Thursday, July 28, 2011

Recipe Swap #47

Welcome to Prairie Story Recipe Swap Thursday! Happy August long weekend to my fellow Canadians... it's been a beautiful summer here on the prairies!

The most popular recipe from Recipe Swap Thursday last week was Nutella Blended Coffee Drink @ Around My Family Table. How can you go wrong with Nutella and Coffee!

This week I'm sharing my Garlic Smashed Potatoes. They are one of my favorite sides in summer with new garden potatoes or in winter as a total comfort food! And be sure to check out the old school Potato Helps for quick tips and tricks!

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.
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!

2 comments:

  1. Oh I love potatoes and garlic. Mmm....

    That book is something I'd love to browse through. I have a copy of the American Frugal Housewife from back in the day. It's neat to see how things were have changed in the kitchen from back then.

    This week I shared doughnut muffins and a bit about my oldest daughter (12) going away from home for the first time. She was on a mission trip with our church.

    Have a GREAT weekend!!

    Denise @ Creative Kitchen

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  2. I am very late getting to this party today. I bring Homemade Sweetened Condensed Milk. The list looks great, and I am off to check things out. Thanks for hosting.

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