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Bread artist @cottageloaves created a beautiful bouquet on top of this loaf of bread using edible flowers and completed it by scoring the sides with leaves. Need inspiration for what to bring to the next party? This lovely loaf is it.

Lining your loaf pan with tin foil can make it simple to pull out bread once it’s baked, but stuffing tin foil inside the pan can be anything but easy. TikTok creator @creativetwine changed our lives for the better with this tinfoil baking hack.

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TikTok user @angielaeats shared her recipe for a cheesy imitation crab dip that’s sure to be a hit at any backyard party. Corn adds a pop of sweetness and lime adds a refreshing twist making this dip ideal on warm evenings. Serve it with some crusty bread for a filling appetizer.

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If you want a lightly flavored classic cloud bread recipe, stick with the original by whisking together white sugar, cornstarch, and egg whites. TikTok creator @peachyslime baked her cloud bread at 300 degrees for 25 minutes to get the perfect fluffy texture.

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For a fruity take on the original recipe, try this strawberry cloud bread from @lifewithtuyen that uses strawberry extract for flavor. It seems like the perfect pairing for some fresh strawberries and whipped cream for a low carb take on strawberry shortcake.

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Keto dieters who have a sweet tooth need this chocolate cloud bread recipe from @frahstinfrombahstin in their lives. Adding cocoa powder and chocolate chips makes this a delicious dessert that’s still low carb.

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A grilled cheese sandwich is certainly not the fanciest dish, but the most profound impact a movie has had on my cooking is a scene in which Jon Favreau’s chef shows his kid how to make one. I’m a butter guy (he uses mayo and oil), but slathering it on the pan not the bread, swirling the bread around the pan, letting cheese ooze out so it gets fried and pushing the cooking time until it gets crispy are all crucial elements in making cheese and bread plus fat equal deliciousness.

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Christmas Day is the big food celebration for Bahamians, says Vonya Ifill, the director of talent and culture at Rosewood Baha Mar. Locals have a big dinner that includes turkey, ham, macaroni and cheese, peas and rice made with coconut milk and potato salad.

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