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  1. Five Food Photography Tips from Cooking Without Limits

    Food photography tips from Gabriela Lupu at Cooking Without Limits.

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    Photography by Gabriela Lupu at Cooking Without Limits
  2. Eating in Vietnam. Also, a Travel Companion.

    “Vietnamese food must always have balance. There is bitterness, there is sourness, there is the pain from heat, but there is also sweet. This is the goal of Vietnamese food: to have all the emotions of life in one bite.” Antonio Perez describes his culinary adventures in Vietnam with vivid, sensory details.

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  3. Party Hardy

    At lifestyle blog Party Hardy, Los Angeles-based blogger Courtney Hardy celebrates the many things in life that she’s passionate about: fashion, food, travel, crafts, beauty, and more.

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  4. Edible Arts and Crafts: Five Festive Party Treats from Glü

    Explore the edible arts and crafts projects at Glü.

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    Strawberry rhubarb pie by Glü
  5. Five Summer Recipes from Tending the Table

    Seattle-based food blogger Sasha Swerdloff creates plant-based recipes that support sustainable living and personal well-being.

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    Photos of ramps (for a quinoa salad), carrot ginger soup, and red berry almond blondies by Tending the Table.
  6. Rye and Tuna Patties

    A tale of two immigrants — one Indian, one German — and how a single can of tuna can nourish the body and the soul.

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  7. Very Berry Handmade

    UK-based designer and maker Ali blogs about stitching of all kinds and specializes in sewing and crochet. She also writes about food and gardening.

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  9. New Cookbook Preview from Smitten Kitchen

    “These are the recipes for the food that makes us happy.” Deb Perelman at Smitten Kitchen shares a recipe for Cacio e Pepe Potatoes Anna and talks about her new cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant and Unfussy New Favorites.

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  10. Hello Hygge

    Kayleigh might be based in Brighton, UK, but her love for all things Nordic and comforting led her to launch Hello Hygge, inspired by the Danish concept of coziness and focused on food, design, and travel.

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  11. Wish to Dish

    Rosie’s long-term goal is to become a chef or work at a catering company. In the meantime, we get to follow her mouth-watering food exploits at Wish to Dish.

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  12. Kind State Of Mind

    Rich sauces, decadent desserts, comfort foods . . . and veganism? Ellie is dedicated to showing the world that it can be done.

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  13. Weekend Food

    “All food should be in some way healthy. That much, in this day and age, is pretty much a given. But good food should be so much more than that too: as well as being delicious it should also have a history and a context and an occasion. It should stay in your head.”

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  14. Recipes, Reviews, and Edible Photography: Eater’s Manifesto

    Eater’s Manifesto is a feast for the eyes and the soul.

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    Haddock with Beet Root and Oregano. All photos by Suresh. All rights reserved.
  15. Why Chefs Wear White (and Sometimes Color Too)

    How did modern chefs come to wear white jackets and 12-inch-tall “toques”? It all started with Marie-Antonin Carême and Auguste Escoffier.

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