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Cook the Book: 'Herbivoracious'

A good palak paneer with garlic naan!

Cook the Book: 'The Occasional Vegetarian'

I just made awesome falafel today so I am going with that.

Bake the Book: 'Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home'

A decade or so ago, my friend Jonathon made me lemon lavender ice cream and that opened my mind to think outside of the typical flavours. My mind has probably made that scoop out to be better than it really was but I will always remember it as perfect.

Cook the Book: 'The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook'

I can't think of a specific food but I loved the Lord of the Rings books and I wanted to eat like a hobbit. So many meals!

Weekend Book Giveaway: My Milk Toof

Halloween one! I didn't know there was a book. So excited. I don't think "squee" even covers it.

Drink the Book Giveaway: 'Homemade Soda'

I am a sucker for fruit soda. Raspberry or strawberry would be great.

The Best Surface For Baking Pizza: Finale

Thanks for this series! I have been needing to buy a new stone but once I saw you started this, I was going to wait until the end to pick one up.

Goodbye, Dumpling

You are and will continue to be missed Dumpling.

Weekend Giveaway: 'The Food Matters Cookbook'

I eat vegetarian most of the time and vegan often. When I do eat meat, I try to know where the meat came from.

Drink the Book: Cocktail Techniques by Kazuo Uyeda

I usually stick with vodka cranberry. I need to mix it up.

Canadians who grocery shop in the States

I pick up as many boxes of Cheez-its as I can carry when I go back to the US.

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Charles Chocolates' Edible Chocolate Holiday Box

It changes day to day but today it would be the Nutella pizza at Famoso.

Cook the Book: 'The Gourmet Cookie Book'

An oatmeal cookie at the Duchess Bakery in Edmonton Alberta. It was made of magic.

Cook the Book: 'The Sweet Potato Lover's Cookbook'

Some of my favourite comfort food is mashed sweet potatoes! Of course with a touch of maple syrup.

The 12 Days of Dumpling in a Halloween Costume: Lobster

Teachertalk, I do too! As soon as I got home from university today I checked for today's costume. Also when my husband gets homes from work I tell him what Dumpling was wearing today but he doesn't seem to care as much as I do.

The 12 Days of Dumpling in a Halloween Costume: Corn on the Cob

I wish this could be 365 days of Dumpling in food costumes.

Cook the Book: 'The Pot and How to Use It: The Mystery and Romance of the Rice Cooker'

I use my rice cooker 5-7 days a week for rice but my heart belongs to my KitchenAid mixer. I don't want to ever go back to making whipped creme or whipped egg whites for angel food cake by hand ever again.

Cook the Book: 'Street Food of India'

Tacos in Costa Rica. There was some magical sauce on there that I will dream about for the rest of my life.

Just the Flax, Ma'am: How To Incorporate Flax Seeds Into Your Diet

I've been making flax banana muffins each week for breakfast for a couple months now. I buy it already ground in the bulk bin section. I go through it pretty fast so I don't bother with buying them whole and grinding them myself since the ground and whole are the same price.

Thanks for the post. I will try and add it to other things too!

Fondant Cakes: I'm so over them.

Me too. I hate fondant for actual eating. I peel it off and throw it away. It often looks nice but I think it takes way more skill to ice a cake without it and have it look wonderful.