Carnival of Recipes #114

Hi everyone! I am your humble host for this week’s delicious Carnival of Recipes. There are some great recipes that will inspire your cooking talent and will grow your hunger.

In the spirit of October, Amy at Mom Advice gives us Frugal Momma’s Test Kitchen: The Glorious Pumpkin. In this post she helps us turn our pumpkin into puree and then shares various pumpkin recipes.

We have a couple of entries dealing with entertaining. Shawn over at Everything and Nothing has a delish recipe for Black-Eyed Pea Dip. Muse over at me-ander shares their most popular pick and would love your input!

Remember that we all need to start the day off right so Third World County offers us a a yummy breakfast dish in Fast, Super-easy Rice-cooker Omelet. And yes, that is an omelet cooked in a rice cooker. In my house we also use sweet breads as a great breakfast but we also eat them for dessert and snacks too. This week we have some great bread recipes. Kicking Over My Traces has a tasty sounding Cinnamon Swirl Bread. KeeWee’s Corner has a great looking Banana Oatmeal Bread. I can tell you that this is where my next batch of bananas are going. Christine over at Morning Coffee and Afternoon Tea has a delicious looking Pumpkin Bread with an optional sweet top. To top all of these great breads you should try
Famous Recipes’ Walnut Butter Recipe.

Now that the weather has turned nippy it is a great time for soup. Kevin at Technogypsy had all this stock so he made soup, kinds with Udon and also with halushki. Elisson of Blog d’Elisson made a savory and rich Boof Booganoon (aka Beef Burgundy). Joel Fuhrman M.D. of Disease Proof offers us a Tomato-Bean Soup in Healthy Eating for Two. Mostly Cajun offers us his own 2 bean soup recipe in Soup, glorious soup!

We have a variety of other savory main dish recipes to tempt your taste buds. The wheat/rye guy at Triticale has a yummy sounding Jamacian Pumpkin Curry. Seriously Good has a seriously good looking Shepherd’s Pie recipe that is a must try. El Capitan at Baboon Pirates has a Marinated Swine Butt that is holiday table worthy. Maureen at Trinity Prep School has an easy and great Curried Rice recipe. It even makes good leftovers! Frazzled Dad offers us a savory and finger licking recipe with Jim’s BBQ Ribs.

Our last recipe for this Carnival is of course dessert. Just think of it as a sweet ending for a sweet person. A Weight Lifted offers us a moist and delicious Chocolate Zucchini Cake.

That brings our carnival to a close and I want to thank all of you for joining us! If you wish to submit an article for the future please go over to BlogCarnival and join us October 29th at Morning Coffee and Afternoon Tea for our next edition!

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