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Chicken Pot Pie Soup (Gluten and Dairy Free!)

When I was a kid, I’d whine to my dad that I was bored and he would jokingly tell me to go jump in a snow pile. That’s about to happen because there’s about 3 or 4 feet of snow on the ground. FEET OF SNOW. It’s becoming comical. There’s hardly anywhere left to put it.

With the 72 inches of snow Boston has seen over a two week span, most people I know are in hibernation mode. Hibernation mode calls for hot meals made from whatever is already in the kitchen, and we’ve been hooked on soups and stews.

Gluten Free Dairy Free Chicken Pot Pie Soup

 

Oh, there’s chicken and frozen veggies in the freezer? And some fresh vegetables that need to be used up? Hello, chicken pot pie (sort of)!

 

Gluten Free Dairy Free Chicken Pot Pie Soup

This recipe is inspired from a take-out soup business that used to be downtown. My favorite soup was their chicken pot pie soup. The restaurant closed a few years ago, but I’ve missed the soup which was simply a chicken pot pie filling. I made this meal dairy-free by substituting a can of coconut milk for cream or regular milk, and used a gluten-free all purpose flour mix to thicken up the broth.

The result? This is as close to a regular chicken pot pie filling you’re ever going to get. I couldn’t believe how well the flavors melded together! You wouldn’t know coconut milk was used. The recipe below calls for 3 tablespoons of gluten-free flour, but I think you could probably throw in another teaspoon or tablespoon to thicken up the broth even more. If you’re really motivated, you could make a gluten-free pie crust topping, and crumble it on top. After shoveling several feet of snow, I’m fine with this soup the way it is!

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Gluten Free Dairy Free Chicken Pot Pie Soup

Chicken Pot Pie Soup (Gluten and Dairy Free!)
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Ingredients
  • 2 boneless chicken breasts
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 small yellow onion
  • 2 celery stalks
  • 3 cups chicken stock
  • 1 (16oz) can coconut milk
  • 3 cups mixed frozen vegetables (I used a corn, green bean, carrot, peas mix)
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp dairy-free butter
  • 3 Tbsp Gluten-Free All Purpose Flour (I used Bob's Red Mill.)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • all-purpose, no salt seasoning mix
Instructions
  1. Cut chicken breasts into small, bite sized pieces. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Coat a pan with 1 Tbsp of olive oil over medium heat. Cook chicken thoroughly. Set aside.
  3. Heat 1 Tbsp of butter in a 5 or 6 qt pot. Add the carrots and cook for 1 minute.
  4. Add the celery and onion. Season with all-purpose seasoning. Cook until onions are translucent.
  5. Stir in flour. Pour in chicken stock and coconut milk. Bring to a boil.
  6. Add chicken and frozen mixed vegetables. Season with salt, pepper, and seasoning mix.
  7. Cook on medium for about 30-40 minutes.

 

A Little Sugar for Cookies For Kids’ Cancer – #OXOGoodCookies

You know what can bring happiness? A freshly baked cookie. A sugary, delicious treat can put a smile on almost anyone’s face. It’s also one of the ultimate comfort foods someone can make for a friend or family member who is going through a difficult time. It’s also good to do something for a great cause, which is why I’m participating in OXO’s blog campaign for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer.

#OXOGoodCookies

If you haven’t heard of Cookies For Kids’ Cancer, it was created in 2007 by two OXO employees whose 2-year-old son was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. At the time, there were few effective treatments available due to a lack of funding. Liam’s mom, Gretchen, organized a team of volunteers who baked and sold 96,000 cookies, and raised more than $400,000 for research. Amazing, right?

Since 2008, grant money awarded by Cookies For Kids’ Cancer has resulted in 9 promising new treatments. Boston is fortunate to be the home of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, which is one of five partner centers for Cookies For Kids’ Cancer. They receive annual research grants to research and develop new treatments for pediatric cancer. Dana-Farber recently received a $100,000 grant from Cookies For Kids’ Cancer to support the research of Dr. Kimberly Stegmaier, who is working to discover details about genetic underpinnings and potential drug targets in neuroblastoma.

Dr. Stegmaier, the Co-Director of the Pediatric Hematologic Malignacy Program, says, “This generous gift from Cookies For Kids’ Cancer is advancing our ability to understand the drivers of neuroblastoma, which remains one of the most challenging pediatric cancers. This is a critical next step to help uncover novel therapeutic targets and expand treatment options for young patients battling this illness.”

 

#OXOGoodCookies

So for this Cookies For Kids’ Cancer blog post, I decided to give a classic sugar cookie recipe a try from the How Can It Be Gluten-Free cookbook from America’s Test Kitchen. Have you tried any of the recipes yet? Jeff has been baking sandwich bread using their recipe, which is delicious. But the sugar cookie recipe? No, but seriously, how can it possibly be gluten-free?!?! The buttery, sugary deliciousness is spot on.

These baking tools from OXO came in super handy. Baking is chemistry, so exact measurements are pretty important. I love how these measuring cups and spoons come with a scrapper so exact measurements are easy to do. And if you ever baked a gluten-free goodie before, you know how dough can be sticky. The America’s Test Kitchen recipe takes care of this issue! Hooray! But just in case you roll the dough too thin, I found another use for OXO’s frosting spatula –  it is awesome to cut excess dough.

#OXOGoodCookies

#OXOGoodCookies

Cookies for Kids' Cancer

 

OXO is a huge supporter of Cookies For Kids’ Cancer, and every year they make a significant donation through sales of specially marked OXO products. For every stickered item sold, OXO will donate 25 cents in support of pediatric cancer research as part of its $100,000 pledge to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. (Look for specially marked OXO products at participating retailers.) That is a full grant for one of the five partner centers!

How else can you become involved? You can host a bake sale, a cookie swap, a team building activity for your workplace or school… There are a bunch of details and other ideas on the Cookies For Kids’ Cancer website.

 

#OXOGoodCookies

So besides being a gluten-free sugar cookie, I put a little twist into the frosting. I made the frosting with coconut milk (had a little leftover that needed to be used), and added pumpkin pie seasoning to taste. The pumpkin pie spice added a little something special to a traditional sugar cookie. And really, who doesn’t like pumpkin flavored sweets?

#OXOGoodCookies

Sadly, I can’t post a recipe for the cookies here because I didn’t obtain permission from America’s Test Kitchen. BOOOOOO, massive fail on my part! I’m so sorry! But I CAN tell you that the recipe is on pages 234 and 235 – you should get “The How Can It Be Gluten-Free Cookbook” out of your library or order it on Amazon.com.

 

You can find OXO, Cookies For Kids’ Cancer, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute on social media:

Twitter: @OXO | @Cookies4Kids | @danafarber

Facebook:  facebook.com/OXO | facebook.com/CookiesForKidsCancer | facebook.com/danafarbercancerinstitute

Pinterest: pinterest.com/OXO | pinterest.com/Cookies4Kids | pinterest.com/DFCI

 

 

* In 2014, OXO will donate up to $100,000 to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer through specially marked baking tools, bake sale matches and other fundraising efforts. Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is a recognized 501c(3) public charity duly incorporated under the laws of the state of New Jersey. Your donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law. 100% of proceeds raised by Cookies for Kids’ Cancer fund pediatric cancer research.

 

Disclosure: OXO provided me with the products for this blog post. I was not given any additional compensation, and opinions are my own.

DRINKmaple Smoothie Recipe

I’m not ready to let go of summer… I know it’s nearing the end of September, and the weather today feels more like late October, but I’m still grasping on to the warmth of the sun and whatever summertime recipes I can easily whip up! Maybe you’re feeling the same way, which is why I’m sharing two delicious smoothie recipes from DRINKmaple. Forget coconut water – maple water is where it’s at! (Okay, I’m just partial to maple flavor anything. 😉 ) It’s a refreshing bottled water with just a hint of maple – perfect for a hot day.

I spent an afternoon this summer photographing these recipes with DRINKmaple co-founder Kate Weiler. And here’s a link to locations where DRINKmaple is sold. Enjoy!

 

DRINKmaple smoothie

 

 

Watermelon Mint Maple Water Cooler

1 cup of seedless watermelon
1/2 container (1/2 cup) of DRINKmaple pure maple water
1/2 cup ice
6 leaves of fresh mint
optional: to make this an alcoholic drink add a shot of cucumber vodka

Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
Strawberry Vanilla Maple Water Smoothie

1 cup frozen strawberries
1/4 cup raw cashews
1 tbsp chia seeds
2 medjool dates
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup ice
1 container (1 cup) of DRINKmaple pure maple water

Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

 

 

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad

I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am to have a backyard again… After spending years living in brick apartment buildings, I’ve been soaking up every second I can outside! It feels like a luxury being able to sit under a tree with a book without having to get in my car and drive to a park. Jeff and I have also been learning how to grill! He found a perfectly good Weber grill on Craigslist, cleaned it up, and we’ve been grilling up burgers and veggies over the past few weeks.

Our friends Kelly and Pat came to visit from Toronto this past weekend. Kelly is one of my nearest and dearest friends in the world, and her culinary knowledge and talent never ceases to amaze me! Before I met Kelly, the only green vegetable I ate was iceberg lettuce. So I blame my current, much, MUCH more sophisticated palate on her. 😉

Her visit coincided with an invitation from OXO to participate in their #WhatAGrillWants blogger campaign, which was perfect because Jeff and I invited a bunch of people over for a cookout. OXO sent a bunch of new grilling tools to try out – a bladed meat tenderizer, a little salad dressing shaker, a corn stripper, a silicone basting brush, and 16 inch tongs.

OXO #WhatAGrillWants

I’m not quite sure what Kelly and Jeff are thumb wrestling over, but it was a fun moment in the kitchen as we prepared everything for the grill! Using a bladed meat tenderizer was interesting… I grew up with my mom and grandmother using a fork to do it, so I wasn’t quite sure how beneficial this tool would be. With 50 blades in the OXO bladed meat tenderizer, we sure saved some time! This tool is used like a stamp, and you have to push down really hard to get the blades through the meat. (With 50 blades in a tool, I’m GLAD it takes some muscle to press it down!)

OXO #WhatAGrillWants

OXO also sent a super cute and handy little salad dressing shaker, which we used to make a marinade for the pork.

OXO #WhatAGrillWants

I love this salad dressing shaker! You can’t really see it in the photo, but one side of the cup has measuring lines for cups, and the other has lines for ounces. And the cap has an airtight, leakproof seal, so it’s perfect for shaking up salad dressings or marinades. I wouldn’t hesitate bringing this to other cookouts or picnics!

While the pork marinaded, I decided to throw together a Cajun-style grilled corn salad. I looooove Mexican-style corn on the cob, but don’t really enjoy the mess that comes along with eating it. And I’ve been dying to use this delicious Cajun spice blend I picked up at the New Orleans School of Cooking during a recent vacation.

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Onto the grill the corn went. We turned the corn every couple of minutes, and left them on the grill just long enough to get a nice, charred look. The OXO tongs came in really handy here – the tips don’t have sharp edges like a lot of other grill tools, so later on when we grilled other veggies wrapped in foil, Jeff didn’t accidentally poke holes through the foil with the tongs.

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Then we got to use my favorite tool out of the whole kit – the corn stripper. This tool is so easy to use! There’s a blade on the bottom, which cuts the kernels off the cob, and they collect inside a little cup attached to it instead of spilling all over the place.

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWantsOnce all the kernels were shed, I mixed in cheese, a tiny bit of mayonnaise, garlic, the Cajun spice mix, and some fresh green onions from our garden to create the corn salad. You can get the recipe at the bottom of this post! It’s a super easy cookout recipe everyone will love. It can be served warm right off the grill or chilled. I made a little more this week with an ear of leftover corn, and tossed it in with a regular salad. So good!

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Anyway, the tongs came in handy again when it was time to put the pork on the grill. The basting brush was pretty cool to use as well – there are gaps in the center bristles that trap liquids, so we were able to spread a lot more marinade on the roasts.

OXO #WhatAGrillWants

OXO #WhatAGrillWants

It was so fun cooking outside with wonderful friends we don’t get to see very often. It’s just what we do. 🙂 Thanks to OXO for making our cookout a little more fun and easy!

Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad - OXO #WhatAGrillWants

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for OXO, and I received the grill tools from them for free. No other compensation was provided, and opinions here are my own.

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Cajun-Style Grilled Corn Salad
Recipe type: Side Dish
Serves: 6-8
 
Ingredients
  • Vegetable oil (for the grill)
  • ½ cup Pecorino Romano grated cheese
  • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
  • 4 teaspoons lime juice
  • 1 medium garlic clove, minced
  • ¾ teaspoon Cajun spice blend (or chili powder)
  • ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • green onions, sliced thin
  • 6 large ears of corn, husks removed
Instructions
  1. Turn all the burners on high and allow the grill to become very hot.
  2. Once you scrape the grate clean, oil it by dipping a paper towel in vegetable oil. Use tongs to oil the grate!
  3. Place the ears of corn on the grill, turning them every 2 minutes or so until the kernels start to char.
  4. Combine the cheese, mayonnaise, lime juice, garlic, Cajun spice mix (or chili powder), black pepper, and salt.
  5. When the corn is done, allow to cool for a few minutes. Using the OXO corn stripper, remove the kernels from the cob and empty the container into a medium mixing bowl.
  6. Toss in the cheese, mayo, and spice mixture and mix until the corn kernels are coated. Top with green onions, to taste.

 

EH Chocolatier’s CSC (Community Supported Chocolate!)

CSA’s are pretty fantastic and convenient, but Boston’s first community supported chocolate?! YES. It’s starting up next month, and runs through March 2014. This was a really fun photography project to work on! Find out more about EH Chocolatier’s CSC program here.

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Turkey Vegetable Meatloaf

The idea of “Project Use All The Food Products In My Kitchen” kind of got launched with I made a gluten-free version of my grandmother’s banana bread. I had come home from the market one afternoon, stood in front of my pantry, and played a game of Tetris to make everything fit. It’s somewhat organized – spices are on a little rack, bottles are next to it, boxes are lined up… But I realized I kept buying new ingredients for recipes and not using enough of what I already have. I’ve also been eating out way too much, and rather see that money either in my bank account or spent on a vacation. Or on the road bike I’ve been lusting over for longer than I care to admit. Or on a gorgeous pair of shoes. 😉

Anyway, this food clutter situation extends into my freezer. For the next few weeks, there’s seriously no reason to purchase anything other than vegetables, fruit, milk, eggs, and maybe bread. And that’s how this turkey meatloaf recipe came to be. What did I have on hand, and what could I make with it? A package of ground turkey in the freezer, a red onion that had nothing better to do than be cooked in butter, a portobello mushroom that overstayed it’s welcome, and oh hey – some baby spinach would probably taste great and add some awesome color. The only bread crumbs I had were gluten-free, so those got thrown in. I didn’t have enough ketchup for a traditional meatloaf recipe, but I did have a jar of Dave’s Gourmet Red Heirloom Organic Pasta Sauce that I found on sale at Whole Foods a few weeks ago! (I often see Dave’s Gourmet sauces in Home Goods too. Always fun to save a few pennies by buying it there.)

turkey vegetable meatloaf recipe

Um, I don’t ever want to eat “regular” meatloaf again. This will be my go-to recipe. Jeff says it’s addictive. We almost polished off the ENTIRE loaf for dinner, restraining ourselves and leaving two pieces for the next day’s lunch. I made this a little over a week ago while on the verge of getting sick, so I made it again this weekend just to make sure my tastebuds weren’t off…

I might go back into the kitchen after writing this and have thirds!

 

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Turkey Vegetable Meatloaf
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Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1 cup red onion, chopped
  • 2 medium (or 1 large) portobello mushroom, chopped
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • A handful of baby spinach
  • 1¼ lbs ground turkey
  • ½ cup bread crumbs (substitute gluten-free bread crumbs, if you'd like)
  • 1 egg
  • ¾ cup Dave's Gourmet Red Heirloom Organic Pasta Sauce
  • ¾ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Melt the butter in a skillet.
  3. Add the onion, mushroom, and garlic and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the spinach when the mixture has a minute or so left to cook.
  4. Spoon mixture into a bowl to cool for a few minutes.
  5. Combine turkey, bread crumbs, egg, pasta sauce, salt, pepper, and the vegetable mixture.
  6. Spread the meatloaf into an 8x4 loaf pan. (I lined mine with parchment paper.)
  7. Bake for 50-55 minutes.

 

Side Note – This is not a sponsored post. I seriously had a jar of Dave’s Gourmet sauce sitting around, begging to be used.

 

Mmmmm, bacon! Food Photography for Bacon Lab

The quest for the perfect slice of bacon is on! It seems like it’s everywhere these days, appearing on traditional BLT sandwiches, to donuts and ice cream. Kim Courtney of Bacon Lab is on a mission to create a flavored, shelf-stable bacon product and recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to get her vision off the ground. I recently spent an afternoon photographing (and tasting!) the four flavors she’s developed so far – maple and brown sugar, bourbon, sriracha, and chocolate and almond. Bacon Lab has already received a mention on Boston Magazine’s website, and has a little under a month to reach the fundraising goal.

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Mama’s banana bread, with a twist!

The cool, rainy, dreary weather created an irresistible urge to play in the kitchen… As I went through my cookbooks, I found a little book my mother put together a few years ago, containing several of my grandmother’s favorite dessert recipes. Her banana bread was always delicious, and I luckily had a few overripe bananas on hand.

I also have a variety of flours I’ve been wanting to experiment with. I stocked up on almond, millet, quinoa, and other types of gluten-free flours awhile ago for a few different cookbook recipes. So instead of using the all-purpose flour the recipe called for, I created my own flour combination. Regular wheat flour (all-purpose flour) is made by grinding roots and grains together, and each gluten-free flour is a particular kind of grain, starch, bean, or nut. They taste best when a few are combined together.

I chose quinoa, millet, and buckwheat flours for a few simple reasons. I never tried quinoa or buckwheat flours, and I had just a little bit of millet leftover. I also wanted to use millet flour because it’s slightly sweet and adds a crumbly texture to baked goods. Quinoa flour was an easy choice because I’ve seen several recipes for cakes and cupcakes that use it, and I read that buckwheat flour pairs great with chocolate. (Have to love anything that pairs well with chocolate!)

Back to Mama’s recipe. The first ingredient – 1/2 cup of shortening. That was quickly replaced with a 1/2 stick of unsalted butter. The 2 cups of all-purpose flour was replaced with 2/3 cups of each gluten-free flour. Chocolate isn’t in her original recipe, but I had a bag of semi-sweet chips on hand, so why not add that too?

Gluten-Free Banana Bread

The first attempt was pretty decent. The loaf could have stayed in the oven for another 10 minutes – it took a lot longer to bake than what Mama’s recipe instructed. It also came out really sweet, and a bit dense for my liking. So I tried again. I cut down the sugar from 1 1/2 cups to 1 cup, and traded in the semi-sweet chocolate chips for dark chocolate. I also made sure the butter was at room temperature before mixing it in with the sugar, and mixed it for a lot longer than what I did the first time around. (It took about 6-7 minutes for the sugar and butter to cream together.)

The result was much better the second time around. While banana bread isn’t meant to be light and spongy, it came out less dense than the first loaf. Cutting down the sugar and changing the chocolate was another good call. This is a rich bread – not a super sweet cake. That, and dark chocolate rules. Enjoy the weekend!

Gluten-Free Banana Bread

Mama's (Gluten-Free!) Banana Bread
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Cuisine: Dessert
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The prep time is approximate.
Ingredients
  • ½ cup unsalted butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • ¼ cup sour milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ⅔ cup quinoa flour
  • ⅔ cup millet flour
  • ⅔ cup buckwheat flour
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • ¾ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 2-3 mashed ripe bananas
  • 1 11.5 package of extra dark chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. To make sour milk, add 1 teaspoon of vinegar to the ¼ cup of milk.
  3. Prepare the flour mixture - in a bowl, whisk together all the dry ingredients until well combined.
  4. In a separate large mixing bowl, mix together the butter and sugar.
  5. Beat in the eggs, then add the sour milk and vanilla. Mix until everything is combined.
  6. Continuing to mix the wet ingredients, gradually add the dry.
  7. Once the dry ingredients are fully mixed in, add the bananas.
  8. Pour in the chocolate chips and fold into the batter.
  9. Line a 5" x 9" loaf pan with parchment paper, and pour the mixture in.
  10. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour 30 minutes.

 

Easiest Healthy Breakfast Ever – Granola Parfaits

Besides pouring some cereal into a bowl and drowning it in milk, how much easier can breakfast get? After a few weeks of eating too many bagels on-the-go, a change in routine was a necessity. One of the brunch items at the Food Blog Forum conference was a mason jar parfait filled with yogurt, fruit, and granola. With a package of Bear Naked granola tucked in the conference swag bag (fruit and nut mix), there was no good reason to skip making this at home!

Breakfast Granola parfait

I picked up Choboni greek yogurt, tossed in some blackberries and sliced strawberries, and topped it off with the fruit and nut granola. I made several small containers for the week so I could save time each morning. I’m not a ball of sunshine and energy at 6am – the less I have to do before a few cups of coffee, the better! Since the fruit is layered between the yogurt and granola, the granola never got soggy. The serving size container kept everything fresh.

breakfast granola parfaits

 

Easiest Breakfast Ever - Granola Parfaits
Cuisine: Breakfast
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Serves: 1
 
Ingredients
  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt
  • ¼ cup granola
  • Whatever berries or other fruit you would like
Instructions
  1. Yogurt goes on the bottom
  2. Layer the fruit on top of the yogurt (this prevents the granola from becoming soggy)
  3. Top it off with the granola

 

Food Blog Forum – Brunch at Whole Foods in Orlando

Food Blog Forum

 The brunch at Whole Foods in Orlando gets a separate post because I was able to photograph food in decent light. (And the other posts were getting lengthy… 😉 )

Mason jar parfaits, BBQ pork on habanero corn bread, quinoa breakfast salad, strawberry caprese… After all the excitement of the weekend, a leisurely Sunday brunch was a great way to unwind and spend more time with new friends. I’m not going to “talk” too much in this post… I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.

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Whole Foods Orlando

Todd Porter and Diane Cu

Loved seeing Diane and Todd again!

I met some really cool, wonderful, talented people during the conference. Some of them are writers, others are chefs, and most simply enjoy sharing their love of cooking and food. I hope you take a few minutes to check out their blogs!

In no particular order:

Julius of Droolius

Erin of Eat Bake Drink Cook

Vijay of NoshOnIt.com

Annelies of The Food Poet

Kiran of KiranTarun.com

Kasey of Kasey’s Kitchen

Charles of Local Forkful

Lindsey of Love and Olive Oil

Heather of Heather Likes Food

Katie of Katie’s Cucina

Ashley of Couture Palate

Tricia of Once a Month Mom

Stephanie of Macaroni and Cheesecake

Jessica of Cooking Bright