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Friday, September 23, 2011

The Week in Review


Can I make a confession here?  My RSS reader has almost 600 unread posts in it.  There, I said it.  And it doesn't really make me feel better, but it does explain why some of the links below are just a teensy bit older.  Maybe I should start calling this weekly post, "My RSS feeder that's sorely out of date in review..."  :-)

Regardless, go check these links out!
  • Way back when I lived in Spain (13 years ago!), one of my secret addictions was magdalenas.  Magdalenas were these little muffins that tasted like French madeleines, but were a little bit bigger and in a different shape.  You could buy a big bag of them at the grocery store for a couple of bucks, and if I wasn't careful, I could eat them all in one sitting.  I've always longed for magdalenas here in the States, but I don't have to any longer!  Postres de la Cipota has posted her recipe for magdalenas, and as soon as I get a chance, I'm making them!
  • My Fiance! Likes It, So It Must Be Good posted a twist on the everyday grilled cheese...actually grilling it!  I can't wait to try this (although it might have to wait until spring now), but I can already taste the smokiness that the grill will add to this staple in our household.
  • I love food served in food, and Fake Food Free has made a Hidatsa Stuffed Sugar Pumpkin that would be awesome to serve at a fall dinner party.  She also reviews a book on Native American cooking that I'd love to take a look at!
  • And finally, Forks, Knives & Spades made an awesome-looking Corn Chowder a couple of weeks ago.  My sister-in-law actually made the recipe and the report is that it's not only awesome-looking, but also awesome-tasting!
What have you been reading this week?

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3 comments:

Shannon September 28, 2011 at 8:55 AM  

I'm super behind on my RSS feeds too. BUT wanted to tell you that during the blackout that SoCal had a few weeks ago I actually made grilled cheese on the grill (bacon included)! Too bad you have to wait 'till spring..it's the only way to make grilled cheese for me now!

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