Quiche is a dish that can be prepared in advance using basic ingredients and any veggies that you have on hand. Click the picture for the directions!

Recipes from last week that’ll make you too cool for drool. Or something like that.

1. Grilled Apricot Curry Glazed Shrimp: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2013/07/04/grilled-apricot-curry-glazed-shrimp/

2. Red, White & Blueberry Salad: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2013/07/02/red-white-and-blueberry-salad/

Fun Food Flags! Can you guess which countries are represented? Hint: The food used to make the flag is usually associated with that country…

Source (and answers!) here: http://bit.ly/n2Uxn8

Can you tell we’re getting [our stomachs] ready for Valentine’s Day? Once you’re done drooling, click on the pictures to see the source for each one!

If liking something called “bark” is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
Easy (2 ingredients!) Chocolate Bark Recipe: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/29/easy-2-ingredient-holiday-chocolate-bark/

If liking something called “bark” is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.

Easy (2 ingredients!) Chocolate Bark Recipe: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/29/easy-2-ingredient-holiday-chocolate-bark/

As if her Pumpkin Pie Wontons weren’t mouthwatering enough, check out Kitchen Explorer’s Alice Currah’s newest addition to the Thanksgiving menu: Spiced Sweet Potato Gratin. 
OH MY YUM.
http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/15/spiced-sweet-potato-gratin/
Pumpkin Pie Wontons:
http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/08/pumpkin-pie-wontons/

As if her Pumpkin Pie Wontons weren’t mouthwatering enough, check out Kitchen Explorer’s Alice Currah’s newest addition to the Thanksgiving menu: Spiced Sweet Potato Gratin. 

OH MY YUM.

http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/15/spiced-sweet-potato-gratin/

Pumpkin Pie Wontons:

http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/08/pumpkin-pie-wontons/

I would explain this adorably delicious finger-food to you, but I’m too busy salivating. Luckily the title is displayed in the picture.
Three last words: OM. NOM. NOM.

Get the recipe here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/08/pumpkin-pie-wontons/

I would explain this adorably delicious finger-food to you, but I’m too busy salivating. Luckily the title is displayed in the picture.

Three last words: OM. NOM. NOM.

Get the recipe here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2012/11/08/pumpkin-pie-wontons/

To see the recipes for these spooooooky coooooookies, click the pictures to find their respective sources!

And ponder this: If Cookie Monster is already a Monster, what will he be for Halloween?

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Have you ever seen/heard of/fathomed LITERAL finger food? Now you can thanks to Shay Aaron… 

See the rest on his flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shay-aaron/

Check out some of our favorite creepy culinary concoctions from Martha Stewart!

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How cool are these? The thought of a “fruit party” has never crossed my mind… until now.

Here is the DIY tutorial: http://ohhappyday.com/2012/05/fruit-balloons-diy/

Sandcone castle? YES PLEASE… but only if they use blue moon for the moat. 
Although… what are they flying buttresses made of then…?

Sandcone castle? YES PLEASE… but only if they use blue moon for the moat. 

Although… what are they flying buttresses made of then…?

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I’ve died and gone to creamy, dreamy peanut butter heaven… 
Click the picture for the recipe! And see what happens when 25 DC food bloggers put on a bake sale to prevent childhood hunger (no, this is not a reality TV pitch.)

I’ve died and gone to creamy, dreamy peanut butter heaven… 

Click the picture for the recipe! And see what happens when 25 DC food bloggers put on a bake sale to prevent childhood hunger (no, this is not a reality TV pitch.)