Saturday, May 11, 2013

The DMS Wants to Know!

Monday's Riddle was s strange brew, and Lizzy's review of Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan added in the right ingredients. Thursday on Top of the Heap, we told you about two great home recipes, and Friday, Margo shared the story of Lulu and the Duck in the Pond by Hilary McKay. Today, we want to hear about your favorite eats!

The DMS wants to know: What is a home recipe that you enjoy?

We told you ours. Now, let's hear yours!


20 comments:

  1. Oh, I've been meaning to read Esperanza for several years but keep forgetting to PUT IT ON THE LIST. :) Doing that now.

    A home recipe I've been thinking about a lot as I plant my garden this spring is salsa. All ingredients are to taste: three or four fresh tomatoes, a green pepper, a jalepeno, a small onion, garlic, pepper, salt, chili powder, and a little white vinegar. YUM! Can't wait!

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    1. Michelle- I hope you get to read Esperanza soon! I think you will enjoy it.

      I love salsa and planting all the ingredients sounds very smart! Best of luck! ~L

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  2. My grandmother's sour-cream chicken! Served over rice or potatoes, it's delish! And now I'm hungry :)

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    1. Meradeth- I have never had sour-cream chicken. It does sound yummy. :) ~L

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  3. We love home-made coconut macaroons, but it’s been a long time since I made them. Say after me “must try harder, must try harder” oh for some more time.

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    1. Barbara- Those home-made coconut macaroons sound tasty. I think the fact that you don't make them all the time makes them even more special. Life sure is busy! :) ~L

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  4. My mom's Welsh Cookies. I just love them and I can't make them at all. Mine are like hockey pucks.

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    1. Alex- I have never had them! I hope you can have them soon. :) ~L

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  5. Home made key lime pie, in fact, I just had a piece, but don't tell...it's too early. Have a great day!

    Paul R. Hewlett

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    1. Paul- That sounds like a delicious way to start the day. :)
      ~L

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  6. My grandmother's banana bread recipe (I put it on my blog some time ago). What I love about it is that you have to make the loaf completely by hand to give it the special rustic texture. Once I cheated and used some modern appliances to take the easy route and the results were so disappointing!

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    1. Sharon- Your grandma's banana bread sounds good. I like that it has to be done by hand and I can imagine that it would taste better that way! :) ~L

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  7. I like an Arabic dish called babaghanough. It's made with oven-baked, mashed eggplants (insides only) and tahina and garlic. Add a little oil and spices, grab yourself some pita bread, and you have a yummy dip! :-)

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    1. Lexa- I love babaghanough. One of my friend's mom makes it and it is sooooo good! I have never tried to make it, but I do love to eat it! :) ~L

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  8. This isn't really a recipe, but I make good pizza. We never order out for pizza because mine is better. The secret is the crust I use. ;)

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    1. Kelly- How awesome that you make a fabulous pizza. The crust must be delicious! :) ~L

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    1. Terence- Sounds interesting! :) ~L

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