Weekend Blog Wrap: Recipe Edition

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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you really need to read daily, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlights other food blogs, this time with a focus on recipe-focused blogs:

Looking for something to bring to the upcoming Fourth of July party? Try this recipe from Recipegirl.com for red, white, and blue finger Jell-O. One suggestion: vodka.

The name of the site is What the Hell Does a Vegan Eat Anyway, and that's exactly what this blog will tell you. Perfect for those high-maintenance cousins who feel cheese is the root of all evil.

Domestic Diva isn't updated frequently (in fact, it seems like it's been almost a year since the last post), but the backlog of recipes is extensive. Take, for instance, this toffee apple dip recipe. Perfect for fattening up what would have been a healthy treat.

How does Hot Dog Lasagna sound to you? Mom's Best Recipes lists this as an edible foodstuff, but I'm not sure many people would survive it. Thankfully, there are plenty of perfectly edible and delicious-looking recipes throughout the site.

Finally, Simply Recipes is a wonderfully designed blog that you'll come back to over and over if you've got a knack for cooking. This quesadilla pie is a highlight of this month's latest offerings.

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