< link rel="DCTERMS.isreplacedby" href="http://caltechgirlsworld.mu.nu/" /> Not Exactly Rocket Science: The Carnival of the Recipes-- 23rd Edition

Friday, January 21, 2005

The Carnival of the Recipes-- 23rd Edition

The ABC's of cooking from around the B-sphere:
A is for Apple, Sauce that is. From triticale the wheat/rye guy comes Wake the Dead Applesauce
B is for Beans, as in Chelsea Baked Beans and Pot Roast from Sissy Willis of sisu
C is for Campfire, where Punctilious of Blogoram makes Brisket and Garlic Mashed Potatoes
D is for Dinner Party. Karl of MYBIT shares 4 recipes for a full dinner and dessert, complete with wine and coffee suggestions.
E is for Everything in one drink: Screaming Blue Death from Owlish of Owlish Mutterings
F is for Fritters. Bacalao fritters with red pepper aioli from bothenook of A Geezer's Corner
G is for Greek. VW of One Happy Dog Speaks brings us Easy Feta Chicken Bake (Yummy! I made it tonight)
H is for Happiness, which is what you get from eating Down in the Dumps Pudding from Michele at Meanderings
I is for Italian. Two Italian recipes this week: Cioppino from Dave Schuler at The Glittering Eye and Bolognaise sauce from David Gillies at Daily Pundit
J is for Just Wonderful: Just Wonderful Lemon Garlic Pork Chops from Allan of Inside Allan's Mind
K is for Krab. I mean Crab. As in Physics Geek's Crab Cheesecake
L is for Little. Prochein Amy's recipe for Li'l Cheddar Meat Loaves
M is for Meatloaf, Scottish-Style Meatloaf from Laughing Wolf
N is for New Orleans, the birthplace of New Orleans Style Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce from Christina of Feisty Repartee
O is for Oz. AussieWife Amanda sends her recipe for Roasted Lemon Bay Scented Fish
P is for Pots and Pans. Chicken Pot Pie from Boudicca of Boudicca's Voice and Pan-Fried Steak with Red Wine Reduction from Dave of AZ Perspective and Junk
Q is for Question. Punctilious of Blogoram wants to know what recipes Carnival fans use when cooking for their kids
R is for Ramen noodles, the "staple" in Staples for Starving Students from El Capitan of Baboon Pirates (if the link doesn't load try this and scroll down)
S is for Soup. First up, Split Pea Soup from Jim of Snooze Button Dreams; next, Shawn of Everything And/But Nothing shares her spicy Shrimp and Corn Soup
T is for Tart. B.Durbin of Booklore sends this recipe for a Glazed Apple Tart
U is for Upside-Down, or how my recipe for Hot Milk Spongecake bakes
V is for Variable, the way that David of third world county makes his Chili
W is for Winter, which is the only time you can make Michelle Malkin's Snow Ice Cream
X is for X-tra special. Jeff of Trub the sediment of life shares his German Apple Cake
Y is for Yummy, which is exactly what these Apple Butter Muffins from Mary Beth of Random Thoughts are!
Z is for Zippy. Pepper Steak with Rice from Christina of Feisty Repartee

That's all the letters and all the recipes for this week. If I missed you, let me know and we'll fit you in somewhere.

Next week the Carnival will come out on Sunday January 30th at Kin's Kouch
Thanks again to Beth for starting the carnival and keeping it running!

And especially, a big Thank You to everyone who submitted a recipe this week!

Welcome Instapundit readers! Stay awhile and look around. If you like what you see, drop by again!

Update: Kevin of Technogypsy's recipes for Coq Au Vin and Gumbo somehow went astray, but they're here now!

8 Comments:

At Friday, January 21, 2005 6:58:00 AM, Blogger Beth said...

Oh, my - you have done an absolutely wonderful job!!!
Thank you!!


Beth

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 9:15:00 AM, Blogger Christina said...

Well Done!!

It looks great and easy to read.

Thank you.

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 10:56:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now I know my ABC's . . . great carnival! Trackback didn't work, so here's my post:

"It's your fire, and you know what a done potato is like"Sissy Willis

sisu

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 12:20:00 PM, Blogger Dave said...

Nice job! I can't wait to try a few of these.

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 6:24:00 PM, Blogger Amanda said...

Great job mate! I'm certainly going to be trying a few of these.

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 8:48:00 PM, Blogger Romeocat said...

Oh, you've done a FANTASTIC job! I love your idea.

Now I'm really bummed that I let this week slide by without participating.....

 
At Friday, January 21, 2005 9:20:00 PM, Blogger Boudicca said...

Gotcha linked. It looks GREAT!!!

 
At Sunday, January 23, 2005 8:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice work, I love cooking. -- Michael Williams

 

Post a Comment

<< Home