Faith's constant passion

Me with Faith Springborg clutching my shoulder and arm Faith Minase Springborg's new found love ended her addiction to malling and it had served her well....more

Lovely, lively Ghing

 IF ever there was a game of hide and seek, Ghing Voght would be an easy target.There are only two places you can find Ghing Voght; it’s either at the mall or at the kitchen. Malls and kitchens give her a high and lowers her stress at the same time....more

Skinny Eggplant Parmigiana

Meatleass Monday: Skinny Eggplant ParmigianaBy Kate from Scratch On January 20, 2014 · ...more

What It Takes to Be a Food Blogger

In the world of the Internet it takes a lot to be seen and heard.  Every day there are new posts, new bloggers, new networks, new social media platforms.  People take notice when you’re outrageous and controversial, that is true, and many bloggers know this and use it to their advantage.  I don’t want to be “that guy,” for lack of a better term....more
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Mexican Lime Rice

http://www.homehatchery.com/mexican-lime-rice/...more

I Ditched Cooking for Cleaning

In the past two decades or so there's been an explosion of interest in home cooking. Not exactly like our mother's or grandmother's home cooking. Perhaps it shouldn't even be referred to as "cooking" but more as "cheffing." The verb could be described as experiencing food in a different fashion. ...more

Guest bloggers invited

Be aguest blogger for more details please visit:http://hindustanisakhisaheli.blogspot.com/p/guest-bloggers-are-invited.html...more

Looking for something new to do with tuna? Try these quick & easy Tuna Burgers!

These Tuna Burgers are an easy mid-week fix, and fun to make.  We like them better than hamburgers now! http://threeheadedchef.blogspot.com/2013/04/tuna-burgers.html  Life's too short to eat crappy food.  :-)http://threeheadedchef.blogspot.com/...more

Roasted Cauliflower with Parmesan, Almond and Panko Topping

I recently purchased a head of cauliflower bigger than a bowling ball. It reminded me of the pictures you see of the blue ribbon winning gigantic squash in a state fair competition.  It was an enormous beauty and I knew I had to do something special with it....more