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Snickerdoodles, essentially sugar cookies coated in cinnamon sugar, are classics to me. They might not have chocolate, but they’re just as cozy and comforting and addictive as chocolate chip cookies.
Classic snickerdoodles from Betty Crocker. Tender sugar cookies coated in cinnamon sugar. These are perfect to make with friends and family!
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These black bean and corn quesadillas are filled with a quick and hearty cumin-scented saute of corn, onions and black beans.
These black bean and corn quesadillas have all the magic of a traditional quesadilla, with a cumin-spiced black bean and corn filling.
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You might think that zucchini pasta/noodles might be overhyped; they can’t really replace normal pasta. HOWEVER, they’re delicious in a non-pasta sense, especially when paired with a creamy Greek yogurt sauce, corn and oyster mushrooms.
This creamy corn and oyster mushroom zucchini pasta features a creamy 3 ingredient Greek yogurt sauce and plenty of summer veggies.
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Don’t make your pumpkin treats yet! There’s still time to squeeze in some cherry, corn and grilled zucchini salad.
This cherry, corn and grilled zucchini salad has all the elements of a late summer hurrah, making it the perfect dinner to enjoy all the best produce.
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I was unhappily melting outside or freezing my butt off inside for most of my Texas trip, but luckily still got to squeeze in some good eats. There’s a recap on my blog now!
My Texas 2016 trip to Austin and Dallas, ft lots of meat. My favorites: Whole Foods, Salty Sow and East Side King in Austin, and Iron Cactus in Dallas.
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Tea and coffee together isn’t a new combo. But put them together in a cake, and boom, magic. Moist coffee-infused cake is layered with sweetened condensed milk and Thai tea buttercream, then served with roasted coffee beans and more sweetened condensed milk.
This Thai tea Vietnamese coffee cake combines moist coffee-flavored cake soaked with sweetened condensed milk and fluffy Thai tea buttercream.
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Tartine has a new bakery, called Tartine Manufactory, in San Francisco. I’ve got a recap of my visit (plus guava macarons and crispy-edged paninis and a nude beach) on the blog.
Food-centric day trip to SF, including stops at Ketsourine Macarons, Hot Press (for paninis), Tartine Manufactory, and Baker Beach.
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This miso pilaf with cucumbers and grilled eggplant is perfect for potlucks or lunches or any occasion when you need something that’s better made ahead. Miso, ginger and garlic make this dish super savory and satisfying.
This miso pilaf with cucumber and grilled eggplant is so flavorful and hearty that it's delicious as a side or a main dish!
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Is it a little late to be posting popsicles with cantaloupe, mangoes and nectarines? Probably. BUT, it’s never too late for a sunset, so I’m saying that these sunset ombre popsicles are still relevant (and definitely still delicious).
These sunset ombre popsicles have three shades of orange. Each layer is flavored with a summery fruit: nectarine, cantaloupe and mango.
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Summer peaches are great plain, but if they need a bit more oomph or maybe you forgot about a couple and they’re a little overripe (oops!), these almond-crisped peaches are it. The topping only has 3 ingredients (though you can embellish as much as you want), and comes together with a quick stir before getting plopped onto the peaches. Easiest fruit crisp ever!
Introducing the easiest, fastest way to make fruit crisp: almond-crisped peaches. Tender summer peaches and crispy almond streusel. Endless variations.
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Summer calls for crunchy vegetables and zingy dressing, and this Thai zucchini salad fits the bill.
This vaguely Thai zucchini salad features crunchy veggies tossed with zoodles and a creamy, tangy peanut dressing before getting topped with more peanuts.
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Tea and coffee together isn’t a new combo. But put them together in a cake, and boom, magic. Moist coffee-infused cake is layered with sweetened condensed milk and Thai tea buttercream, then served with roasted coffee beans and more sweetened condensed milk. http://bit.ly/thai-tea-viet-coffee-cake
This Thai tea Vietnamese coffee cake combines moist coffee-flavored cake soaked with sweetened condensed milk and fluffy Thai tea buttercream.
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Food blog that always picks the delicious over the gorgeous.
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I'm Heather, a California food blogger obsessed with baking. I love a mish-mash of everything, from mochi to Chinese braised pork belly to baked ziti.
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