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Recent Posts:

Sticky Cinnamon Figs – Guest Post by Food Lust People Love

October 23, 2014
Sticky Cinnamon Figs | Magnolia Days

Today’s post is by Stacy who has lived all over the world. My mind spins just to think of what it must be like to live in such exotic places. You can read all about it on Stacy’s About Me page. She is a southerner at heart and it is a big heart too. She […]

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Apple and Gorgonzola Biscuit Tarts – Guest Post by Hungry Couple

October 21, 2014
Apple and Gorgonzola Biscuit Tarts | Magnolia Days

Today’s post is by my friend Anita. She is a truly sweet and generous person. She is also incredibly hard-working and I do not have a clue as to how she gets it all done. She has a full-time non-blogging job plus three websites. Two of those sites are food and beverage; Hungry Couple and […]

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Chocolate Almond Twist Bread – Guest Post by The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

October 16, 2014
Chocolate Almond Twist Bread | Magnolia Days

It is nice to take a break every now and then. To escape for a vacation is down-right necessary as far as I’m concerned. It has been a while since I’ve been away on a trip purely for fun. My mother and I are headed to Germany for a special birthday celebration. Earlier this year […]

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Grape Focaccia for #BreadBakers

October 14, 2014
Grape Focaccia | Magnolia Days

What would the world be like without grapes? To start with we would be missing a tasty and healthy natural snack. We would also be missing one of the finest beverages of all – wine. It is no secret I do my part in contributing to the economy via the wine industry. A glass of […]

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