Thursday, December 5, 2013

Foodie Friday-- December 6th

 
Welcome to the December 5th Foodie Friday,
where great food is always on the menu. It's been crazy-busy around here. I'm sure it's the same way at your home. A blast of cold air is sweeping across the US--I hope you stay warm and healthy.

Here are last week's three most popular recipes, based on the number of clicks per Inlink's data.

#1 Fabby's Living. Her Christmas decorations are fabulous!


Fabby also shared a recipe for Pumpkin Chocolate Harvest Cake


#2 In the Middle of Nowhere
Marigene shared her beautiful Thanksgiving dishes and a recipe for Spicery Rolls.


#3 Penny's Vintage Home -- Sand Tart Cookies

 
Thanksgiving always initiates the "baking season," and this year was no exception at our home.
After the holiday, my husband asked for another homemade pumpkin pie (no pictures--the pie was swiftly consumed). I had oodles of leftover pie crust dough, so I made the easiest cherry pie
in the world, using canned, pitted cherries, sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt.

 
 
 I topped the pie with cherry cutouts, which add a festive touch.
 
 
 
Note: Next week's Foodie Friday will be posted early. The link will be available on Wednesday evening, December 11th at 7 pm Central time. 


If you are participating in Foodie Friday, locate the blue Inlinkz icon in the lower, left-hand portion of this post. Click on the icon and follow the directions. After you complete the process, you will see a red "x" beside your name. This allows you to delete your link if you made an error; the red "x" is visible to you only.

For a complete guide to this linky party, click HERE.
 
 
 
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26 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting, Michael! Hope you're having a great week.
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  2. Your cherry pie looks absolutely stunning - love those little cherry cut-outs you used for decoration.
    Thanks for taking the time to host at such a busy time of year.

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  3. OMG sweet lady! I am very honoured to be featured in such a fabulous food party, I'm always so happy to join! Thank you so much, I'm very excited!!! Thank you for hosting again dear Michael. May you have a blessed holiday season!
    Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  4. Your cherry pie is beautiful Michael! No doubt that one went quickly too:@)

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  5. I am craving cherry pie. Thank you so much for hosting.

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  6. Pie Perfection~ what a beautiful crust! 'Tis the Season to be busy, hope everyone is well at your house!

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  7. Hope you and your baby dog friends stay warm and cozy this weekend, our Max is cozy in my lap. Enjoy your weekend and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

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  8. Your pie looks delicious! Thanks for hosting!

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  9. This is going to sound bad but I hope the cold hits us soon!! It's been 80s here!! I hate it :)
    Thank you for the foodie Friday!

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  10. Your pie crust is perfect, I don't have much luck with perfect little pie crust shapes! Thanks so much for being the hostess mostess!
    Jenna


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  11. Hi Michael Lee, your cherry pie looks divine! I'd love a big piece of it right now.
    It was near the 80's in Dallas yesterday and right now we have sleet and temps in the 20's. What a switcheroo!!
    Thanks for hosting and happy weekend. Stay cozy. xo

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  12. your pie is darling, so refreshing to see cherry after all the org food of late! hope your house is doing well, was 19 degrees at the beach this morn when i walked the dogs, the barrel of water for the dogs and deer was frozen :-( to be even colder this weekend... did i mention this is a solar house? ho ho ho! see you on monday~

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  13. Thanks for the party. Your pie looks amazing! PS - I just finished the 2 Teeny books! Loved them...

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  14. Your cherry pie looks fabulous. Lucky you to have enough pie-crust dough to make another pie. I hope you stay warm in the cold. It looks like it's headed your way. Thanks for hosting each week.
    Sam

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  15. Love the cherry cutouts on the pie!!! The little touches like that make such a difference!

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  16. Your cherry pie is just beyond belief gorgeous.. love the cut out. Thanks for the party and we got our woodburning stove going it is getting cooler here in NY.

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  17. I love Cherry Pie and yours looks beautiful! Stay warm and thank you for hosting :-)

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  18. I love the cherry cutouts on your pie! Thanks so much for hosting. Wanted to let you know I;m doing a giveaway for a Pressure Canner and a Water Bath Canner on my blog starting today. Stop by if you are interested! - Nancy
    On The Home Front

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  19. That crust is beautiful, ML. Love the way your decorated it with the little cherry cutouts. Cherry pie is my favorite and wish I had a big slice of it to go with the cup of coffee I just poured. Thank you so much for hosting Foodie Friday...it's my favorite party to be sure.

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  20. Hi Michael Lee, hope the ice didn't get you. It moved through and now we have around 6 inches of snow. Enjoy your weekend!
    Sherry

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  21. Would you believe I've never made cherry pie? In fact, I can't even remember the last time I had a piece so maybe it's time to change that.

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  22. Would you believe I've never made a cherry pie? In fact, I can't even remember when was the last time I ate it. Maybe it's time to change that.

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  23. Mmmm... good old fashioned American cherry pie. Thanks for hosting. I'm new here (*waves*) and I've entered my Carrot Meringue Pie - a vegetable dessert version of the classic.

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