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Weekly Recipe Wrap-Up – 02/19/11


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Another week has passed! Whew! I was feeling pretty lazy this week, so honestly, I didn’t do much writing. I feel a little guilty, but I figure sometimes you need those days (or weeks in my case)!

What new recipes did you discover this week? Below are some of the new ones I cam across.

Weekly Recipe Wrap-Up – 02/19/11

Sloppy Bao – Tired of the same old sloppy joe? While sloppy joes can be a hearty and filling dinner, they are pretty run of the mill. However, this recipe is sure to spice up your dinner! It takes sloppy joes in a totally different direction. We’re heading East – towards the Orient!

French Lentil Soup – I really should just do a lentil edition, considering what a lentil kick I’ve been on recently! This rich and hearty soup is perfect for our chilly winter days (although, Denver hasn’t been all that chilly lately). With all the herbs in there, this is going to be one flavorful, and satisfying, soup.

Greek Style Pot-Roasted Chicken Recipe – Yum! I just noticed I have a whole chicken hanging out in my deep freeze. This is a perfect recipe for that. I could start it in the slow cooker in the morning and have a heavenly dinner in the evening!

Molasses & Cranberry Cinnamon Rolls – Looking for a delicious treat for your Sunday morning breakfast? How about these delicious cinnamon rolls? I haven’t made cinnamon rolls in years. Many of the old baked goods I used to make just use too much sugar and unsoaked flour and I have yet to attempt to revise the recipes to be more nourishing. Thankfully, Jenny at Nourished Kitchen helps me out by providing us with some awesome recipes!

Grass-fed Beef Stew - Hearty and nourishing beef stew. Enough said.

Well, that is your Weekly Recipe Wrap Up! I’d love to hear what recipes you found this week! Feel free to share in the comments below.

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