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Thank you to the contributors below who made this issue a visual treat to see and a tasty addition to your kitchen.
A festive holiday brunch is the perfect way to celebrate health and happiness with friends that are family thanks to the recipes and stylings of Jillian and Robert of A Better Happier St. Sebastian.
Food blogger Tori Avey of The Shiksa In the Kitchen mixes the history of food with easy entertaining tips for the ultimate Hanukkah feast.
The holidays wouldn’t be the same without handing down family favorite stories and recipes to those we love. Featuring Vanilla Bean, Local Milk, London Bakes, TLT-The Little Things, Apt. 2B Baking Co., Naturally Ella and The First Mess.
These are the stories behind three sets of friendships that have blossomed beyond the blog to become BBFs/Blogging Buddies Forever, featuring Add a Pinch, She Wears Many Hats, Cookies and Cups, Confessions of a Cookbook Queen, How Sweet It Is and Eat Live Run.
Russell of Chasing Delicious takes us on a retro tour of one of the most important ingredients for a festive holiday: Custom blended cocktails. Also, get a free download of Chasing Delicious’s Complete Holiday Cocktail Encyclopedia.
And there’s nothing like cookies to put the final touch on the holidays. Marian of Sweetopia shares her decorating step-by-step instructions to create elegant, marble swirled sweets. What’s her secret? Dig in and find out!
Plus, more food bloggers’ holiday tips and favorite products.
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