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Broccoli Gratin with Mustard-Cheese Streusel

Broccoli Gratin with Mustard-Cheese Streusel


  • 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) butter
  • 2 large garlic cloves, minced
  • 4 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 2 1/2 cup fresh breadcrumbs made from crustless sourdough bread
  • 1 cup (packed) grated Parmesan cheese (about 3 ounces)
  • 12 to 13 cups broccoli florets (from about 3 pounds broccoli crowns)

Recipe Preparation

  • Melt butter in large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic; sauté until onion is soft, about 4 minutes. Mix in dry mustard, then 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard, blending well. Add breadcrumbs; sauté until crumbs are crisp and golden, stirring and pressing with back of fork to separate, about 8 minutes. Season with salt and pepper; cool completely. Mix in 3/4 cup cheese.

  • Cook broccoli florets in large pot of boiling generously salted water until crisp-tender, about 3 minutes. Drain. Transfer to paper towels; cool. DO AHEAD Streusel and broccoli can be made 1 day ahead. Cover separately and refrigerate.

  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Butter 13x9x2-inch glass baking dish. Place broccoli in large bowl. Add whipping cream, remaining 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard, and 1/4 cup cheese; toss to coat evenly. Arrange broccoli in prepared dish. Sprinkle streusel over. Bake until broccoli is heated through and streusel is browned, about 30 minutes.

Recipe by Selma Brown Morrow, Lena Cederham BirnbaumReviews Section

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Content differences between Family and Small Shares are in red items with a "+" in Family Shares are more in quantity than in Small anticipated quantities, if any, are in parentheses, as is the source of any produce not from Live Earth Farm (LEF). Occasionally content will differ from this list (typically we will make a substitution), but we do our best to give you an accurate projection.

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Family Share
Chinese cabbage
Collard greens
Dinosaur kale
Lettuce, mixed kinds +
Mei qing choi + [Wednesday]
Komatsuna [Thursday]
Spinach +
Summer squash

Small Share
Collard greens
Lettuce, mixed kinds
Mei qing choi
Summer squash

Extra Fruit Option
4-5 baskets of strawberries

Fruit "Bounty" Option
4-5 baskets of strawberries

There is something almost magical to pull on a cluster of leaves and watching a swollen fat root emerge from it's hiding place in the soil. The root for me represents the most earthy of all plant parts, it is anchored and intimately connected with the living soil we depend on. One of our most reliable and abundant root crops, as you might easily guess, is Raphanus sativus , the homely radish. Debbie has hinted that, for some, the magic of this particular little root is fading. Even though I can sympathize, given the abundance we have been putting in your shares, I want to make a humble pitch in defense for this little magical root we often give little thought or attention to.

The biggest radish fan on the farm is Juan Morales, who coincidentally is also in charge of all the field sowings. No sowing is complete unless radishes are part of the mix. On Monday mornings when we finalize our harvest list, Juan will often carry a fresh bunch of radishes to make sure they are not left out of the harvest routine. You will see Juan munching on a bunch of radishes at lunch. "Son de lo mejor" (they are the best) he will say, grinning and crunching away.

The other important radish fan here on the farm is Constance, for her, radishes have to be spicy and should probably have a permanent place on the table to be snacked on any time of day. Just yesterday, Elisa our youngest was snacking from a bowl of fresh French breakfast radishes before dinner, and she in her special heart-melting way said: "I like these Dadda, thank you for growing them."

Spring is always the most popular season to grow radishes, they will germinate quicker than the competition (the weeds), and the two varieties we grow -- 'French Breakfast' and 'Cherry Belle' -- are well adapted to most of our soils. One will grow faster than the other to give us the added advantage of a staggered harvest while sowing them at the same time.

The 'French Breakfasts' will typically be ready 21-25 days after germination and 'Cherry Belle' 5-7 days after that. Only in the heaviest, clay rich soils, will radishes struggle and develop black spotting, deformities, and often turn out pithy and spicy. When young and tender, the tops are also excellent greens. In Europe and Asia, radishes are used in pickles and relishes, as well as cooked in many different ways, sautéed or in soups. The history of radish cultivation goes back to the Egyptians and Greeks. Records also show evidence of their long popularity in China and Japan.

Even on a more esoteric level, Rudolph Steiner, who inspired Biodynamic Farming and gave great importance to the spiritual forces of food, believed that radishes stimulate one's thinking. He states that one doesn't even have to be very active oneself, by eating radishes the thoughts will simply come, so strong that they generate powerful dreams. Now we are talking. Magic.

On a more practical level, we are slowing down with our radish production, just as spring fades into summer so will the radishes fade in their abundance.

Since last week's Community Farm Day was so much fun, I want to remind
everyone about the upcoming 14th Annual - Live Earth Farm Solstice Celebration, on Saturday, June 20th.
We'll start at 10 AM for all who want to participate in more hands-on activities such as U-picking berries, baking bread, planting, milking, playing with the baby goats and chickens, cheesemaking, and exploring the farm on walking tours or tractor rides. Children of "all" ages shouldn't miss Doug, Larry and Steve, from the Banana Slug String Band who will entertain us with their inspiring lyrics and rhythms starting at 4PM . Our popular potluck will start around 6:30PM. We will once again light a small bonfire to honor the beginning of summer. Throughout the evening Kuzanga Marimba will keep us swinging and color the air with their beautiful Zimbabwean Marimba music .

Summer Solstice is actually a time of light and of fire, a time to reflect upon the growth of the season: the seeds that have been planted in the earth and those planted in our own lives. Remember to bring a dish to contribute to the potluck it 's a reminder of what nourishes us, and a small offering acknowledging the change of the season. A more detailed schedule of events will follow in the next couple of weeks, so for now just mark your calendars. Hope to see you all here at the farm.

A member asked about the expiration dates stamped on TLC Ranch's egg cartons sometimes there was more than one. The explanation is simple: we are all returning our cartons to TLC for re-use, and so they do indeed re-use them, stamping the new expiration date on the cartons. So if you see more than one date, the newest date will always be the correct one for the enclosed eggs.

Just a teaser: next week, Erin, Jessie and Christy of Companion Bakers, the folks who make our wonderful bread option possible, will share their story and process with us here in the newsletter. Their unique, European-style whole-grain sourdough breads are quickly snapped up at farmers markets, so we are lucky to have their talents (and bread!) available for our CSA members. Stay tuned to learn how it all happens, what goes into their different loaves, and why their bread is different than anything you can find in a store.

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Member Traci Townsend sent me this tasty kale salad recipe a few weeks ago, and so now that we're getting the "Dino" (Tuscan) Kale again - unless of course Tom changes that - seemed like a good time to share it with you all! So far I've given you recipes for cooked kale and raw kale and toasted kale and massaged kale. this one is a sorta-kinda-cooked, but used in a salad. See how flexible and varied cooking can be?

Dino Kale Salad with Toasted Almonds
San Francisco Chronicle April 09
Serves 6

"Otherwise known as Tuscan kale, dino kale bunches are long and the dark green leaves have a slightly leathery look. You can make the salad up to a day ahead, but add the almonds at the last minute."

3 small bunches dino kale [you could probably halve this recipe and use 1 bunch from the farm]
5 tbsp. slivered almonds
3 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
2 tbsp. red wine vinegar
1 tsp. finely minced garlic
1 tsp. honey or agave syrup + more to taste (or a few pinches sugar)
Salt and pepper to taste

Bring a large pot of salted water to the boil and prepare a large bowl of ice water.

Fold each kale leaf in half lengthwise so the stem is on one side, then trim off the stem and discard it. Chop the leaves crosswise every 1-2 inches. [It's a lot easier to just strip the leaves from the stem and chop, but if you want neater cut edges you can do it this way.]

Blanch the leaves until slightly tender, 2 minutes. Immediately shock in the ice water until just cold. Drain in a colander, then firmly squeeze the leaves several times to remove water. Spread the leaves in a large kitchen towel, then roll the towel around it to gently remove any extra water.

Meanwhile, toast the almonds in a skillet over medium heat, flipping often, until light brown and fragrant, about 5 minutes.

Place the kale in a large bowl and toss with the olive oil, vinegar, garlic, honey and salt and pepper. Adjust the seasoning for sweetness and salt, then toss in the almonds. Serve immediately.

Another member, Sindy Ho, made up the following recipe herself, and since we're getting collards again, it seemed the perfect time to share it:

Quiche with Collard Greens and Corn
by Sindy Ho

Bunch of collard greens (about 1 C cooked)
1 C cooked bacon
1 C sweet corn kernels
1 C grated pepperjack cheese
3 eggs
1/2 C heavy cream
1/2 C whole milk
Tart dough (see below!)
salt & pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350. Roll out tart dough and cover 9" pie dish. Puncture dough with fork & cover with foil and place either beans or pie weights to hold the foil down. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove from oven, remove foil & weights, and return to oven for 10 more minutes

While crust is baking, put on water to boil. Remove ribs & stems from collard greens. Roll the leaves up like a cigar and cut into a chiffonade, or very thin strips. Once water boils, salt it lightly and add collards cook to your liking. Pour into colander & squeeze out all the excess water.

In the pie crust, evenly spread out the bacon, collard greens, and corn. In a separate bowl, whisk together eggs, cream, milk, salt & pepper, & any herbs you want to add. Pour egg mixture over all the toppings & sprinkle cheese evenly over the quiche. Crank the oven up to 375 and bake for 45-50 minutes.

Tart Dough Recipe
1.5 sticks cold butter
2 C all purpose flour
1/2 C ice water
1/4 tsp. salt (omit if using salted butter)
Savory herbs (optional)

Cut butter into 1/4 inch cubes & add flour & chopped herbs if desired. Work butter and flour together with fingertips or dough cutter until it forms a coarse meal. Add ice water gradually until a dough forms. Flatten dough into a disk and wrap in plastic, chill for at least an hour. I like to make my dough a day or two before, that way it's all ready to go when I want it. I just take it out 15-20 minutes before I'm ready to roll it out! - Sindy

Here is a recipe for a soup that is really fabulous, although it sounds rather mundane (the secret ingredient is the bacon). My friend's mom made this for us all at Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! Although it is called "zucchini" soup, you can use any kind of summer squash. The Magda or Lebanese squash (the pale green ones we're going to start getting this week) are really flavorful, and will be wonderful in this!

Zucchini Soup
courtesy of Elaine Lindner

3 C cubed zucchini [or any summer squash]
2 slices bacon, coarsely chopped
1 small onion, chopped
2 C beef or chicken stock
½ tsp. dried basil
1 small garlic clove, chopped
2 tbsp. parsley, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
Parmesan cheese (for sprinkling on top when serving)

Fry bacon out and add rest of ingredients. Cook until tender. Whirl everything in a blender. Reheat, check seasoning. Recipe may be doubled.

I'm not generally a deep-fryer person, but this one sounded unusual and interesting!

Crispy Bok Choi
from a cookbook called "Vegetables and Vegetarian Dishes"
serves 4 as a side dish

"This recipe is traditionally used as a bed for spicy chicken but over the years so many people have commented on it that I believe it should rank as a side dish in its own right."

from the author [Sorry it's an old copy out of a cookbook so I've lost the author's name]

10 oz. bok choi [or mei qing choi. Don't sweat the quantity too much if you used 6 oz. or a pound I don't think it'd much matter]
¼ tsp. salt
2 tsp. brown sugar
vegetable or sunflower oil for deep frying
3 tbsp. whole roasted peanuts

Shred the leaves and allow to air dry for at least two hours. They should be completely dry when you are ready to use them.

Mix the salt and brown sugar together in a bowl and set aside.

Heat the oil in a deep pan at least four inches high to about 375 - 400 degrees F.
Fry the leaves a handful at a time for about 30 seconds, or until slightly darkened and shriveled. Make sure they do not burn. Remove from the pan and drain on paper towels. Keep the leaves warm in a low oven (200 degrees).

When all the leaves have been fried, add the nuts and toss well. Serve with the salt and sugar mixture on the side, for sprinkling.

Lastly, here's a nice rich cheesy broccoli recipe! (Broccoli goes well with cheese, I think!)

Broccoli Gratin with Mustard-Cheese Streusel
undated Bon Appetit clipping
serves 4

2 tbsp. butter
3 tbsp. minced onion
1 large garlic clove, minced
¼ tsp. dry mustard
2 tbsp. Dijon mustard
1 ¼ C fresh breadcrumbs
½ C (packed) grated Parmesan cheese (about 1 ½ oz)
6 or so C broccoli florets (about 1 ½ lbs.)
¼ C heavy cream [avoid ultra-pasteurized!!]

Melt butter in large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic saute until onion is soft, about 3 minutes. Mix in dry mustard, then 1 tbsp. of the Dijon mustard, blending well. Add breadcrumbs saute until crumbs are crisp and golden, about 5 - 6 minutes. Season with salt and pepper cool completely. Mix in all but 2 tbsp. of the grated Parmesan.

Cook broccoli in large part of boiling generously salted water until crisp-tender, 2 to 3 minutes. Drain. Transfer to paper towels cool [I like to use cotton floursack towels to minimize paper towel usage. Something like this may stain the towels somewhat, but whatever! They're washable.]

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Butter a 9-inch square glass baking dish. Place broccoli in a bowl together with whipping cream and remaining tbsp. of Dijon mustard and the remaining 2 tbsp. Parmesan toss to coat evenly. Arrange broccoli in prepared dish. Sprinkle streusel over. Bake until broccoli is heated through and streusel is browned, about 25 - 30 minutes.

Here is the current schedule, and we will update the calendar here in the newsletter regularly. You can also get more information from the calendar on our website.

NEW!! Farm Workshops/Lectures
this is an idea that is still forming.
Possible subjects to include Permaculture, Fermented Foods, Farming with the Wild. stay tuned!

UPDATED!! Community Farm Days
Every month from May through October, 9am - 4pm, on these Saturdays:
May 30th
June 20th Farm - coinciding with our Solstice Celebration
August 1st
August 29th
September 26th
October 24th - coinciding with our Harvest Celebration
Participants are welcome to arrive Friday evening and camp out overnight to Saturday. Please leave your dogs at home, thanks! The intent of Community Farm Days is to increase the opportunity for members and their families to experience and enjoy a slice of "life on the farm" at different times of the year - kind of like our old Mini Camp, but for members of all ages! Each month will have a different activity focus, and will be announced in advance here in the newsletter. RSVP of number of people attending and whether you'll be arriving Friday night or Saturday is requested. Call 831.763.2448 or email [email protected]

Apricot U-Pick Days
two Sundays: July 5th and July 12th
Bring your own bags.

Summer Solstice Celebration
Saturday June 20th <---note new date!
[click here for a short YouTube video of our 2007 celebration]

*** Children's Mini-Camp has been discontinued, and is being replaced with the above-mentioned Community Farm Days. ***

Fall Harvest Celebration
Saturday October 24th
[and click here for a YouTube video of our Fall celebration!]

Lamb and Ale Casserole with Mustard and Cheese Crust

  • ½ cup plain flour
  • 1.5 kg lamb shoulder, diced
  • ¼ cup vegetable oil
  • 2 onions, thinly sliced
  • 3 celery stalks, thinly sliced
  • 2 tbsp tomato puree
  • 150g button mushrooms, halved
  • 330 ml bottle amber ale
  • 250 ml rich beef stock
  • 3 bay leaves
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • Wholegrain mustard (to spread)
  • Slices of baguette
  • 50g grated Parmesan
  • 100g cheddar cheese
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C. In a large bowl, toss the lamb in the flour to coat.
  2. Heat half of the oil in a flameproof casserole dish over medium heat. Shake excess flour from the lamb and cook until browned. Remove from the dish.
  3. Heat the rest of the oil in the casserole dish and fry the onions and celery until softened. Stir in the tomato puree and cook for a minute more.
  4. Return the lamb to the dish along with the mushrooms, ale, stock, bay leaves, sugar and Worcestershire sauce. Season and bring to the boil.
  5. Put on the lid and bake in the oven for 1½ hours, until the lamb is tender.
  6. Remove the casserole from the oven and spread mustard on enough baguette slices to cover the casserole and layer on top of it.
  7. Sprinkle with the Parmesan and cheddar and bake in the oven for 20 minutes.

This can be served on it’s own, or with plenty of fresh vegetables.

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Spring was definitely in the air last weekend. It was still chilly, especially in the early morning and evening, but when the sun was shining one could actually feel the heat from it. Early Spring blossom has started to appear on the trees in Bristol and the daffodils are very much in flower. So it might seem odd that I chose to cook rather wintry, comfort food dishes, but I thought I’d better get them in before temperatures really do rise.

Lancashire Hotpot

My husband says I can’t possibly write a post about this meal because we didn’t take a photo of it, but, with apologies for the lack of illustration, I’ve decided to do it anyway. It was a success and the ideal thing to cook last Saturday when I had plenty of time in the morning but wanted to watch England play Wales in a crucial Six Nations rugby match in the afternoon. Honestly, as you will see, this hotpot is more or less just an assembly job. While I was preparing it I managed to keep an eye on the Italy v Ireland match.

For the ingredients, I more or less followed Felicity Cloake again and make no apologies for that. Here is what I did.


  • 6 lamb cutlets
  • 400g diced lamb shoulder
  • Flour, salt and pepper
  • 3-4 large, floury potatoes
  • 2 sprigs thyme
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 300ml stock (Felicity says lamb stock, but I used a homemade chicken one because that’s what I had in the fridge, and it was fine.)
  • 20g melted butter, plus extra to grease.
  • Dust the meat with the flour and seasoning. Peel and slice the potatoes thinly.
  • Butter a casserole which has a lid.
  • Put a layer of overlapping potato slices in the bottom of the casserole, season them and sprinkle with a little thyme.
  • Put the meat and bay leaf on top, followed by the onions and some more seasoning.
  • Top with the remaining potatoes, overlapping them again. Season these and pour on the stock, which should not come above the topping.
  • Brush the potatoes with the melted butter.
  • Put the lid on and place the casserole in the simmering oven. Cook for 4-6 hours.
  • Thirty minutes before serving, remove the lid and transfer to the roasting oven to brown the potatoes.

I placed it in the oven at about 2pm and then all I had to do when we were ready to eat was steam some carrots (in the simmering oven of course) and cook some cabbage.

By the way, for afternoon tea on the sofa, in front of the England v Wales match, we had buttered slices of this delicious “hot cross” fruit loaf which I’d bought in the morning from the Bordeaux Quay stall at Whiteladies Road Market.

Simple Stroganoff

This beef stroganoff, based on Delia Smith’s recipe, has the flavours of “proper” stroganoff but the advantage that it can be made ahead instead of at the last minute it’s ideally suited to Aga cooking.


  • 700g fairly lean braising beef
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 50g butter
  • 275 ml dry white wine
  • 250g mushrooms, sliced if large
  • 250ml sour cream
  • Freshly grated nutmeg
  • Salt and freshly milled black pepper
  • Cut the meat into thin strips, about 5mm wide and no more than 6cm long.
  • Melt the butter in a casserole and soften the onion in it in the simmering oven for about 15 minutes. Remove to a plate with a slotted spoon.
  • Place the casserole on the boiling plate and brown the beef in batches.
  • Once the meat is browned, move the casserole to the simmering plate and return the beef and onion to it. Season and pour in the wine.
  • Bring to simmering point, put on the lid and let it cook in the simmering oven for 3-4 hours.
  • An hour before you want to eat, stir in the mushrooms, cover and return it to the oven.
  • Taste to check seasoning, stir in the sour cream with a good grating of nutmeg. Don’t let the cream boil.
  • Serve with plain boiled rice and perhaps some broccoli or a green salad.

Depending on the weather, perhaps my next posts will move on to lighter, fresher dishes.

Welcome to Autumn Fever - 2019

Welcome to Autumn Fever 2019

The game room is pleased to host Autumn Fever.

Can you smell it in the air. That special something. Jack Frost is nipping at Mother Nature and she is striking back with winds, rain, lower temperatures and changing colours. Autumn harvests produce a bounty of ingredients for indulging in all of our favourite fall treats.

There are so many wonderful ingredients available: herbs, fruits, vegetables, seeds, grains, nuts and roots to inspire tasty fall treats.

Pull up a chair and grab a delicious apple cider or a fancy pumpkin coffee beverage to sip while you check out all of the wonderful fall recipes that have been listed for your dining pleasure.

In this game you will find recipes that contain these types of ingredients. (example: apple, pear, plum, figs, cranberry, cherries, carrot, corn, bean, almonds, chestnuts, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, cabbage, turnip, squash, zucchini, onion, potato and pumpkin)

The recipes can be served for any meal used in beverages, breads, breakfast/brunch dishes, soups/salads, appetizers/snacks, casseroles/ stews and main/side dishes.

Maybe you prefer sweets or snacks like toasted pumpkin seeds, spiced popcorn, candy or caramel apples, caramel corn or caramel balls. Or perhaps you enjoy desserts like squares, cakes, cookies, doughnuts, tarts and pies. The options seem endless. We can't wait to see what recipes you will submit.

How to play:
1. Each player may submit a maximum of 25 recipes .
2. All recipes submitted will be placed on Page 1 under the food categories listed above.
3. Players may choose recipes to tag from these lists.
4. The recipes that are posted for this game will be removed as they are tagged and new recipes may be offered only after they have passed moderation . (They will sit in Current tags until the reviews show)
5. When updating the host will add a jack o lantern beside your name, for every recipe of yours that has been completed with a posted review. You will be able to post as many new recipes as you have jack o lanterns.
6. Please check Page 1 periodically to see if you may add any new recipes.
7. You are required to make and review the recipe within TWO WEEKS from the date of your tag and report back here when the review has posted.

1. This is not our usual tag game, no one is it. You may choose from the available recipes at your leisure.
2. There is no limit on how many recipes you may tag or how often you tag.
3. The recipes are placed under categories for easy viewing.
4. Extensions - If you are unable to complete the recipe within the two weeks, please request a TWO WEEK EXTENSION .
5. Past Due - Tags not finished within the 2 week period, will be marked as "PAST DUE" and noted on the tag so that you can easily see if one of your tags is overdue.
6. Once listed as past due for longer than 4 weeks (28 days), you will no longer be able to participate in any of the games or events in the "Cooking Games and Events Forum" , until you have made and reviewed the outstanding tag/s. This is done to keep it fair for all players in the games.
7. As always, photos are very welcome.

Please Note: Tagging Example

NWG tagged Susie D's - . 2.html?r=5 (Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili) - side dish
NWG has completed Susie D's - . 2.html?r=5 ( Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili) - side dish

Baby Kato is your host for this game. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask for help in the game thread or funmail lazyme.

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Lazyme - . pples.html (Buttermilk Pancakes with Maple Syrup Apples)
Teresa - . ight-21676 (sweet rolls overnight)
Bonnie G - . ars-515188 (Vanilla Cornmeal Griddle Cakes with Pears)
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Lavender Lynn - (German Apple Bread)

Leggy Peggy - (Buttermilk bread loaf) - bread
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dienia b - . soup-29413 (Barbara Bush Corn Bisque with Mushroom Soup)

dienia b - . ican-21392 (Bullet Soup Canada Native American)
dienia b - . soup-30947 (Cheeseburger Soup)
dienia b - . alls-19916 (Chicken vegetable Soup with Ginger Meatballs)
dienia b - . ower-25534 (Clam Celery Soup a la Eisenhower)
Linky - . e.html?r=4 (Green Bean and Potato Soup - Lite)

Linky - . .html?r=40 (Bouneschlupp - Green Bean and Potato Soup)
Linky - . .html?r=37 (Belgian Onion Soup)
Linky - . .html?r=47 (Sweet Ale Soup)
Linky - . .html?r=52 (Dutch Soup with Tiny Meatballs)
Linky - . .html?r=87 (Butternut Squash Soup w Sage-infused Brown Butter)

Baby Kato - . html?r=269 (Chipotle Pumpkin Soup)
FEM - . soup-21771 (Thai Inspired Sweet Potato Curry Soup)
FEM - . soup-16555 (Cream Of Potato, Leek, Zucchini, Ham, & Chicken Soup)
FEM - . basa-25861 (Green Turnip Soup With Kielbasa)
Chef PotPie - (Russian Borscht)

Mikekey - . html?r=258 (Grandma's Chicken Barley Soup)
Lauralie - . -soup-2253 (Chicken And Wild Rice Soup)
Lauralie - . oup-211605 (Unstuffed Green Pepper Soup)
Lauralie - . ham-249499 (Cabbage Soup With Ham)
Lauralie - . 3.html?r=2 (Instant Pot Split Pea With Ham Soup)

Lauralie - (Whole Hearth Soup)
HokiesMel - . toh-482687 - Bean & Pasta Soup from TOH
breezermom - . html?r=422 (Creamy Pumpkin Red Pepper Soup)
Mikekey - . .html?r=23 (Red Root Soup)
LifeisGood - . f.html?r=1 Waterzooi De Poulet (it's like a creamy chicken soup)

Baby Kato - . .html?r=14 (Simple Corn Chowder)
Northwestgal - . html?r=437 (Chicken Soup with Lime and Avocado)
Chef PotPie - (Chicken Gnocchi Soup)
Linky - . soup-24867 (ČESNEČKA - Czech Garlic Soup)
Karen E - . oup-386259 (Sandys Gourmet Mushroom Soup)

Karen E - . oup-373541 (Sweet Potato and Onion Soup)
dienia b - . wder-31063 (Bush's all american clam chowder)
dienia b - . wder-32214 (Portuguese clam chowder)
ImPat - . soup-31975 (Barley & Vegetable Soup)
ImPat - . ne-1-29531 (Autumn Minestrone 1)

ImPat - . ne-2-29532 (Autumn Minestrone 2)
ImPat - . soup-30759 (Slow Cooker Thai Style Pumpkin Soup)
Linky - . p.html?r=4 (Light Wild Rice and Turkey Soup)

Teresa - (quick fish stew)
Linky - . .html?r=14 (Chili Con Carne)
Linky - . .html?r=91 (Just Right Chili)
LifeIsGood - . ion-268774 Easy and Saucy Crockpot Pork Chops - Healthier Version!
Baby Kato - . pot-330929 (Tasty Chicken Fennel Soup in a Crock Pot)

Chef PotPie - . lla-458089 (Slow Cooker Chicken Marbella)
Chef PotPie - . ker-164179 (Country Captain for The Slow Cooker)
Chef PotPie - . ker-260362 (Beef Burgundy For The Slow Cooker)
Mikekey - . .html?r=11 (Braised Pork With Fennel (Slow Cooker)
Mikekey - . .html?r=16 (Brisket in Red Wine (Slow Cooker)

Mikekey - . html?new=1 (Crock Pot Pot Roast)
Mikekey - . .html?r=45 (Bacon Braised Brussel Sprouts (Pressure Cooker)
Mikekey - . html?r=431 (Pressure Cooker Carrot Soup)
Diana A - (Merlot Beef Stew)
Lauralie - . role-30839 (Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Casserole)

Leggy Peggy - . lamb-stew/ (Mum's lamb stew)
ChefPotPie - . llo-539364 (Argentine Beef Stew in a Pumpkin, (Carbonata en Zapallo)
LifeisGood - . .html?r=15 (Slow Cooker Moroccan Beef And Green Bean Tajine)
Lauralie51 - . stew-33330 (Easy Tuscan Beef Stew)

Northwestgal - . html?r=312 (Homemade Maple Bars)
Northwestgal - . html?r=147 (Iced Pumpkin Pecan Cookies)
Northwestgal - . html?r=326 (Triple Decker Pumpkin Chocolate Brownies)
Northwestgal - . html?r=328 (Pumpkin Crunch Cake)
Northwestgal - . html?r=193 (Poached Apples with Whipped Cream and Pistachios)

Lavender Lynn - (Winning Apple Crisp)
Lavender Lynn - . ipe-479975 (Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting)
Lavender Lynn - . kes-452649 (Amandas Gingerbread Cupcakes)
dienia b - . cake-14402 (Libbies Crexh Poppy Seed Cake)
dienia b - . cake-19915 (Cinnamon Flop Coffee Cake)

Baby Kato - . html?r=384 (Pass that Sweet Potato Pie)
Baby Kato - (Aunties Pumpkin Pie)
Baby Kato - . html?r=251 (Lemon Blueberry Cake with hot Honey Butter Sauce)
Baby Kato - . uce-284274 (Warmed Cinnamon Apples with Caramel Cider Sauce)
Bonnie G - (Spice Rum Brittle)

Bonnie G - (Peach Fritters)
FEM - . ench-22842 (Henri’s Apple Meringue Pie - French)
FEM - . cake-24953 (Fresh Apple Autumn Cake)
Mikekey - . html?r=444 Pumpkin Custard With Pecan-Ginger Topping
Nancy - . html?r=607 (addictive oatmeal molasses cookies)

HokiesMel - . ake-484451 (Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cake)
HokiesMel - . ies-438167 (Deep Chocolate Pistachio Brownies)
HokiesMel - (Pumpkindoodles)
HokiesMel - . ing-295019 (Heart Healthy Cinnamon Rice Pudding)
Teresa S - . alad-33456 (Candy Apple Salad)

breezermom - . html?r=233 (Chocolate Pecan Bars)
breezermom - . html?r=499 (Chocolate Pecan Chess Pie)
Leggy Peggy - . unk-slice/ (Chewy chocolate chunk slice)
Leggy Peggy - . gel-balls/ (Chocolate truffles)
Leggy Peggy - . -streusel/ (Cranberry and orange streusel)

Leggy Peggy - . e-cookies/ (Double rich chocolate cookies)
Bonnie G - (English Toffee)
zackhogan1 - . e-pie.html (Zachs Ultra Canadian Cheesecake Pie)
Bonnie G - . art-524221 (Chocolate Kahlua Walnut Tart)
Nancy - . html?r=500 (coffee madeleines)

Bonnie G - . box-533650 (Special Chocolate Cake from a Box)
Bonnie G - Creamy Caramel Flan (Creamy Caramel Flan)
Lauralie51 - . okies-2250 (Orange Pecan Butter Cookies)
Lauralie51 - . cake-33541 (5 Ingredient Apple Dump Cake)
LifeIsGood - . html?r=202( Simple and Quick Spiced Pecans)

Teresa's - . cake-33443 (salted caramel apple cake)
Nancy's Pantry - . .html?r=61 (maple crème brulee with hazelnuts)
Bonnie G - . ars-531592 (No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars)
Teresa's - . orte-25014 (apple cream torte)
Chef PotPie - . ute-217215 Pumpkin Patch Cake - Cute!

Linky - . risp-24908 (Carol's Revolutionary War Apple Crisp)
Lazyme - . sauce.html (Fresh Fruit with Creamy Grand Marnier Sauce)
Lavender Lynn - . ake-315445 Lynns Luscious Chocolate Cake
lazyme - . faits.html (Kahlua Toasted Coconut Ice Cream Parfaits)
lazyme - . sauce.html (Eggnog Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce)

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Bonnie G - . uce-539305 (Pretzel Bites with Mustard Cheese Sauce)
Bonnie G - (Herbed Baked Brie)
Bonnie G - . all-519139 (Perfect Fall Cheese Ball)
Bonnie G - . dip-512933 (Jalapeno Bacon Hush Puppies with Chipotle Dip)
HokiesMel - . mix-329562 (Praline Pecans and Cranberry Mix)

Lavender Lynn - . eef-422895 ( Cabbage Rolls with Beef)
Lavender Lynn - (Stuffed Bell Peppers)
Lavender Lynn - . oaf-481280 (Pioneer Woman Favorite Meatloaf)
dienia b - . oast-22247 (Elivs Presleys Pot Roast)
dienia b - . sket-33327 (Cranberry Brisket)

Linky - . .html?r=43 (Audrey Hepburn's Hutspot)
LifeIsGood - (Chile Jam Chicken)
LifeIsGood - . fat-241042 (Awesome and Easy Chicken Enchiladas - Reduced Fat)
LifeIsGood - . uce-321689 (Chicken Wellington With Mushroom Veloute Sauce)
LifeIsGood - . html?r=185 (Skillet Shepard's Pie)

Baby Kato - . ison-86942 (Kato's Tender Roast Venison)
Baby Kato - . s.html?r=2 (Comfort Food - Ham and Green Beans)
Baby Kato - . stew-86093 (Old Fashion Rabbit Stew)
Bonnie G - (Mini Chicken Potpies)
FEM - . roth-24410 (Southern Chicken & Dumplings With Herbed Broth)

FEM - . ravy-30728 (Beef Brisket With Horseradish Cream Gravy)
FEM - . oast-31748 (Patricia's Pork Roast)
FEM - . esto-24980 (Brined Pork Chops With Sage Almond Pesto)
FEM - . -oil-17238 (Tilapia With Potato Crust & Chive Rosemary Oil)
FEM - . nier-22836 (Roasted Chicken a'la Marnier)

Chef Pot Pie - (Applesauce Meatloaf)
Chef Pot Pie - . uce-227378 (Grilled Asian Pork Tenderloin with Peanut Sauce)
Mikekey - . e.html?r=2 (Braised Pork Loin, Flanders Style)
Mikekey - . html?r=426 (Pot Roast with Cranberries)
Mikekey - . html?r=593 (Turkey-Pumpkin Meatloaf)

breezermom - . ime-480339 (Chicken and Cornbread Casserole)
breezermom - . .html?r=82 (Chicken with Cider and Cream)
breezermom - . html?r=267 (Butternut Squash and Chicken Pasta)
breezermom - . html?r=273 (Butternut Squash Ravioli with Spinach Pesto)
breezermom - . html?r=306 (Chicken Cutlets with Tarragon Mushroom Sauce)

breezermom - . html?r=500 (Dinner Mac and Cheese)
LifeIsGood - . ows-248350 (One Dish Chicken and Bows)
Linky - . .html?r=24 (Bucatini alla Lemon Carbonara
Linky - . html?r=412 (Gnocchi Four Cheese Bake)
Bonnie G - . ens-537422 (Mexican Rice Bowl with Black Beans and Greens)

Leggy Peggy - . tian-pork/ (Pork with apples)
Leggy Peggy - . -the-hole/ (Toad-in-the-hole)
Northwestgal - . .html?r=15 (Santa Fe Green Chile Meatloaf)
ForEverMama - . lini-31699 (Creamy Prosciutto Tortellini)
Chef PotPie - . age-539244 (Japanese Fried Chicken Thighs)

Northwestgal - . html?r=552 (Filet de Porc Aux Champinons - Pork and Mushrooms)
Northwestgal - . html?r=692 (Pork Roast with Carolina Gravy)
lazyme - (Penne a la Vodka)
LifeIsGood - . html?r=207 (Pepper Steak)
Teresa - . alad-26272 (tart apple hazelnut chicken salad)

Linky - . auce-33471 (Beef Meatballs in Onion Carrot Sauce)
Linky - . ahar-26480 (Cauliflower with Ground Beef)
Lavender Lynn - . eef-422895 (Cabbage Rolls with Beef)
Karen E - . rne-378656 (Jamies Chilli Con Carne )
Karen E - . hos-368806 (Bean and Sweet Potato Nachos)

ForeverMama - . oast-28405 (To Die For Slow Cooker Pot Roast)
LIG - . auce-19703 Chicken Wellington With Mushroom Veloute Sauce
LIG's . auce-23344 Roast Chicken With Parmesan-Herb Sauce
mPat - . auce-22026 (Corned Beef In Ginger Beer With Honey Mustard Sauce)
ImPat - . beef-15157 (Slow Roast Corned Beef)

ImPat - . beef-14196 (Pressure Cooker Corned Beef)
ImPat - . eese-27803 (Corned Beef Mac & Cheese)
ImPat - . auce-31400 (Pork Belly With Rhubarb & Apple Sauce)
ImPat - . slaw-32465 (Buttermilk Chicken With Apple Slaw)
ImPat - . gies-31680 (Rosemary Beef Tenderloin With Autumn Veggies)

Chef PotPie - . avy-539521 Stewed Beef With Gravy - Main
Chef PotPie - . ken-539381 Easy Grilled Tandoori Style Chicken - Main

Northwestgal - . html?r=313 (Spiced Apple Sweet Potatoes)
Northwestgal - . html?r=336 (Whipped Sweet Potatoes with Hazelnut Topping)
Lazyme - . yrup-16989 (Baked Butternut Squash with Apples & Maple Syrup)
Teresa - . rman-22373 (sweet sour red cabbage - german)
Teresa - (stuffing balls)

Lavender Lynn - . les-517845 (Roasted Mixed Vegetables)
Lavender Lynn - . oes-482036 (Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes)
dienia b - . bake-31131 (Mashed Sweet White Potato Bake)
Linky - . html?r=381 (Wild Rice Salad with Cranberries and Mint)
Baby Kato - . .html?r=46 (Stuffed Sweet Peppers)

Baby Kato - . .html?r=60 (Fusilli Pasta with Walnut Pesto)
Baby Kato - . .html?r=87 (Spicy Cabbage, Carrot & Potato)
Bonnie G - (Root Vegetable Tart)
FEM - . nuts-26020 (Braised Mushrooms, Shallots, & Chestnuts)
FEM - . ravy-26516 (Turnip Greens In Ham Hock Gravy)

FEM - . ries-26021 (Wilted Spinach Salad With Butternut Squash & Cranberries)
Chef PotPie - . ute-463655 (Late Summer Greens Saute)
Chef PotPie - . les-299871 (Honey-Roasted Root Vegetables)
Chef PotPie - (Couch Potatoes)
Chef PotPie - . ute-192187 (Brussels Sprouts Saute)

Chef PotPie - (Sled-Dog Potatoes)
Mikekey - . html?r=174 (Cranberry & Pecan Roasted Brussels Sprouts)
Mikekey - . html?r=235 (Fettuccine With Pumpkin Sauce)
Nancy - . html?r=104 (my favorite holiday sweet potato casserole)
Nancy - . html?r=598 (butternut squash cranberry and apple bake)

Nancy - . html?r=563 (maple glazed autumn vegetables)
Lauralie - . pples-3244 (Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes And Apples)
Lauralie - (Easy Vegetables)
Lauralie - . erole-3825 (Green Bean Tater Tot Casserole)
HokiesMel - . ini-448625 (Zucchini Carrot Ribbon Fettuccine)

HokiesMel - - Veggie Stuffing Bake
breezermom - . .html?r=88 (Roasted Vegetable Salad)
breezermom - . html?r=170 (Roasted Baby Beets)
breezermom - . html?r=373 (Two-Potato Gratin)
breezermom - . ruit-17814 (Braised Root Vegetables and Cabbage with Fall Fruit)

breezermom - . hash-18192 (Fall Vegetable Hash)
Teresa - . ravy-30864 (Fast Herb Pan Gravy)
Lavender Lynn - (Pink Salad)
dienia b - . pino-22019 (Aristocrat Java Rice filipino)
Leggy Peggy - . -and-mint/ (Roasted beets with ricotta and mint)

Leggy Peggy - . nge-salad/ (Carrot and orange salad)
Leggy Peggy - . auerkraut/ (Apple sauerkraut)
Lauralie51 - . yams-33509 (African Squash And Yams)
Northwestgal - . .html?r=30 (Braised Red cabbage with Spiced Apples)
HokiesMel - . eal-280431 (Ground Beef Zucchini Skillet Meal)

Lavender Lynn - . s.html?r=1 (Orange Sauced Beets)
Chef PotPie - . ake-193604 (Berry-Mallow Yam Bake)
Chef PotPie - . les-539299 (Briam-Greek Roasted Vegetables)
LifeisGood - . .html?r=16 (Succotash)
lazyme - . bacon.html (Bread Stuffing with Mushrooms and Bacon)

Bonnie G - . uce-533646 (Sweet Potato Corn Cakes with Garlic Dipping Sauce)
Teresa S - (spiced carrots)
ForEverMama - . alad-25629 (Oklahoman Warm Green Bean, Bacon & Potato Salad)
Lauralie51 - . uree-22008 (Celery Root And Apple Puree)
Lauralie51 - . nips-21902 (Roasted Garlic Mashed Turnips)

Nancy's Pantry - . g.html?r=5 (cheesy artichoke bread pudding)
Lauralie51 - . eans-33499 (Bacon Ranch Sauteed Green Beans)
Lauralie51 - . pples-3244 (Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes)
LavenderLynn - . lad-259874 (Marinated Mushrooms Artichoke Hearts and Cauliflower Salad)
LavenderLynn - . oes-502881 (Roasted Garlic Mashed Sweet Potatoes)

Oct 08, 2019 #5 2019-10-08T11:46


This game will end on December 15th. no extensions will be given past this point. thank you .

Oct 08, 2019 #6 2019-10-08T11:46


♥ denotes - awaiting review. denotes completed recipes

November 1st
Lauralie tagging Nancy - . html?r=403 (escalloped apples) - Dessert
Lauralie tagging dienia b - . atin-28706 (Grandmas Potato Ham au Gratin) - Main Dish
Lavender Lynn tagging Baby Kato - . toes-86937 (Savory Onion Potatoes) - Side Dish - extension granted - 11/06
Lavender Lynn tagging lazyme - (Cajun Meatloaf) - Main Dish
Mikekey tagging Teresa - . hili-31194 (smoky beef and bacon chili) - Chili
November 2nd
LifeIsGood tagging Teresa - . cken-21553 (Knock Your Socks Off Chicken) - Main Dish - extension granted - 11/09
LifeisGood tagging Lazyme - . cider.html (Crockpot Spiced Rum Cider) - Beverage
Chef PotPie tagging Bonnie G - . avy-538599 (Crockpot Beef Short Ribs with Rich Gravy) - Crockpot
FEM tagging breezermom - . html?r=104 (Bacon and Bourbon Collards) - Side Dish
November 3rd
LeggyPeggy tagging Mikekey - . html?r=447 (Pumpkin Soup with Ham and Wild Rice) - Soup
Lazyme tagging DianaA - . auce-52892 (Olive Garden Garlic Sauce) - Condiments
Debbwl tagging HokiesMel - . oup-484450 (White Bean Sausage & Spinach Soup) - Soup
Baby Kato tagging Chef PotPie - . pie-157874 - (Steak and Mushroom Pie) - Main Dish - extension granted - 11/05
November 4th
Baby Kato tagging breezermom - . ooms-26285 (Hamburger Steaks with sweet Onion Mushrooms) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging Lauralie - . rrots-4963 (Honey Lemon Brussels Sprouts And Carrots) - Side Dish
November 5th
Lavender Lynn tagging NorthWestGal - . html?r=658 (Cabbage Roll Soup) - Soup - extension granted - 11/06
Nancy tagging Linky - . .html?r=62 (Fideo Loco Soup with Chicken) - Soup
Baby Kato tagging Nancy - . s.html?r=3 (shaved brussels sprouts with honey orange Dijon dressing) - Side Dish
Baby Kato tagging lazyme - . ffee-31896 (Bennigans Irish Coffee) - Beverage
Teresa tagging lazyme - . ons-2.html (Liver and Onions) - Main Dish
Nancy tagging Bonnie G - . ngs-535831 (quick chicken & dumplings) - Main Dish
Mikekey tagging Northwestgal - . html?r=751 (Cranberry Gin and Tonic) - Beverage - extension granted . 11/15
November 7th
Nancy tagging Northwestgal - . html#page1 (pumpkin pie twists) - Dessert - extension granted . 11/05
Baby Kato tagging Lauralie - . loin-33461 (Harvest Stuffed Pork Loin) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging Lavender Lynn - Lavender Lynn - . oms-456847 (Swiss Pork and Mushrooms) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging Mikekey - . .html?r=63 (Easy Cardamom Spice Cake) - DESSERT
Teresa tagging Linky - . ken-456694 (Peruvian Spicy Chicken)
Chef PotPie tagging Teresa - . ighs-28983 (cranberry balsamic chicken thighs) - Main Dish
Chef PotPie tagging LifeIsGood - . eks-281765 (Scalloped Potatoes and Butternut Squash With Leeks) - Side Dish
November 8th
Teresa tagging Lavender Lynn - (Cream Schnitzel) - Main Dish
Mikekey tagging lazyme - . p-mix.html (Onion Soup Mix) - Condiment
November 9th
LeggyPeggy tagging Northwestgal - . html?r=663 (Kahlua Hot Chocolate) - Beverage
LifeIsGood tagging LavenderLynn - (Jager Schnitzel) - Main Dish
LifeIsGood tagging Linky - . .html?r=53 (Dutch Split Pea Soup) - Soup
LifeIsGood tagging Mikekey - . html?r=186 (Cranberry Pork Shoulder Slow Cooker) - Slow Cooker
November 10th
Leggy Peggy tagging Linky - . .html?r=16 (Lentil Soup - Italian Style) - Soup - extension granted - 11/22
Chef PotPie tagging HokiesMel - . ria-442176 (Jolly Cranberry Juice Sangria) - Beverages
Nancy tagging Mikekey - . html?r=165 (Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup) - Soup
Zackhogan1 tagging HokiesMel - . ivity-feed - (Chocolate Peanut Butter Hot Cocoa) - Beverage
Teresa tagging Lavender Lynn - . lad-261453 (Blue Note Cafes Spinach Salad) - Side Dish
November 11th
LeggyPeggy tagging Diana A - (Fettuccine Carbonara) - Side Dish
Teresa tagging Lavender Lynn - . san-276550 (Quick Pork Tenderloin Parmesan) - Main Dish
Nancy tagging Linky - . html?r=412 (gnocchi four cheese bake) - Side Dish
November 12th
Leggy Peggy tagging dienia b - . soup-30156 (Czech sour bean soup) - Soup
LifeIsGood tagging lazyme - . giana.html (Thirteen Coins Breast of Chicken Parmigiana) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging ForEverMama - . fles-31793 (Toasted Coconut Waffles) - Breakfast
Baby Kato tagging Nancy's Pantry - . g.html?r=7 (blueberry brioche pudding) - Dessert
Lazyme tagging Teresa - . toes-33488 (bacon mashed potatoes) - Side Dish
November 13th
Lavender Lynn tagging Baby Kato - (Maple Pecan Squares) - Dessert
Karen E tagging LifeIsGood - . -soup.html (My Favorite Butternut Squash Soup) - Soup
Lazyme tagging Bonnie G - . ese-535570 (Beer Bacon Mac and Cheese) - Main Dish
Lazyme tagging Chef PotPie - . ini-539175 (Garlicky Flash Zucchini) - Main Dish
November 14th
Leggy Peggy tagging Karen E - . rry-367586 (A taste Of Africa - Kenyan Chicken Curry) - Main Dish
Nancy tagging dienia b - . soup-25601 (Beef Barley Soup) - Soup
Lavender Lynn tagging Karen E - . ick-536106 (Baked Beans With A Kick) - Main Dish
November 15th
Teresa tagging lazyme - . rooms.html (Spinach Salad with Bacon and Mushrooms) - Side Dish
November 16th
Baby Kato tagging Mikekey - . .html?r=13 Roast Potatoes Maltese-Style - SIDE DISH
Baby Kato tagging breezermom - . pie-510502 (Buttered Rum Apple Pie) - Dessert
Teresa tagging LavenderLynn - . ili-480795 (Creamy white chicken chili) - Main Dish
November 17th
LifeIsGood tagging Chef PotPie - . ons-539333 (Skillet Pork Chops with Apples and Onions) - Main Dish - extension granted. 11/30
Baby Kato tagging lazyme - (Acadian Rigatoni) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging dienia b - . cake-17896 (Kossmans Devils Food Cake) - Dessert
Mikekey tagging ForEverMama - . read-12950 (ForeverMama's Banana Bread) - Dessert - extension granted . 11/27
November 18th
Chef PotPie tagging LavenderLynn - . ngs-310250 (Old Fashioned Onion Rings) Side Dish
Chef PotPie tagging lazyme - . gers-31851 (Mushroom Burgers) - Main Dish
Leggy Peggy tagging LifeIsGood - . tes-321529 (Lasagna in a Skillet - In About 30 Minutes!) - Main Dish - extension granted. 11/30
dienia b tagging ForEverMama - . melk-32670 (Classic Dutch Hot Chocolate (Warme Chocolademelk)) - Beverage
November 19th
Baby Kato tagging Chef Pot Pie - . ash-536310 (Roast Pork With Green Apples and golden Squash) - Main Dish
Baby Kato tagging Teresa - . toes-21595 (moms famous potatoes) - Side Dish
Baby Kato tagging LIG - . auce-29771 Maltese Imqarrun-il-forn (Baked Pasta With a Meaty Tomato Sauce) - Main Dish
Leggy Peggy tagging Bonnie - . ado-538981 (Caprese Stuffed Avocado) - Side Dish
Leggy Peggy tagging Lavender Lynn - . html?r=156 (Honey Glazed Carrots) - Side Dish
Nancy tagging Lavender Lynn - . n.html?r=2 (Delicious BBQ Rub for Chicken) - Condiments - extension granted. 11/17
Nancy tagging Baby Kato - . .html?r=52 (Potato Soup) - Soup - extension granted. 11/24
November 20th
Nancy tagging Baby Kato - . e.html?r=9 (Leftover Cabbage Casserole) - Side Dish
Baby Kato tagging Northwestgal - . html?r=343 (Apple Spiced Tea) - Beverage
Linky tagging Teresa - . soup-21981 (my mothers version weight watchers 0 points vegetable soup) - Soup
November 21st
Lauralie tagging Leggy Peggy - . -potatoes/ (Make-ahead potatoes) - Side Dish
Lauralie tagging breezermom - . pper-24569 (German Beef Supper) - Main Dish
November 23rd
LifeIsGood tagging Teresa S - . cken-21677 (Fluffy Rice Chicken) - Main Dish - extension granted . 11/30
Chef PotPie tagging LifeIsGood - . html?r=216 (Beef Stroganoff) - Main Dish
November 24th
Leggy Peggy tagging Teresa - . -dip-25216 (spicy artichoke dip) - Appetizers
Baby Kato tagging dienia b - . wder-30765 (President Kennedy Boston clam chowder) - Chowder
November 25th
Mikekey tagging Lavender Lynn - . html?r=111 (Smothered Pork Chops) - Main Dish
Karen E tagging FEM - . rice-17729 (A Simple Yum Yum Fried Rice) - Side Dish
ZackHogan1 tagging dienia b - . meal-33578 (Bush's Butterfinger Oatmeal) - Breakfast
Baby Kato tagging Linky - . r.html?r=4 (Texas Roadhouse Style Cinnamon Butter) - Condiment
November 26th
Leggy Peggy tagging Teresa - . toes-21481 (loaded baked potatoes) - Side Dish
Baby Kato tagging ForEverMama - . yams-25985 (Grandma Hills Candied Yams) - Side Dish
November 27th
Chef PotPie tagging LIG's . auce-19700 Pecan Chicken With Bourbon Sauce - Main Dish
November 29th
ForEverMama tagging Northwestgal - . html?r=149 (Pumpkin Spiced Dinner Rolls with Cinnamon Butter) - Condiment - extension granted . 12/02
ForEverMama tagging Baby Kato - . offee.html (Anna-sip-ation) - Beverage - extension granted . 12/02
Lavender Lynn tagging Mikekey - . html?r=289 (Hot Autumn Punch - Slow Cooker) - Beverage
November 30th
Mikekey tagging dienia b - . lanc-30089(Yosemite Sams Cranberry Chicken - Mel Blanc) - Main Dish
Mikekey tagging lazyme - . itan-33427 (Chambord Cosmopolitan) - Beverage
December 1st
Chef PotPie tagging ForEverMama - . cake-13041 (Bestest-Evah! Carrot Cake) - Dessert - extension granted. 12/02
Leggy Peggy tagging ImPat - (Fig & Walnut Loaf) - Bread
Mikekey tagging Teresa - . emon-22815 (brussels sprouts with dried canberries and lemon) - Side Dish
December 3rd
Baby Kato tagging Teresa - . yams-22343 (Maple Glazed Yams) - Side Dish
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Spicy Pasta Prima-Mary

Celebrate Spring with this mouthwatering pasta favorite! Kicked up a couple of notches with hot sauce and spicy bloody Mary mix, balanced with a creamy Romano sauce.

Step 1

Cook linguini according to pasta instructions.

Step 1 -- Cook linguini according to pasta instructions.

Step 2

Meanwhile, in a saucepot over medium heat, combine Bloody Mary mix, evaporated milk, hot sauce and corn starch. Cook 8-10 minutes, stirring frequently.

Step 2 -- Meanwhile, in a saucepot over medium heat, combine Bloody Mary mix, evaporated milk, hot sauce and corn starch. Cook 8-10 minutes, stirring frequently.

Step 3

Reduce heat, add Parmesan and cream cheese, stirring until both cheeses have melted and sauce is smooth. Hold warm.

Step 3 -- Reduce heat, add Parmesan and cream cheese, stirring until both cheeses have melted and sauce is smooth. Hold warm.

Step 4

In a large sauté pan, heat oil over medium high heat. Add onions, garlic and carrots. Cook 5-8 minutes or until onions have turned translucent and carrots are tender.

Step 4 -- In a large sauté pan, heat oil over medium high heat. Add onions, garlic and carrots. Cook 5-8 minutes or until onions have turned translucent and carrots are tender.

Step 5

Add green beans and broccoli to the pan, sauté 5 additional minutes.

Step 5 -- Add green beans and broccoli to the pan, sauté 5 additional minutes.

Step 6

Drain pasta. In a large sauté pan over low heat, pour sauce followed by pasta. Add vegetable to the top and toss.

Step 6 -- Drain pasta. In a large sauté pan over low heat, pour sauce followed by pasta. Add vegetable to the top and toss.

Step 7

Add chopped basil for garnish and serve as an entrée, or foil pan for a family take-home meal.

Step 7 -- Add chopped basil for garnish and serve as an entrée, or foil pan for a family take-home meal.

Step 8

For an easy upsell, offer shrimp as an add-on.

Step 8 -- For an easy upsell, offer shrimp as an add-on.


  • 1 lbs Linguini Pasta
  • 1 1/2 cup(s) Mr & Mrs T® Bloody Mary Bold & Spicy
  • 1 Tbsp Sauce Craft® Cayenne Pepper Sauce
  • 12 oz. Eagle Brand® PET Evaporated Milk
  • 1 tsp Argo® Corn Starch
  • 1/4 cup(s) Shredded Parmesan
  • 4 oz. Smithfield® Cream Cheese, Cubed
  • 1/2 cup(s) Maglio Companies® Sweet Yellow Onion, Diced
  • 2 clove(s) Maglio Companies® Garlic, Minced
  • 1 ea Maglio Companies® Medium Carrot, Peeled, Sliced Thin
  • 9 oz. Maglio Companies® Green Beans, Cut
  • 9 oz. Maglio Companies® Broccoli Cuts
  • 1/4 cup(s) Maglio Companies® Fresh Basil, Chopped

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