I love to find good recipes so I thought I'd share both recipe links and favorite recipe sites today. Just so you know... I'm writing this ahead of time so I can work on the Recommendations list Monday. :)
Sally posted her favorite quiche recipe this week... here. I'm going to try it later this week.
Stephanie's yummy (and very British) Sticky Toffee Pudding recipe is near the end of this post. It would make a lovely Holiday dessert.
I actually liked it better cold the next day when she made it for all of us on our visit (I think because it tasted less sweet and since I can't eat a lot of sugar, I'm sensitive to the "very sweet" desserts). Regardless... this is delicious.
I've bookmarked two (long) posts at Old Fashioned Tips. One has lots of apple recipes and the other an amazing number of pumpkin recipes.
Yum... I am old enough to remember when women collected recipes in their kitchens the way some people put money in the bank... one can never have too many good recipes to call upon (especially if they are easy to make from ingredients in the pantry).
My mother-in-law especially enjoyed the recipes that were the weekly winners in the Chicago Tribune. The Internet has replaced the newspaper in many ways and especially as a way to find great recipes. (We haven't had an actual Women's Pages section in the newspaper since I was a bride long ago.)
A few of my favorite recipe sites are...
The Pioneer Woman (nobody does it better)... I have her new cookbook on my Wish List! Just in case you are one of the few people on the planet who does not have Ree on your rss feed... you are missing a lot. The above link takes you to her cooking site.
Mennonite Girls Can Cook is another favorite. These ladies need to write a book, they are amazing. I have eighty-nine of their recipe posts saved on Bloglines.
The Cooks Next Door is a new recipe site but has already become a favorite. My friend, Heather, is one of the contributors.
I discovered Tea & Cookies on a link at a friend's blog. Contrary to what it sounds like, it is not a tea time blog. :) However, she has great recipes and I particularly like the way she cooks with fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Megans Cookin has lots of good recipes and a few I already have bookmarked to go back to this Holiday season... especially the cookies.
Of course, I could not forget Tracey's Frugal Luxuries Food site.
I reviewed Lynn's Queen of the Castle book a long time ago (and I still think it is one of the most practical homemaking books around). Her Queen of the Castle recipe blog is... here.
I know there are other recipe sites on my list of Favorites but this should give you some good ideas for the upcoming Season, which finds many of us in the kitchen.
Oh, and of course... there is my recipe blog which is much more an online cookbook. I have a few years worth of family favorite recipes there and I plan to add more soon. It can be found... here.
Added: Yes, if you have a favorite recipe site, do leave it in the comments. I know I'm always happy to find a new site. I peruse favorite decorating and recipe sites when I want to relax and I don't want to get caught up in a book right then. :)