My Favorite Recent Pinterest Recipe Finds

I have been truly enjoying using Pinterest as a way to keep track of ideas and recipes I’d like to try. I want to share a few of my recent food finds with you:

 

I pinned this one because a friend sent me a box of lemons and I’m trying to decide what to do with them. I’ve settled on making lemonade and this recipe has a nice twist. I love this blog “Girl Cooks World” – reading it is like traveling with her to different destinations I might never have gone on my own and has the added benefit of having only gluten free recipes so if you thought being gluten free meant a limited diet – you’ve got to check out this blog!

 

Vegan tamales. Cheeky Kitchen is a great blog that has gone vegan (at least for the time being). The photographs are great and the food looks amazing. I’m just learning to make tamales so I was interested to try her version. The blogger is also a kind and generous spirited person – impossible not to love.

 

Potato leek soup with the best garnish ever! This blog “Apron Strings” is a daughter/mom team and they make a lot of simple food with charming presentations.

Source: azestybite.com via Angelina on Pinterest

Beer, cheese, and sun dried tomatoes? I’m not sharing this bowl with you. You will have to make your own! This is from “A Zesty Bite”.

I read close to 200 food blog posts a day and being able to visually bookmark and then share the best of what I find is so much fun. If you’re looking for any particular kinds of recipes that you haven’t found on your own yet – feel free to tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll keep my eyes open for them and share my findings with you.  Even if it’s a meat based recipe – I read them all.

3 thoughts on “My Favorite Recent Pinterest Recipe Finds

  1. Aimee

    If I ask nicely, will you let me have a bite from your bowl? I’m afraid to make my own, because I know I’ll gobble down every last bite & put on the 3 pounds I’ve lost this week. Pleeeeease??

    Oh, I know what I’m looking for. This is an appetizer we had at Jason’s holiday company party…it was a “ravioli,” but it was crispy (Maybe wonton wrapper? Not sure, I’m hopeless at breaking down dishes.) filled with tomato chutney and lavender chevre. I could’ve eaten 70 of them, seriously. It’s my favorite savory bite EVER.

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  2. angelina Post author

    Okay – I relent. I will share. I don’t need to eat all this on my own either! Sounds like a fried wonton though I have seen fried raviolis too. I’ll see what I can find. Although I don’t like chevre that sounds like something that sounds really interesting! Were they square or triangular or circular in shape?

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  3. angelina Post author

    Also – good work on the loss of 3 more pounds! You have been working so hard at getting in shape and trimming down!

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