Treasured Recipes from Food Blogs

One of the best (?) parts of being a food blogger is keeping tabs on millions of other food bloggers. This means that I’m exposed to unending stream of tempting recipes. Some of the gems that have become a part of our regular rotation are listed below. These are meals/sides that most of the family is happy with most of the time. Thank you fellow bloggers.

Ponyo Noodles from Cook Play Explore. Rent the movie. Run out and find some lidded soup bowls the next day. Make some of the funnest and easiest noodles around.

Simple Seasame Noodles from Pioneer Woman. When I am completely unmotivated to cook and the refrigerator is bare, The Pioneer Woman comes to the rescue.

Roasted Broccoli with Lime from seaweed snacks. A small part of me is excited for the onset of winter each year so that the unending stream of roasted vegetables can begin.

Dilled, crunch sweet-corn salad with buttermilk dressing from Food 52. I don’t think Food 52 is really a blog, but I’m including it anyway. This salad is unbelievable.

Broccoli Slaw from Cook Play Explore. Quick, crunchy, and delicious.

Kale and Pear Smoothie from Joy the Baker. Yum!

Apple Caramel Pie from Pioneer Woman. My husband insists upon this pie at Thanksgiving.

Curried Lentil Soup from Molly Wizenburg at Bon Appetite. Lentils used to be the kind of food I really want to be crazy about but I just couldn’t truly embrace them. This recipe, however, makes me love them.

Chipotle Roasted Vegetable Salad from Perry’s Plate. This is a picture of my salad. I put all the fixings in bowls on the table the and the kids make their own “salads” and everyone’s happy.

Tuna Melts from The Pioneer Woman. I normally turn my nose up at gooey mushy tuna melts. But this version is loaded with crunchy veggies which keep the tuna and its mushy nature at bay. They’re perfect.

And last but certainly not least, Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies from Baking Bites.

Author: Cindy

Born in Charleston. Raised in the Silicon Valley. Live near Hartford, Connecticut with my husband and two children. We have lots of tropical fish.

5 thoughts on “Treasured Recipes from Food Blogs”

  1. So honored to be among such great company, and to hear that some of our recipes have been so enjoyed in your home! At my house, we celebrated Christmas and rang in the new year feasting on that romesco dip you just posted: Wow. Addictive.

    Happy 2012!

  2. I’m delighted that you’ve included two of my all-time family favorites on this post. What an honor to be in such company and a very fine way to cap off my first foray into blogging. I’ve just shared your blog with a handful of transplants I recently met who were looking for some inspired snack ideas. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2012! Oh, FYI: Ghibli’s newest will be released next month. My family is beyond excited!

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