We had friendsgiving last weekend. It was awesome, albeit small. But the people who did come were awesome and the food was great. Really what more can you ask for?
#SundaySupper is a group of bloggers who are on a mission to bring back super around the family table in every home. This week Susan at The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen is hosting and the theme is dishes that keep you warm.
I have a wonderful book called The Soup Bible. When sunday supper decided on this theme I went straight for that book. There is a section called winter warming soup! Perfect! I want to try all of them, but this one really stuck out to me. It has a rather interesting process. It is very simple. However, it gets unique at the end. You ladle the soup into single serving bowls and then crack an egg into it and put bread on top of that and bake it for a few minutes to poach the egg. It’s brilliant and makes for a full meal.
I have been dying to make an upside down cake! So, when I was looking for recipes for this month’s love blog hop and stumbled upon a cranberry upside down cake- I was hooked! I also love bundt cakes, so I decided to put the cake in my bundt cake mold. It makes everything prettier. Don’t you think?
The Weekly Dish! These are recipes from this blog for the last week.
These are recipes from other blogs I follow.
Pumpkin Crepes from Take a Mega Bite
Bacon Potato Tart from Food on the Food
Apple Cider Pancakes from Baking Serendipity
Pumpkin Gnocchi with Winter Squash and Seared Radicchio from Eats Well With Others
Shrimp and Feta Pasta from Noshing with the Nolands
Bourbon Apple Pies from Boozed + Infused
Mexican Wedding Pumpkin Cookies from Vegetarian Ventures
Apricot, Pear, and Persimmon Crumble from Feed the Piglet…
I love soup!!! And I have never made anything with real pumpkin. Therefore, last time I went to the farmer’s market I decided to buy one. For some reason I was really nervous about cooking with a real pumpkin, but it was so easy! Just like squash, except bigger. I don’t know what else I am going to make with pumpkin. But, I definitely am going to use it more this fall!