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Blueberry Raspberry Cobbler | thekitchenpaper.com

Traveling can certainly be tough sometimes! The last two days have been on of those times — a challenge. From a bus-ride taking much longer than advertised, to a terrible hotel experience, to waterlogged iphones, it’s been easy to feel overwhelmed and defeated. At the same time, it’s a good reminder to go with the… 

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#DroolWorthy | thekitchenpaper.com

#DroolWorthy

Happy happy Sunday! I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! We’ve been in Laos for a full week now, and are so so so happy about it! After nearly three months of busy busy hectic life in Vietnam, we’re loving the laid-back Lao way of life. People joke that “Lao PDR” stands for “Lao: Please… 

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How to Motorbike Through Vietnam | thekitchenpaper.com

How to Motorbike Through Vietnam

Motorbiking through Vietnam has been, without a doubt, one of the best experiences in my life. It’s not easy, and is probably not for everyone, but if you’re at all interested — it is absolutely incredible! You will experience the land, the people, the elements, etc. in a way most travelers won’t get to —… 

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How to Customize your Facebook URL | thekitchenpaper.com

Blogging Tips: How To Customize Your Facebook Page URL

Does your blog’s Facebook page URL look something like this? Not cool, right?! This makes it hard to easily type or share your Facebook page with anyone, without going to it and copying/pasting. Wouldn’t it be easier to make your URL the same handle as your Twitter or Instagram? YOU CAN! And it’s really, really… 

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White Bean Quinoa Veggie Burgers | thekitchenpaper.com

White Bean Quinoa Veggie Burgers

I love burgers. Hamburgers. I love hamburgers! You know this — yes, yes, and yes? Yeah, I really love hamburgers. At the same time: I LOVE veggie burgers. Veggie patties. Veggie cakes. How many other names can we come up with for vegetables smooshed into flying-saucer-shape? Veggie discs? Veggie frisbees? Veggie ottomans? I think I’ve… 

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Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake with Blueberry Curd | thekitchenpaper.com

Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake with Blueberry Curd

Despite what I accidentally led you to believe yesterday, we are in Laos! Plans {I keep calling them plans and realizing that word is totally inappropriate here} changed again! Gotta throw off our stalkers every once in a while, knowwhatimean? Originally we wanted to take a boat up the Mekong River to Phnom Penh, but… 

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#droolworthy | thekitchenpaper.com

#DroolWorthy

Sunday Funday! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Can you believe we’re almost at the end of July? Whew. I can’t. We’re almost, finally, into Cambodia! It makes me a tiny bit nervous to be going to a new country, which is silly because it will be just as unknown as a new… 

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30 Creative Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes | thekitchenpaper.com

30 Creative Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes

I recently made a list of every gluten-free recipe I have on The Kitchen Paper, and was surprised at how long the list ended up being! This is the first in a series of recipe roundups for gluten-free recipes. Desserts are coming, I promise! If you’re gluten-free, or often have to cook gluten-free for a… 

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Peanut Peanut Butter Cookies | thekitchenpaper.com

Peanut Peanut Butter Cookies

We made it to Saigon! WIN WIN WIN! I’m clearly excited to both have my life and motorbike intact. Surprisingly, the drive into the big city wasn’t that difficult! We drove for about an hour on a large highway with lots of big trucks, but that’s not really the hard part: it’s just loud and… 

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5 Things to do in Dalat, Vietnam | thekitchenpaper.com

Five Things to do in Dalat, Vietnam

We didn’t expect to spend so much time in Dalat, but after ten days we had trouble tearing ourselves away! It’s a charming city in the mountains of Vietnam, perfect for couples looking for a romantic retreat, adventurers looking to get outside, foodies looking to eat — basically, us! Dalat has something for everyone! More… 

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Sausage & Egg Stuffed Peppers | thekitchenpaper.com

Sausage & Egg Stuffed Peppers

When we first got to Vietnam, eating pho for breakfast {as is customary} seemed wild and exotic! Soup? For breakfast? You naughty thing! It was exciting! Nevermind that it’s already 95 degrees and horrifically humid out, bring on the boiling bowl of broth! After two months, I was ready for a change. While we were… 

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#droolworthy | thekitchenpaper.com

#DroolWorthy

Happy Sunday errbody! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! After spending way more time than anticipated in Dalat, we finally broke free from the cool mountain air and made our way back into the sticky heat of Vietnam. We’re rested and {somewhat} rejuvenated for our next bit of travel — finishing up Vietnam… 

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Binh An Village Dalat | thekitchenpaper.com

Binh An Village Dalat Review

Dalat is a popular spot for honeymooners {like us!} in Vietnam — both Vietnamese and foreigners flock to the “Paris of Vietnam” for a romantic getaway. With cooler weather, fabulous restaurants, plenty to see and do, it’s easy to see why! We fell in love with Dalat immediately, and had a hard time making ourselves… 

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Blogging Tips: Best Practices for Pictures in Posts | thekitchenpaper.com

Blogging Tips: Best Practices for Pictures in Posts

If you’re a blogger, you already know that there are a lot of behind-the-scenes details that go into creating a post. You probably use pictures in your posts — but are you uploading them, naming them, sizing them, etc. correctly? Here’s my list of best practices for using pictures in posts. If you implement the… 

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Asian Sesame Chicken Chop Salad | thekitchenpaper.com

Asian Sesame Chicken Chop Salad

I’m about to confess something that, while probably not actually that terrible, I see as so truly embarrassing and SMH-worthy I should just go crawl into a hole and hide. Brace yourselves. After canceling my Netflix account before we left for Asia, I re-subscribed AND I LOVE IT. There it is. It’s out there in… 

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Vietnam: Hoi An | thekitchenpaper.com

Vietnam: Hoi An

Our time in Hoi An was wonderful! I’ve struggled for the past 10 days, since we left, to put it succinctly into words. Hoi An is undoubtedly a touristy place — but for good reason: it’s gorgeous, charming, and has plenty to offer everyone. There are beautiful beaches, amazing restaurants, lovely architecture, history, culture, and… 

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Lemon Blueberry Muffins | thekitchenpaper.com

Lemon Blueberry Muffins

We’ve been in Vietnam for more than two months now, and are just past our halfway point before returning to the States for a visit. All of a sudden, we’ve both become a bit travel-tired! I suppose you could even say we’re homesick. It took us both by surprise, especially since it hit us both… 

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