8 Food Blog Links We Love

November 22, 2013

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You don't need us to remind you that Thanksgiving is less than a week away. You've probably created shopping lists, brainstormed tablescapes and perhaps, if you're particularly ambitious, you've started prepping food for the big day. But in case you haven't nailed down your menu yet, we've rounded up some extraordinary links from the food blog world to help make this year's Thanksgiving feast the best one yet.

Waffle Stuffing with SausageHomemade Yogurt CheeseUltimate Thanksgiving PunchRugelach with Cranberry Port Jam

  • To keep hunger at bay before the big meal, serve guests this tangy homemade cheese on crackers or crostini. (Petite Kitchen.)
  • A Thanksgiving punch that's big (and boozy) enough to keep the whole family happy. (Honestly YUM.)
  • For those celebrating Thanksgivukkah: Gluten-free rugelach with cranberry port jam. (The Bojon Gourmet.)

Cheesy Cauliflower GratinSalty Honey PieDelicata Squash and Cranberry SaladSpiced Cranberry Jam

  • This cheesy cauliflower gratin will be the side dish that everyone fights over. (An Edible Mosaic.)
  • Who says pumpkin pie should get all the love? Whip up this salty honey pie too. (Lottie + Doof.)
  • Delicata squash and cranberries make this the perfect seasonal salad to serve alongside dinner. (The Kitchen Sink.)
  • Skip the canned stuff and make this spiced cranberry jam instead. (Food in Jars.)

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

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Photos on top by (clockwise) Crepes of Wrath, Petite Kitchen, Honestly YUM, The Bojon Gourmet

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) An Edible Mosaic, Lottie + Doof, The Kitchen Sink, Food in Jars

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Eva G. November 25, 2013
Well since it's Christmas time, I was inspired to make my own mulled wine last night in the comfort of my own home :)
And then I used the left over wine to bake a CAKE!
(also on the website there)
Chef H. November 22, 2013
Made my own ricotta this week, & then used it for a couple of recipes:
Lauren K. November 22, 2013
You've inspired me to try making my own ricotta this weekend!
Chef H. November 23, 2013
Glad you've decided to take the plunge, is actually quite easy. Just takes time.
Carley (. November 23, 2013
Funny! I just wrote about my favorite bruschetta with homemade ricotta. Homemade ricotta is just phenomenal, isn't it?