Friday, January 27, 2012

This week's 5 Recipes I would love to make

I have finally had to admit to myself that I will never--even if I cooked something new every day for the next 10 years--be able to possibly try all the recipes I have bookmarked. It was a rather sad moment. So I've decided, in order to at least be able share the amazing recipes I find around the internet with you, each Friday (and maybe more often) I'm going to post links to 5 recipes I would love to make. If you happen to make something I mention, I would love to hear about it so I can live vicariously through you.

Here are today's 5 Recipes I would love to make:

Apple Sharlotka from Ciao Chow Linda


Doesn't this look so light and divine? We love apple desserts at my house and I really hope this is something I can make sometimes soon. My husband's birthday is coming up.....

Spumoni Cookies from Betty Crocker


Growing up we went to The Old Spaghetti Factory often, and that is where I first had Spumoni ice cream. I was absolutely in love with the flavors, and thought people in my family who didn't like it were crazy! When I saw these cookies on Pinterest I literally (actually) froze in my chair. "Whoa...I. Want. Those. Cookes!" Pistachio, cherry, and chocolate. I don't see how it could go wrong.

Grilled Halibut with Chermoula from The Crabby Cook


I've had this one bookmarked forever. I love fish and I think the chermoula sounds so good and flavorful! Mmmm!



Kevin at Closet Cooking really makes so awesome food. I've made several of his recipes and have many others bookmarked. He uses quinoa often and this salad is something that really uses the protein-packed grain well.

Butternut Squash Ziti by Macheesmo


I love winter squash. It is delicious, super good for you, and you really can do almost anything with it. This recipe caught my eye because I'd never thought to put it with pasta. And the picture is gorgeous--look at that color!

Next week I'll post 5 more recipes I would love to make! 



2 comments:

  1. Thanks for including me in your list. I hope you do make the sharlotka and enjoy it. Thanks also for introducing me to your wonderful blog.

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  2. This is a tasty looking roundup!

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