That’s it. This fall, I’m going to be a Superhuman Stepford Wife Culinary Wizard. In a sexy pink apron. Donning my 50’s Buddy Holly glasses.
I need good recipes! Could you be a doll and tell me your favorite?
(You could leave your wisdom in the comments or here, where I will give you six in return.)
(Because I’m generous like that.)
(My husband thanks you in advance.)
CarrisaOctober 16, 2007 at 6:56 am
That is the link to my food blog where you will find the best soup ever. Or chowder. I call it soup, but it’s really called Chicken Corn Chowder. It’s amazing. And you can substitute some of the full fat items for low fat or fat free.
MeghanOctober 16, 2007 at 6:56 am
It would take up too much space to type out my recipe for chicken and dumplings, so here’s the blurb I wrote about it when I submitted it to MothersClick, and a link to the full recipe:
“This is a quick and easy recipe I came up with when I was in college, on a shoestring budget, and trying to put together a fabulous dinner with only items I had in the pantry/freezer. It was a huge hit, and in the years since I’ve had friends and family members ask me for my recipe so they could make it themselves. I usually get a call every couple of months from my sister asking “how much milk goes in the dumpling part again?” The best thing about this recipe is that it can be easily modified to fit whatever you have on hand, and whatever your family likes. The ingredients I typically use are included, but all you need is 2 cans of soup, a bag of frozen veggies, chicken, milk and biscuits. A fully balanced meal in 30 minutes from start to finish.”
Natalie 42October 16, 2007 at 7:07 am
Oh man, I am so on this…I’ll be back with recipes…
nabbaliciousOctober 16, 2007 at 7:07 am
Have a look through our dinner set on Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/nabbalicious/sets/72157594399767360/).
My favorite recipes are:
Chicken cacciatore with parmesan smashed potatoes
Flank steak with edamame and wasabi dressing
Chipotle grilled pork tenderloin with strawberry avocado salsa
Grilled tuna with Asian vegetable stir fry
Turkey tamale pot pie
I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
andreaOctober 16, 2007 at 7:11 am
Oh I can’t wait to join in the fun. You’ll all have to wait until I can get 2 minutes to compose my thoughts and figure out which delicious ones I am willing to share.
I love fall!
am'ti bOctober 16, 2007 at 7:14 am
i have nothing to gain from giving you something good to make-unless i come to visit and you work your culinary mojo. but in this case i care for your family and you, so see what i put up-i don’t have a link or the know how to give you one.
andrea_jennineOctober 16, 2007 at 7:21 am
Mmm; I love fall recipes! Here are a few favorites:
Pumpkin bars – http://entrustedsoul.blogspot.com/2007/10/pumpkin-bars.html
Parmesan chicken chowder & boeuf bourguignon – http://entrustedsoul.blogspot.com/2006/10/and-now-for-something-completely.html
RAOctober 16, 2007 at 7:22 am
Fall means pumpkin to me and I make a mean pumpkin cheesecake with a gingersnap crust. Unfortunately, the recipe is scattered among several pages of a steno pad in my kitchen. Must put it on a card. You want?
I just found and made these pumpkin cookies and they were fan-freakin-tastic. I brought 4 dozen to a game night of 7 and came home with 10. If that. I might crank down the chips ratio a tad, but other than that, they were awesome.
On the non-pumpkin side, I love these mashed potatoes, which are like some potatoes to go with your garlic and cheese. What’s not to like?
P.S. I apologize in advance if the HTML doesn’t go through and comes out like crap.
nikkiOctober 16, 2007 at 7:25 am
Delurking because I love to cook!
Homemade Mac & Cheese (or the recipe that will bring him to his knees)
6 tbs butter
1/4 c flour
2 3/4 c milk
2 1/2 c cheese (mix it up. I like colby and chedder, but to each their own.)
Box noodles (Rotini works well)
salt/pepper to taste. I like to use season salt.
Pre-heat oven to 350
Cook noodles to al dente. Drain and set aside.
In a large pot, melt butter and add flour (making a rue) mix well and heat for a couple of minutes.
Add milk. Stir and heat until thickened.
Add cheese, salt/pepper. Cook until cheese is good and melted.
Add noodles. Mix until all noodles are well coated.
Pour into a large casserole dish, lightly cover top with bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese.
Bake for 30 minutes.
Enjoy!!! I bribe people to do things for me with this recipe.
Jill - GlossyVeneerOctober 16, 2007 at 7:26 am
We just had maple-glazed chicken and maple mashed acorn squash. They were really good!
BlytheOctober 16, 2007 at 7:30 am
I love the Barefoot Contessa’s cheddar corn chowder. It has vegetables AND bacon.
Also, I adore homemade gingerbread cake with whipped cream in the fall, but I don’t have a good recipe for it (I think I’ve always used [gasp] a mix).
LostinPlace_KimOctober 16, 2007 at 7:42 am
Yet another week in which Whoorl is my hero.
You seem to always ask the questions in my head. So as usual, I’ll be mooching off the answers people leave you! :) And man… some of these recipes sound YUMMMMMMMY!
JennieOctober 16, 2007 at 7:53 am
Although I know this suggestion will make some cringe, I love Rachael Ray’s magazine (Everyday) and the latest issue had more delicious-looking recipes than ever before. I’m making a chicken/sweet potato/chorizo dish tonight with a side of pumpkin cheesecake.
JamieOctober 16, 2007 at 7:54 am
NOTHING says fall like pumpkin bars – and with a whipped cream cheese frosting, how can you go wrong?!
I posted the recipe today – just click here.
erin raeOctober 16, 2007 at 7:54 am
This is my most favorite butternut squash soup. DELISH!
Also… I recently roasted a chicken that was brined in apple cider for 24 hours prior. Wonderful. Recipe here.