As usual, we have some fabulous-looking recipes that I am dying to try -
- This "Blackberry Summer Dream" iced coffee concoction is making me drool...
- I'm always up for salads that aren't necessarily built around lettuce - The Common Room folks give us recipes for a rice salad and a barley chicken salad that look scrumptious.
- MOMCAB (Maraschino Cherry, Mandarin Orange, Almond & Banana) mufflets (mini-muffins) from Morning Coffee & Afternoon Tea.
- A spectacular-sounding Pasta Pollo Tricolore that looks like it'll be as quick and easy as it is mouth-watering.
- Simply Pasta with Lemon & Basil from A Weight Lifted, which looks light and lovely...
- How about BBQ Chicken Pizza - one of my favorites from California Pizza Kitchen - as shared by Michele at Meanderings? Mmm..
- Karen at Let's Play Restaurant gives us a fabulous recipe for Fried Chicken Breasts that includes a marinade as well as hints on the frying procedure - cheers!
- Jamba.... Jamba..... Jambalaya jambalaya *trumpet flourish* - T1G is the Jambalaya King!
- Here's an interesting idea to try - Arroz Con Pollo with Apples. I'm rather intrigued.
- Peas are my favorite veggie - therefore I must try ALa's "Quickest Chicken Dinner Ever" - with stuffing! Hubby will love it...
- The fabulous muse at me-ander has an easy, customizable cake recipe that I must try, over and over again to experiment with variations.
- I don't do Weight Watchers. I don't care about points. But Prochein Amy's WW-friendly Variety Pie recipe makes me happy, because it looks like it'll be easy on the waistline while it's tempting to the taste buds. This is another one that will have me experimenting with variations for weeks.
- Hubby-head being part Irish, he will most likely be fascinated by ArmyWifeToddlerMom's brownie recipe - which includes a good amount of Guinness Stout.
You know there's a lot more to peruse for yourself - so go visit Dana already. And start thinking about what to submit for next week's Carnival - e-mail the link to recipe(dot)carnival(at)gmail(dot)com OR, get with the program already and use Conservative Cat's submission form.