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July 1, 2009
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Suzanne McMinn
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This topic is for posting your favorite recipe links or cooking websites you want to share!  If you have a blog where you post your own recipes, post your main blog link here (once) or post the link to your cooking/recipes category on your blog so other forum members can find your recipes.

If you're hosting a cooking-related giveaway on your blog, post giveaway info here:

http://suzannemcminn.com/forum/welcome/giveaways/

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July 24, 2009
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wvhomecanner said:

Yeah, canning the rest of a big pot of good stuff is a really good way to stock up on the the best 'fast' food – your own cooking, ready to eat anytime! And some things that get better on each reheat are great candidates for canning. Here is an interesting site that has some mouthwatering recipes  – creative too.

http://www.creativecanning.blogspot.com/

dede

copied this over on this thread, it's a great site!

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July 24, 2009
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If you haven't discovered Pioneer Woman, you are in for a treat :)

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/

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July 24, 2009
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She also has a new recipe site( Tasty Kitchen with reader submitted recipes

http://thepioneerwoman.com/tasty-kitchen/

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July 24, 2009
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First of all may as welll plug myself ;) http://leaperfood.blogspot.com/

And I love love love the King Arthur Flour blog. They're got all kinds of neat recipes witht photos showing you how to make them step by step! http://www.kingarthurflour.com/blog/ They also have a LOT of nice recipes. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes

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July 25, 2009
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I was looking for Farm/Gardening blogs in MO, since we are trying to buy a farm there (sshhhh, don't say anything…….Jinx Phobic….will tell story later)

Really like this one, lotsa recipes and she has a garden blog as well

http://www.foodiefarmgirl.blogspot.com/

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July 28, 2009
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On decorative vinegars…

Pete said:  Here's a not too shabby place to look around: http://canningrecipeindex.blogspot.com/

July 28, 2009
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I have used a lot of recipes from http://www.cookinglight.com

Its nice that you can read reviews on the recipes and see how people tweaked them here and there.

July 29, 2009
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This isn't actually a cooking link, but I wanted to post it here where we could find it again.  I just noticed this “Home Canners' Help Line” phone number in my Ball Blue Book of Preserving.

1-800-240-3340

For when we can't get hold of Dede on the forum right quick. Happy Flower

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July 30, 2009
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Another great source is the NCHFP/USDA link

http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/

I keep a shortcut for them on my desktop. That link has all the gubmint approved info :)

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August 7, 2009
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“Learn all you can from the mistakes of others. You won’t have time to make them all yourself.”  ― Alfred Sheinwold

August 8, 2009
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Found this place to have some interesting money saving ideas, for budget friendly recipes and other frugal things:  http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/

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September 17, 2009
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Just stumbled in here: http://www.canning-recipes.com/

It looks like something of a mother lode of canning recipes!

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October 3, 2009
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If anyone has tried to get recipes from the “official” Ball web site, then you know that there aren't any!  But, if you click around long enough, eventually you will get here: http://www.freshpreserving.com/pages/new_recipe_pages/215.php

There are some very interesting recipes there, including quite a few for in-a-jar gift type recipes, in case anyone is interested…   Happy Flower

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October 16, 2009
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Johnzegirl posted this link over with the apricot discussion, and it looks like one any of us might find useful: http://www.recipepuppy.com/

It looks like a great place to put in a few leftovers and come up with some fabulous ideas for dinner. 

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October 21, 2009
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This isn't a recipe, either, but an interesting booklet for those researching, teaching, or just casually interested in the different types of wheat:  From the Wheat Foods Council:  http://www.wheatfoods.org/_FileLibrary/FileImage/WFC%20Web%20Flour%20Booklet%202009.pdf

It's just a three-page booklet describing the 6 classes of wheat flours.

(If there's a better place to put this, let me know.)

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December 4, 2009
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TXLady said:

I made this sharing bread yesterday and it is so good.  I toasted a couple of slices for breakfast and I promise you, it has such good taste, I didn't even add jelly or jam..delish..

http://www.kingarthurflour.com…..ead-recipe


I moved this from the Basic Bread Question thread, this looks like a wonderful bread that I for one am going to try soon. 

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December 5, 2009
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Well-Preserved Colorado by Eugenia Bone

http://blogs.denverpost.com/preserved/

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December 11, 2009
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Don't quite know how I've missed this, since I'm sorta a fan of hers already, but Lisa Fain is now blogging over at Ro-tell, looks like about once a week:

http://www.ro-tel.com/u-of-rotel/rotel-homesick-texan.jsp

There are also lots of other recipes using tomatoes with peppers besides hers, and other funs stuff.

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December 11, 2009
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YUM PETE! That's a great link! That cheesey soup looks wonderful!

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