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9 July Fourth Recipes from Our Favorite Food Bloggers

M. Reardon

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Megan Reardon, Not Martha

She may be Not Martha, but Megan Reardon's knack for creating whimsical and clever crafts and beautifully presented recipes put her in a league of her own.

"This is a dark chocolate pudding with a hot pepper kick. I pour the pudding into reusable half-pint jars that can be stored in the fridge until it's time to eat. Jars work well for bringing along to a picnic or cookout, because after the pudding has been eaten, the lids can be put back on to contain the stickiness until you can take them home to wash. Since the jars are watertight, you can store them in a cooler with ice if you're spending a long, lazy day picnicking in a park." —Megan Reardon, Not Martha

Get Megan's recipe for Firecracker Chocolate Pudding


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