Thursday, October 21, 2010

Recipe Swap Thursday #8

Welcome to Prairie Story Recipe Swap Thursday! Keep the recipes coming... and please tell a friend or two to stop by for a visit!

Recipe Swap Thursday's most popular recipe last week was Pumpkin Crisp @ Retro Housewife: The Remix. Be sure to check it yhis recipe and all the others!

To kick things off this week I've posted a new recipe - my Green Bean & Bacon Casserole. It's so easy and so good!

How to swap:
1) Link directly to your recipe. Scroll down and click on the "Add your Link" button. You will be prompted to enter the URL (link directly to your post), Name of your recipe, and Email (not visible), and then select a Thumbnail to upload.
2) Visit the other recipe links!!
3) Please include a link back to Prairie Story so everyone can see all the delicious recipes. Feel free to grab the Prairie Story Recipe Swap Thursday badge, or Tweet/Facebook this swap to your friends and followers.

Thank you to all recipe swappers, blog hoppers, my loyal readers, Twitter and Facebook followers, fellow foodies, family and friends for your support. I'm so happy to be able to share my Prairie Story, and appreciate that you take a precious moment or two out of your busy day to visit my blog!

14 comments:

  1. LOVE green bean casserole (or do I really just love the french onion crunchies? ...) This recipe sounds great. Thanks! :)

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  2. What a great idea to add bacon to the mix! I love bacon!

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  3. oh... I think I'll have to try the casserole with the bacon :)

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  4. Hi Allison, Your casserole sounds delicious. I am sharing a simple but delicious apple butter made (easy) in the crock pot. Thanks for hosting.

    PS glad to get your email, for some reason my Yahoo reader was not updating, I kept looking, but did not find your swap until after the email. Thanks again.

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  5. Your green bean and bacon casserole sounds mouthwatering. I just happened to pick up some french fried onions at a store which stocks things from North America the other day so perfect timing! (I can't get french fried onions here in England except in speciality stores!) I've posted the recipe for my Aunt Dorothy's Butterscotch squares. They are really yummy! Thanks so much for hosting.

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  6. Your green bean casserole looks yummy! My Mom has been making that ever since I can remember. I love it! Thanks for hosting.

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  7. I can't believe I missed the pumpkin crisp from last week, I thought I checked out everything but I'll have to go back, that sounds good. I've never tried a green bean casserole but with bacon and onion, it sounds delish! I'm sharing two things I've posted recently that are just delicious; caramel apple cinnamon rolls and pumpkin apple butter muffins. Enjoy!

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  8. Happy Thursday! Have a great weekend!!! Your green bean casserole looks tasty!

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  9. Yep. I never get tired of trying out a new green bean casserole. Yours looks fantastic!

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  10. Love the idea of your casserole. Bacon on anything is good, right?

    Those Sweet and Salty Halloween Treats are calling to me!

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  11. Alison - Love french fried onions! I have to stop myself from adding them to every casserole I make.

    And the Dutch Apple Pie looks divine!

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  12. The casserole looks good!

    Sorry my recipe showed up as PamJ not the recipe name.... :s

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  13. Yum! Looks delicious! Bacon makes everything better! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.
    <>< Concetta

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  14. I have been collecting recipe this one is look like very taste. I can't wait to do and taste this yummy recipe green bean & bacon casserole.

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