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  1. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Aww I tagged you for this too!

  2. leaf (the indolent cook)

    What a fun way to discover posts of yours that I haven’t read before. 😀

  3. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Great post! As a newer reader, I love getting to see sort of recaps like this.

    I will be making that granola to take on the plane for snacks this weekend! 🙂

  4. Three-Cookies

    Nice, I hadn’t seen a few of those posts. Spiced Fig, Pepita, and Molasses Granola – it must have been delicious because someone took a bite even before the candle was lit:)

  5. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    You’ve convinced me to make the brownies, as soon as I restock my supply of fresh dates.

  6. Emma

    Ahh, the raw biscotti again:) Whatever it is, it doesn’t really bother me. I’m too busy STILL THINKING about how it looks like an ocean critter. You’d think I’d have found something else to think about by now?

    Hmm. How my academic progress is sucking the life out of me as well? Nope. How I wish I could be climbing over downed trees as large as those you encounter? Nope. How I want a Vita-Mix tooooo? No. Ocean-dwelling organisms it is.

  7. Johanna GGG

    loved your seven (plus) links – though I am still dealing with the pain of dried dates in the raw brownie – and I think your poached vanilla apricots is one of my favourite photos on your blog when it comes to beauty – but was interested to see which ones you chose esp as you have such esoteric posts – but no chocolate – surely these posts are both helpful and beautiful

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I’m so glad you did this 🙂 It was a snuggly warm post to read, if that makes any sense to anyone other than me (if it doesn’t, I’ll rephrase: it was delightful and fun and rather heart warming!).

    You’ve also reminded me of some of your recipes that I really, really need to make! I can’t believe I haven’t done the raw brownies yet.

  9. Miss Melbourne

    As a newbie fan of your blog, can I just say THANK YOU for this post. You are amazing and your blog is amazing. And I’m going to stop now before you think I’m a crazy blog-groupie stalker person. But, thank you 🙂

  10. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    My favoritest brownies ever are those raw vegan ones. I may just lick the screen.. I can’t believe I have read all of those posts, I think I’ve been reading your blog for over a year now. Wow. How time flies. 🙂

  11. hungryandfrozen

    Yay, I’ve enjoyed this climb and swing on the playground that is your blog archive. And you’ve reminded me that I was charged with one of these myself and have shamefully forgotten about it. It’s interesting how your own perspective on your posts differs from how people receive them, isn’t it?

  12. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    Awww I loved this post!! It’s so “delightful” and a great recap Hannah~~Oh man, i can’t get over how delicious your cornmeal cake looks! And as for the PhD/transitions post, I am sure you inspired so many people with your strength and courage. 🙂

  13. whisperinggums

    Another great post Hannah … I nearly choked on the vanilla frosting instead of sunscreen idea. Just as well I wasn’t drinking coffee at the time.

  14. Fatbooo

    Haha… good to see I’ve already read quite a few of the posts in that top 7 list! And yes, I loved your spider in apartment post, hilarious!!

  15. Hannah

    I’m so glad that you highlighted these posts, because somehow I seem to have missed all of them! Jeez… But I can see why the brownies have been most popular so far. They look killer! I’m off to go investigate that recipe now… 😉

  16. Errign

    I definitely missed a few of these posts, so thanks for sharing 🙂

  17. What Katie's Baking

    this post has me droooliinngg!

  18. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    That vegan brownie! And the icing of amazingness! Is making me drool! And crave it right now!

  19. muppy

    nice! i will have to try those brownies…..

  20. Erika - The Teenage Taste

    Great seven links post! I love these things – they’re a great way to catch up on old posts I may have missed!

  21. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I’ve never had a walnut, but I may have to buy some to make that walnut butter. It looks delicious, and I’d like to give it the attention it deserves 🙂

  22. Margaret

    This was so much fun to read. Thank you for taking us along on your adventures. 🙂

  23. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Love these trips down memory lane. I’ve had people use dried dates when trying my recipes too. Go fresh, people, fresh! & you’ll never look at dried dates again.
    Heidi xo

  24. sophia

    Aw, loved walking down the memory lane with you, Hannah. One thing I like about your blog is that you always put a lot of thought and precision in each post. Plus, your writing style is fab….no grammar/spelling mistkes! 😉

  25. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Wonderful collection, Hannah! 🙂

  26. Anna johnston

    Yay, so many of your fav links are mine. All I can say is…. I’m so super Cooper proud of you, when you came clean about where you were at with your work and study and how it was making you feel, I was hiding all that in me, you gave me permission to give in to it, and except that the change was required. 🙂 Huge hugs. Xxx

  27. Camille

    Gosh, have I not commented on this yet? Thanks for playing along – I love seeing what other people’s links are!