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Chop and Stir cooking, cooks, family, food, recipes

Alex, Cheryl, and Mike are building Chop and Stir to share our favorite recipes and techniques with our food friends. We hope that these blog posts will inspire you to cook and eat together as a family at home, and invent recipes of your own. By alumnus Mike Shwe.

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Life as a feast baking, cooking, gastronomy

A recent Stanford graduate, currently working in a Stanford Medical School lab, chronicles her adventures in the world of gastronomy - cooking, baking, eating out, and generally enjoying food.

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Modern Beet cooking, farming, food, food politics, recipes, thoughtful eating, vegetables

Modern Beet is about Thoughtful Eating--knowing where your food comes from, how and by whom it is grown, how it affects your body, and the politics that might affect it. Every entry features a recipe that highlights a topic discussed in the post, and all recipes have an emphasis on locally grown and seasonal foods.

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Orangette cookbooks, cooking, cooks, food, recipes

Molly Wizenberg, author of "A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from my Kitchen Table," posts recipes and photos.

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Our Life in Meals cooking, family, food, home chef, recipes

One couple, one kitchen, and one over the top food adventure!

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Panini Happy cooking, food, recipes

Recipes, tips and tales from the panini grill

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Simply Recipes cooking, culinary, food, recipes

A food blog, focused on home cooking using whole ingredients.

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Sodium Girl cooking, food, low salt, nutrition, recipes, reduced sodium

Mind-blowing low-sodium recipes and pretty pictures of food.

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The Gourmet Project cooking, food, recipes

By day: mathematician. By night: food blogger. I am cooking my way through the 1293 recipes in The Gourmet Cookbook, and blogging about it!

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