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Friday Favorites

This week I am joining Finding Joy in My Kitchen for the Friday Favorites party.  Recipes from your blogs that I can't wait to try out!!  When I find a recipe that I want to try, I usually tell myself I will remember whre I found it.  WRONG!!  So this is how I am going to organize better and relieve much of my frustration!! I am excited to try these delicious recipes on this list.
 Gracious Rain

Meatless for Meat Eaters

 Healthy Food that Doesn't Taste Bland

 The Pursuit of Happiness

 Meatless Meals for Meat Eaters

Finding Joy in My Kitchen

Ma What's for Dinner

Peanut Butter Cookie Bars
Baking & Creating with Avril

You can check out other faves over at Friday Favorites.

Comments

  1. What a great idea!!! I love trying recipes from other peoples blog's (especially yours! :D) Have a Happy Super Bowl Sunday,too. I can hardly wait to eat munchies, drink Diet Coke, and watch the commericials!!!

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  2. That's a good way to locate where we saw these wonderful recipes. Have a great day.

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  3. What a great idea, to post about good recipe finds to remind yourself! If a recipe REALLY sticks out to me I print it off and put it in a pile of "to try someday soon." Food blogging is so fun! Thanks for the shout out to my recipes too, you're the best ! Enjoy your weekend :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  4. This is a perfect way to remember all those great recipes you found on your favorite blogs.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  5. The fudge balls sound wonderful.

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  6. Pretty sure I clicked on all of these recipes :) Wow -- those fudge balls and fries... delicious. Glad you linked up!

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  7. Ah....I'm so happy to be party of your Friday Favorites Tiffanee!

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  8. I love trying out recipes I read on others' blogs. I actually do that quite often. So nice that people post recipes. There's bound to be something we'll like! (which is also why I post recipes on my own blog on Tuesdays.)

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