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Finding My Voice—So Easy. So Hard.

I’m currently rereading an old favorite: Last of the Amazons, by Steven Pressfield. I’ve always known the book is seminal to my own work, but oddly I haven’t revisited it in many years. I’m starting to feel like the lengthy interim has been serendipitous. Experiencing the book again after all …

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5 Easy Ways To Make This Classic Summer Dish

With so many tomatoes on hand during the summer you are probably wondering what else you can make with them. Aside from a refreshing summer salad, you can consider making stuffed tomatoes. The classic fillings for stuffed tomatoes are rice (enriched with cheese, herbs or meat) and meat (most likely …

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EASY PEANUT CAKE – Passion 4 baking :::GET INSPIRED:::

Hi you all. I hope you all are having a beautiful day with lots of sunshine and clear blue skies. Sharing a delicious peanut cake recipe today it is glutenfree and so delicious.The sweetness of the meringues mixture and the salted peanuts, such a great combo!I will share one example with …

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Cooking Whole Artichokes: 4 Easy Methods

Gratinated, with a little vinaigrette or even cooked into a tart, artichokes are always a pleasure. This spiny seasonal delicacy with a tender heart can however sometimes a mystery to budding cooks, especially when cooking whole artichokes. Fine Dining Lovers explains how to cook whole artichokes in four different ways. …

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Homemade Flavored Liquid Coffee Creamer

This is just an extremely easy recipe for homemade coffee creamer. I demonstrate how to make chocolate creamer, and give a recipe for a vanilla creamer… but, always feel free to try experimenting… source

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8 Easy Side Dishes to Serve at Easter This Year

  The best thing about dreaming up an Easter menu is that—this time of year—the market is primed to help you. The knobby, ugly (but delicious) parsnips and gourds make way for a rainbow of asparagus, scallions, morels, strawberries, peas, ramps and rhubarb. Traipsing through the farmers’ market stalls can …

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An Easy Recipe for Yakpab, Sweet Korean Rice Cake

Yakbap (or yaksik) is a Korean dessert made with sweet glutinous rice, nuts and jujubes (Korean dates). The historic treat dates back to the Samguk Era, when, in the year 488 King Soji received a warning that the queen was trying to have him killed. The king saved himself and since …

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