Recipes that have me drooling this week

In my travels around the blogosphere I've found some wonderful recipes to make this Easter long weekend.  I thought I'd share some of my favourites with you.

Cinnamon-Fig Jam by Eating Out Loud

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The recipe and beautiful accompanying pictures are giving me tingles.  What an amazing use for figs!  If you're in Australia grab them quick before they go out of season and make this divine looking jam.  I'm sure this will be fabulous added to an autumn cheese platter.

Blood-Orange Yogurt Cake from Picky Cook

photo by Picky Cook at http://www.pickycook.com
Photo by Picky Cook

It is no secret that I love the lightness and texture of yogurt cake and this one looks fabulous.  Moist, light and an amazing colour - what more could you want?  STOP PRESS: You could also want a great grapefruit version!


Especially for easter:

Iron Chef Shellie's Hot Cross Buns

A classic looking recipe, adapted from Donna Hay's but with extra fruit, just the way I like it.  Shellie's photography is always gorgeous and these buns look soft and glazed-shiny.

Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Hot Cross Buns by Not Quite Nigella

a-cinnamon_buns4-450x675Photo by Not Quite Nigella

Oh oh .. cimmamon, chocolate and the soft butteriness of a hot cross bun? Diet? What diet? Not Quite Nigella's take on the standard looks fabulous and I can almost taste them already.

What are you cooking this Easter? Share your recipe ideas or links in the comments below!

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Rachel is a 20-something woman attempting to balance a career, budget, marriage and home. Rachel is horriby weak-willed when it comes to pretty handbags, cupcakes, shoes and chocolate.

09. April 2009 by Rachel
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Comments (6)

  1. thanks so much for the link love! nice roundup!!

  2. This is a great site! You don't have to be a photographer to be a foodie....losing weight too... hey sounds like you have a beautiful niche already. Found you on the problogger 31DBBB and am glad I did. Keep up the good work and give me a shout (@starlightlife on twitter) if as a nutritionist I can give you a hand! Be well and I'll continue looking for you @ 31DBBB. Aloha~

  3. Thanks Gina I will take you up on that! I'm getting there slowly but it is always great to get info from the experts :)

  4. hello, i also stumbled upon your site from the 31DBBB and having a passion for cooking and baking, i'm feeling your site right now! i liked your list post too :) good luck with it and keep up the good work.

    @rebecatrautner

  5. Hi Rebeca :) Thanks for paying me a visit! I've hopped over to your site and it is very inspirational, thanks. (BTW love the ducky!)

  6. Good one...Thanks for sharing.

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