Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Food Blog Wanderings

I'm quite often bookmarking recipes from other blogs. Have a huge list now of things I'd like to try, so thought I'd share:
Breadchick's Chocolate and Michigan Cherry Quick Bread (because anything with chocolate & cherries has to be good)
Carrot Apple & Honey Muffins, from Baking Bites (so many great recipes on this blog I have a separate list)
Lime and Raspberry Bread, from Baking Bites
Bourbon Pecan Pumpkin Pie
Cherry Ripe Cheesecake, from Women's Day (not a blog, and not sure I should share this one!)
Chocolate Banana Cake, from Food and Thoughts
Coconut Rice Pudding, from Kitchen Addiction (I lurve any rice pudding!)
Coconut Cream Pie, from Baking Bites
Beanie Wienies for Grown Ups, from The Homesick Texan (fancy pork & beans)
Pastas, from Who's Cooking Tonight (they all have me drooling)
Chickpea, Ginger & Coriander Soup, from Pinch My Salt
Stuffed Mushrooms, from Dharm (loads of mushroom recipes, although I like the one at the bottom best)
Tomatillo Salsa, from What We're Eating
Yummy Broccoli, from SpiceTart

Yes, there is an overabundance of dessert recipes, but I do like baking best.


Muddiah said...

Have checked through a few recipes and they look really good...esp. the "yummy broccoli". Also decided to try the "quickbread" recipe and throw in a cup of blueberries. Will let you know how it turns out.

Suzer said...

I was going to say why use blueberries, but then I remembered..it's winter there. You can't get frozen cherries or cranberries. Blueberries and chocolate don't sound so hot together.

Muddiah said...

lol...wasn't thinking of using chocolate and blueberries, but just blueberries. I made the basic quickbread recipe and added blueberries. You can use that basic recipe and add just about anything you like. Only recommendation I'd make is to limit time to about 44 to 45 minutes. She said 50 to 60 and 50 was a bit too long. It was a little on the dry side, but I wrapped it tightly in foil and then some plastic wrap. Was better after sitting that way for a day. Very good.