… it seems you quite like getting to choose your own recipes, which is far too easy a compromise if you ask me… but what I love about random recipes this month is how odd some of the recipes are and how they seem to have no logic at all as to why they are the first or last… i’m sure you can make your own minds up… I thank you once again for all the wonderful entires and such dedication… you are all lovely… and so without further ado, here’s the round-up…
a last recipe this time from Susan from this wonderful cook book… I love anything that has this hearty type of cooking and so I must track down a copy of this book… or ask Susan to continue to cook from it!
another soup recipe but this time from the first page of the book and Janice has made a soup i’ve never made before so am very much looking forward to trying this one out… perfect for the cold grey weather we’d been having…
Phil strikes absurdity gold yet again with his randomness and this genius 19th Century cookbook… only an author with such a profoundly odd name would name a sauce after himself!
More vintage recipes this time from lovely Karen and these delicious large scones with little cherries on top… fit for a queen, although it makes me wonder just how many scones HRH has eaten in her life… just the thought!
poor Claire… not having much luck last month or this to be honest… a complete no-no from Hugh… Swiss Chard in a sweet tart anyone…?
firstly, let us all thank Ruth for the wonderful recipe car
s she so kindly sent out last month… yay Ruth… secondly, don’t you just love this non-muesli, muesli cake… but to eat it for your supper…?
Alice really should be doing her homework but she’s being distracted and looking at cute pictures of animals and creating fabulous things in the kitchen instead… naught Alice…
stepping away from her ‘sweet baking’ comfort zone but glad she did, Ros the Baking Addict has created these rather lovely and interesting polenta cornbreads… I am a convert I think….
Choclette gets away with a super-easy one here, which I think is rather dangerous as it means it can be made and eaten simply, fast and effectively, waaaaaay too often for my fat tummy!
isn’t this the cutest random recipe entry ever…? I love the way this months theme has turned out some bizarre oddities… but Natalie’s elephant is beyond adorable!
lucky Aveen picks one of my favourite authors here and a lovely, simple hummus dip… I think one of the basic ‘must-have’ recipes for every good host!
a Random Recipes Virgin here… wave hello everyone and make Susie feel welcome… and i’m sure with these delicious biscotti she has to hand round she’ll become a crowd pleaser pretty quickly!
you have to go and check out this incredible looking book that a friend gave to Denise, lucky her… just imagine a book filled with recipes fit for serving the Emperors!… just imagine a whole book dedicated to me!
whilst you were all slaving over hot stoves in a cold climate I was sunning myself in Mallorca… and I still had time to make my random recipes entry… which was bloody amazing!