Come and Get It with the Culinary Content Network 2/16/2013 Slideshow
The Skillet Chronicles talks Valentine’s Day with this breakfast recipe for chocolate scones, but these sweet morning treats are good for any day of the week. The good news: you can make these ahead of time and store unbaked, perfect for a little reheat on a workday morning.
Cupcakes & Kale Chips makes a special recipe for a Valentine’s Day dinner that is good for almost any special occasion. This dish includes tender fillet, topped with a red wine mushroom mix and blue cheese, wrapped in phyllo and baked for a flaky crust.
Ruth Tobias* "deconstructs the Denver dining scene dish by dish." In this post, she talks about restaurant Pastavino and their lunch special, "Tonno" (tuna).
The Mommy Games takes a Southern favorite and gives it a healthy spin, creating that fried taste without any of the actual frying. Taking inspiration from Pinterest, she modified and perfected this recipe, and is now bringing it to your kitchen.
Delicious Dishings gives away two decks of Boston City Dining Cards, each deck with 50 $10 discount cards to local restaurants, and two wildcards that offer freebies. You have until 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 17 to enter this contest, so they urge you to take a peek now.
Crock-Pot Ladies take a Super Bowl Sunday recipe and make it Valentine-friendly (although I have a hunch that this treat can be modified for any occasion), showing us how to make a sweet and salty Chex Mix, in a Crock-Pot.
The Tasty Truth lets you in on a little secret… her love affair with almond butter. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, she combined dark chocolate with her true love to make dark chocolate almond butter cups. Something tells me she’ll keep making these way beyond Valentine’s Day.
Prevention RD gets nostalgic with this recipe for sweet and spicy nut and pretzel mix, taken from Cooking Light. Her warning? It’s addicting. Prepare yourself.
Divine Cuisine (Viva La Food!) devises a quick, unique, and delicious breakfast meal that is hands-off and can cook while you’re in the shower or getting ready. The steps… stuff, bake, enjoy!
Mix It Up acknowledges her childhood (and grown-up) addiction to Nutella, as well as the unhealthy aspects of it (and her blatant disregard for serving size). Here, she gets creative, making her own "completely clean, oil-free, refined sugar-free, date-sweetened Nutella."
Girli Chef (Heather, aka “Dar”) loves food and is not afraid to share it. Food to her is a universal language, bringing everybody together. In this post, she gives a recipe for the perfect drink for those celebrating Valentine’s Day, or wishing to forget it, and it’s called El Beso de Luz Margarita (Kiss of a Light Margarita).