November 2007 Roundup

I apologize for the lack of posts this month – I’ve been really distracted with making arrangements for my upcoming trip, and food has really been the farthest thing from my mine. Eating this past week has been all about cleaning out the perishables before the end of the year. But there should be some upcoming posts about a couple of things I’ve made this month, along with an overview of our Christmas Eve dinner with family.

A couple of quick notes…

Today is the last day to buy your raffle tickets for this year’s Menu for Hope. Check out Pim’s site for the master list, or just go directly to the Firstgiving site to bid for the prize I’m offering, UC05 – the Penzey’s $100 GC.

The Food Lover’s Meetup group will be getting together for Dim Sum at Little Dragon on January 6th. I’ll be out of town, but the other organizer, Rosie, and nearly a dozen other folks will be there – the more the merrier. Check out the details of the event and feel free to join in!

Now, for the roundup…

In savory recipes, Apple Turnovers from A Consuming Passion, Karen’s Home-Made Noodles from A Fridge Full of Food, Black-Eyed Pea Stew with Kale from A Mingling of Tastes, Winter Squash Quiche from A Thinking Stomach, Butternut Mac ‘n’ Cheese from A Veggie Venture, Roasted Tomato Soup from Annie’s Eats, Turkey, Cranberry and Brie Panini from Baking Bites, Makhani Sauce for Leftover Turkey from Cooking in Westchester, Cauliflower Gratin from The Cooking Ninja, Taco Ring from Delectables and Other Adventures in Food, Aegean Baked Potatoes with Lemon, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt from Figs, Bay &¬†Wine, Slow Cooker Cassoulet from Just Recipes, Ramekin Turkey Pot Pies from Love and Olive Oil, Turkey and Wild Rice Soup from Making Food. Eating Food., Chicken Pot Pie from More Than Burnt Toast, Cream of Cauliflower Soup from Not Eating Out in New York, Roasted Acorn Squash with Spinach and Gruyere from Superspark, Murgh Makkhani from Trial and Error, Butternut Squash Lasagna from Urban Drivel, The Other “Other” Mac n’ Cheese from VittlesVamp, and Celery Root Soup with Bacon and Apple from yumsugar.

In sweet recipes, Cranberry Bliss Cupcakes from a whisk and a spoon, Butterscotch Pudding from A Year at Oak Cottage, Pecan Pie Cheesecake from Bake or Break, Sweetest Raspberry Shortbread from Confabulation in the Kitchen, French Toast Bagels from Confections of a Foodie Bride, Salted Caramel Cheesecake from Cream Puffs in Venice, Sweet Potato Pound Cake with Cranberry Walnut Streusel and Chocolate Marble Chunk Cookies from Culinary Concoctions by Peabody, Toll House Pie from Gulf Coast Gram, Buttered Apple Cider Sauce from Just Recipes, Deborah Madison’s Pecan-Coffee Tart from Kitchenography, Coconut Tapioca Pudding from La Tartine Gourmande, Deep-Dish Pecan Pie from MattBites, Sweet Potato Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Butter Cream Cheese Icing from Ooh you tasty little things, Mayan Chocolate Boca Negra with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream from the pie lady, Gluten Free Lemon Tart from Restaurant Widow, Pumpkin Pie Brulee from Serious Eats, Tiramisu Cake and Caramelized Brown Butter Rice Krispie Treats from Smitten Kitchen, Spiced Pumpkin Mascarpone Cupcakes from Tartelette, Chocolate Pots de Creme from Technicolor Kitchen, and Chocolate Pecan Bourbon Pie from The Experimental Gourmand.

Well, that’s it for me for now…more later as I am able.

5 thoughts on “November 2007 Roundup

  1. I just made the same Butternut Squash Lasagna from Urban Drivel on Friday and it was AMAZING!!!! My family and I loved it.

    Have a wonderful holiday Becke!

  2. Congrats on the opublicity- you are a star! How lucky you are to have such a large and close group of foodies to commiserate with in person! Hope you are enjoying all the joys of the holiday season- love, laughter, and of course , lots of delicious food!

  3. Congrats on the publicity- you are a star! How lucky you are to have such a large and close group of foodies to commiserate with in person! Hope you are enjoying all the joys of the holiday season- love, laughter, and of course , lots of delicious food!

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