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8 Food Blog Links We Love

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Did you stay up late every night this week watching the Olympics and House of Cards? Yeah, so did we. The result of which was a frantic, grab-what-you-can breakfast situation after pressing snooze one too many times. Make up for all of your missed breakfast opportunities this weekend with plenty of smoothies, eggs, pastries, and bacon. (Always bacon.) Just read these links first.

Bacon SandwichBerry Bliss Smoothie BowlCilbirEgg Muffins

  • Bacon, cream cheese, and toast form the holy breakfast trinity. (Eat in My Kitchen.)
  • This Turkish dish pairs poached eggs, herbed yogurt, and chili butter -- perfect for brunch. (Lady and Pups.)
  • If you must take breakfast to-go, make these portable egg muffins. (Hortus.)

Lime CurdLight and Fluffy Gluten-Free BiscuitsBanana Bread DoughnutsBanana-Rum Scones

  • Step one: Make a big batch of lime curd. (Orangette.)
  • But save some bananas for these banana-rum scones! Save some rum, too -- it's Friday after all. (Offbeat + Inspired.)

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

Photos on top by (clockwise) Eat in My Kitchen, Will Frolic for Food, Lady and Pups, Hortus

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) Orangette, Autumn Makes and Does, Flourishing Foodie, Offbeat + Inspired

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8 months ago Meike Peters ° eat in my kitchen

Thanks for featuring eat in my kitchen in your "Blog Links We Love"! I'm very happy you included my bacon sandwich with balsamic vinegar cream cheese and basil.

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8 months ago Dori

That berry bliss smoothie looks amazing - can't believe it's made with tahini.

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8 months ago holly

This is fantastic, delectable recipes and valiant effort scouting them out, you guys are the greatest!

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8 months ago RENEE

Thanks for the feature! I've been on a big tahini kick recently. So goood. (and yes I watched every episode of house of cards in 4 days, so thanks for this quick breakfast roundup!)

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8 months ago Sarah

Check out Yes, more please! (yes-moreplease.com) Yummy recipes and amazing photos of the entire process, step by step!

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8 months ago Muffinj

Sooo many new blogs to discover - so many wonderful foods to try !!!!!
I love Nikki Moore's mincedblog.com also known as http://www.n2foodlove.com...
Her food is delicious, from all over the world, often easy, often challenging. A definite must visit site!!!!!!

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8 months ago Kate | Veggie Desserts

Lime curd sounds delicious! And tahini in a smoothie? Genius.

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8 months ago Belinda

Hi Lauren. I enjoy your work. I've been reading many of the comments throughout your posts. I think why some people have been commenting about the blog "Cooking With Mr. C." (which is one of my favorites) is because it's so "real". Yes the pictures look beautiful on some of the blogs you recommend, but so does "Cooking With Mr. C." The gentleman's blog is so relatable to most Americans. It's most of the food we buy and cook. It looks like the dishes we have in our homes. As I love Emeril, most Americans are cooking like Rachel Ray. All of my girlfriends are constantly on the lookout for blogs we can relate to. Just a thought. Belinda

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8 months ago Farmonplate

These are delicious links - Lime curd sounds fantastic!

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8 months ago molly yeh

these all look awesome! tahini in a smoothie, that is genius.