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Clafoutis!!! Bless You Julia Child

::Today I’m proud to feature guest blogger, Janie Fedosoff. I have admired her work for quite some time and I think you’ll find her Canadian perspective to be a refreshing change. Even if you haven’t visited Canada, her blog is a great way to get acquainted with our neighbor to the north. ~Editor::
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Vintage Recipe Card: Blender Spinach Soup

::Editor: Food blogging takes many forms. Some are beautiful, delicious and stimulating. Then, there is www.IAmSurly.com. I have been acquainted with Ms. Surly’s (ahem!) art collection for some time. She has been a featured food blogger on Salon.com and often graces several sites with her humorous take on what I’ll just call Vintage American Food.
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Chain Restaurants – What’s Actually GOOD?

Like most foodies, I’m not a fan of chain restaurants. When I hear the term “Chain Restaurant” I think about what I call “fern bars.” I define “fern bar” as a low to mid-grade table service restaurant which serves alcohol and $8-$15 entrees. They are so named for the inevitable plastic ferns adorning the bar area. They are also recognizable by fishbowl-sized, brightly colored drinks containing an umbrella with names foreshadowing your evening’s outcome – i.e. “Blackout,” “Lucky Lady,” “DUI” or “Plan B”. USAGE: “It was our second date, so …

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Chew On This, Oprah!

I was standing in line at the checkout line on Saturday night when I saw Oprah’s airbrushed smiling face peeking out from the cover of her magazine. Next to her cocoa-glowing softness was the headline: “The Battle Is Over: How She Ended Her War with Food.”
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Spring Break Survival Guide: Florida Style

Woo hoooo!
It’s Spring Break time here on the First Coast! That means sun, fun and food. Sometimes, that means a bit too much of all of it. You may be wondering how you can partake of all that Florida has to offer once the temperatures climb over 80 degrees without feeling like the floor of a New York taxicab when you go back to work. I’m here to give you a handy guide that will get you through the spring holidays.
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