Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Food From the Hearth To Feed Your Soul - The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop No. 55

Hearth and Soul Hop at the 21st Century Housewife
As the seasons change, so too does our definition of comfort food. Winter’s warming stews are replaced by crisp, crunchy salads and cool creamy desserts when summer comes - although sometimes there is nothing like a spicy curry to cool you down on a summer’s evening (honestly, it works!). And of course, I’d never turn down that classic comfort food mashed potatoes - you can always cook the roast on a spit over the barbecue in the hot weather. Whatever the season, we always turn to the kitchen not only for sustenance, but also for celebration. In short, there is always a need for homemade food, food from the hearth, food that feeds your soul - whatever the season might be.

Once again, there were some really wonderful recipes last week. A few that caught my eye were:

Chicken Minestrone Skillet from Easy to Be Gluten Free
Gluten Free Cream Filled Doughnuts from Sugar and Spice in the Land of Balls and Sticks
Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting from Lamp Unto My Feet and
Black Bean Veggie Burgers from Hun What’s For Dinner

Please join us and share your favourite family recipes and the stories behind them. No matter who we are or where we come from, our food history brings us together as we share our own traditions and learn about those of others. That is a big part of what Hearth and Soul is all about.

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Thank you from all of us on the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop Team,

Kankana of Sunshine and SmileMelynda from Mom’s Sunday Cafe

1. Strawberry Pie
2. Party Recipes
3. Green tomato pigeon pea curry
4. Boston Blue Chicken & Apple Salad
5. Atomic Chicken
6. Banana Oatmeal Bake
7. Grilled Peaches
8. Cherry Almond Muffins
9. Vegetable Stock - Quick and Simple
10. Ladyfingers
13. Creamy Orichette with Cher Tomatoes, Garlic & Basi
14. Meatballs and Tomatoes over Turnip-Parsnip Mash
15. Spanish Tortilla
16. Healthy Summer Recipes
17. Lemon Rosemary Grilled Chicken
18. Blackberry Basil Salad Dressing
19. Stuffed Kohlrabi
20. All American Apple Bites
21. Double Bacon BLT Pasta Salad
22. Teriyaki Beef Kabobs
23. Yucca Flower, Mushroom, & Feta Frittata
24. Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese
25. Lemon/Cherry Oh Canada Cake
26. Low Carb Chocolate Almond Smoothie
27. Caramelized Onion Crisps @ Yolks, Kefir, & Gristle
28. Cucumber Bites
29. Blueberry Rhubarb Jam
30. Buckwheat Banana Pancakes with Strawberry Jam
31. Grilled Cheese and Tomato - Rachel Ray
32. Boozy Cocktail Cherries (Hounds in the Kitchen)
33. Tahai- Spicy Lentil Rice
34. Red White Blue Cobbler
35. Skirt Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
36. Apple Brown Betty
37. Slow Cooker Southwestern Chicken and Bean Stew
38. Snicker Cookies
39. Artichoke Heart and Olive Dip
40. Vegetarian Breakfast Kolaches
41. DIY Frozen Pizza
42. Losing Creek Farm - Watermelon-Cucumber Salad GF
43. Grapefruit meringue Pie
44. Mexican Pasta Salad
45. Berry Blast - Ruby Raspberry Scones
46. Vegetable Biryani
47. Granola Bar Pie Crust & Mixed Berry Pie
48. Marshmallow Ice Cream~
49. Veggie Burritos
50. The best fruit pie EVER
51. Missouri-Style Ribs
52. Red, White and Blueberry Trifle
53. Oaxacan Chicken Soup
54. Grilled Potato Rounds and BBQ Chicken
55. Arugula Shaved Cantaloupe Salad
56. Mango Nectarine Sorbet
57. Mixed Raita
58. Southern Fried Catfish
59. Yummy Good Crescent Rolls
60. Watermelon Lemonade
61. Strawberry Crostada
62. Rigatoni with Kabocha Squash @ Chez Cayenne
63. Homemade Frozen Strawberry Sorbet
64. Cheesy Garlic Sourdough Crackers
65. Banana Maple Walnut Loaf Cake
66. Stuffed Zucchini
67. Fried Green Tomatoes and Salad of BBQ Chicken etc.
68. Tokri Chaat
69. Gnocchi With Peas
70. my first beignets ever!

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