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friday feast: joan logghe's "Ode to Spoons" (+ a recipe)

When it comes to eating utensils, spoons reign supreme.

I’ve always loved them more than knives or forks, with their aggressive blades and tines, slices and stabs. 950 more words

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friday feast: Lesléa Newman's "Ode to Chocolate" (+ recipe and giveaway winner!)

“Nobody knows the truffles I’ve seen.” ~ George Lang

Ready to take a walk on the dark side?

Slip into these luscious chocolate beauties, then gently sashay through the lines of this impassioned verse by acclaimed author, poet and editor… 802 more words

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Celebrating Susan Branch's Latest Books with Tasty Words, Pics, and Potato Chip Cookies

“Never let anyone tell you magic doesn’t exist or that fairies aren’t real. It isn’t cynicism that will change the world. Do your best to believe in yourself, and even if you don’t, keep trying to and never give up. 2,577 more words

Book Reviews (all Genres)

friday feast: "For the Chocolate Tasters" by Diane Lockward (+ a recipe!)

“Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food.” ~ Michael Levine

Please don’t wake me. I’m in the midst of a chocolate truffle dream… 1,384 more words

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[tasty review + recipe] I Love Cake! by Tammi Sauer and Angie Rozelaar

Mmmmmmm . . . “Sniff-sniff. Is that what I think it is?”

My highly sensitive olfactories are picking up traces of vanilla buttercream and luscious lemon. 1,183 more words

Picture Books

Nibbling on Eric-Shabazz Larkin's A Moose Boosh (+ a recipe!)

“Poetry is food for the soul, food is poetry for the tongue. So read a delicious poem that makes your soul feel young.” (ESL)

amuse-bouche:

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[Author Chat + Recipe + Giveaway] April Halprin Wayland on More Than Enough: A Passover Story

Since my favorite picture books blend food with family, friends and cultural tradition, I was especially happy to hear that award winning author, poet, and… 2,228 more words

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