Friday, September 7, 2012

Friday Finds

It's time for another Friday Finds, and my picks seem to be all over the place this week so let's get started.

Here are a couple of recipes that I want to try for breakfast.

White Lights on Wednesday

I like cranberries and coconut so am sure that I will like this granola.  I am adding this to that file of granola recipes that I am going to get around to making sooner or later.

High Heels and Grills

Cooler weather is coming.  I think that these would be just wonderful for a Sunday morning treat.  This was posted by Sarah, the wife of this couple blog.

Here a couple of ideas for lunch that caught my eye.

The Kitchen is My Playground

I love the flavor of curry in chicken salad.  I also like that this could be used both as a salad and as a sandwich filling.

Fantastical Sharing of Recipes

This wonderful looking sandwich is from Sarah, a regular contributor to Friday Favorite Finds.  Maybe it is the melty cheese running down, but I just want to jump into the computer after this.

A couple of ideas for new dinner main dishes:

High Heels and Grills

Normally I don't include two recipes from the same blog, but this just looks so good, and I recently got a great deal on some steak that would be perfect for this recipe.  This was posted by Zach, the husband of this couple blog.

Cookin' Mimi

As I have said, I need to use my slow cooker more.  This one is pretty much a dump the ingredients in and turn the slow cooker on recipe.  Right down my alley.

Resisting the urge to link up any sweets recipes this week, I am going to hop on over to Finding Joy in My Kitchen and see what others have found to share on Friday Favorite Finds.

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

This is also September Crazy Cooking Challenge Day so I will be back later with a Dilled Ranch Dressing recipe.  See you then.


  1. pumpkin pancakes?!?!? Love them. And, the cheese steak sloppy joes are great.

  2. Gotta check out that granola and those taters!

  3. Thank you for sharing my sloppy joes - it was one of the best cheese sauces I had ever had. :)


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