Friday, December 7, 2012

Friday Finds

I did not post a Friday Finds last week as I needed to post my November Foodie Penpal reveal, but today I am back with another list of wonderful recipes found at the blogs of bloggers who attended Online Blogcon.

Shaken Together

Although Keri is not primarily a food blogger, she has some great recipes on her site.  I think this is a wonderful find.  Lemon curd without the eggs and made with ingredients I always have in my kitchen.  I am whipping some of this up this weekend.  My mind is also thinking one could make orange or tangerine curd also.

365 Days of Baking and More

This is part of a 12 Days of Christmas Cookies series at this blog.  This is a refrigerated, bake and slice cookie, or as we used to say in the old days "ice box" cookie.  It is so nice to have something like this is the fridge to make for unexpected guests.

The Live-In Kitchen

Well, this looks as if it is going to be a mostly sweets post.  That is OK, it is December after all.  At least this one has oatmeal and peanut butter in it.  Should make it a little healthier to eat, right?

Tumbleweed Contessa

There are many delicious looking sweets on this blog, but I also found this wonderful looking soup, and I am always looking for new soup recipes.

The Kitchen is My Playground

Back to the sweets.  You all know how much I like bar cookie recipes.  Bet this is a great one.

As always all photos were taken by and are the property of the owners of the respective blogs represented.

I am linking up to Friday Favorite Finds at Finding Joy in My Kitchen.  Click on over with me to see what other bloggers have found in their travels around the web this week.


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  2. Thanks for the feature this week. I think it is cooling off here. I think I will make the soup tomorrow. Drop by my kitchen for a visit.

  3. You're so sweet for featuring my lemon curd - the key lime curd worked, too, so I bet orange/tangerine would be awesome!!

  4. Lemon curd! Def looks like some tasty eats. :)


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