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On My Bookshelf: 3.17.18

Happy St. Patrick’s Day. If you’d like to get into the Irish spirit, check out the post I published earlier this week, On My Irish Bookshelf… 1,790 more words

On The Bookshelf

In My Kitchen: 3.16.18

Maybe it was reading (and loving) The Heart’s Invisible Furies by Irish author John Boyne or transcribing my journal from a trip to Ireland long ago, but I’ve been in an Irish mood lately—just in time for St. 1,198 more words

Menu Ideas

Queso! by Lisa Fain


In my opinion, there’s just about nothing better than a big bowl of melty creamy cheesy goodness, whether it come with chili or pico or chilis or anything of the like.  202 more words

Foodimentary by John-Bryan Hopkins

I am a cookbook reader and collector, and the concept behind Foodimentary intrigued me. Every day a Food Holiday? Hell, yes!

I was not familiar with the author’s… 245 more words

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with recipes from Darina Allen, Ireland's acclaimed food ambassador

Our cookbook of the week is Grow, Cook, Nourish by Darina Allen, Irish chef and founder of the world-renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School in Cork, Ireland. To try a recipe from the book, check out: … 835 more words


Easter Walnut Bread

Hello Everyone!

Easter always had a great tradition in Hungary carrying on with old-world recipes for generations. Each generation adding something new to the Holiday but keeping time-tested recipes intact for centuries. 694 more words

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Paleo Health Diet Hacks

Let’s get serious for a second…

You’re here because you already know that the Paleo Diet is a great thing.

We both know that there’s no other diet on earth that delivers so many across the board health benefits WITHOUT calorie counting, hype, gimmicks or anything like that.cookbooks from a top chef are nice. 166 more words