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Saturday, October 9, 2010

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Annie's Eats has a very special treat. These Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls would be great for a special brunch. Her Caramel Apple Cheesecake Pie is her most popular post.

How clean is your kitchen? You might reconsider your answer after you read this article from The New York Times. Here is another link to see How to Clean 5 Common Kitchen Surfaces. All from The Kitchen.

If you have a donut pan, these Baked Caramel Apple Donuts are a nice alternative to fried. It would be hard to make them look like donuts without a donut pan. The batter looks great and could be used to make muffins instead. From Shutterbean.

It wouldn't be fall without Pumpkin Scones. They have four spices in them plus a spicy glaze. From Pennies on a Platter.

I like a little peanut butter with my apples and this Apple Peanut Butter Crisp sounds great. From Tasty Kitchen. Also from Tasty Kitchen, this Roasted Heirloom Tomato Soup sounds amazingly good. These Three Cheese Stuffed Shells with Meaty Tomato Sauce will be very good because they are from The Pioneer Woman herself, Ree, creator of Tasty Kitchen. Tilapia is a great fish, but it doesn't have much flavor of it's own. I am always looking for new tilapia ideas. This recipe for Parmesan Garlic Tilapia Sticks sounds great and it is baked. Thanks to Tasty Kitchen.

The pizza muffins from Mennonite Girls Can Cook look good and are made with one bowl and a muffin tin. You can find the recipe here. It would make a great snack for hungry kids!

The Brown Eyed Baker has a yummy looking recipe for The Baked Brownie. They look like a true chocolate fix!

Our Krazy Kitchen has a recipe for Stuffed Bell Peppers Italiano. They are filled in layers that include small pasta, a cheese mixture, sausage and marinara sauce.

How do Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting sound? Cooking with Christine has the recipe and they look and sound great. You can find the recipe and picture here. The recipe makes six large cinnamon rolls.

One Perfect Bite is sharing a recipe for Georgia-Style Brunswick Stew. This recipe is different from the recipe I use but it sounds good. The meat and vegetables are pre-cooked so the cooking time is actually the time it takes to warm everything up.

Baking Bites has a recipe for Dark Chocolate Chip Shortbread Cookies that look very good, especially if you are a dark chocolate lover. The dough need to chill for at least an hour before slicing. You can also any type of chip that you prefer. You can find the recipe here.

Taste of Home has made over Mac 'n' Cheese with lower fat and calories and it is made in the crockpot. You can find the recipe here.

Tablspoon has a recipe for Pumpkin and Granola Cookies. I like the idea of having something crunchy in a normally soft pumpkin cookie. Here is another recipe that is for Topsy-Turvy Apple Pie and you can find it right here.

This recipe is for Boston Cream Pie with a twist, Bananas. You can see this recipe from here.

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