Thursday, October 30th, 2008 at
For all our followers of ‘Blog of the Week’we just want to let you know Carries’ Cooking Adventures has changed sites and we know you will want to be kept up to date.
She now has a new website address called Carrie’s Sweet Life and she approaches her cooking with the same down to earth approach that she applied to her previous blog site.
Now I checked out the new recipes and was very taken with the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Pancakes but this is just one of the amazing recipes Carrie has on her site.
I urge you to head on over and check it out. you won’t regret it. There are recipes to suit every taste.
And while you are there take a read of ‘The Sweet Life’ to find out interesting facts about Carrie plus her delightful photos.
Also give this recipe a go – Corn and Potato Chowder and Bacon – delicious.
Friday, September 19th, 2008 at
Surfing the net looking for great cooking blogs is fun. There are so many wonderful blogs with excellent recipes from simple homely dishes to the very extravagent.
Tonight I am cooking Indian so I thought I would check out some of the Indian cooking blogs for some ideas. Here is a selection of some of the Indian cooking treasures I found today when I was surfing the net instead of working (shhh don’t tell Paula I’m playing)
Sailu’s Food - Spicy Chicken Masala Curry
Simple Indian Food – Thalipeeth and Okra Raita
One Hot Stove – Corianda Rosti
Anglo-Indian Food – Fish Moley
Indian Food Rocks - Gajjarachi koshimbir – Carrot Salad
Thursday, June 26th, 2008 at
Some time ago we featured “The Pioneer Woman Cooks” as our Blog of the Week.
We often visit her site to check out what great recipes and stories she has in store. Ree now has a new website called “thepioneerwoman.com” and I have just come from reading about her Tomato-Basil Pizza, Two Ways: An Experiment. Both ways of making this pizza are very easy to make and very tasty to eat.
I really like her new website and I am sure you will as well.
Ree has a great way of writing which is entertaining and amusing. So why not get yourself a coffee and settle down to check out the recipes and all the other interesting stuff on thepioneerwoman.com
Monday, May 5th, 2008 at
We have been travelling overseas and now that we are back home it is time to get this blog back on track.
This weeks Blog of the Week is
Big City, Little Kitchen
I had saved this cooking blog to my favorites some time ago when I came across a fabulous recipe for Cinnamon-Crumble Coffee Cake.
Now this blog is written by Gena who lives in an apartment in Manhatten and she writes about her cooking and dining experiences among other related things such as her trip to Paris where she tells about her favourite eating and shopping expeditions.
The recipes are accompanied by photos that show the end result so you know what your recipe is supposed to look when it is finished. This is something I really like as there are times when you look at your finished product and think, hmmmm not too sure that’s how it’s supposed to look.
There are just so many yummy recipes that are well presented with easy to follow instructions.
I recommend that you grab a coffee and take a good browse through Big City, Little Kitchen and I know you will be inspired to try some of the great recipes. The hardest thing will be choosing what to try first.
Sunday, February 17th, 2008 at
This weeks Blog of the Week is
‘Cook and Eat‘
This great cooking blog is written by Lara Ferroni and her style of writing and presentation of the recipes is excellent. The recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs of her mouthwatering creation.
If you love Udon noodles and want to give making them a go, then check out the post on ‘Udon with no shoes on‘. The part where you have to walk on the noodles -without shoes of course-turns making the noodles into fun. Of course you can use a pasta maker if you have one, but as Lara says turn the exercise into a fun event and evenget the kids involved.
There are so many great recipes and another one that I was particularly taken with is the Three Cheese Cake. Believe me if you are a cheesecake lover, then you will want to give this recipe a try, you won’t be disappointed with the result. And again, check out the fabulous photos of the finished cheesecake.
There is just so much interesting stuff to read on Lara’s blog and The Progressive Party is one that is full of great ideas for a neighbourhood progressive party and the recipe for Cheesy Rissotto Balls from ’Jamie’s Italy’ is a great way to use up left over risotto.
So do yourself a favour and head over to Cook & Eat for a great read and some wonderful recipes.