Sunday, October 26, 2014

LYL for the Cottage Cooking Club

Hope you enjoyed our sixth month of preparing recipes from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall´s “River Cottage Everyday Veg”. You can now leave your link to your personal October post here.

The choices for the month of October were/are 1. From the chapter "Comfort Food & Feast": Baby beet tarte tatin (page 48); 2. From the chapter "Hearty Salads": Warm salad of mushrooms and roasted squash (page 94); 3. From the chapter "Raw Assemblies": Carrot, orange and cashews (page 107); 4. From the chapter "Hefty Soups": Cannellini bean and leek soup (page 165); 5. From the chapter "Bready Things": Kale and onion pizza  (page 186); 6. From the chapter "Store-Cupboard Suppers": White beans with artichokes (page 240); 7. From the chapter "Pasta & Rice": Vegeree (page 276); 8. From the chapter "Mezze & Tapas": Broccoli salad with asian-style dressing (page 316); 9. From the chapter "Roast, Grill & Barbecue": Roasted brussels sprouts with shallots (page 352)
OR Roasted cauliflower with lemon and paprika and 10. From the chapter "Sweet Asides": Pumpkin and raisin tea loaf (page 394).



You have until October 28th, to post your link in the comment section to this post. Thank you for participating this month!

25 comments:

  1. Here's my post!!
    http://dulceshome.com/2014/10/27/ccc-october-recipes-brussels-beets-and-beautiful-pumpkin/

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    1. Dear Candy, thank you for your lovely post and your timely link!
      I alreday read through it and I am delighted with the many ideas you have with respect to some adjustments to the recipes you prepared, such as the individual servings of the Beet Tarte Tatin!
      I will be around for comments on all blog posts a bit later today and tomorrow! Celebrating a 12th birthday today...
      Andrea

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  2. This is Colette´s link:

    http://www.cocointhekitchen.com/2014/10/spooky-soup-cottage-zucchini-cannellini.html

    Colette - I hope you do not mind, I copied your link in "the right spot" - Thank you for participating again this month - always appreciate your enthusiasm!
    Andrea

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  3. Good to be participating this month! Loved the Beet Tarte Tatin!
    http://www.bakeawaywithme.com/2014/10/cottage-cooking-club-baby-beet-tarte.html

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    1. Thank you, Kathy - wonderful to see that you have joined us again!

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  4. Another delicious month! Here's my link:

    http://areyoucooking.blogspot.ca/2014/10/cottage-cooking-club-october-2014.html

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    1. Zosia, looking forward to reading your post! Thank you for your participation!

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  5. I was able to make all but one recipe this month.

    http://myculinarymission.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-cottage-cooking-club-october-recipes.html

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    1. Cathleen, cannot wait to see your post and marvel at all your creations!

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  6. I posted twice this month. I cannot tell you how much I love Hugh's (we're now on a first-name basis) recipes. He is opening up a whole new world to me. I am looking forward to checking out everyone's site tonight to see what you've made and commenting. KathyVB and I made the exact same two recipes this month. I like her taste!

    http://lightsonbrightnobrakes.com/ccc-beet/

    http://lightsonbrightnobrakes.com/ccc-hello-autumn-pumpkin-raisin-tea-loaf/

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    1. Mary, delightful posts - thank you for all your support, dear friend!

      Nothing wrong with being on a first name basis with Mr. Whittingstall - I am quite sure he does not mind!
      Love, Andrea

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    2. Hi Mary, tried commenting on your site - did not seem to work so I will comment here:

      Wasn't the beet tarte tatin fabulous?!! What a wonderful way to serve beets. And the bread, it was surprisingly delicious as well. With all these wonderful new vegetable cookbooks, I can see why someone would want to turn vegetarian. Though I am with you, I love a good steak or burger - and a really good cold beer after a long hike is the best!

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  7. Another great month, love the simplicity of Hugh's recipe, here is my link.

    http://mysavoryspoon.blogspot.com/2014/10/cottage-cooking-club-month-of-october.html

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    1. Cheri, glad to read that you keep enjoying the River Cottage recipes!

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  8. I particularly loved the warm salads this month:

    http://aplatefulofhappiness.com/2014/10/28/cottage-cooking-club-october/

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    1. Betsy, wonderful - thank you for participating!

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  9. I'm not quite on first name basis yet with Hugh, but I do love his recipes. All of them work, and many of them are outstanding. Do you have any of his other cookbooks? I'm thinking I might need some!

    http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2014/10/ccc-october.html

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    1. Jora, looking forward to visting all the blogs tomorrow morning for comments - you might want to take a closer look at the last two recipe I wrote about - from the new cookbook that was published on September 11th.

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  10. Managed most of the October recipes and then some...

    Jora: you must have known that I was going to include two recipes from the latest River Cottage cookbook "Light & Easy" - certainly worth adding to your Christmas wish list.

    http://kitchenlioness.blogspot.de/2014/10/the-cottage-cooking-club-october-recipes.html

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  11. Hello Andrea, thank you for your efforts towards another month cooking from River Cottage veg everyday. It turns out our visitors from Wales last week also have a similar River Cottage veg book!
    In just under the line this month and Word Press acting unusually strange. Talk to you soon. Thank you again
    http://www.spicedpeachblog.com

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    1. Peggy, how fun that you had visitors from Wales - I visted there quite a few years back but I remember it being an amazing place to visit - will visit your blog today for comments, dear friend!

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  12. http://onewetfoot.ca/2014/10/28/cottage-cooking-club-october-2014/

    I enjoyed the recipes I chose this month, but have been envying everyone's Beet Tatins - so beautiful!

    http://onewetfoot.ca/2014/10/28/cottage-cooking-club-october-2014/

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    1. Teresa, there is always time to make the Baby Beet Tatin - you could post it in an individual post or add it to your November recipes if you want.
      Thank you so much for participating again this month!
      Andrea

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  13. The Beet Tarte Tatin was definitely the star this month - wow! Managed to make five of the recipes for October.

    http://mustcookmore.wordpress.com/2014/11/04/the-cottage-cooking-club-october/

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    1. Thank you very much for participating again this month - I will be over for a visit to take a look at all your lovely creations!
      Until then, Andrea

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