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A Quiche to Call Your Own: Two Variations on Cheese Quiche

Fall is the time of year to make the transition from the light and airy fare of summer to cozy home cooking. If you’re seeking a new recipe to add to your repertoire, look no further, for The Quiche is …

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Guest Gal: ModFan Valerie Shares Her Sweet Treats!

We get dozens of super suggestions for blog posts from our customers, so we figured we might as well share some of your awesome ideas! This recipe by Montanan reader Valerie is way-easy and perfect for end-of-summer outings where less …

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For The Win: Pimm’s Orange Soda Floats

If cocktail-making was an Olympic sport, the Pimm’s Orange Soda Float would win tens across the board in the categories of simplicity, creativity, deliciousness, and presentation. This boozy, Creamsicle-inspired float is one that blows the competition away.

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Summer’s Most Underappreciated Fruit, the Fig

Fig recipes: galette, proscuitto-wrapped

Fig recipes: crostini, cookie, and pizza
Clockwise from the top left: Fig. cover via Photoworks, Fig and Prosciutto Crostini by Confections of a Foodie Bride, Fig, Flaxseed, and Pecan Cookies by Life as a H4, and Rustic Fig Pizza by Sprouted Kitchen.

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In the Mix: 3 Fresh Summer Cocktails for Easy Entertaining

Party hostesses, kiss your catering woes goodbye! Workshop SF founder Kelly Malone is back on the ModCloth Blog to teach you how to tackle three easy-as-pie cocktail recipes so you can entertain like a pro.

Our pick-your-fix video allows you …

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Kick-start the Summer with a Piña Colada Popsicle

A healthy dessert, a breakfast of champions, or a midday snack — however you choose to treat yourself to a popsicle is your own to savor! With Emily Zaiden’s new recipe book, Top Pops, in hand, we opted for …

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Retro Revival: We Try Out a Recipe from a 1970′s Cookbook

We’ve been wondering: if throwback threads can delight eras after they were made, are retro recipes just as timeless? Here, we tested out a tropically tasty cocktail from one of my mother’s cookbooks to see what our seventies sisters were …

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Countdown to Delightful: A Food & Music Party Pairing by Turntable Kitchen

‘Grab-able’ gourmet goodies are easy-to-make when you take tips from the experts!

Achieving the correct combination of at-ease atmosphere and edible intakes is what makes the most memorable get-togethers run smoothly. That’s why we’ve enlisted the expertise of husband-and-wife duo …

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Kind of a Big ‘Dill’: Free Seed Cards Buried in Your Orders!

Psst! Guess what! Very soon, a slew of you will be unearthing these cute dill seed cards in your ModCloth order. So, what’s the ‘dill’? We’re glad you asked!

To share some green thumb fun with customers as our ModEmployees …

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A Festive Finale: Marbleized, No-Bake Cheesecake

‘Firework’ it in the kitchen and impress your buds by whipping up this red, white, and blue cheesecake for your Fourth of July festivities. I opted for a pre-made pie crust to cut prep time, but feel free to craft …

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Second Helpings: Recipes You Requested!

In response to the cute comments left on our post covering the recent ModCloth cupcake contest, we present two of the recipes you were dying to know the recipes for! Take a baking tip or two from these super …

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Penne with Wilted Arugula, Olive Oil, and Goat Cheese

Homemade Garlic Veggie Soup

One of my main New Year’s resolutions is to eat more dense, leafy greens, so I was beyond excited to try one of the quick ‘n’ simple arugula recipes in my favorite new cookbook, The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers’

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Pump Up the Yam: Sweet Potato Bruschetta

If you’re one who prefers (sweet potato) “fries with that,” then you’ll love this sweet take on bruschetta. This was my third time making this tasty lil’ treat, and I just can’t get enough! I was first introduced to this …

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The Alternative Thanksgiving Guide

Everyone’s talking about Thanksgiving these days. The Mount Kilimanjaro of turkey they’re going to eat, all the cheek-pinching aunts they’ll see, the travel plans they’ve made. But we know that not everyone can get home for Thanksgiving, and that not …

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