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October 31 2014

17:15
Could San Francisco Be the First U.S. City to Pass a Soda Tax? — Food News
17:00
What's the Difference Between Fillet and Filet? — Word of Mouth
16:30
Pomegranates, the Jewels of Winter — Ingredient Intelligence
15:30
These 7 Foods Show That Sometimes Store-Bought Is Better (Or At Least More Practical) — Grocery Intelligence
15:00
Black Kitchens Are Not Spooky. Here Are 5 That Prove It. — Kitchen Inspiration
14:30
11 Ways to Make Washing Dishes More Cheery and Less Dreary — Reader Intelligence Report
13:35
Catch The Kitchn on Serious Eats — As Seen In
13:30
A Brunch for Champions: Apple Cider Waffles with Salted Caramel — Delicious Links
13:00
Can You Recommend a Very Quiet Refrigerator? — Good Questions
12:30
There's a Sofa in This Kitchen (and We Love It!) — Kitchen Spotlight
12:00
Cooking School Day 20: Bake — The Kitchn’s Cooking School
11:00
7 Ways to Incorporate Art into Your Kitchen — Apartment Therapy
10:01
Pain d’épices presque bio super moelleux de Thierry Mulhaupt
04:25
A bientôt !
04:01
Baked Eggs with Merguez Sausage, Tomatoes, and Smoky Paprika
03:57
Coconut Quinoa Bowl
01:42

Bacon Peanut Brittle

Bacon Peanut Brittle Recipe

If you don’t want to mess with a candy thermometer, this quick-and-easy bacon peanut brittle is for you.–Morgan Murphy and Editors of Southern Living

LC Sweetly, Salty, Smoky Brittle Note

An altogether unexpected yet inspired concoction of sweetness, saltiness, and smokiness, this bacon peanut brittle will put your childhood recollections of...

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October 30 2014

19:00
This Cookbook Will Make You Throw Your Sad Burrito Out the Window Immediately — New Cookbook First Look
18:30
Kitchen Confidence: Home Cooking Tips from Kelsey Nixon — October Maker Talk
18:30
5 Last-Minute Halloween Costumes For Food-Lovers
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