Everyday Gourmet Recipes
Hello, your recipes look fantastic. I will be trying Acorn Squash Soup and Curried Pumkin Soup soon. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful New Year. Linda
I want to eat everything you’ve listed! I will be back for recipes–the pumpkin ones are looking yummy for fall.
Thank you so much! I have a bit of an obsession with pumpkin in the fall.
Thank you for visiting my blog and introducing me t yours. You have some very interesting recipes.
Lillian of Lillian’s Cupboard
Thanks for liking my post. I am now following- so many good recipes above to try!
It was really sweet of you to like my current posts :)
Hope you enjoyed it!
And I adore your blog, it’s so well rounded and I love the recipes!
Hey! I do a gluten-free blog and I was wondering if you have any popular recipes from your followers that I may convert to gluten free?
If it doesn’t have to start out with gluten, my curried pumpkin apple soup is very popular at the moment. So are the almond milk and almond butter. As far as converting to gluten-free flour, I’ve worked with it before but I’m not entirely sure how it responds when you swap it out ounce for ounce in a recipe. I know the chickpea flour can have a slightly bitter aftertaste so it’s better for savory dishes, such as my butternut squash and goat cheese galette. If you swap out the flour in my non-yeast sweet recipes with almond meal you might have some good success. I’d try one of the cookies, sweet tarts or pumpkin spice bundt cake, since it’s seasonal.
I love the idea of a recipe index! You’ve inspired me to do one of my own. Thanks! :-)
I am getting hungry looking at all your fabulous recipes!
Have just visited your blog for the first time and feel like I’ve been missing out! Your recipes look great and are explained so well :-)
You have so many delicious looking recipes, I look forward to reading more!
Hi SS! Love the photos & layout – looks amazing! I will be looking forward to your next blog!
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