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Summer’s the very best time for all the fruit. I can’t get over just how much I am in into berries right now, you guys. I originally was going to make this a cherry cobbler, but then I saw the …

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I made these last winter, but I thought you needed them again. These rolls are from the King Arthur Flour All-Purpose Baking Cookbook, and they are so, so good. I recently bought yeast in a large jar, rather than just …

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Happy Holidays, everyone! If you’re like me, you might have waited until now until gifts, but lucky you did, because I’ve got some suggestions for you that will make anyone in your life who loves cooking happy. 1. Spice Subscription …

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Remember that Pumpkin Lentil Soup I made recently? I figured when I made it I needed to have something to dip in the soup, because let’s be real, soup’s better with a cracker or piece of bread. Enter these Basil …

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One of my New Year’s Resolutions was to cook more recipes from the books I have. I have a lot of cookbooks, and I love pouring over them and drooling at their beautiful photography, but I never have enough time …

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You guys, sometimes working in food is magical. Recently, I was thinking to myself I wanted to try the Pioneer Woman’s cobbler again with self-rising flour, instead of making my own, because I always find that the cobbler is a …

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The Internet is a never-ending porthole into other people’s lives, to interesting recipes and ideas, and to funny videos that will knock “Charlie bit me!” out of the water (just kidding, that is the funniest, forever.) Summer skies await me …

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Warning: The park opens this week. And we, here at Garlic, My Soul are already planning our trip to Isla Nublar. There is a fantastic and thorough map of the park up at Jurassic World’s website. You can peruse the …

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Somehow we got into a breakfast groove here. I am not complaining. I love a breakfast full of flavor (read: maple syrup) or that’s unexpected (read: sprinkles and sugar.) Sometimes you just have to Treat Yo Self in the morning. …

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Growing up on the east coast, and specifically in Connecticut, there were a handful of foods that when I now described to people seem very very strange. I love birch beer, for example, but when I moved to Michigan I …

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