Links you need.

October 3rd, 2009 by katie

Links you need.

A sneak preview on the left of the awesomeness coming tomorrow.

Our Best Bites: Single Serving Pies! In Jars! The cuteness here makes my head want to explode.  Almost as cute as these

Stick to Your Hips: A very pretty new-ish food blog I have been perusing. 

The kitchn: Quick Weeknight Meals Recipe Contest.  If you haven’t already been following along, the kitchn is the place to find quick, tried and true weeknight meals right now.  (Scroll down to see the list so far.  My fav? The drunken noodles.)

Cheesy Creamed Corn with Cilantro, speaks for itself.

I have been on a major soup kick lately, and Robin Sue’s Thai Shrimp Bisque is looking absolutely heavenly right now.  I also have two fantastic fall soups coming up next week.  The weather has been fantastic this fall, actually getting cool during the day-a rarity in September and October in Houston.   For some reason soup has really been on my brain as fall food, but I want to mix it up a bit. 

What’s your favorite fall/winter food?  Let me know in the comments and if you want, write me a brief recipe or include a link and I will pick one to make and photograph.

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4 Responses

  1. Stacy

    one of my most favorite things to make come fall/winter is my Chicken and Dumplings…. Give it a try! We love it in our house! http://slmpetersen.blogspot.com/2008/05/creamy-chicken-and-dumplings.html

    Great post by the way. I just discovered Our Best Bites this past week and am in love with her cooking style!

  2. AmyAnne

    Favorite fall food? Chicken pot pie. I don’t have a recipe. I just make the sauce out of butter, flour, salt, pepper & chicken broth. Homemade crust of course and whatever veggies, left over chicken I have & a boiled & cubed potato. I love the potato. I tried it once with a sweet potato & it was awesome. Oh & one time I tried it with tarragon – that was ridiculous good.

    I can’t wait to make this on a chili day. Yummy.

  3. Kris

    Simple warm apple cider and a slice of warm apple strudel with a scoop of french vanilla ice cream, of course.

  4. Robin Sue

    Katie! Thanks so much for linking this soup- it is so good that I want to make it again. Sorry I missed this link love earlier! I am starting to look at soup recipes too- it is in the 60’s here but at night it is getting cold enough to eat soup.

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