Friday, November 11, 2011

Friday Finds

First, I must apologize to a fellow blogger, and I don't know who you are.  I ran across a blog with a wonderful recipe, commented on it, and said that I was including it in my Friday Finds.  I closed my browser and don't remember the name of the blog.  So, if you are that blogger and don't see your recipe listed here, please sent me an email and tell me who you are and the name of your blog; and I will be back.

Now, on to the recipes I did remember to list.  It appears that I was in a bit of a white mood this week as the first few finds are on the white side.

Jane-Adventures in Dinner

I have never tried to make gnocchi, but Jane makes it look so quick and easy I am going to give it a try.  Also, she makes it with leftover mashed potatoes, and I am always looking for new ways to use up those.

Uncle Carmen's Sicilian Cauliflower
It's a Keeper

Roasted cauliflower with parmesan cheese and topped with bread crumbs.  Maybe this would get a cauliflower dish by my hubby.  I know that I certainly would like it.

A Slice of Southern

This looks like such a fun breakfast.  French bread soaked in a custard and cooked in a waffle iron.  This is a treat I am going to make soon.

Perpetual Green Onions
Homemade Serenity

I had no idea that you could do this with green onions.  I never have green onions when I need them.  They are also relatively expensive on a price per pound basis.  I am going to buy a bunch and try this out for sure.

At the Well

Brisket is not easy to purchase here where I live, but I think that I will try this with the next sirloin tip roast I make.  I think the combination of ingredients is really interesting.

This is a just a bit of the great food and ideas that I ran across this week, but I am stopping now.  Again I am looking forward to seeing what others have found this week.

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6 comments:

  1. Loy - I just love that you do all this searching for me/us. These are great. Thanks bunches - enjoy your weekend.

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  2. I like all your finds...I think I'll try the green onion idea!

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  3. Like these waffles, combining the best of two foods!

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  4. Thanks so much for featuring me! Hope you live the gnocchi, I've got great cabbage rolls today.

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  5. I'm doing the perpetual green onions right now and it really does work and my house is not very well lit! :)

    Stopping by FFF

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