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Category Archives: Recipe Round Up
This year has flown by and I have been cooking up a storm. What I love about writing this blog is we never have the same thing twice. We are always trying new and different. Dinner is never boring around here. Over the past almost year, these were the top viewed recipes. I was expecting to see some sort of pattern like all sweets or all drinks, but it is really all over the board from soups to desserts and everything in between.
Top 10 for 2012
Which of these have you tried? Did your favorite make the top 10?
This week I have been enjoying time up in North Georgia. We are up here to visit with my husbands family and pick up our newest addition. We have been to apple orchards, pumpkin patches, and on hikes. We are enjoying the peace and quite before heading home to Florida this weekend.
Yesterday we headed up to Tennessee to pick up the newest puppy. He is a Brittany, just like Murphy was. In a few short weeks he will be bouncing off the walls and full of energy, so for now we are enjoying his sweetness.
This week I have stuck to a fall theme with postings. How good does that Roasted Sweet Potato and Quinoa Soup by Noshing with the Nolands sound? So today I am sharing some fall themed pins. These are a few of my favorite from my All Things Fall board on Pinterest.
With Halloween right around the corner I love this pumpkin head vegetable platter. I am on the look out for ramekins small enough to be the eyes and nose. In between candy bars I will feel a little healthier munching on some carrots.
As soon as I saw this Tequila Jalapeno Cranberry Sauce I knew what dish I will be bringing to Thanksgiving. My favorite part of Thanksgiving is the homemade cranberry sauce and this sound like a great twist on a classic.
The next few dishes I will be making soon to use up my surplus of apples I have purchased up here in Georgia. I don’t know that I have ever had apple butter, but this homemade crockpot recipe just sounds too good and too easy not to try. I might cut the batch in half just in case I don’t turn out to the an apple butter fan.
And these apple meatballs Jennie made for #SundaySupper a few weeks ago have been on my must make list. Ground turkey and apple? These meatballs are practically heathy. I’ll take 15 please!
Do you need some quick and easy recipes to start off the school year. Going back to school is an adjustment for everyone, learning how to get back into your school time routine doesn’t always leave a lot of time for dinner. Below I have rounded up a few easy meals that are on the table in 30 minutes or less. Serve these with an easy side salad or steamed vegetables and dinner is ready.