If youve never had an anise cookie, first and foremost you have my deepest sympathies. Sometimes called Italian Christmas cookies or Vienna cookies, anise cookies were a staple of the Christmas holiday growing up. If you dont like the licorice type flavor of anise you can always substitute vanilla. Ive made them both ways but 
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OK, ok, I know Ive been on overload on the desserts lately but these muffins are a must try. First, theyre chocolate. Secondyou need a second? With the addition of the cherry, talk about flavor! I also like that these muffins are rich and arent the slightest bit dry. The yogurt definitely keeps them moist 
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The toughest thing, for me at least, about nut allergies is missing out on peanut butter. Weve found a good alternative in unsweetened soy nut butter. We like I.M. Healthy, which you can find in some grocery stores or buy bulk from Amazon. Just click the pic below! It works out great for SBJ 
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Easter is on this Sunday already!? Sheesh, time has gone by super fast. SO, when it comes to Easter, there isnt anything too traditional that my family makes. Well not lately anyways, since my grandpa passed away. My grandpa would make Easter bread, which I will be posting the recipe after I make it. 
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Yesterday, March 11, 2015. We have a back to back food review in Quezon City. Our first stopped is Love Desserts at Pearl Drive, Fairview. Love Desserts is a dessert buffet for the sweet tooth. What I really enjoy there is the singkamas and the bangoong plus the nachos! These two will cleanse your taste Read more...
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Hola amigos colegas artistas y seguidores. Aprovecho esta fecha tan especial para agradecerles a todos ustedes el que me hayan seguido. Ha sido para mí un honor, de verdad, el saber que se interesaron en mis tutoriales, tips y demás materiales informativos que con gusto he subido a mi página Aprende Dibujo y Pintura y a mi blog, ElTaller de Miguel Angel, sabiendo además que les han sido de utilidad gracias a sus comentarios, la mayor de las veces muy positivos.
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Cristi, in her Queen of Wine Crown, led us through a wonderfully different Wine Club Dinner last night at The Buzz here in Boise. (Her recipes for these dinners can be found at Buzz Wine Blog.) Several interesting points that she made. (1) Superfood is a marketing term used to describe foods with supposed health  read more »
After Big Spoon, we hopped to our next destination at random (well, still somewhere in Setia Walk)
How do you like your coffee? Hand dripped? Siphoned?The first thing that I'd notice when I pushed open the front door to the cafe was the aroma of the coffee. That heavenly divine smell just called to every part of me.There are even books hanging from the ceiling! (hello phone camera)As I said in the earlier post, it was a weekday noon and we decided to relax a little and talk over food.There aren't many... read more »
The Holiday Season was started last night at The Buzz and their monthly wine dinner. Many seasonal ideas were presented: Wrapping, fun gifts, culturally correct gift giving: Brazil avoid giving gifts of black or purple or in South Korea never anything made in Japan or North Korea. Just a few of the suggestions.  read more »