Delightful Repast - A Tradition of Comfort Food with Flair - features original recipes for classic comfort food prepared with care and the finest ingredients. There is something for everyone: gluten-free and wheat, nondairy and dairy, vegan and vegetarian and meat, as well as dishes that reflect the writer's heritage (half English, half Southern) and eclectic tastes. You will also find the occasional review: afternoon tea, books, kitchen equipment, products, travel and wine. ...more
Receptionist by day. Foodie and friend by night. I
smile a lot. I laugh too loud. I am easily amused. I find fun in little
things. I always enjoy life to the fullest. I love to cook, eat and
entertain. Nothing makes me happier then to give the gift of happiness
to someone (with something sweet!).
Delishhh [pronounced delish] is a blog written by a Swedish woman who lives in Seattle, WA who shares her passion for all things food-related — recipes, cookbooks, kitchen products, restaurant reviews and anything else that comes to mind. ...more
Delishhh is a food blog written by Ewa [eva] who was born in Sweden, raised in Asia and now lives in the Seattle, WA, United States. She has a passion for international flavor and all things related to food....more
An exchange of ideas for what to cook when you're feeling stuck. Or when you simply want to expand your repertoire. This blog is designed for anyone who's been stuck in a food rut, afraid to try new things, or overwhelmed by a 500-page cookbook. I fully believe that everyone has good recipes to share, including those of us who don't consider ourselves "cooks." If you've ever made food for yourself and/or others to eat, you've cooked. And I hope you'll share your secrets!
Design, Dining + Diapers is written by Taryn, a stay-at-home mom who is shares her DIY adventures, home decor inspiration, craft ideas and tutorials and is always cooking up a gluten-free dessert!
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Trying new things. Learning new things. Doing one thing at a time. Enjoying each day. Making what's complicated, simple. Being open to making at least one mistake each day. (It's a good way to learn.) Sharing something each day. Practicing my creative practice. Not sure where I'm going with this--maybe towards my future--but going there nonetheless....more