I'll not be around next Monday but be sure to read the end of this post for details of what's happening.
Well here it is - this week's round up of Bookmarked Recipes and this week we have some more great recipes from some more great bloggers who have bookmarked them from some really great places!!!
Michelle in Colorado Springs kicks off this weeks round up with Triple Strawberry Cream Pie using a recipe from A year from Oak Cottage. I'm a big strawberry fan so this is a hit for me!
Lisa from Lisa's Kitchen has brought some fantastic Peanut butter chocolate squares. She had tasted these a couple of years ago when they were made by a friend and has got the opportunity to make them now.
Dhanggit of Dhanggit's kitchen had fun last time so she's back with some Chorizo, cumin and curry bread. A recipe from 30 Bread Recipes by Lisa Mazieres. Dhanggit had to make this bread after finding a curry plant in her mother in law's garden while looking for something else... how very fortunate because this looks beautiful.
Divya Kudua from Easycooking from India has taken a recipe from Cooking 4 all season and made some Eggless chocolate brownies with banana!!!!. I'm a fan of chocolate brownies... in fact I'm a fan of pretty much chocolate anything, but these sound great with the addition of banana.
Kate of Paved with Good Intentions has made something she just couldn't wait until winter to try: Brunch Ham Puffs using a recipe from Pepperidge Farms. How could you say no to these! They look so tasty and full of flavour.
Cat from Creating with Cattitude joins us for the first time from Arizona with some Copycat Chippers cookies just like the ones from her local favourite bakery, but she found the recipe on Picky palate. Nothing beats some freshly baked cookies.
Pam from Sidewalk Shoes has made some delicious Buttermilk Baked Chicken using a recipe from Everyday food: Great Fast Food. This looks so crunchy and sounds so flavoursome.
Laura from the Spiced life has made something I've been craving recently..... cheesecake! And not just any kind of cheesecake but chocolate cheesecake bars!... I think I'd be in heaven with one of these. They are made from a recipe on La cuisine d'Hélène.
Dell from Cooking and the City has made something that has been on my to do list too because it sounds so darn scrummy! Tartiflette (cheese & potato bake). I just love cheesy potatoes! She found this recipe on Taste.com/au.
Becke the Columbus foodie made some Boston Baked Beans from the Wat the Cookie Crumbles. These beans sound like some real good comfort food, I'd be happy sitting down to a bowl of this!
Finally, I have cut it quite fine myself this week and made something just today: Chicken with peppercorns and shredded ginger. After just finishing it about half an hour ago I have to say this is one truly delicious dish! I'm glad I had it bookmarked in Anjum Anand's "Indian Food Made Easy".
Thanks everyone for your submissions!!! It's always exciting to see what people have been making and recreating as well as meeting some new bloggers.
As I said at the beginning of this post I'll be away next Monday (in fact I'll be gone from this Thursday until next Tuesday), so the lovely Dell over at Cooking and the City who is a regular to this event has been so lovely and agreed to host next week's round up (thank you Dell!!!). Submit your entries as normal to the usual email address and it will be included in the round up on Dell's blog next Monday, then I'll be back as usual after that for a few more weeks until my next excursion!
Remember if you want to take part here's all you have to do....
1. Pick a recipe from a book/magazine/blog/website/tv show and make it. (Note you can only submit 1 recipe per week)
2. Blog about it
- include where you got the recipe in your blog post (including a link to their website if possible)
- include a link to this post or this blog in your blog post
- include the logo (see above) for Bookmarked Recipes in your blog post
- include a photo of your recreation on your blog post
3. Email bookmarkedrecipes[AT]gmail[DOT]com with the following information:
- Your name and where you're from
- The name of your blog
- The permalink for your entry
- A photo of your entry
- A note of where you got your recipe from