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One Bowl Pumpkin Cupcakes with Brown Butter Frosting Recipe + A KitchenAid Giveaway!

Quick and easy one bowl pumpkin cupcakes, perfect for getting on those fall feels! Plus, a KitchenAid giveaway!

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Whipped Ricotta with Roasted Pumpkin

This quick and easy appetizer is both comforting and classy: smooth, simple, and creamy whipped ricotta with olive oil, lemon, and roasted kabocha.

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One-Bowl Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Mini Pancakes

Quick and easy one-bowl mini pumpkin chocolate chip pancakes. My favorite fall breakfast!

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Friday Finds: 10.13.17

Spooky Friday the Thirteenth! Some internet finds for your reading pleasure!

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The Massive Japanese Food Fair You Don‘t Want to Miss: Furusato Matsuri in Tokyo

Earlier this year, Mike and I were in Japan, eating our faces off. I miss it so much. So much that I haven‘t really written about our time there, but that‘s about to change because we happened upon a gigantic...

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Easy 6 Ingredient Cinnamon Buns Recipe

These quick and easy cinnamon buns are soft, fluffy, and full of cinnamon sugar goodness. The best part: just 6 ingredients! If you skip out on the cream cheese, they‘re vegan too ;)

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Banff in the Fall and Where to Eat

We visited Banff to eat AND see all the gorgeous fall leaves!

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Vietnamese Bo Kho Braised Wagyu Brisket Recipe

Looking for a warm and cozy braised beef brisket? Don‘t look anymore! This brisket, with a Vietnamese twist is amazing: complex yet comforting flavors, perfect for an easy weekend dinner party. Bonus: your house will smell incredible!

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Mini Everything Pretzel Dogs Recipe

These mini everything pretzel dogs are perfect for snacking on when watching the game! Who am I kidding...I don‘t watch sports they‘re perfect for snacking on while binging Korean dramas! ;)

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What to Cook in October

It‘s cozy time: the season of warm and hearty soups and stews, Halloween treats, and tailgating treats. Here‘s what you should be cooking in October.

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