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Do You Like Cute Food?: Feature Fridays


If you’ve never explored Pintrest, I highly recommend it for your next surf session or coffee break (do people even take coffee breaks anymore?).  It is where I discovered an entire website dedicated to cute food. Well, unabashedly they claim it is the cutest food.  I have to agree, there are pages and pages of food creativity gone crazy with cuteness like these panda rice balls.  If you like your food cute, or just want to admire the efforts of others, check it out … I’ll take my browse break with coffee, thank you.  Enjoy!


Pumpkin Anything At This Point: Feature Fridays

It is September and in my book, it is time for pumpkin—and ANYTHING pumpkin works for me. Muffins, coffee drinks, yes, even pumpkin ice cream.  Here’s a few links that caught my eye and just might soothe the pumpkin beast … have to try them all just to be sure! 😉 Enjoy!

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream from Tracey’s Culinary Adventures






Harvest Pumpkin Soup from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen







Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte from Confections of a Foodie Bride

Labor Day Eats: Feature Fridays

Labor Day became a federal holiday 117 years ago, marked by parades and parties recognizing trade and labor organizations.  Today, families enjoy one last vacation before school starts, NFL and college football seasons begin, and backyard parties abound.  If entertaining or creating a dish for a potluck is on the agenda for this three-day weekend, here are a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing.  Instead of featuring just one site this week, there is a whole list—Enjoy!


Barbeque Menu – Savoring Today
10 Labor Day Menus – Ezra Pound Cake
Labor Day Gourmet Grilling Party Menu – Recipe Girl

Main Dishes/Meat:

Grilled Thai Ginger-Garlic Pork Chops – Fine Cooking
Grilled Chicken Kebabs with Roasted Red Pepper Dip – Family Fresh Cooking
Sausage Kebabs – Bell’ Alimento
Jamaican Jerk Chicken – Kayotic Kitchen
Pancetta-Gruyere Burger with Grilled Vidalia Onions – Savoring Today
Vegetarian Recipes for Barbecue Season – New York Times

Appetizers & Sides:

Melon & Mint Salad – Shutterbean
Roasted Garlic and Dill White Bean Dip – How Sweet It Is
Roasted Carrots with Goat Cheese – Jungle Frog Cooking
Sauteed Corn with Chile Peppers, Ginger and Garlic – Cinnamon Spice
Grilled Summer Sweet Corn – Simply Sugar & Gluten Free
Romaine Salad with Hatch Chile Dressing – A Communal Table
Goat Cheese Balls with Herbs, Pecans, & Bacon – The Kitchn
Parmesan Rice Crisps with Roasted Tomato Salsa – Gluten-Free Goddess


Brownies for Grown Ups – The 21st Century Housewife’s Kitchen
S’mores Pie – Foodess
Chocolate Caramel Peanut Bites– Sweet Pea’s Kitchen
Limoncello Cheesecake Bites – Bitter Sweet
Rustic Peach & Plum Tart – Eyes Bigger Than My Stomach
Honey Cinnamon Peach Pie – My Kitchen Addiction

Foods That Look Like Body Parts They’re Good For [via: Woman’s Day]: Feature Fridays

Foods That Look Like Body Parts They’re Good For was published last year by Woman’s Day, but somehow I missed it. If we were still home schooling, this would be a great topic for health or science class—Ah, those were the days. Pretty cool imagery and one more way to think about the foods we eat. Enjoy!

Greek Nachos [via Not Without Salt]: Feature Fridays

With a temp forecast of  94° today, my Friday web-cruising was jaded a bit with my desire to find something cool and refreshing.  From the moment I laid eyes on these Greek Nachos at Not Without Salt they just seemed to say “summer” to me.  They look fresh, light, and ready to invite cool breezes on the patio—just right for hot summer nights. Enjoy!

Cupcakes Baked Inside Eggs: Feature Fridays

Sometimes, life just takes over and routine is pushed aside for the unforeseen. That was the story of the today, so Feature Friday is getting a late start, but at last it’s ready to roll.  This post from Cupcake Project made me do a double take, unsure if my eyes were playing tricks on me … yes, it is a cupcake baked inside an egg!  Just when you think you’ve seen it all, right?!  Take a minute to check out this apparent food Houdini.  Enjoy!

Bacon Cups (via not martha): Feature Fridays

Bacon Cups @ not martha

Like chocolate, bacon is always worthy of Feature Fridays, especially when this kind of creativity is involved.  As soon as I saw someone was making bacon cups, I imagined whole line of bacon dinnerware—edible cups, bowls, plates is the ultimate way to go green, right. This is not just eating everything on your plate; this is eating your plate!  Fun, creative, and surly delicious, there is some pretty cool stuff going on at not martha, so you’ll want to browse a little when you check out these Bacon CupsEnjoy!