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Brooks Walker
Food is the true universal language.
Food is the true universal language.

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These terrific looking English Muffins from +Jenni Field inspire me to make a batch in my about you?
This is my first time making Homemade Whole Wheat English Muffins, but it won't be my last. They are so good, you guys!

I used Super Sprout flour which is milled here in NC by +Lindley Mills and is a 100% sprouted whole wheat flour that is also organic and certified kosher. Crazy good!

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Chocolate Sour Cream Bundt Cake recipe that's easy to make and delivers a serious jolt of tasty chocolate flavor!

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A crispy exterior gives way to a magnificent chewy mélange of coconut, cranberry and chocolate flavors. Fresh orange zest heightens the experience making these Cranberry-Chocolate Coconut Macaroons merry and bright!

Click through for the recipe. Enjoy!

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When the weather turns cool outside, and Mother Nature begins to shed her colorful foliage, these tasty Pumpkin Sage Popovers will bring a festive air to meal time.

#recipeoftheday #autumn #food

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You're going to adore this Chocolate Rads cookie recipe. A little crispy, a little brownie-like chewy, and deep chocolate flavor!

#chocolate #cookies #recipeoftheday

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+Chef Dennis Littley does #seafood so nice. Here he shares his #recipe  ...enjoy!
How about my Roasted Black Sea Bass with Shrimp in a Lemon Scampi Sauce for dinner tonight?
It's easy to make and oh so delicous!

12 to 14 ounces black sea bass fillets
6 extra large shrimp (wild caught) Peeled and deveined
1 tablespoon capers
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
juice of one half lemon
splash of white wine
2 ounces vegetable stock
1 tablespoon of butter rolled in flour
½ teaspoon Italian parsley, finely chopped

Preheat oven to 350
Place sea bass fillets in a baking pan and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, then sprinkle with sea salt and black pepper. add a little water to the pan to help keep the sea bass moist
Roast Sea Bass for 15 to 20 minutes
In a sauté pan add olive oil and chopped garlic, when the garlic starts to cook add the shrimp.
Turn the shrimp over and add the capers.
When shrimp are almost fully cooked add a splash of white wine.
Add stock, lemon juice and butter rolled in flour.
As the sauce begins to thicken up add chopped parsley, remove from heat and serve over plated Black Sea Bass fillets.
Garnish with sliced lemon and serve with your favorite sides.
Recipe by A Culinary Journey With Chef Dennis at

for a printable copy of my recipe click on this link

#askchefdennis #recipeoftheday #seafood #shrimp

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Gather around...I have Peanut Butter Cookies for you today! Who wants one?

#recipe #foodphotography #nationalpeanutbuttercookieday  

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Pollinators are so important to our ecosystem!

#gardeningtips #nature  
Pollinator week is coming soon! Take part in the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge 

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I've shared some thoughts about #MemorialDay . Enjoy this day of remembrance!

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Moms will swoon over this springtime dessert. Serve this Lemon Blueberry Pavlova to her on Sunday and she'll know she is loved. Recipe at the link. Enjoy!

#mothersday #recipeoftheday #dessert  
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