December 2009 Roundup

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Meta, Monthly Roundup, Recipes

In savory recipes, Chicken Pot Pie from $5 Dinners, French Dip Sandwiches from A Blog About Food, Cheesy Crustless Quiche from A Food Coma, Hearty Cabbage Soup with Sausage and Potatoes from A Smart Mouth, Super Simple Cranberry Roast from A Year of Slow Cooking, Feta Walnut Spread from Absolutely Not Martha, Brown Veal Stock from Almond Corner, Baked Potato Soup from Annie’s Eats, Chorizo and Sweet Potato Tacos from arugulove, Tortellini with Bacon, Arugula and Brown Butter and Fresh Shell Bean Soup with Bacon and Pistou from The Bacon Show, Greek Tomato-Feta Fritters from The Bake-Off Flunkie, from Branny Boil’s Over, Caramelizd Onion Dip from Culinary Cory, Chicken Cordon Bleu Bites from Donut Taste Good, Quick Tomato-Basil Soup from Everyday Insanity, Pancetta Risotto Cakes with Vodka Sauce from Evil Shenanigans, Oaxacan Black Mole from Goodies First, Sweet-and-White Potato Latkes from Kitchen Ramblings from a Fairly Odd Tofu Mom, Chicken Cordon Bleu from Kristy’s Recipes, Roasted Romano Garlic Cauliflower from La Mia Cucina, Broccoli Cheese Soup from Living Insanity’s Loving Food, Ham-Cheddar Pretzel Bites from more bread and cheese, please!, Braised Lamb Shanks in Cranberry from [No Recipes], Crunchy Garlic Chicken from Rachel vs. The Kitchen, Tarragon Chicken Mac and Cheese from Rock Recipes, Italian Fries from shutterbean, Chile Pork and Black Beans with Chorizo from Slashfood, Creamy White Bean Soup from Sweet Peas and Pumpkins, Chorizo, Caramelized Onion, Roasted Roma Tomato and Fontina Frittata from Well Done Chef!, Crockpot Orange Chicken from Wholesome Feasts, Chocolate Chili con Carne from The Winter Guest, Slow Cooker Short Ribs of Beef from Words to Eat By, and Fennel-Pastrami Gratin from Zen Can Cook.

In sweet recipes, Chocolate Nutella Turnovers from Bake at 350, Baked Apple Dumplings with Cider Sauce from The Bitten Word, Butterscotch Cashew Chews from Butter My Kitchen, Grand Marnier Bundt Cake from Jill’s Blog, Easy Pretzel Turtles from Our Best Bites, Chocolate Chip Shortbread from The Purple Foodie, Salted Pistachio Brittle from shutterbean, Mini Panettones from Wholesome Feasts, Apricot and Coconut from, Chocolate Pecan Pie from Your Vegan Mom, and Simple Brown Sugar Fudge from ZestyCook.

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