The Gallery of Favorites

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Alea of Premeditated Leftovers and I want to welcome you to the sixteenth edition of our weekend blog hop, The Gallery of Favorites.

Thank you to everyone who shared their posts last week. I was really pleased to see posts on so many different topics, and I enjoyed reading them all. This week Alea and I are featuring In Defence of Low Brow Chow by Butter of Hunger and Thirst.

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Photo credit Hunger and Thirst

In this witty and informative article, Butter explores the concept of balance and subjectivity when it comes to food and nutrition. Her call for a return to a ‘shared enthusiasm’ for the ‘greatness in food’ resonated with me on so many levels. Hunger and Thirst is a wonderful food resource, particularly if you are interested in natural and wild foods. The Wild Things Round Up is especially interesting. In November, the ingredient was acorns, and this month, it is a Wild Card. (That is, you can submit your favorite recipe using any foraged ingredient you choose.) Visit Hunger and Thirst to find out more.

The Gallery of Favorites is a place for you to feature favorite posts from your own blog. Although Alea and I both spend a lot of our time writing about food, we do have many other interests and know that our readers do as well. The Gallery of Favorites is a place for all bloggers – not just food bloggers – to share their ideas, interests and passions. Of course, recipe and food posts are very welcome too!

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