No-Junk Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

By Grace Hall To celebrate this year’s #NoJunkJourney with Organix, today I have a delicious healthier spin on a classic Christmas treat to share with you – my No-Junk Christmas Chocolate Bark recipe.

Christmas is a great time to get little ones making and baking with you, and this easy recipe is a lovely healthier treat that even the youngest toddlers can help to make. From stirring the chocolate mixture to spreading it on the tray and decorating it with the yummy Organix gingerbread men, gummy stars and dried fruit and nuts, there are plenty of ways your little ones can get involved.
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Source:: Eats Amazing



Tito’s Vodka Sunny Side Brunch Picnic

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales I was invited by Burson Cohn & Wolfe to The Tito’s Vodka Sunny Side Brunch Picnic in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico. BCW is an internationally recognized advertising agency that has invited me several times to Tito’s Vodka events.


In the entrance of the Museum there was the bar and the kiosk for food. All the proceeds of the ticket entrance were donated to the Santuario de Animales de Barranquitas.

The Museum is a mix of old meets modern, with art on the walls, sculptures, a nice inside garden, a shop, performances, and exhibitions.

On the inside you could find …read more

Source:: Culinary Road Trip



French Farmhouse Christmas

By Karen Burns-Booth French Farmhouse Christmas – A quartet of festive French inspired recipes for Christmas and New Year. Here we have a fabulous salad which is the prelude to roast duck with cherries, fresh seasonal vegetables and a stunning frosted fruit cheesecake for dessert.

A Quartet of Festive French Recipes

Just across the channel, the French celebrate Christmas in a different way to us, with the main event being Christmas Eve instead of Christmas Day. And, in some parts of France the children receive gifts on the 6th December, St Nicholas’s Day, when they leave their shoes outside the door for St Nicholas …read more

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Easy Healthy Air Fryer Recipes

By Bintu Hey lovely foodies. If you are have just fallen in love with your Air Fryer or just need some inspiration for easy Air Fryer Recipes for friends or family or yourself, then this post is for you. You will find a nice selection of healthy Air Fryer recipes that are easy to whip up. Even better is the fact that some of them require only a few everyday pantry ingredients.
Why Cook With The Air Fryer?
Continue reading Easy Healthy Air Fryer Recipes at Recipes From A Pantry. …read more

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Thumbprint Cookies – Great Grandma Mitzi to the Rescue!

By (Chef John) My mother, Pauline, made really nice thumbprint cookies, but unfortunately I never wrote down her recipe, and so I was forced to go online to find one, so I could refresh my memory. I knew the ingredients, but unless you have them in the right proportions, you won’t end up with that perfect melt-in-your-mouth texture these iconic cookies are known for. Above and beyond the buttery mouthfeel, we also want a cookie that has perfectly smooth edges, with none of the dreaded cracks that give away a subpar recipe. So, I did an image search, and came across a …read more

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Amuse Your Bouche (almost!) annual reader survey 2018

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche It’s that time again! Time for my almost annual reader survey.
Almost annual because I seem to have forgotten to do one last year. I don’t know why… I had a 6 month old baby, who knows what was going on in my head. I guess I just decided that sleeping was more important than surveying you guys (and I stand by that decision!).

Anyway, as usual – please do take a couple of minutes to fill in the form below.
The survey shouldn’t take you more than a minute or two (unless you write reams for the last question, in which case …read more

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Santa Sandwich Skewers – Fun Christmas Party Food

By Grace Hall Following on from the easy Cheese & Tomato Santa Hats I shared earlier today, here’s a fun way to re-purpose the same recipe to make Santa sandwich skewers!

These cute Santa sandwich skewers are perfect for fun Christmas party food, popping in a lunch box or serving up for a fun festive meal at home.

They’re easy to make and a fun way to serve sandwiches that is a little different – after all, everything tastes better on a stick!

Santa Sandwich Skewers
Ingredients (makes 6):
2 slices bread
2 slices ham
2 cheese slices
6 baby plum tomatoes
6 cheese pearls*
12 edible candy eyeballs
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Source:: Eats Amazing



Cheese & Tomato Santa Hats Recipe

By Grace Hall I’m continuing the Christmas themed food today with this quick and easy cheese & tomato Santa hats recipe!

I’ve created several new healthy Christmas party food ideas to share with you this year and these easy cheesy Santa hats are perfect for a fun Christmas appetiser.

Be sure to check out my recipe video so you can see just how easy these are to make!

Not making food for a Christmas party? They make a great fun festive snack to serve at home too!

Cheese & Tomato Santa Hats
Ingredients (makes 12):
4 cheese slices (I used mozarella)
12 baby plum tomatoes
12 mini cheese pearls*
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Source:: Eats Amazing



Cookbook Roundup 2018 (part 2)

By Irvin If you’re looking for a list of the best cookbooks of 2018, here’s part 2 of some of my favorite cookbooks I’ve received this year. (check out part 1 if you haven’t already!)

Last week I shared a bunch of cookbooks that came out in 2018 that I loved. But those were only part of the list! Here’s the remaining list of cookbooks that I got this year that I just adore. And even with this large stack of books, there are more that I wish I had a chance to look at and review. Sadly I haven’t looked at every …read more

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