Saturday, November 20, 2010

Blog Surfing

This Toastess Cordless Warming Tray looks like such a great product, especially for those that do a lot of entertaining during the holidays. You plug it in for 8 minutes, remove the cord and it stays warm for an hour. It holds 4 plates, casseroles or platters. It sounds like the perfect addition to any holiday table or buffet table. From

From Tasty KitchenHomemade Coffee Extract that you can add to baked goods, ice cream or anything else you can think of.

From Our Krazy Kitchen, a great looking recipe for Southwest Butternut Squash.

HOLIDASH  has a short article about What Not to Serve this Thanksgiving. It is safe to say we won't be serving any of them at our table. You might want to check it out for a laugh!

This Pumpkin Cream Pie has a gingersnap crust and candied pecans is on my Thanksgiving menu. From shutterbean.

How about Mashed Sweet Potato Brulee on the Thanksgiving table? The brown sugar and walnuts make the crackly crust. From Brown Eyed Baker.

These Thanksgiving Mashed Potatoes can be made several days early and they will stay hot for hours once they are heated. I am putting these on my menu, too. From Tasty Kitchen.

Homemade Pumpkin Ice Cream sounds like a great finish to a Thanksgiving meal. You can find the recipe here along with detailed instructions and pictures from Home Cooking.

Are you tired of Pumpkin yet? These Pumpkin Pie Pancakes are beautiful, if pancakes can be beautiful! From Crepes of Wrath.

From Bunny's Warm Kitchen, these Pumpkin Doodle Cookies need only 1/2 cup of pumpkin and are rolled in cinnamon sugar like a snickerdoodle.

1 comment:

  1. Great round-up of recipes! That sweet potato brulee caught my eye, too.