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10 of Our Favorite Recent Food Photos From the Yum Community

Dec 12 2011 - 4:18am

Recently we've been drooling over the delicious food photos posted by readers in the YumSugar Community and by our OnSugar bloggers. In fact, there's so much delicious eye candy, we hardly have time to take it all in. Since we all love to look at pretty pictures of food, here are our 10 of our favorite recent savory sights. [1]

Maple Roasted Parsnips

Want a healthy, gluten-free pairing to go with your roasted meats and poultry this holiday? Sevimel [2] has a suggestion: maple roasted parsnips. [3]

Chapati Flat Bread

We salivated at the sight of these South Asian flat breads, [4] from Gabriela Une Vie Saine. [5]

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

We want to thank jbauman23 [6] for sharing her ingenious idea of combining two of the world's best desserts — pumpkin pie and ice cream! [7] — into one. That is all.

"Don't Be a Hater Kale" Salad

We are major fans of kale here at YumSugar. Check out this rendition of kale salad [8] from Sevimel. [9]

Chocolate Covered and Walnut Stuffed Dates

It's December and you know what that means: time for homemade edible gifts. YumSugar member hayleysf [10] gets a head start with chocolate covered and walnut stuffed dates. [11]

Buttermilk Cheddar Biscuits

These buttery biscuits [12] from CheesePlease [13] look rich, fluffy, and indulgent – perfect for this time of year!

Panettone Soda Bread

We love the idea of panettone soda bread [14] from My Fare Foodie. [15] It sounds like a deliciously easy take on a holiday classic!

Beef in Stout With Cheddar Thyme Dumplings

Now that Turkey Day is officially over and the weather has made a significant shift toward Winter, it's time to embrace hearty stews. Sevimel's [16] beef in stout with cheddar thyme dumplings [17] is just the ticket!

Pan-Roasted Cornish Hens

We have been loving the cornish game hens [18] that Fresh Tart's [19] been making this season.

Winter Squash Gnocchi With Brown Butter & Sage

There's nothing more inviting during cold weather than a butternut gnocchi with browned-butter and sage sauce [20] — just ask Fresh Tart! [21]

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