Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Totally Tasty Tuesdays

Thanks for joining me today on TTT! I'm so happy to have you here, whether it's to link up some tasty recipes, or to find some new tasty recipes. I've got 3 incredible recipes to feature today and I can't wait to see what recipes get linked up this week.

Peach Cobbler

Peaches are in season right now in my neck of the woods and who doesn't love them some Peach Cobbler?

from Talking Dollars and Cents

I love Pierogi cooked in butter with nothing else on it. But, I think I need to try this!

from The Country Cook

Fall is in the air and I can't wait to start cooking and baking my fall favorites. This soup will be added to the list.



  1. Oh my! Yum. Extravagant. I love the idea of loaded potato soup! It makes potato soup a little more fun and a little less bland... great for entertaining because you can add your own toppings!

    And the pierogi bake is great too. I have some tortellini in the freezer that might not come out the right texture when I thaw them. I am going to try the bake!

  2. Awww Mandy! Thank you for featuring one of my posts! Hugs and love to ya!

  3. Wow some really wonderful choices this week. I don't know which one to try first! We linked up a terrific apple sausage casserole. Come over and check it out.

  4. Thanks for hosting another fun week Mandy. I linked up my luscious cream cheese coffee cake. Have a great week my Friend!

  5. Hi, Mandy! Just wanted to say thank you for hosting the party! It is always fun to come back and see what yummy recipes have been linked up!

  6. Hi, Mandy. Your featured recipes look delicious -- especially the pierogi casserole! Today, I shared two recipes: Pennsylvania Dutch wet bottom shoo-fly pie and Lithuanian kugelis. Thank you for hosting!

  7. I love that you featured that soup - it looks to DIE for!!! :) Thanks for hosting!

  8. Thanks for hosting! Enjoy the light pot pie and the spiced pumpkin muffins! Happy fall!

  9. Hi, Mandy! I am sharing a recipe for ambrosia today. This is a super quick recipe and the ambrosia is divine. Thank you for hosting us!


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