Sunday, September 19, 2010

Recipes Page Has Appeared

I'm headed to the mountains this week for a few days, but I managed to put together a page of recipe links, found now on the sidebar. I'll have to transcribe the Ratatouille recipe later and add it along with others by and by.

At church we just had our yearly international food festival, and I baked a couple of things for the bakery which I'll tell about, too, illustrated with pictures taken in process and upon completion. It was quite fun to bake goodies that didn't sit around here tempting me for days; they were consumed within a few hours of the start of the party. This year I didn't even eat any baklava. The memory of the perfect rendition of baklava that a member of our parish bakes was still lingering and satisfying.


margaret said...

Yes! I too love baking when I can immediately box it up and take it elsewhere.

Jeannette said... managed to pull this together now? Amazing!

M.K. said...

Have a wonderful time in the mountains!! I hope it is cool and pleasant, sweater weather, and that you have lot of time for contemplation. Then come back home and write it all up for us here :)

wayside wanderer said...

Great idea! I like your recipe page. Very helpful.

The Greek festival in our area is this coming weekend and I remember buying baklava there last year (or maybe the year before). It was OH so good.

Have a great trip!

elizabeth said...

Nice! Thanks!

Emily J. said...

Have a wonderful time in the mountains - looking forward to a beautiful post when you return! (no pressure or anything.)

Thanks for the gift of your recipes. What a wonderful idea.

We used to go to the Greek festival in Norfolk, VA -- one of the biggest festivals of the summer. I can't imagine actually making baklava, but I certainly savor the memory of eating it.

Michelle M. said...

What a great list!

Baklava.... yum :)

Gumbo Lily said...

Nice recipe page! Good work.


Cathy said...

I appreciate what you are saying...consumption by others of baked goods gives particular relief.

Thank you for the recipe link.

Anita said...

Thanks for the recipe link. This is a great idea!

Left-Handed Housewife said...

The recipes page is a wonderful idea. thanks for doing it!