Saturday, October 16, 2010

Blog Surfing

These Apple and Cheddar Turnovers sound great if you like cheddar with your apples like our family does. This recipe suggests using pre-made pie crust which makes it even faster and easier. And you will find a recipe here for Cider Braised Pork that is slow cooked on your stove top for one and a half hours. It looks very east to put together. From Tablspoon.

Candy Corn Cookies are perfect for this time of year. They are a larger version of the little candies and are so cute. From Wives with Knives.

Granny's Gingersnaps look good and very easy. They have molasses and ginger, just the way we like them. They make a great treat this time of year. From Here are 10 Favorite Apple Recipes that range from breakfast to dessert. All from

How about some Cranberry Upside Down Cakes for Thanksgiving, maybe? It uses a devils food cake mix and whole berry cranberry sauce, plus a few other ingredients. From Taste of Home.

I have looked for a recipe like this for years. These Stuffed Grape Leaves sound amazing! I'm keeping it here for future use. Thanks to Lori's Lipsmacking Goodness.

These Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies are a little different from most of the recipes I see. These are made with whole wheat flour and oatmeal. From Mennonite Girls Can Cook.

I'm always happy when I find a new recipe for pork tenderloin. This recipe for Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Sauteed Apples sounds great. With the mix of spices and apple cider sauteed apples, it has to be good. From For the Love of Cooking.

Tasty Kitchen is featuring several recipes. Pumpkin Granola looks great and these Harvest Apple Cookies with Brown Butter Glaze look great too. This recipe for Fresh Out Of The Oven Granola has four ingredients and bakes for 20-30 minutes to bake. Baked Pumpkin Seeds could be a great choice with leftover pumpkins this time of year. 

I like the mix of flavors in this Green Chili Chicken and Lime Soup from Our Krazy Kitchen,  and I like the pairing with these Pepperjack Peach Chicken Quesadillas with Honey Lime Sour Cream from Debbi Does Dinner, suggested by Our Krazy Kitchen. You will also find Pumpkin Pie Crumble Cake here.

I was happy to see this recipe on Cooking, Dunkin Style. We love Chicken Lettuce Wraps and you can find an AKA version of P. F. Changs here.

If you love hazelnuts/filberts like we do, Food Gal has some amazing looking Hazelnut Scones.

Picky Palate has a recipe for Pumpkin White Chocolate Chunk and Candied Ginger Blondies. It sounds like a great flavor combination.

This Sweet Potato Pudding Cake is originally from the Eating Well magazine which is a great magazine. It is made with whole wheat pastry flour and light coconut milk. It looks and sounds great. Thanks to Culinary in the Desert.

The Changeable Table has a recipe for Stuffed Tomatoes that can be made in the oven or a crockpot.

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