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Graduation season is upon us. Many students will go quietly into summer jobs and college with barely a trace. Others, however, will be immortalized (at least in Internet years, which I believe is .124 in real years) for great decisions they made for the school yearbook. I mean, have you seen some of these? They’re HILARIOUS.
Since the foodie world needs its own celebrations and recaps as well, I present you with my favorite food bloggers for the class of 2013, yearbook style. While they may not be quite as funny as some of those graduating seniors (though some of them certainly are), their impact is sure to last a lot longer on dinner tables and in bellies.
Most likely to bring the flavor, every single time: She Simmers
Outstanding recipe: Smoked Soy-Honey-Rum Thai Grilled Cornish Game Hens. I mean really, they’re giving me the vapors they’re so beautiful.
Most likely to end up on a dinner party menu: Smitten Kitchen
Outstanding recipe: A Ratatouille Tart that looks so fancy and lovely but is super easy to make.
Most likely to take new cooks by hand and show them just how to cut onions and boil water and start on the path of cooking: The Pioneer Woman
Outstanding recipe: This Fresh Corn and Avocado Salsa, because it’s just so summer.
Most likely to be read on Monday morning when I’m committing to be healthy for the week: Oh She Glows
Outstanding recipe: This collection of 5 Make-Ahead Vegan and Gluten-Free Lunches. That’s one whole week of eating healthy. Gotta get your fiber!
Most likely to be read on Tuesday afternoon when I’ve decided that I’m not working out and, you know, BROWNIES: Bakerella
Outstanding recipe: There is a brownie INSIDE of a cookie in this recipe for Pillow Cookies. Let me repeat, a brownie and a cookie at the same time. It’s so good, it’s shameful.
What are your nominations for a 2013 yearbook for food bloggers?
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