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Rote Grütze, the dessert misnomer

There is no beating around the bush: Rote Grütze, one of the most delicious German summer desserts, has an ugly, unappealing name. Literally, Grütze means “grits” in English. 1,077 more words

Modern Potluck just wasn't my cuppa tea

I saw the word Potluck and thought this would have an excellent selection of recipes. It does in fact have many recipes as well as wonderful glossy photos. 270 more words


How to make your food photos FOODGASMIC! (5 min read)

Article Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Crecynthia R.

Founder & Owner of: Falvor Me This

-Contributor, Food & Restaurant Critic, Writer

Where are my food bloggers at? 757 more words


Struggling or Looking to Sell Your Own Book Someday...? Here' What Can Turn It Into a Best Seller (2 min read)

1. Know your audience. Ask yourself what your audience needs to be successful. It’s not about what you need. You must put yourself in their shoes. 288 more words


Two Flank Steak Suppers

Still putting off a more substantive post on the Whole30 program and all that I’m learning about health, habits, and, let’s be real, expensive grocery bills, because I’m too impatient to share the delicious food that we’re enjoying. 523 more words

Recipe Reviews

Day 6: Beef - Celebrate American Food History

 War and food, a timeless tale. Unfortunately.

Today’s story is about beef, the meat – as we all know – that become synonymous with Britain and went on to become a major force in the American economy in the nineteenth century, as well as providing for a rather mythological view of the American West. 838 more words


Jell-O Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Jell-O is one of those incredibly versatile treats. The history behind it is interesting in how it became what it is today. Jell-O started in the 1800s and the puddings were introduced in the late 1920s when it acquired a company that made pudding powders. 326 more words

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