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Talking with My Mouth Full

   Get your mind out of the gutter. This is all quotes about food and life meet photos of local joints and homemade dishes.

food52:

Here comes the Easter bunny…

Read more: 10 Homemade Candy Recipes for Easter on Food52.

Noms for Easter.

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npr:

Photos courtesy of Lawrie Brown 

"Tasting With Our Eyes: Why Bright Blue Chicken Looks So Strange"

There’s something unsettling — freakish, even, about Lawrie Brown’s photos of everyday meals.

Happy Humpday! Since I’m currently dealing with this myself (ie since concussion has temporarily robbed me of the ability to taste and smell I’m very focused on color and presentation) this is kind of interesting from an artistic standpoint.

While I’m putting together some entries from my back catalog of food photos and searching for quotes, take a gander at this and then go back to eating your brown sandwich and green salad. ;)

— 3 days ago with 643 notes
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darkryemag:

Rainbow Deviled Eggs (colored with homemade food dye!) from Kitchen Vignettes

Spring has finally sprung! Easter is coming. So I made these little celebratory morsels of delish the other day. They’re so fun to make, it’s almost embarrassing. And while it must be said that for optimal entertainment, these should be made with your friends who are younger than 12, if you can’t round up any kids for this one, don’t worry, you will feel your own inner kid jumping for joy when you pull those brightly-colored eggs out of your own easy homemade dyes.

The dyes are made using foods that you’ll probably have readily on hand in your kitchen: beets, red cabbage, and turmeric. Of course, this is only scratching the surface of the vast possibility of colors you can create from common foods (onion skins, hibiscus tea, black tea are just some of the other ones to try), but I wanted to keep it to three colors and relatively simple. Read how to make these easy dyes below. But first, the chickens deserve some thanks and acknowledgement… —Kitchen Vignettes by Aubergine

A twist on dyed eggs for Easter.

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