Food Blog Digest – Nuts, Ginger and a Holiday Gift Guide

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Days tend to move faster during winter time, and bloggers tend to blog more about the season and the holidays.  As we are not done with this lovely season, check out the blogs posts that celebrates the tastes of the month — and have a look at a holiday gift guide too.

Not Eating Out in New York – Ginger Ice Cream

Ice cream is probably the last thing on everyone’s minds right now as some parts of the country are being sprinkled with snow.  But this recipe for home-made ice cream, which uses the warm spice of candied ginger, might as well be the ticket that will warm up your heart.

Foodie Tots – A Salad for the Season

As we cannot get enough of spice, we combine it with the nuttiness of pecan, the sweet of the pear and the bite pomegranate.  This salad is a perfect side to any holiday feast or you can just highlight it as among the main dishes on your holiday table.

Vegalicious – Chestnuts

Chestnuts do not have to roast on an open fire to make a great impression.  This vegan breakfast recipe will make you want to have another serving of toast if not a handful of chestnuts draped in soy creamy white sauce.

Ideas in Food – Smoking the Chestnuts with Chestnut Shells

This brief blog post gives you an idea should you perform the chestnut roasting tradition.  The idea is simple: create a deeper chestnut flavor by using chestnut shells to smoke your chestnuts.  Great idea?  Read up.

A Sweet Spoonful – Holiday Gift Guide

As everyone seems to have amazing ideas for gifts these holidays, A Sweet Spoonful presents an amazing list that your foodie and non-foodie friends and family will appreciate.

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Blanca Valbuena
I am one of the co-founders of FriendsEAT. Obviously, I love to eat. Other passions include A Song of Ice and Fire, Shakespeare, Dostoyevski, and Aldous Huxley.
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