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8 Food Blog Links We Love

February 28, 2014

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With the Oscars on Sunday, you've got the perfect excuse to throw a party. Because most of your guests will be parked on the couch or floor all night, eyes glued to the TV, you'll want to whip up plenty of small bites that require little fuss. A few snacks, sweets, and a cocktail (for good measure) should do the trick. These links will help.

Okonomiyaki BurgerPistachio Butter ToastKorean DumplingsGrilled Pears with Cinnamon Drizzle

  • These little burgers -- topped with Japanese mayo, bonito flakes, and seaweed -- are not your average sliders. (I Am a Food Blog.)
  • Speaking of inventive toppings, try pistachio butter and candied kumquats on your crostini. (Princess Tofu.)
  • These delicate Korean dumplings are filled with tofu and kimchi. (Seven Spoons.)
  • Get out your grill (or grill pan) and make these pears with cinnamon drizzle. (A House in the Hills.)

Honey Roasted ChickpeasChickpea CrackersGrapefruit Rum CocktailButtered Popcorn Cupcakes

  • These spice-roasted chickpeas are addictively crunchy. (Vintage Mixer.)
  • A different take on chickpeas: za'atar-spiced garbanzo flour crackers. (Dolly and Oatmeal.)
  • Every party needs a little booze! Try this grapefruit and rum cocktail. (Pastry Affair.)
  • You won't find a more perfect Oscar-viewing dessert than buttered popcorn cupcakes. (A Beautiful Mess.)

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

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Photos on top by (clockwise) I Am a Food Blog, Princess Tofu, Seven SpoonsA House in the Hills

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) Vintage MixerDolly and Oatmeal, Pastry AffairA Beautiful Mess

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