Friday, July 8, 2011

Friday Finds

This week I have found recipes for some great summer cooking.


dashrecipes.com

There was an article on barbecuing in my Parade Magazine last Sunday that include a link to these spice rub recipes The link is to the start of a slide show for the five rubs.  I know that I will be trying all five.

Extraordinary Life

This one is a little more work than my Easy Pizza Sauce, but I am going to try this one the next time I need pizza sauce.

A Year of Slow Cooking

What better way to make a decadent dessert when it's too hot to turn on the oven (97 degrees here Wed.) than to use your slow cooker.  This one only takes 2-4 hours.

Country Living

Chocolate for breakfast.  Oh Yum.  I can think of all sorts of ways to have these.  Add some chocolate chips and/or nuts to the batter.  Top with slice bananas, raspberries, any other fresh fruit.  Pour all kinds of different syrups over the top.  I'll bet kids would love these.  The mix makes enough for 24 4-inch pancakes.  There are three other make ahead pancake and waffle mixes on this site.

Can't wait to see all the delicious dishes others have found this week.

Linking up to Friday Favorite Finds

Tomorrow:  Salisbury Steak with "Eat Your Veggies Gravy"

6 comments:

  1. I like the idea of chocolate for breakfast too ;) Although -- that same batter might make an excellent dessert waffle with fresh fruit and whipped cream. Yum.

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  2. The Peanut Butter Chocolate cake looks wonderful! And bonus, I even have all the ingredients. Hmmm...
    {Stopping by from Friday Favorites Finds}

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  3. Must try the PB cake... YUM!

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  4. Dropping by from Friday Favorites. The chocolate waffle recipe looks yummy. I'm sure my daughter will love it.

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  5. Glad you like the list gals. Thanks for coming by. I think chocolate dessert waffles would be good, too. There are so many things one could top them with fruit, ice cream, etc.

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  6. Hi Loy,
    You have a great list! I am checking them out. Thanks for sharing and have a great week!
    Miz Helen

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