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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Slow-Cooker Kheer (Indian Rice Pudding) for #SundaySupper

October 12, 2014
Slow-Cooker Kheer - Indian Rice Pudding | Magnolia Days

How do you know when something will be good? It could be because it is made at a restaurant where you are never disappointed with the food. It could also be when you look at a recipe and the ingredient list alone strikes your fancy. Or a friend shares one and you trust their judgment. […]

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Devil’s Wing Sauce

October 8, 2014
Devil's Wing Sauce | Magnolia Days

What comes to mind when you think of Halloween? It is the food for me. Honestly, I could forgo a costume easily. Then again, so many of them allow the use of stretchy pants it seems appropriate for the evening. I’ll gladly put on sweats, belly up to the table, and chow down on all […]

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Spicy Smashed Fingerling Potatoes for #SundaySupper

October 5, 2014
Spicy Smashed Fingerling Potatoes | Magnolia Days

Cooking is a process. Simmering, roasting, freezing, blanching, baking, and frying are just some of the way food is prepared for consumption. The blending of ingredients through these processes combines flavors and textures to give a taste experience different from the individual components. As with many things in the modern world, some of those processes […]

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Honey Ginger Pear Butter

October 2, 2014
Honey Ginger Pear Butter | Magnolia Days

September is usually when we go on vacation. The weather is generally pleasant and places are not as crowded as during summer. For many years we would go to Orlando and enjoyed visiting the theme parks without waiting in long lines. Then we started going to California wine country. Being there during or close to […]

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Red Dragon Fruit Sherbet

September 30, 2014
Red Dragon Fruit Sherbet | Magnolia Days

Sometimes food has a coolness factor. It could be a unique way it looks, such as with Buddha’s Hand or those little alien-looking pumpkins and gourds. There are eye-catching colors like purple sweet potatoes. Texture can be one of those factors too. Every now and then you find one with multiple coolness factors. Such is […]

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Chocolate Potato Skull Cake for #SundaySupper

September 28, 2014
Chocolate Potato Skull Cake | Magnolia Days

Halloween is simply a whole bunch of fun. Kids of all ages look forward to a special night filled with treats of all kinds. There is the treat of putting on a costume and going out looking very different than usual. I typically go for something funny or unique and make homemade Halloween costumes. There […]

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