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Here are several of the amazing blogs that inspire me to continue to create, filled with delicious food, innovative recipes, and beautiful photos:

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  1. Pinky Babaria

    I love chocolates and i love spicy food!!!It can’t get better than this….wish i cud taste it ;) .Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  2. Tracy Walker

    Lauren, my daughter Taylor just made British Flapjacks. They were awesome !! Lyles Golden Syrup was a staple at my house growing up in Wales. We put it on porridge, on toast, and sometimes in tea. I was thrilled when she asked me to buy some for the house. When we came home from Wegmans I opened the container and dripped some onto my finger…that taste brought back such memories!
    Your website is incredible. You are terrifically talented ! I especially enjoy the photos. Great job ! ~Tracy

    1. Lauren Zietsman

      thanks! I really appreciate it! cooking/blogging/photography is what I do to remind myself about how happiness is found in the every day, mundane, little things–speaking of which, I’ve never tried Lyle’s golden syrup in tea, but since I drink about five cups a day, that might have to happen soon! English breakfast with milk?

      1. Lauren Zietsman

        oh! I just put two and two together–Jordi’s Taylor? Love that girl…and her baking adventures. Maybe she should start a blog herself!

  3. Scott

    Lauren: I enjoy your recipes–even if I am the only male who ever comments on your posts. I’m going to try one of your ‘green monsters’ one of these days, but the other recipes I’ve tried have turned out great!

    Congrats on Glamour–not that I read it, but that’s a big deal! And while I’m putting my 2 cents in, I think you should change the caption under your pic–you don’t seem to be using the KitchenAid that much, but Henry seems to be by your side an awful lot. :)

    1. Lauren Zietsman

      haha thanks…that is a GREAT point! and I don’t read glamour either, but still fun!

  4. Anne H

    Like the reader on the Top 100 page, I too was searching for a recipe and found your page. You answered with rolled chicken breasts with goat cheese and roasted tomatoes gave me the idea I needed as to how to cook these ingredients in my fridge for dinner tonight.

    You are delightful! I have bookmarked your site under my Recipes/Food folder. At 55 years young, I can guarantee you that a lifetime of fighting between food and body image is a sorry waste of time and I am very happy for you that you have looked this monster in the face and plan to stare him down! On her 40th birthday, my best girlfriend and I (in profile pic at our senior prom) looked back at our pics from our 20s and COULD NOT IMAGINE what all the complaining was about! We were perfect just the way we were! Agh! So much angst for NOTHING! Hopefully, you will not have to have the same conversation!

    You might be interested in my cousin’s chef blog, “Green Beans and Grapefruit” at
    Well done on the reading list! Nothing will educate you on politics, the human heart, geography, and the human condition better than literature.

    Happy cooking and I look forward to reading more!!

    1. Lauren Zietsman

      Thank you so much for the beautiful comment–and your cousin’s blog is gorgeous. I’ll definitely be reading it.

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