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It’s been busy around here lately. School, work, and snuggling with Effy have kept me from being in the kitchen as much as I’d like, but I’ve still been devouring some wonderful looking recipes, at least with my eyes! I’ll be back soon with recipes, but for now, take a look at what’s caught my eye this week:

•Kathy’s recipes are always a delight, and this week her skillet-popped lentils and savory miso broccoli bowl caught my eye.

•Greatist posted an interesting article about the science behind some people’s timeliness (or lack thereof).

•Do you still have leftover cranberry sauce (I don’t know how mine has lasted so long, but it’s probably because I made about a gallon of it). These cranberry swirled pumpkin pancakes from the Peachy Palate sound amazing

•Here’s a great recipe for a lazy weekend: nourishing nut and seed bread from Nutrition Stripped.

•A great read from Ginny Messina (The Vegan R.D.) about vegan diets for healthy bones.

•I’ve long been a fan of persimmons, and this persimmon “sorbet” from Food 52 looks like a wonderful way to enjoy their naturally wonderful flavor.

•These homemade candy cane kisses from Fork and Beans are sure to delight all who are lucky enough to try them.

What have you been reading this week?

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