Thursday, November 14, 2013

Friday Food Frenzy (11/15) - I Love this Season!

Okay, please tell me I am not the only one dreaming of pumpkin recipes and breaking out the eggnog already. I love this time of year. Cold, crisp weather partnered with warm wood stoves, hot chocolate and family-recipe comfort foods. Bring it on! Now, it is time to share all that goodness for this week's Friday Food Frenzy. We want to see what you are up to in the kitchen. Feel free to share this linky post. The more the merrier! 

  Close to Home ,Mostly Food and Crafts and  Adventures in All Things Food. welcome you to FRIDAY FOOD FRENZY where we come share your best food recipes and browse others for some great and often easy recipes to try at home.  How many times do you hear "What's for dinner?", surprise them with a cookbook recipe you found on Friday Food Frenzy. 
Outside of following the hostesses, we just love for you to link up a tried and true food recipe of your choice. Each week we will feature up to three food recipes so be sure to stick around and click on your favorite recipes. The featured recipe will also be pinned on our Friday Food Frenzy Pinterest Board. Be sure to tell your friends we are cooking up a storm this Friday and to join the party.  Thanks again for stopping by and either sharing your recipe or viewing recipes from other talented cooks.

 Please visit the three recipes in the linky that are listed as HOST.  We really appreciate your visit.

Why just feature one food recipe from all the amazing links? From now on I will be featuring a meal of recipes including a main dish, a dessert and a side so you can make your family a great meal from these tried and true recipes from our great food bloggers.


 I could not resist to share The Juiciest Turkey Recipe from The Kids are Grown, now what?  I think everyone can use tips on how to keep their turkeys juicy.


Our second featured recipe comes from  Serve your kids this dessert for Thanksgiving.  Ok maybe a good thanksgiving Houdourve for this fun Thanksgiving side dish. 

sea salt sweet potatoes

Finally I wanted to share this new Thanksgiving side dish that I recently tried,  Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Sea Salt.  The recipe includes Maple syrup and you can eat them right out of the oven or room temperature.   Everything looked amazing, thanks again for linking up your amazing food recipes and Thanksgiving recipes this week.

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