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Nummy Num Num is now on “The Facebook,” y’all!

Hey there Nummyphiles! This is not a recipe but rather a shameless request for you to “Like” us. Because there is an ever-present onslaught of Nummy-related content that we never actually get to put on the blog, we’ve decided to try out this newfangled technology called “The Facebook” (to quote Paul Akin).

We’ve made a Nummy Num Num page, and we’d be ever in your gratitude if you’d amble on over and “Like” us, mmmkay? We’re thinking it will be yet another place we can share and talk and bask in the fat-girl-goodness. Feel free to post any good food or recipe-related links there, and remember, you don’t have to know how to blog to contribute. Holla at us via e-mail if you’ve got any good recipes, and we’ll make it look pretty and sound stupid like most of our posts tend to do. See ya on The Book!


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National Food Holidays Calendar

This is not a recipe but will undoubtedly lead to many being posted by your faithful Nummy team. Instead of having to scour the Interweb or listen to Drake & Zeke to find out what “day” it is (though you should obviously still listen to them because they’re hilARious), you can just consult this handy little website in order to find out what you should be celebrating.

Can’t wait for National Artichoke Hearts Day next Wednesday. Dips on deck, people.


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Soups On!

When RipleyPickles decided to create this blog, I thought for sure this would be all about soup.  I am shocked that there are only 7 recipes so far as I assume RipleyPickles hoards soup recipes in her spare time.  While I am not posting any actual recipe (although watch out because in the next two weeks I am trying out a few new Pho recipes), this article in NY Times Magazine is great.  I am a big fan of Mark Bittman and utilize his “How to Cook Everything” cookbook more times than necessary.  He recently quit his Minimalist blog, to write a new column for NY Times Magazine.  His first article luckily enough was all about soups.  It is a great read and lesson in the varieties of soup.  Enjoy! -ts


*Since NYT is pretty legit, I should note the picture is Yunhee Kim for The New York Times. Food stylist, Maggie Ruggiero; prop stylist, Deborah Williams

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