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Farro, Barley, and Quinoa - Oh, My! - Six Easy Grain Bowl Salads #CulinaryCam

These grain bowl salads are the perfect Autumn side dish or main dish. And I love that they are so, so simple to assemble! Here are six variations using three different grains - farro, barley, and quinoa. But use whatever grains you have. These would be just as tasty with rice, freekah, or even buckwheat! You can watch the process on the CulinaryCam YouTube channel ...or right here! Ingredients are listed below for each bowl. But, as always,  I urge you to just be creative and use what you have. I love how easy these are to customize with whatever ingredients I have on-hand. They are colorful, toothy, and tasty. If you are local to me, I picked up all of the pantry items at The Quail & Olive in Carmel Valley. Anni always has great pantry items whose producers have great stories and make quality items. It's always a treat to go there and get inspired. Simple Crunch Quinoa Bowl 2 cups cooked quinoa 1/2 cup sliced purple cabbage 1/4 cup chopped celery 1/4 cup chopped bell pepper
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'Where the Crawdads Zing' Seafood Boil #BlendsBash #Sponsored

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Book Club Cookbook . I received complimentary product for the purpose of review and recipe development, but all opinions are honest and they are my own.  This page may contain affiliate links.   Several weeks ago, my contact at  The Book Club Cookbook  emailed, offering me a few  new spice blends  to participate in their 2021 #BlendsBash.  You betcha!  So, I planned to share a series of recipes. The first I posted was my Chai a Little Tenderness Autumn Muffins recipe. This is the second recipe. Stay tuned for the others. Where the Crawdads Zing  is a blend that was described as a 'Gulf Coast Bay Seasoning'. Comprised of a mixture of celery seed, sea salt, cayenne pepper, yellow mustard powder, thyme, paprika, black pepper, ginger, and bay, I figured I would use it as I would use Old Bay. And - in a moment of serendipity - my mom requested a seafood boil for her birthday dinner. Done! Ingredients  comfortably fed 8 people

Tapas on Toast: Spanish Montaditos + 2017 Sierras de Málaga Laderas de Sedella Anfora #WorldWineTravel

  Martin of ENOFYLZ Wine Blog is hosting this month's World Wine Travel group. He has the group exploring Andalucía; you can read his invitation here . If you are reading this early enough, feel free to join in our Twitter chat on Saturday, October 23rd at 8am Pacific. Follow the hashtag #WorldWineTravel and be sure to add that to anything you tweet so we can see it. Camilla of Culinary Adventures with Camilla offers Tapas on Toast: Spanish Montaditos + 2017 Sierras de Málaga Laderas de Sedella Anfora. Lynn of Savor the Harvest reveals Three Facts About Sherry and Why You Need to Try a Bottle . Terri of Our Good Life gives us A Beginner’s Guide to Amontillado and Spanish Tapas . Wendy of A Day in the Life on the Farm brings us A Friday Night Cocktail that starts with Alvear Tres Miradas Vino de Pueblo 2018 . Susannah of Avvinare is Learning to Love Sherry One Style at a Time . Reggie at Wine Casual offers 10 Tips for Sherry Lovers & Wine Geeks Visiting Sevilla and Jerez de

No Bones About It Pumpkin Mini Bundts #BundtBakers

Here we are in October with the monthly post for the baking group called Bundt Bakers. #BundtBakers is a group of Bundt loving bakers who get together once a month to bake Bundts with a common ingredient or theme.  You can see all our of lovely Bundts by following our  Pinterest board . We take turns hosting each month and choosing the theme/ingredient. Updated links for all of our past events and more information about BundtBakers, can be found on our  home page . This month, we're sharing Halloween bundts in preparation for this month's celebration. Thanks to Wendy of  A Day in the Life on the Farm  for hosting. Here's the line-up... Dirt and Worms Bundt Cake  from Palatable Pastime Mini Pumpkin Bundts  from A Day in the Life on the Farm Monster Bundt Cake  from Sneha’s Recipe Spider Web Bundt Cake   from Food Lust People Love Chocolate Orange Swirled Bundt Cake  from Making Miracles No Bones About It Pumpkin Mini Bundts from Culinary Adventures with Camilla   I pulled ou

Allspice Applesauce Cake #TheCakeSliceBakers

Here we are the October 2021 edition of the Cake Slice Bakers. For 2021; we are baking from  Little Everyday Cakes: 50+ Perfectly Proportioned Confections to Enjoy Any Day of the Week  by Candace Floyd. * I can't believe that we're already halfway through the year. In many ways 2020 dragged on as the shelter-in-place orders continued month after month; on the other hand, it was a completely blur because there weren't milestones to mark the passage of time. In this group, we are given a selection of three cake recipes. We each choose one cake to bake, and then on the 20th - never before - we all post about our cake on our blogs. There are a few rules that we follow, but the most important ones are to have fun and enjoy baking & eating cakes! Follow our  Facebook ,  Instagram , and  Pinterest   pages where you can find all of our cakes, as well as inspiration for many other cakes. You can also click on the links below to take you to each of our cakes. If you have a blog a

Olive Malfadine: q.b. Cubina and Wine365 Collide for an Authentic Taste of Italy #Sponsored

  This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wine 365 and q.b. Cucina .  Complimentary products were provided for this post  though no other compensation was received.  This page may contain affiliate links. When I received an email from my contact at Kobrand Wine and Spirits, asking if I wanted to participate in a 'Taste Authentic Italy' event, there was really only one possible answer:  Sì , certo! Yes, of course.  We emailed back and forth about my selections for the wine and artisan pasta tool - from Wine365 and q.b. Cucina*, respectively - and then I set about exploring which recipes I wanted to make. First, let's take a look at these two brands. q.b. Cucina: Brass Pasta Tools If you follow my blog or social media, you probably know how much I love words and language. So, I was especially tickled to learn the meaning behind the brand's name. According to their website, q.b. is an acronym often used in Italian recipes. The two letters stand for quanto bast