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Everything looks delicious!
Thanks, Char.
BrokenTune 1 year ago
I'm loving the photo project. Long may it last! It looks delicious...even the almond bread that didn't rise. :)
Thanks, BT. I'll see how long I can keep up with this--it's making cooking more appealing to me right now.
Murder by Death 1 year ago
Oh, those meatballs look amazing! The great thing about pumpkin bread (and zucchini, banana, etc.) is that they're supposed to be so moist that whether they rise or not doesn't make much difference in terms of taste appeal. Both of those pumpkin breads look great. :)
The meatballs were amazing. Apricot jam, soy sauce & Sriracha. Yum! And both breads were tasty, just one was more attractive than the other.
Everything looks yummy. :)
Not bad, if I do say so myself!
Those meatballs look yummy! Care to share the recipe?
See below!
Thank you!
I gasped when I saw those meatballs, I MUST make them. I found this recipe on Pinterest http://www.bijouxandbits.com/2016/02/spicy-slow-cooker-meatballs/ which sounds pretty close to yours that I think I'll try.
I'm not a big dairy person either, I can't give up my cheese though, but unsweetened coconut milk has been a great for my tummy, I try to look for recipes that have that instead of a lot of milk, soups are great for this.
Chili Chicken stir-fry is one I think I have a million like recipes pinned for, lol. I love simple stir-fry like this.
That plum cake looks divine and I'm prepared to start a book club just so I can make it, my partner isn't a big plum fan and that looks to dangerous for me to make for myself, I'd eat the hell out of it.
Loaves are strangely a bakery item that sometimes gives me trouble. I could publish a book on sunken middle loaves.
You have to keep posting, you can't wave delicious food like this in my face and take it away!
BrokenTune 1 year ago
I'm loving the food element on Booklikes. Books and food are a great combination.
I've provided a link to Greta's online resource below. Have fun making meatballs! (I must confess I used ground pork instead of chicken, and I hate onions, so I left those out).

This is proving to be a slower cooking week--last night I coasted with leftover turkey. But Honey Mustard Chicken (also from Greta's cookbook) will happen before the end of the week. :)
You can find Greta's online recipe for the meatballs here: http://yumyummer.com/apricot-sriracha-ginger-glazed-meatballs/
BrokenTune 1 year ago
Oh, wow, I went to check out her website and came across the recipe for Maple-Cinnamon Roasted Chickpeas. This is so going to happen. Soon!
Excellent!
This all looks too delicious for words -- (belated) thank you for sharing!
It's me that needs to thank all of my kind friends for your encouragement!