Lollipop Day, National Hot Dog Day, National Ice Cream Soda Day & Fortune Cookie Day. Whew, what’s a girl to do with all that food? I did want to attempt to make four recipes for my loyal readers; however, life sometimes gets in the way. […]

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