Thursday, December 23, 2010

Recipe Swap Thursday #17

It's Prairie Story Recipe Swap Thursday! I'm sure you, my foodie friends, have wonderful meals planned over the next several days. As always, thank you so much for visiting and sharing. I wish YOU a Prairie Merry Christmas.

My favorite recipes from last week's Recipe Swap Thursday was Eggnog Snickerdoodles @ Let's Dish. These are definitely on my "To Bake" list. Be sure to visit her blog and all the other recipes!

This week I've posted a new recipe - my Pitura Pierogi. Not only are these totally good to eat, but they are sentimental and part of my family's traditional Polish twelve course, meatless meal on Christmas Eve called Wigilia.

How to swap:
1) Link directly to your recipe. Scroll down to "Click here to enter" 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.
Recipe links only please.
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!


  1. Your perogi sound delicious, and I love the family history behind them. What lovely memories. I'm sorry to hear about your Grandma and your Dad - it's so hard when loved ones are not well this time of year. I hope that despite that you will have many moments of joy and lots of blessings over the holiday season.

  2. Oh, I love pierogies! Thanks for hosting. Can you give me the code for your button? I can't find it. Merry Christmas!

  3. I love pierogie too. I love this list, also. Keep it up. You have some great recipes.

  4. Thanks for hosting!
    The recipe that I linked to today is my Grape And Port Wine Crisp. The photo is not very exciting but I promise that the crisp is- you will love it! This recipe is gluten free, but it can be made with "regular" oats and flour also if you don't have an issue with gluten.
    Happy Holidays!

  5. I love pierogies too - but have never attempted to make them myself. Maybe this will be the kick in my behind to do so! Thanks for sharing the recipe, Alison - they look divine!