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When you don’t want leftovers (because we both know who will eat them): | 27 Awesome Charts That Will Turn You Into A Baking Genius

27 Awesome Charts That Will Turn You Into A Baking Genius

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Ahhh ... larder storage units for my tiny kitchen cupboard. Magazine storage files from Amazon. Bliss!

Mimi's Crafty World!

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A mom's real life after-pregnancy-progress: Help on what to keep and what to throw out! And tips on how to pack your meals!

Britney Munday: 6 Month Postpartum Progress

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Coco Plum or Fat Poc

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Bahamian Scorch Conch

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Sapodilla is a tropical fruit that readily grows in florida and central america and has many nutritional and health benefits. A perfectly ripe sapodilla tastes like a pear that has been baked in brown sugar. Sapodillas are a good source of vitamins A, C, & B-complex as well as minerals such as iron, copper, and potassium. They are rich in antioxidant compounds called tannins which have potent anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and anti-cancer properties.

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Delicious Conch Salad - Recipes from the Bahamas

Caribbean Conch Salad - Recipe

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Cornmeal Porridge. Heather May Lewinson: I grew up on this!! May have been born in the UK but my dad kept Jamaica alive in our house!!!

Jamaican Cornmeal Porridge Recipe

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Jamaican sorrel drink(great for the holidays) www.jamaicatravel...

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The large one on the left is Sour Sop, and the small one on the right is our Sugar Apple although I just saw someone call it 'sweet sop'.

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Tropical conch salad served inside a hollow pineaapple - a favorite at Jazz in the Gardens - Miami

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Kumquat: This pygmy of the citrus family is about the size of an olive, and the entire fruit, from peel to flesh, is edible. It’s actually the sweeter rind—not the tart, dry flesh—that houses most of the flavor. Kumquats are often candied or pickled; alternatively, we suggest slicing or halving and seeding them before adding them to desserts or baked goods.

Getting to Know: Winter Fruits - Cook's Country

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Kumquat Pomegranate Marmalade « Canned Time

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red wine poached seckel pears, served with orange and cinnamon flavored syrup, ice cream, and candied kumquats

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Candied Kumquats - Easy recipe. Nice present and delicious on ice cream

Winter Citrus, Revisited. Again.

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Roasted Red Pepper, Mozzarella & Basil Stuffed Chicken #lowcarb #protein

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The most awesome round up of Grilled Cheese Recipes around! YUM!

The most awesome round up of Grilled Cheese Recipes around! YUM! - Love Cars & Motorcycles

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ADORABLE --> Mini Shepherd's Pot Pies #comfort #cupcakepan #appetizer

Mini Shepherd's Pot Pies

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Refreshing Melon Ball Punch! This stuff is what summertime is made of! Fizzy, lightly sweetened and full of melon flavor! party drink, cocktail recipe, party food, Spring entertaining

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Lavender Lemon Scones: The perfect treat after binging on hours of Downton Abbey.

The Busty Baker: Lavender Lemon Scones

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A Trio of Summer Beverages | Guest Post From Reclaiming Provincial

A Trio of Summer Beverages | Guest Post From Reclaiming Provincial

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5 stars Hibiscus-Mint Iced Tea..a friend of mine made this and gave it the 5 stars..sounds yummy

Hibiscus-Mint Iced Tea

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Edible Beauties

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The light floral notes of hibiscus and the sweet/tart combination of strawberries and rhubarb make a cooling and lively iced tea.

Hibiscus Strawberry Rhubarb Iced Tea | Gourmande in the Kitchen

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