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As always here is what the FFF is all about. Finest Foodies Friday! FFF is a weekly Friday post featuring favorites from The Foodie Blogroll! We do this so we can share in the rich diversity of what The Foodie Blogroll has to offer by featuring some of our favorites and yours!
What is the Foodie Blogroll? It is the first and fastest growing free membership blogroll for food bloggers and has become a wonderful community to share ideas about all things food related. With a membership of almost 4000 food blogs, I am sure you can find much inspiration and new friends! :)

The only requirement to be featured here on FFF is to be a member of The Foodie Blogroll and be displaying The Foodie Blogroll widget on your blog. If you are not yet a member, but you have a food blog and would like to join us, please click here!

If you have a favorite foodblog on The Foodie Blogroll, that you would like to be featured here on FFF, please join us over on The Leftover Queen/Foodie Blogroll Forum, and post your favorite Foodie Blogroll foodblogs here.

Cherrapeño
Cherrapeño is a cross between a jalapeño and a cherry pepper. This UK blogger loves to cook with both chilies and chocolate. Everyone who reads my blog knows I am a big fan of ice cream, and lots of people ask me about making ice cream without a machine. Well, you can find a great recipe on this blog –
Chocolate, Banana and Baileys Ice Cream. Not only is the ice cream recipe there, but you can also learn how to make beautiful chocolate cups to serve it in! I am also really wanting to try her awesome Kulfi (Indian ice cream) recipe. Perfect for summer!

Eat and Dust
Speaking of Indian treats, here is one of the neatest blogs I have come across in a while. Pamela is a Scottish woman who moved to India with her husband and children 4 years ago. She says she always spent her life cooking, eating and thinking about food, but realized that in India she is kind of a lightweight. She says that India “is a country that  loves, cherishes and honours its food with a passion that is humbling.” In her quest to learn more about the food culture of India, she has also become a recipe hunter looking for “ recipes the Brits left behind and which have been lovingly preserved, tweaked and enthusiastically eaten by generations of Indians.  Among others I’ve found porridge in Darjeeling,  jam-making in Kashmir, smoked fish in the Himalayas and pasties in Bangalore.  I’m constantly on the lookout for British food trails – any suggestions will be eagerly explored.” Incidentally it is on this blog I first learned about Kulfi!

Angel in the Kitchen
I really like this blog because it is really down to earth, despite the title! Although she does have a disclaimer about the whole “angel” bit anyway! Like a lot of us, she started her blog as a way to give herself a sense of purpose in the kitchen, and also give her an excuse to talk about food all the time! I can totally relate! Need a great baked beans recipe for summer picnics and BBQs? Well check out her yummy looking recipe for baked beans that even people who don’t like baked beans will like. I am already a huge fan of these humble beans myself, and I am certainly going to try her recipe!

Laura’s Best Recipes
Laura grew up in the wine country of California, meaning she basically grew up around good and healthy food. She and her family now call the mountains of Colorado their home, and since they live tucked away, she always goes all out to prepare a meal for friends and family, making their drive well worth it. I love these Vietnamese Spring Rolls or how about this savory Mango Soup. Both look like great summer recipes and well worth the drive to Laura’s place! Luckily we are only a click away!

Yumeezy
Here is another great blog full of wonderful sweet treats. Rania, the author of the blog says: “ I am not a pro just an enthusiastic amateur who’s not too shabby at creating yumeezy eats.”
I love the looks of her Lemon Bar Cupcakes and you can check out a great reviews of some of the products that Foodbuzz has been giving out to Featured Publishers for sampling. I can’t wait to get a chance to try some products too one day!

That’s it for this week! I hope you enjoyed this week’s FFF. Remember, if you would like to see a blog featured here, who is part of the FBR please visit the forum and nominate them.
I NEED NOMINATIONS!!!!!! I know we all have our favorite blogs that we read everyday, and I would love to know about them. We have a very diverse food community, and I would love to see more of the blogs you love featured. We also have a lot of humanitarians out in the Foodie Blogosphere. If you think there is a food blogger out there that deserves a little recognition for their culinary skills, or what they are doing to help the world through the lens of food, please tell us about them!!! Please post your favorite Foodie Blogroll foodblogs here.

Also we all love to know how people came to find our blogs, so please visit all of our featured bloggers today and don’t forget to tell them that you found them via Finest Foodies Friday! They would love to have your feedback.