Free Fabric Friday and Scrap Buster Contest

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Scrap Busters Contest

October will be Scrap Busters Month on the blog and we’re having a BIG contest. We want to let you know about the Scrap Buster Contest early so you have plenty of time to submit your entry (or entries!).

Create a tutorial for your best Scrap Buster idea and post it on your blog, Flickr account or in the Forum. Include our Scrap Busters button and a link to this post ( Tutorials can be posts with pics, PDF downloads, video tutorials… Wow us! We’ll feature every entry (and we’ll use at least one picture from your entry to do so) throughout the month of October. Entries must be new tutorials created sometime between now and October 23.

• Submit your entry October 1- October 23.
• Email

    Subject- Scrap Buster Contest
    Include- Your name, URL link for the tutorial and any relevant details you’d like us to highlight.

• We’re looking for unique, new projects, ideas that really do use up scraps, clear instructions, good visual support for your instructions and nice overall presentation.
• 3 Winners will receive a $50 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!.


Free Fabric Friday

Tell us about something delicious you plan on cooking or eating this weekend.  5 random winners will receive a yard of free fabric.

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581 Responses to Free Fabric Friday and Scrap Buster Contest

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  3. Elaine says:

    I plan on making Farm House cookies with the kids, cake-like yummy cookies with a whipped butter cream frosting…and making my first quilt. Elaine

  4. I’d recommend this because it’s actually readable. Unusual — sad but true.

  5. cassidy says:

    Pear crisp from Pioneer Woman Cooks. It looks delish.

  6. Stephanie says:

    I can’t believe I missed out on this challenge by ONE day. I only work with scraps, off cuts and recycled fabrics…boohoo. Super happy to find this site though so now I can see what other do with their scraps…

    xo Steph

  7. lauren says:

    we are planning on making chili this weekend! should good good with the cool weather we’re going to be having!

  8. Kirsten says:

    Football plus cooler weather equals chili! I finally perfected my recipe and can’t wait to make it for the first time this season!

  9. Julie says:

    Once I finish my daughters costume on Friday I am going to make this wonderful slow cooker lemon chicken that I found on I made it today, and it was so good I am going to make a bigger batch of it and freeze some. Am also going to make some pumpkin raisin bread. Then I want to pull out my scraps and start making Barbie and Ken a wardrobe for my daughter’s Christmas present.
    I’m so glad to have found this group. It’s like a cool breeze on a muggy, grimy day.

  10. Ursula says:

    I’ve found an easy way to use up my scraps…I donate them to my granddaughter’s classroom for craft time. They love them.

    As for what’s on the menu this weekend…homemade bread and chicken soup.

  11. beth says:

    I made some pumpkin, oatmeal, choc.chips cookies today. I posted the recipe on my blog and hope to eat them ALL week!

  12. jean says:

    first I have to make the Scalloped Fabric Garland in Christmas fabrics and then the leftovers can make patchwork gift bags.

  13. Debi P says:

    I’m planning on learning how to make champarrado, which is a Mexican drink made of chocolate, milk, cinnamon and masa (or another grain as a thickener). I’m souring different websites to see some of the variations. This is a good way to learn something new and realize that there isn’t a wrong way to do it, or pick up those little tips that mamacita never shared with you when she made it.

  14. VickiT says:

    Scrapbusters sounds like a great idea. I have a ‘few’ scraps laying around. LOL

    Cooking? Hmmm tonight we had a yummy lasagna recipe made in the crockpot with a few of my tweaks done to the recipe. Not sure yet tomorrow but it looks like possibly a hamburgery & macaroni recipe I found recently. Then I think Sunday I’m making a yummy big pot of Homemade chicken & dumplings since I just got whole chickens on sale for $.88/lb yesterday. YUM

  15. sandy says:

    I’m planning to make weight watcher potato soup … hmmmm good and only takes 20min. AND black bean brownies … yes black bean. Recipe here

  16. MamaRuck says:

    I plan on cooking some of eggplant from my Dad’s garden. I am thinking fried eggplant strips with coconut soup

  17. Judea says:

    I can’t wait to see all the creative ideas to use up my scraps.

  18. Sharon says:

    It has been raining in Michigan for the last 4 days, and the leaves have started to turn red. It’s ideal weather for Belgian Beef Stew. Maybe I will make pumpkin pancakes for breakfast. The pumpkin colored mums that I planted last week have inspired me to think fall!

  19. Nancy B says:

    I really like the Scrap Busters Month contest. I NEED to “bust” my stash; how else can I justify buying more fabric?

  20. Lacey Story says:

    The weather is cold and rainy here in MI so I will be making curried butternut squash and apple soup with a homemade loaf of bread and a salad with maple-roasted pumpkin pieces, pumpkin seeds, red onion, sheep’s milk feta and a maple-dijon vinegrette. My all-time favorite fall meal!!!

  21. Becky says:

    Didn’t recognize your website! Hope you will pick me for a free yard of fabric. I will be working on my tutorial for the scrap project!

  22. vintage girl says:

    yeah I feel inspired to make scrap bags.

  23. Julie says:

    I have recently been going through old hand written recipe cards of my grandmothers and found a recipe for a brown sugar pound cake! Yum!

  24. Susan says:

    It’s chilly in the mornings here in NC, but warm in the afternoons. I’m making a big pot of Rachel Ray’s Chicken Mug Pie – saw her make it on her show early this year, and my family loves it!

  25. Leah says:

    This weekend I’ll be making apple pie, dried apples and freezing apples…

    Like the look of your new updates, but its not working right now in Firefox…

  26. Emily says:

    It is chili weather here – and maybe cornbread? Yum.

  27. renee says:

    I plan on hitting the farmer’s market and picking out pumpkins. I’ll proably make roasted seeds and make my husband’s award winning pumpkin bread. Sorry I’m not at liberty to disclose the recipie. The funny thing is that hubby hates baking but can write awsome baking recipies.

  28. I have fallen in love with this site!! I look forward to looking through every last inch of it.. As for whats cooking in my house, LOTS.. I love to cook, and my dinner , on Friday night because I am one of those cooks who write out recipes for a month, buy ingredients, and then cook it for a week usually.. But, Fridays calendar shows I am having Chicken Fried CHICKEN, garlic green beans from our garden, mashed potatoes with garlic and horseradish mixed in.. and for dessert.. well this is bad, but NOTHING but our mountian huckleberries mixed in with vanilla yogurt and drizzle of honey.. Thanks again for a fun website… I am glad to have found it today!

  29. Kathleen says:

    A friend just brought me six corn on the cobs! That’s going to be the delicious part of my dinner! 🙂

  30. Rosa in Antipodes says:

    Roast lamb with rosemary and loads of garlic, a New Zealand classic with a Mediterranean twist…lol!

  31. Kristen says:

    I feel inspired to make a scrap quilt. How fun! Living in CA we have yet to feel the change of the season – it has been over 100 degrees this past week! Not feeling inspired for any cold weather food yet. I’m thinking a homemade chicken pot pie for tonight.

  32. Katrina says:

    In order to embrace the change in season, I will be cooking a delicious, winey, garlicky potroast.

  33. julie says:

    Love the redesign! So chic! I’m making lemon-blueberry muffins. Perfect for fall mornings.

  34. LisaCorrie says:

    I will be making tempura and a soy, ginger salmon. Also, apple pie, zucchini bread, potato bread and maybe some granola bars.

  35. corinne says:

    um. i’ll admit i had a five guys burger over the weekend. i did, however, make some ratatouille before that with some farmer’s market produce – delicious!

  36. I love your new design! I had to pop in here and say that.

    I just noticed that I have ketchup on my keyboard, but I don’t think it is related.

  37. shannon says:

    i made a curried couscous salad with pecans and dried cranberries… delish!

  38. Kerry says:

    I made a revised version of a new (to me) ham & fettucine alfredo dish Saturday for lunch. Instead of fettucine, I used penne pasta. I also added mozzerella cheese to complete the cup of parmesan cheese that was only half full. It seemed to be a winner in our family. We ate some of the leftovers last night.

  39. Skippy says:

    Mmmmm I made the warmest, comfiest casserole last night since we’re firmly into autumn in the UK. Simple but comforting – chicken, carrots, new potatoes, aubergine, butter beans and lots of herbs from the garden.

    Loving the scrap challenge too – gonna go rack my brains and raid the scrap stash.

  40. Susan says:

    This weekend I made a big pot of good old chicken noodle soup in the slow cooker. And, since organic apples were on sale, I made a batch of applesauce. Although most of it is in the freezer right now, I predict it will be gone by the end of the week. My kids love it.

  41. jen says:

    I am just getting ready to make blueberry muffins from scratch. Love ’em and blueberry season around these parts is just about over… so gotta make ’em while I can.

    Then I think I’ll go play around in the scrap bin!

  42. Jennifer says:

    Ground turkey and lentil meatloaf loaded with caramelized onions, grated yellow squash, and wilted swiss chard!

  43. Oooh, apple crisp from Grandma Kitty’s apple crisp recipe! And my family had a picnic in the living room floor tonight with various fruits and veggies and an assortment of dipping sauces: natural PB mixed w/ honey and cream, baby food peaches, baby food apple-cherry sauce, and chocolate syrup! Plus, as always tons of sunsweet cherry tomatoes from our garden and the last two cukes from our little summer garden!

  44. meg says:

    there is a fair in my town and I plan on eating my fair share of fried dough and then some.

  45. Meghan says:

    I’m planning on making pumpkin scones with maple icing 🙂

    And I love the new site design!!

  46. Deborah Ocasio says:

    I am am making for the first time a Puerto Rican Favorite. Flan . My abuela used to make it all the time along with Rice Pudding for Christmas.

  47. kristi says:

    Gianduia, cherry granola, and roasted tomatoes.

  48. Holly says:

    Well it’s still incredibly hot here in the South East, and a trip to the zoo resulted in Krispy Kreme’s for breakfast Sunday. Yum yum

  49. Janet says:

    I’m going to make Banana Walnut muffins with caramel flavored frosting.

  50. Nancy says:

    My better half is going to make tilapia with ginger and chile. I love it! I don’t cook–I do the dishes! I’m banned from cooking-lol. I’m a chronic burner…I call it charbroiling!!!

  51. bashtree says:

    Mmmmmm ‘mexican pizza’ from La Casita down the street. Authentic ingredients, though the assembly might not be as authentic… nothing beats it!

  52. Liz B says:

    My sister is coming home for her birthday and we are doing turkey breast the first night and turkey stew the second, some of our favorite meals. To top it off, our all-time favorite cake that no one else in the world makes or likes: Chocolate Chip Cake from the Betty Crocker Cookbook. Mmm, drooling a little. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway, and looking forward to the scrap busting!

  53. Aimee says:

    I love the new look! I will have to take a good look at my scrap bin… We’re going in to Boston today and getting canolis from the world’s best Italian bakery!

  54. Deborah says:

    It has done nothing but rain here for over a week, and the temp has started dropping. I’m going to fix ratatouillie (sp?) and serve it with jasmine rice. Yummy. I recently moved, and haven’t got my sewing machine set up yet, so no tutorials are in my future for a month or so.


  55. charlie says:

    P.S. I love the “New Look”

  56. charlie says:

    I just put together a batch of Calico Beans and tomorrow I will be making a big kettle of Broccoli and Cheese Soup. I will freeze some for later. When the Fall weather starts there is nothing better than a bowl of homemade soup. While the soup is simmering I plan to make a pan of apple crisp to share with my neighbor. It goes great with vanilla ice cream……..yum!

  57. Sara says:

    I am totally looking forward to October now!

    For dinner I plan on fixing fresh asparagus, corn on the cob and roasted tomatoes for a really fun veggie meal…

  58. Tracey says:

    Oh i’m so looking forward to scrap busters month! I have a whole bucket full of scraps and some serious lack of motivation lately, that needs to be kicked into over drive!

    We are heading to a local farm tomorrow for some apple picking – I forsee pies and apple crisp in my future tomorrow afternoon!!

  59. Erin says:

    I am making some home made sausage!

  60. Lacey says:

    I plan on making chocolate fondant. I would love to say that I made the recipe up myself, but sadly I did not. It is from a Gordon Ramsay cook book. It is a personal sized chocolate desert that is warm cake on the outside and gooey chocolate on the inside!

  61. Ticia says:

    I can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with for scrap busters.

  62. Brooke Marsh says:

    YAY for scraps!! I have a basket full of them and now this will give me the motivation I need to actually DO something with them.

    This weekend I’m baking Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread…mmmmmm…..

  63. Renee says:

    There is a whole lot of birthday cake and cake baking in general this weekend. Hope everyone has great parties (a cake always means a party in your mouth).

  64. Carrie says:

    I am savoring the last warm days that I get by eating my mom’s “poor man’s pie.” Basically jello and cool whip mix together in a graham cracker crust. Yummmmmm! And refreshing. I’m sad to see summer go…

  65. Christine Bolin says:

    I’m thinking about making some oatmeal raisin cookies.

  66. Tiffany says:

    I plan on making raw fudge cookies… so good for you but every bite causes a moan of pleasure… makes you feel like it must be sinful.

  67. Andrea says:

    I love the new design of the site, I miss the links to the photo pools on the right though! We started our weekend off with homemade butter and baking powder biscuits. Yum!

  68. Rebecca says:

    I plan on having a “at home date” with my hubby after the kids go to bed tomorrow night – french onion soup, mozza sticks, and sausage rolls. Yummy throw-in the oven appy’s 🙂

  69. Kristin Beckwith says:

    Sushi and maybe even some green tea ice cream, yum!

  70. Deb says:

    Ooh, Scrapbusters, what fun! I might even try and post something, why not! I plan on making La Fuji Mama’s peanut butter and chocolate patty cakes, I’m havng some girlfriends for morning tea and have been looking for an excuse to indulge in these – YUM!

  71. Jon says:

    I love the site’s new flow. It’s easier on the eyes and easier to navigate. Unfortunately, it makes it easier to shop, too!

    I’m baking pecan chocolate chip cookies to send to my sister-in-law as a thank-you for her donation to my American Cancer Society Relay for Life team–THE CANCER KICKIN’ ANGELS.

  72. Shelley C says:

    It has gotten cold so quickly around here! I plan on making a crockpot full of homemade baked beans…I have perfected my recipe over many years and have one that we finally think is perfect! A side of coleslaw, hotdogs, and ployes (acadian buckwheat crepes). A yummy dinner for a chilly day….

  73. Donna Samuelson says:

    We had some delicious biscuits last night, AND I got all of my scraps organized so I can try out all of the great new ideas you all have! I am not a very experienced sew/crafter but I love trying!

  74. AllieK says:

    AWESOME new look…..Looking forward to scrap busters!!!

  75. Beatrix says:

    I really have to put my thinking cap on now. Need to come up with another scrappy project!
    We are having Chili Lime chicken tonight! Yummy!!!

  76. Laurie says:

    I think I am going to make a nice big pot of chili since the air is getting crisp.

  77. kelli says:

    Italian sausage with onions and chard. Yum!

  78. Beth Talmage says:

    Zucchini, zucchini, zucchini. (Noticing a pattern here?) We’ll be trying out a recipe for a chocolate cake with zucchini that I am assured is delicious and we’ll be indulging in a fave from my teen years: fried zucchini. This will reduce the guilt about the zucchini I am afraid will go to waste and inspire guilt about my cholesterol levels.

  79. Leah says:

    I love the idea of Scrap Busters month! Meanwhile, though, I am making Italian meatloaf today for my family–I bought a little more meat than I thought, so it will be a BIG meatloaf that should last:-)

  80. Julia M. in MI says:

    I made Manicotti with homemade garlic bread last night. We will be eating the leftovers on Sunday, too. It’s awesome fresh, but it is also one of those dishes that is great reheated.

  81. Susan W says:

    A yummy tomatoe tart with philo dough, butter and parmesan.
    and chicken pot pie with veges from farmers market. and fresh peaches.

  82. Sharon says:

    French Toast! Yummm!

  83. Elise says:

    I am planning on making some simple aprons and decorating some towels for my sister to put in her shop.


  84. I plan on making a Greek Salad — kalamata olives and tomatoes — mmmm.

  85. Kaye says:

    I am so excited about Scrap Busters Month. I have a huge toy box full of scraps of all sizes.

    Sunday I think I will make a yummy Pork Roast and fried apples on the side. Yum Yum.

  86. Eliane T. says:

    Chocolate cake! Yummy ^^

  87. Amy says:

    I plan on spending the morning with a White Chocolate Peppermint Mocha…my mouth waters just thinking about it!! hehehe

  88. sofie says:

    This weekend will be all about chicken enchiladas and lots and lots (I mean LOTS) of watermelon.

  89. angie says:

    I plan to cook a desert –from a new to me cookbook I bought at the Library book sale 99% fat free appetizers and deserts. And sew a new quilt top using a fruit of the spirit “crossword” style pattern. Hope I get to do what I plan & win FFF. Angie

  90. robin says:

    I am going to be visiting my parents this weekend, so my dad will be doing the cooking. There’s no telling what yummy concoction he’ll make!

  91. Sivje says:

    Fried Green Tomatoes! Our tomato plants gave and gave the most delicious red tomatoes all summer. And they still loaded with green tomatoes now, which seem to have no interest in ripening. So, dredged in egg and breadcrumbs and then fried, topped with Gorgonzola dressing, they are mouthwateringly perfect!

  92. bobbie says:

    I have no idea what we’ll be eating this weekend and I’m ok with that.

  93. Kristin says:

    love the new look! We are having a birthday party, with all sorts of yummy goodness: caramel corn, homemade clam chowder, and homemade rolls!

  94. quenna says:

    Great idea 🙂 We will be dining on chicken curry and asian spring rolls.

  95. Laura says:

    Mexican Pork Stew and baked corn! Thanks for the chance to win!

  96. ktquilts4fun says:

    Saturday we will be kissing summer goodbye with a frozen fruit salad. Sunday we will welcome Fall with an Iron Skillet Apple Cake Recipe that is available at

    I just can’t wait!!!

  97. Vintagefern says:

    I am making buttermilk pancakes and smoothies!

  98. Elizabeth says:

    Carrot cake with penuche frosting for my husband’s birthday

  99. Jenna A. says:

    i haven’t yet collected much in the way of scraps, but I am excited to get some new ideas on what to do with what I have 🙂 Yay srap-Busters!
    I know it’s no where near winter, but I plan on enjoying a fabulous warm winter lemon cake. I got the recipe from a Kraft foods magazine and it’s been a favorite ever since!

  100. Kate says:

    This weekend is autumn/apple themed. Apple cider brined pork roast, apple stuffing, applesauce, roasted root vegetables, I am still trying to decide on a dessert. Maybe an apple tart?

  101. Leslie says:

    This weekend’s menu – I have plans to make turkey breast with feta & spinach stuffing. My daughter and I have been talking about making some kind of new cake so I’m thinking about a recipe that’s lying around in an old MS Living magazine for dark chocolate grand marnier bundt cake. Sounds tempting!

  102. MamaBee says:

    Tomatoes and basil, perhaps with a little fresh french bread and/or mozzarella. Seems like all I’m eating lately, and I don’t mind a bit!

    Add me to the list of people excited for stashbusters!

  103. jackie says:

    i’m looking forward to navajo tacos! love the new site…

  104. Joey says:

    Tomorrow night we are having a family dinner which will consist of spaghetti, salad and bread. The dessert will be a b-day cake for my great nephew who is turning 1.

  105. Elizabeth says:

    Love the scrap contest idea!
    Finally, we’ve found a turkey small enough to fit in our tiny fridge…so we’re cooking that this weekend, with stuffing and fresh vegetables that I’ll pick up at the farmer’s market tomorrow morning.

  106. I’m making Millionaire’s Shortbread for my husband’s birthday. It is a chocolate-y, shortbread-y, caramel delight!

  107. Jess says:

    I am making bite size brownies for my mom. My mom has NEVER asked me to make something specific for her, but she is in love with these silly bite size brownies I made on a whim that turned out wonderful. So tomorrow morning I will be making mint, peanut butter, and caramel (not all together!!) bite size brownies for my mom to take with her to a game night with her friends.

  108. oooh i wonder if i can figure out something good to sew with scraps! as for something good to eat, it’s going to be soooooo hot we won’t feel like eating. perhaps gazpacho?

  109. Jacklyn H says:

    We’re looking to whip up another batch of this new granola recipe that I found – it only take 7 minutes in the oven and a few minutes on the stove and is super yummy! 🙂

  110. Jody says:

    The scrapbusters contest sounds like so much fun. I’ll have to put my thinking cap on and see if I can come up with something to enter. I made apple pie today. We had company this past week so I’m really hoping that we will have enough leftovers so that I don’t have to cook much this weekend.

  111. Cindy says:

    I am getting a cold so I made homemade chicken soup tonight–I hope it works!

  112. Kimberly says:

    I’m planning to eat yummy, nostalgic treats prepared by the sweet mother of a college roommate. My friends are having a long-overdue reunion this weekend, and I cannot wait!

  113. Lyn says:

    We are planning a fish fry! com’on over, you can bring a nice dessert!

  114. jm says:

    Making and eating homemade pizza here!

  115. Colleen says:

    We made peach jam last weekend, so with the leftover peaches, I’ll be making a peach and blueberry pie with an oatmeal crumble topping. I’m looking forward to the ideas you’ll have in October!

  116. Tania says:

    In celebration of fall coming up this week we are making some pumpkin waffles with warm maple syrup. Yum!

  117. We had hamburgers and onion rings from a local restaurant!! They were delicious….I can never get mine tasting as good as they are from a restaurant!!

  118. Amy says:

    Love the way the site is looking!

    Since my family is recovering from the H1N1 virus – this weekend we will be cooking my Grandmother’s “No Fail-Get Better” Soup. (It beter work) 😉

  119. Virginia S says:

    Fun ideas! I never know what to do with all of those odds and ends.

    I plan to make frozen pizza this weekend! Busy work schedules for the hubby and lots of errands outside the home will make for slim cooking opportunities. Not cutsie or fall-ish or creative this weekend, but hey, just being honest. 🙂

  120. Krista says:

    Tomorrow night I’m making a delicious “apple pie cake”. This is basically a springform pan full of apple slices with a crust on the bottom and a flour/brown sugar/cinnamon mixture on top of the apples. It’s an organic apple bonanza up here in B.C.!

  121. Faye says:

    Curried lentils!

  122. Whistlepea says:

    I made meatless sweet and sour meatballs this evening and since I’ve been eating sandwiches and cereal for dinner for weeks they were delicious!

  123. Malorie says:

    Homemade burritos! Yum!

  124. Carla says:

    Great new site!!! My daughter is making her first peach cobbler with home made crust/topping. MMmmm looking forward to it.

  125. sandy says:

    blueberries …. to keep me young.

  126. Nichole says:

    Ribs, garden fresh kale and cole slaw, and…birthday cake !

  127. Cristina says:

    Pumpkin pancakes for breakfast Sunday – getting a head start on Fall!!

  128. Regina says:

    Kickin’ cajun bean soup! Love that crock pot and a crisp nearly-fall day for hearty warm soup!!! (plus it leaves more time for sewing!)

  129. Naomi says:

    Sultana cake with almonds on top. We’re having friends for ‘afternoon tea’.

  130. Jennifer says:

    I’ll be making some French Onion Soup! YUM!

  131. Kris says:


  132. Sandy H. says:

    The new look is great!

    This weekend I am cooking up a slew of plum kuchen thanks to the generous gift of ripe plums from a neighbor’s tree. It freezes well and makes my husband happy!

  133. Lynne says:

    Tomorrow is my day to journey to the local farmer’s market. I am hoping to find eggplant and zucchini to go with my home grown tomatoes so that I can make ratatouille to have with pasta. Oh, and lots of garlic!

  134. Bethany says:

    Yum now you have me hungry. I was planning on a lasagna tomorrow night…a fun family favorite, not unique but fun. I just made the other fun family fav…marinate chicken in italian dressing then put into pan smother with pepper jack and bake 45 minutes…mmmmmmmmm!!!

  135. Ellena Oglesby says:

    We are planning to cook on the grill since it is still warm here but not hot, I will marinate some chicken breast to cook and cook some sweet potatos on the grill.
    Scrap busters sounds fun, making plans

  136. Nina Chairez says:

    Tibetan red lentil soup with naan, because it’s nice and cool here on the coast!

  137. Dani says:

    I’m going to make kettle corn. We found the most delicious recipe recently!

  138. Lorrie says:

    Fun new look! I’m so looking forward to scrapbusters month! This weekend I’m going to make some eggplant caviar and fougasse (olive bread). The family is getting together to celebrate 3 September birthdays and I’ll also be eating some homemade cake.


  139. christine says:

    I like the new look. I’m thinking about making oatmeal cookies this weekend.

  140. Tina C. says:

    roast chicken!!! finally it is cool enough to cook that again. also, something with all the eggplants ripening in the garden.

  141. Mary says:

    Mmmm…I am going to make simple baked custard with nutmeg for my mom who just had surgery. The hospital no longer offers custard (her favourite part of the hospital stay), so I’m stepping in.

  142. Steph W says:

    Well – it’s my husband’s birthday. We’re vegetarians, but every year for his bday he takes a break and gets hot dogs. So that’s the gourmet meal I’ll be making! Hot dogs, chips and beer! But made with love.

  143. Jennifer says:

    Some pumpkin chocolate cookies to celebrate fall weather!

  144. shawnee says:

    can’t wait to see those scrap-busting ideas!

    if it’s not too hot, i’ll be baking another loaf of yummy potato bread.

  145. monica says:

    mmmm….chocolate chip cookies, plus with a trip to the farmers market in the morning, you never know what might find its way to the table, perhaps a pasta salad with fresh veggies.

  146. Katie A. says:

    I’ll be eating whatever they serve at the restaurant that serves their giant tropical drinks in containers shaped like carved coconuts! …Pineapple, probably!

    Can’t wait for scrapbuster month!

  147. tara says:

    This week everything I eat will be so wonderful! I am from Australia, visiting my parents. My mom is the best cook and baker. So I am in for some of her classics, potatoe pancakes, homemade apple butter and her pickles to name a few. As well as the Missouri BBQ and custard ice cream that we love! Oh its good to be home!

  148. ~Helena~ says:

    I love the new look. 🙂 Can’t wait for the scrap bustin’ to start. As far as something wondeful cooking this weekend. Planning on having gulf shrimp tonite with some garlic and butter. Some yummy bbq (think beef we’re Texans down here.)also this weekend cooked by my loving husband mesquite smoked, with some fresh veggies.

  149. Laura says:

    We’re taking spicy gingery fig chutney with cream cheese and crackers to a potluck! I love the new look of the site!

  150. Anne says:

    Great new look – great contest – can’t wait to see the entries.

  151. Mary says:

    I am making pasties tonight for dinner. I can’t wait. My mom made them on St Patrick’s day every year growing up. Comfort food!

  152. brittany says:

    i am hoping to make pancakes or waffles from scratch in the morning! so simple, but so yummy!

  153. Laura says:

    Banana, chocolate chip muffins…..Sound so good right now! I think I will start now and not wait until later. 🙂

  154. craftytammie says:

    yay for scrap busting! i hope there are lots of new ideas to be shared – because i have a lot of scraps 🙂 i have been baking banana bread today, but i get to make a special birthday cake for tomorrow – my mom is retiring and we’re having a party!

  155. PenguitoSmile says:

    This weekend is my one yr anniversary to my husband and we are going out to get some super tasty sushi!!Yum Yum!

  156. Renee says:

    I am making a Little Einstein’s Birthday cake this weekend for my babies 2nd Birthday Party! check my blog later tonight or tomorrow for a photo!

  157. Aimee says:

    Tonight I’m making pizza and rice crispy treats. We are all excited about it! I’m really looking forward to October’s theme! Thanks for such a great blog.

  158. Mary Margaret says:

    The site is looking great!
    This weekend I’m gonna try a recipe for soft sugar cookies for my children….their favorite! Sunday morning calls for apple waffles, bacon, and grits. The other meals? Still pondering that one!

  159. Alexis says:

    I’m planning on canning up some plum honey jam made from my neighbor’s plums- yum! I’m looking forwards to some scrap busting fun too 🙂

  160. KatieV says:

    Well I just bought just mushrooms at Trader Joe’s, so I was thinking of making a pasta dish with a good balsamic cream sauce I’ve made before. 🙂 Hope I win!

  161. Leslie Newton says:

    It is cooling off in Tennessee, so I am ready for some comfort food. It will be Baked Potato Soup tonight. Beef Stew and Chili with Southern Cornbread – not sweet! Made in a cast iron skillet…Yum!

  162. Missy says:

    We are in the car on our way to my favorite restaurant where, among other things, I’ll have polenta with mascarpone and pumpkin purée! Very excited!

  163. linda says:

    I am planning on going to the farmer’s market bright and early tomorrow morning to pick up some tomatoes to make a tomato watermelon salad.

  164. Rochelle says:

    I just made chocolate chip cookies and ate way too much cookie dough!!

    Love your new look. Very much looking forward to next month!

  165. right now i’ve got some apples in the crock pot that will soon be applesauce. tomorrow we’re baking ‘smores’ and making brownies for my ultra pregnant friend.

  166. Michelle says:

    I’m making some guacamole loaded with all the goodies for football watching tonight!

  167. Megan says:

    I’m going to cook chickpea curry this weekend!

  168. Andrea says:

    I will be eating pizza someone else made. Good.

  169. Debbie says:

    Sunflower birthday cupcakes with buttercream frosting; chicken fajitas and homemade guacamole; and an apple skillet cake. (That pretty much covers all the food groups: Mexican and sweets.)

  170. Snowbird says:

    I’m in the process of making a nice veggie noodle soup and homemade whole wheat bread and I hope to make a nice roast and mashed potatoes and maybe pumpkin bread for Saturday or Sunday if the weather cools a tiny bit more!

    (I’m actually going back through the comments for more meal ideas!!)

    Great weekend everyone!

  171. Cynthia I says:

    Scraps are my theme for next year. I am excited to see what ideas everyone comes up with.

    This weekend we have a 1st birthday so, some lemon layer cake. Then tailgating so, bean salad, pasta salad and some Naniamo bars. If the rain holds off heading to the farmers market Saturday.

  172. Char says:

    I plan to make some pesto from that huge basil bush in our garden. Plus, it’s supposed to get rainy and cool on Monday, so I’m looking forward to a batch of chili with tomatoes, onions, and garlic from the garden. I love this time of year… nice and cool for baking (I’ll be making muffins this weekend, too!) and a HUGE abundance of healthy fresh food…

  173. stephanie says:

    Zucchini bread! Warm with melted butter….mmmmm

  174. mommymae says:

    i’ve got challah rising now for rosh hashanah!

  175. Nichole says:

    Making brownies for a get together with friends. Yum! Excited for scrap busters!

  176. Sara R. says:

    I’m going to the county fair this weekend, so I plan to eat lots of fabulous fried foods, like deep fried oreos!

  177. Brooke says:

    I am about to make many strawberry cupcakes for my daughters’ birthday party tomorrow. They turn 2 and 4 within 10 days of one another and we’re having a “strawberry and Minnie Mouse” Party as dictated by the 4 year old.

  178. Louby Lou says:

    After getting our new oven this week, I shall be cooking up a storm, first off is Spanish Chicken – chicken thighs, paella rice, chorizo and peppers (plus a few other ingrediants) MMmmmm, plus I’ll also be baking a batch of my fab Chocolate Chip cookies! Can’t wait, long live the weekend! 😀

    Happy eatings everyone!

  179. Nicki C K says:

    I am also excited about Scrapbusters AND I love the new look too! 🙂
    I plan on making AND eating some Lemon Lust Cake. mmmm mmmm good!

  180. kriswithmany says:

    We’re having clam chowder tomorrow! Yummy!

  181. Emily says:

    I am in bed sick and so my sweet husband has made some chicken noodle soup that I be eating this weekend to hopefully help me get better.

  182. Erin says:

    I like the new look! Since it’s technically fall, even though the thermometer outside reads 100 degrees, I’m making ginger cookies this afternoon (the kids’ and my favorite) and an apple pie and some apple butter this weekend.

  183. Lisa D says:

    We’re going out to a Bohemian restaurant tonight. They serve Czech food. I love their goulash and unique soups. I have been experimenting with “raw uncooking,” so I plan on making some quiches in the dehydrator. The kids and I are also going to cook up some playdough for my son’s kindergarten class.

  184. Kelly W says:

    Sangria. Does that qualify if I make it myself? : >

  185. Sarah Jean says:

    I know my neighbor has been ricing all week, and he will usually bring us a bag. So I am hoping to make Creamy Chicken Wild Rice Soup. Oh such a treat as the days are starting to cool down.

  186. Yetta says:

    The menu tonight will be roasted mixed potatoes, corn and red pepper soup, roasted vegetable sandwiches with pesto sauce and strawberry shortcakes for dessert. Somehow, I always ended baking and roasting on the hottest days of the year!

    Can’t wait to see the scrap buster projects.

  187. Kristin says:

    This weekend I am going to be cooking up some Beef Stew. YUM!

    Also wanted to let you know that I am having a big giveaway on the blog and sign-ups last until Sunday night! The giveaway was given to RTH by the ever-inspiring author of Craft Nectar. Hope to see you there! 🙂

  188. Nicole N. says:

    I plan on making apple crumble with apples we are picking tomorrow! I love the new look!

  189. Erin says:

    We’re making fresh salsa this weekend with ingredients from the Farmers’ Market! Yum!

  190. Angela says:

    We’re going to a friends house in the country Saturday night for a bon fire. You better believe S’mores and hot dogs will be eaten…in that order 😉

    Apple cider donuts sound fabulous Karen!!!

  191. Christine says:

    I’m planning on roasting the beets I got from my CSA with rosemary and olive oil. Yum!

  192. JJ says:

    Hmmm…I’ll have to think on the scrapbusters contest. I plan on making winter squash pancakes, YUM!

  193. KristieS says:

    Lot’s of eating out this weekend! Tonight we’re attending a wedding rehearsal; the dinner afterwards will be at our favorite Mexican restaurant. Tomorrow is a friend’s surprise birthday party at Buca di Beppo, and I’m excited because I’ve never been to one. Sunday is the wedding, and I really don’t know what they’re serving. Worries me a little, because I’m in the middle of a 21-day vegan challenge 🙂

  194. Charrisse says:

    Pizza with wheat crust! Oh so good. 🙂

  195. Amy says:

    Corned beef hash and corn bread though not together.

  196. Aubrey says:

    I’m not sure what I’ll be cooking, but I’ll definitely be eating some leftover homemade German Chocolate Cake I made for my husband’s birthday. It’s the recipe right out of the German’s chocolate box. Super moist and tasty cake, with rich coconut pecan filling. Yum.

  197. beccy says:

    I love the scrapbuster idea – I need a few tips to shrink the mountain! This weekend we will be finding new and exciting ways of eating the glut of courgettes, especially since we’ve run out of people to give them to. Frittata anyone?

  198. Sara Hemmeke says:

    peach cobbler and homemade basil pesto are on the lineup

    but I’m more excited about what I can make with my scraps! Can’t wait to see what’s posted next.

  199. Erin says:

    Homemade bread and homemade butter! So easy to make and a lovely combination.

  200. marie says:

    I’m going apple picking tomorrow, so I think an apple pie or crisp will be in the works soon after! Can’t wait for the scrappy madness!

  201. Melissa says:

    I meant LOIN, not loing!!

  202. Sherri I says:

    An absolutely wonderful chocolate chip cookie!

  203. Melissa says:

    The changes are looking good!

    This weekend, my family will be dining on pork loing marinated in home grown basil, garlic and olive oil, with roasted acorn squash. Mmmmmmm…fall flavors!

  204. Alyssa says:

    beet salad with goat cheese and pine nuts… my favorite…

  205. Amanda says:

    I JUST finished making some fun kettle corn for the kids. In purple and orange, no less. Gotta go with the Fall theme. They’re loving it!

  206. cara says:

    i’m cooking up some stuffed peppers for the weekend!
    (and could use some free fabric!)

  207. Alexandra says:

    I plan on making chocolate chip cookies. I make the dough on the weekend and just bake a few each day. They make a great after work snack!

  208. Sigrid says:

    I will make some wild grape jelly to eat on my morning toast. Mmmmm

  209. Christi Smith says:

    I plan on going to everyone else’s house since they are cooking all of these fabulous things!! i just ate a bag of cheeto’s and consider that a treat!!! lol.

    this look to the forum /blog is WONDERFUL…thank you so much for updating.

  210. Michelle says:

    Love the new layout. It looks great. As for cooking, we will be noshing on homemade lasagana. I make my own tomato sauce with tomato, onions, and basil from my greenhouse. I will be attempting homemade pasta noddles as well, but that may be a bust and so we have store bought on hand. I am also attemting low cal cannolis from this months issue of cooking light. Served with some delish red wine, this will round out a great Italiain dinner.

  211. Katelin says:

    This weekend we will be feasting on Sweet Pork Tacos with Cilantro Lime Slaw! Mmmm…makes my mouth water!

  212. Mary Anne says:

    Does it count that my son and I made cupcakes today…just because. He’s only 4 and oh so cute! Just incase it doesn’t, we will probably have lasagna or pot roast this weekend. Have a great weekend!!

  213. erin says:

    shepherd’s pie. yummo!

  214. Beth says:

    Since it’s feeling like fall, I’ll be making pumpkin chocolate chip cookies this weekend!

  215. Amy S. says:

    Everyone’s post is making me hungry… tonight I am making apple cobbler.

  216. Erin H. says:

    I plan to bake an apple pie—it doesn’t get much more delicious than that. Thanks for the giveaway!

  217. Dianne B. says:

    My 8-year-old daughter wants to do baking this weekend, so we’re going to make brownies. We bought two kinds of chocolate morsels to put in them — white chocolate and milk chocolate. Now if we can just keep from eating up all the chocolate chips before we put them in the mix! 😉

  218. Leigh says:

    My hubby is taking both girls for the day to visit their great grandfather a few hours away. So I am looking forward to eating WHATEVER I WANT and not having little fingers trying to “share.” I don’t know yet what I’m going to make, but I KNOW it will be delicious!

  219. Celeste says:

    Love the new site–pretty!

    I’m hoping to make a few loaves of banana bread this evening.

  220. Amy says:

    canning salsa this weekend!

  221. Alissa says:

    We are having homemade salsa. The garden peppers really started kicking them out this week! So fun!

  222. Shari says:

    Weekends usually mean soccer games and this weeks games will take us out of town. The treat for the non-soccer playing family members is at least one decent meal. The choice for tonight will be PF Chang—not bad for a soccer mom!

  223. bec says:

    something with zucchini and cucumbers and tomatoes and summer squash. the garden is starting to slow down, but just barely.

  224. Jenna says:

    I’m making tortilla soup and watching some college football. It may not feel like fall in south Texas, but a girl can try!

  225. erin says:

    this southern girl will be watching football this weekend, so i think nachoes and cold draft beer are in order!

  226. Jodi B says:

    vegetarian chili with cinnamon. yum!

  227. Karen says:

    Looking forward to some great scrap ideas!

    I plan on making homemade apple cider donuts this weekend!

  228. Rebecca says:

    I plan on making a potato squash goat cheese gratin recipe!

  229. This weekend I have a final bbq of the year to attend – I think I’m going to make some yummy chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. The oatmeal reminds me of the cooler fall weather, but everyone loves chocolate chips any time of year!

  230. Tanya says:

    Apple crisp, with lots of crisp! I made one a couple weeks ago and it didn’t last long, time for another!

  231. Andi says:

    Today I’m planning to make some caramel popcorn for my aunt’s party!

  232. Betsy M says:

    We have our Church Bazaar this weekend so apple crisps, cakes for the cakewalk, and breads and rolls are needing to get made.

  233. BeckyS says:

    I’m planning to make chicken & dumplings from the left over roast chicken and vegetables I cooked last night. Then I will probably turn the left overs from that into chicken potpie. Mmmmm..

  234. Michele says:

    Great new look!

  235. Amy says:

    I plan on making chicken enchiladas with homeade rice and beans…

    and today I’m going to make some pumpkin chocolate chip cookies with my nieces! 🙂

  236. Erika says:

    I’m planning on making a birthday cake.

  237. Stacy Gibbs says:

    I’m excited about Scrap Busters! Hopefully I’ll be able to enter! I plan on making some yummy Chicken Tacos and rice for football Saturday. 🙂

  238. Nicole says:

    I’ll be saving some summer by canning cherry tomato preserves this weekend!

  239. Dawn-Marie says:

    I will be making some chili and beer cheese bread for college football!! Woo hoo!!

  240. cami says:

    I am making my millet/sweet potato polenta smothered with peppers and onions! DH doesn’t care for it so I might have to suffer through it alone! 😉

  241. Alicia T says:

    Nothing fancy, but I just made some homemade wheat bread, so I’m planning on making grilled cheese with it for supper. Probably with a fresh salad, since I have a couple tomatoes just out of the garden!

  242. holly says:

    Lets see peanut butter cookies for desert and pot roast with vegies in the crock pot for supper.Yummy.

  243. Brina says:

    My husband is cooking this weekend. Lasagna, salad and homemade ice cream for dessert. I’ve been looking forward to it all week!
    blrohloff at aol dot com

  244. Hayley says:

    I am making fajitas and topping them with fresh picked cilantro from the garden. YUM!

  245. Jenny says:

    Our housing addition is having our annual picnic this weekend…games, bouncy things, balloons, and its all right in our back yard! The kids are gonna have a blast and the weather is forecasted to be beautiufl. so this weekend, im eating picnic food, and it will be delicious, and i dont have any cleaning up to do or cooking (other than the cupcakes my daughter and i just made!). We are all looking forward to it! Thanks for the chance at free fabric.

  246. JennE says:

    Love the site! We’re having beautiful weather so we are gonna BBQ some ribs and linguica!

  247. wendy says:

    I’m making banana-zuchini bread this weekend . . . my kitchen should smell wonderful!

  248. melanie says:

    I’m planning on making bread. I love making my own bread, it smells delicious in the house and it’s so good!

  249. Jane says:

    I am cooking a Roast Beef dinner with Roasted Potatoes, fresh Yellow Beans and Yorkshire pudding. For dessert we are having a Peach Pie that just came out of the oven.
    Wish you were here t share with us……….

    I love the new look.

    I love Stash busting, what agreat theme for October.


  250. Jenni says:

    Well, I don’t yet have all that many scraps, but still keen to see these projects.

    This weekend will be slow for our stove, but I expect to output a batch of fresh pretzels. If we’re lucky, a dozen bagels, too.

  251. Megan Kinyon says:

    Well I might be making some cupcakes this weekend. Because I feel like it. Scrap busters month sounds exciting! I can’t wait for all the new tutorials (just what I need ;P )

  252. Barbara Dahl says:

    Would love the scraps, I am the scrap queen! I am going to cook for my hubby who has been in Jordan since early June. He is arriving home late tonight and tomorrow night I am fixing one of his favorite meals with pork ribs, mash potatoes and broccoli. Talk about a feel good meal!!

  253. Kim K. says:

    Love the new look of the blog! 🙂 I’m hoping to eat a Sprinkles cupcake (or two!) this weekend! Yum!

  254. April says:

    I’m in about my fourth month of sewing so I’ve just started accumulating a scrap pile that’s got me scratching my head with ideas for scrap projects. I’m so glad you’re doing scrap sewing month just in time!

    I’m not necessarily making anything great this weekend, but a friend and I are going to drive to Temecula tomorrow and hit the farmers market. We’re going to pick up some bread, cheese and fruit then head to one of the wineries and buy a bottle of champagne. Ooh la la! It may not be real cooking, but it’s what I’m looking forward to most this weekend!

  255. Natalie says:

    Oh how I LOVE food. I am most looking forward to going to the nearby crepe place on Saturday morning and getting a Nutella filled crepe.

  256. Barb says:

    Yay, so excited about Scrap Busting Month! We’re having my sisters wedding this weekend so were having slow roasted pork (yup the entire pig) tonight for the rehersal dinner. Yum!

  257. Chrissy Brooker says:

    I’ll be baking a decadent fudge cake for my mother’s birthday. Several different kinds of chocolate. Heaven!

  258. mab says:

    Spaghetti and meatballs with homemade garlic bread of course! And if I don’t stop eating them, everyone else will have coconut macaroons for dessert!

    Love the new look of the site too – seems a lot easier to find things.

  259. Christy says:

    Gonna get hubbie to take me out for some Italian. Am thinking about cooking chicken cream cheese puffs.

  260. Jill says:

    I’ve pad thai on the brain. So many delicious recipes floating around blogs and recipe sites…

  261. Scraps 🙂 I’ll see what I can come up with. You know, scraps, like leftovers can oftentimes be better when revisited. Mixed into a nice smorgasbord of flavors and aromas that have had time to infuse the food. In my fridge I have some ham and black eye peas. With a little broth and some carrots, this will become a wonderful ham and bean soup. Too bad the heat came back full force 😉

  262. Megan says:

    I plan on eating chicken tortilla soup this weekend! Yum!

    And I could totally use some suggestions to bust my scraps.

  263. Kadybug says:

    Thank you for the heads up on the contest! I am putting on my thinking hat now.

    This weekend I am making a pot roast (stew) with potatoes, onions. carrots, peas, celery, and a ton of spices. My mom’s recipe for baking soda biscuits. And a homemade apple pie to end the dinner. It is getting so chilly here that I thought I needed to break out a hearty fall recipe. 🙂

  264. wintor says:

    Scrap busting? I let my daughter use them to make baby toys/plushes/gifts!

    This Sunday is my birthday and i’ve been wanting to make some rice pudding with dried apricots and ginger thrown in…non-desserty? maybe a grilled salmon pasta bowl type thing 🙂

  265. Dacia says:

    mmm, I love to cook, and weekends are a great time for me to cook up something wonderful. My weekend cooking plans are homemade deep dish pizza tonight. Saturday, homemade gnocchi with fresh pesto (utilizing that basil from my garden!) with a delicious caprese salad (you gotta LOVE fresh mozzarella, home grown tomatoes and fresh basil layered together and seasoned with balsamic, olive oil and s+p! YUM!) Then Sunday I am cooking up a new recipe for my celiac sis-in-law GLUTEN FREE Vanilla Cupcakes! (it’s been so long since she’s had a baked good!) I am so excited! Here’s to a yummy weekend!

  266. Susan L says:

    This weekend I’m making CrockPot Hoisin Chicken Wings. Very delicious and very easy. You can find the recipe if you do a Google search.

  267. Diane says:

    Planning to make some cheesy zucchini bread with the zucchini straight from the garden!

  268. Denise says:

    Cuban black beans, brown rice and baby greens w/ olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Mmmmmmm.

    I am not good with change, so I am still adjusting. I miss the easy to find list of flikr groups and am still trying to find my way around. Did I mention I’m not good with change? 🙂

  269. Patricia says:

    I made chocolate-chocolate muffins this morning, does that count? 🙂

  270. Charis says:

    Looking forward to making strawberry shortcakes for brunch on Sunday. Can’t wait!

  271. Trase says:

    I’m making homemade sourdough bread to accompany some little boneless steaks and my buttery paprika potatoes for dinner tonight. My stomach growls in anticipation. 😉

    Looking forward to some great scrap ideas, and hoping to come up with some of my own!

  272. Marisa says:

    Looking forward to seeing all the scrappy projects! This weekend I’m making apple pie squares. YUM!!!!

  273. Karen H says:

    I can’t wait to see al of the new ideas for October!

    This weekend I need to make at least 1 pair of pajamas for birthday gifts. We have plans to go out for Italian on Saturday night so far.

  274. Jessica says:

    There are some frozen bananas that are waiting to be made into banana nut bread. Yum.

  275. Michelle says:

    I really like the linen look, and thanks for the push to get off my rear and make that tutorial I’ve been thinking of doing for months and months now…

    Oh, and what I’ll be cooking? Maybe napa cabbage chicken salad, since it’s going to be 103 degrees all weekend! No oven or stove for me!

  276. Billie says:

    also looking forward to “scrap busters”! This weekend plan on making crockpot chili, chocolate muffins (or something like that), and a pot of marinara sauce for the freezer.

  277. Cayce says:

    loving the new background!

    making our usual Fri dinner…homemade pizza with toppings from the garden. Also looking forward to our usual Sun dinner…homemade burritos, salsa, guac, and homemade chips! yum! Weekends are our time to slow down and enjoy good food, good cooking, and good time with family and friends.

  278. Allie says:

    love the new look! I’m going to be baking a banana cake with cream cheese frosting…just because that sounds SO yummy!

  279. Nicolle says:

    I’ll be smoking a nice pork tenderloin on the grill. We’ll cook it low and slow for several hours. Also, I’ll be making some apple crisp, from the recipe I’ve been using since I was a kid, but now with apples from my own trees. Have a great weekend!

  280. Nikki says:

    I’m making tin foil dinners, we’re going camping! Woohoo!

  281. April Z says:

    I’m planning to make Tiramisu this weekend. I’ve never made it before, so I’m a little nervous that it won’t turn out, but I’m also hopeful!

  282. Gretchen says:

    I’ll be making chicken fajitas for dinner – a family favorite.

  283. Elizabeth says:

    I’m really looking forward to scrap buster’s month! And this weekend I’m going to make some saltine cracker candy for a post-church picnic 🙂

  284. Kelly V. says:

    Go Gators! I’m making candies from scratch and sewing cute ‘lil UF letters on plain white tees for my 6-year-old twins!!!

  285. jill says:

    It’s fall here in Michigan so time for apple dumplings! Yum

  286. Kim Guerrier says:

    Mmmmmmmmmm so homemade pumpkin bread sounds fabulous for breakfast with a steaming hot cup of coffee.

  287. I just made the first banana bread of the Fall season – we’re gonna make sure it’s gone by Monday!

  288. Lisa says:

    October will be a great month! I can’t wait to see what Stash Buster projects arise!

    This weekend I’m planning on making gyoza and possibly a cake… I can’t wait!

  289. Grand dad says:

    We will be happily eating whatever darling son-in-law cooks, he grills a lot so maybe we will be lucky and have sweet Italian sausage.Does making gift wrapping out of fat quarters count as scrap busting?

  290. Kerneknop says:

    I’m right in the middle of baking an apple tart with merengues lid – my mum came by earlier today with a huge bag of apples, so tart, chutney and jam it is 😉 Happy weekend to everyone…

  291. Cindy Rutledge says:

    I’m making chicken enchiladas with homeade enchilada sauce and Flan. Yummy!

  292. Jennifer says:

    I’m planning on cooking steaks with my husband!

  293. colleen says:

    I’m making fried chicken sandwiches with spicy cabbage slaw…..delicious recipe from the San Francisco Chronicle a few years back (you can find it on the website)

  294. Jill G says:

    I am going to a Baseball game tonight so I will definatly be eatting a hotdog!!! I LOVE hotdogs at baseball games. 😉

  295. Ellen says:

    A rainy weekend is saying Apple Crisp ala mode! Can’t wait to see all the scrapbusting ideas!

  296. Katie says:

    Salsa Verde enchiladas with Spanish-style brown rice and homemade tortilla chips. Penguin is on this weekend’s sewing menu.

  297. Ruth says:

    I dunno if it counts as this weekend, but at work we have a pool of people who rotate bringing in a baked treat on Friday morning to celebrate the end of the work week. This morning we are having blueberry coffee cake. Yum!

  298. Hurray! I can’t wait to see all the scrap buster ideas. We are making Orange Zucchini Bread today and then Pumpkin Patch Muffins tomorrow. Yum!

  299. Nicole says:

    I’m planning to bake and eat some chocolate chip cookies-DD’s favorite. Perfect activity for a toddler on a rainy day! 🙂

  300. amy says:

    I am going to make Tamale Pie and continue to eat on the pecan pie I made!

  301. Kate says:

    We have a new baby due in early November so I’ll be prep cooking most of the weekend: pumpkin sage pasta, garlic pasta, sweet potato black bean enchiladas, carrot soup, samosas, etc… All the good things that come from the freezer when there isn’t a spare hand or a spare minute. And I’ll be roasting tomatoes from the garden with balsamic vinegar and olive oil to put in the freezer as well. Better get started!

  302. alison says:

    Love the new look! This morning I made brownies that I expect will be gone by the time I get home from work. This weekend I’m going to make banana cake with brown sugar icing. I think I’ll also make scalloped potatoes since the weather is turning cooler here.

  303. perches says:

    We’re going apple-picking this weekend, with many friends and a big potluck dinner afterward. I’m looking forward to making apple cobblers, cake baked with apple slices, and baby apple puree. Yay for apple harvest season!

  304. kimmer says:

    Tonight’s menu is nachos with a tomato/onion/avocado salad and a cold glass of limeade. Tomorrow night looks like a good night for grilling… chicken breast with roasted potatoes? Sunday we’ll be eating “fair food” and riding the carousel.
    Thanks for the giveaway! Can’t wait to see what the scrap busters are!

  305. Liz says:

    My hubby is taking me out to dinner at a fabulous Asian Bistro tomorrow night. I can.not. wait to fill up on sushi!

  306. Sara says:

    Hmm, all of my scrap uses are so conventional…maybe I’ll think of a new one this month.

    I’m on the don’t-eat-anything-exciting diet, so this weekend it’s hardboiled eggs, Wasa crackers, and sliced apples for pretty much every meal. Might make an apple pie for the family, though!

  307. Suzette says:

    Well, corn came in the CSA box yesterday so we will have that tonight while it is fresh. Then, who knows, a little Spanakopita with our apples and honey this weekend.

  308. Tina says:

    Scrap buster tutorials…..hmmm…….I wonder what I can come up with.

    I am making blueberry pie this weekend! I meant to make it last weekend, but that didn’t happen with birthday celebrations and other things. I’m using the recipe that Cook’s Illustrated had in one of their mags last year. It uses vodka in the crust! And partial fresh fruit, and partially jam that you make which cuts down on that watery quality that blueberry pie can tend to have. I can’t wait. Yummy!

  309. amanda says:

    I’m getting Thai takeout to nosh on with my mom!

  310. Bethany says:

    What I meant to say is they’re my daughter’s favorite…we’re having them for her birthday.

    Man, you’d think it was Monday or something 😛

  311. Bethany says:

    mmm…ribs…for my daughter’s favorite…and I like them a lot too!

  312. Becca says:

    My mom and I are heading up to the apple orchards in Oak Glen this weekend and will be canning away on Saturday the idea is Apple Butter and Apple Sauce. I love homemade Apple Sauce… I love that there are still actual chunks of apple and that you can add in all the cinnamon your little heart desires… but most of all I love how when you add it to a little puff pastry you have an instant apple turnover. YUM.

  313. Ashley Ann says:

    I want to have a breakfast feast: biscuits and gravy, bacon, pancakes, hashbrowns. Ok, I might have to cut a thing or two from the feast list. 😀

  314. Nellie says:

    I’ll be making apple pie with a gingerbread crust, with apples from our yard.

  315. Jenny says:

    We plan to make stuff from the lovely Fall apples that we have! Maybe a rustic tart. We also plan to celebrate Rosh Hashanah this weekend and make some challah bread Oh so yummy!

    🙂 So excited about scrap busting!!!!


  316. katie says:

    So looking forward to scrap busters month!

    I’m going to pull out the slow cooker and have some shredded beef chimis loaded with all the toppings. Yum!

  317. Jenny says:

    I’ll be making some hearty lentil soup and a loaf of bread to serve alongside. Its really yummy!

  318. Jessica C says:

    Pear Cake! There is a chill in the air here and that means fall! So from now until Winter we will be eating apples, pears, squash, and pumpkins! I can’t wait

  319. Annika says:

    This weekend, like most weekends, I’ll be roasting a chicken for my husband. I like to cut the chicken in half (since he’s the only family member who eats fowl) and freeze half for later in the week. I heat the oven to 425-450 with my big cast iron skillet on the rack. While that’s happening I rub the chicken with sea salt, black pepper, olive oil, and lemon juice, and place rosemary on top. When the oven’s hot, the bird goes into the pan along with some peeled cloves of garlic. 20-30 minutes (about 45 for a whole bird) and dinner is ready. Just add a vegetable and/or potatoes.

  320. Beth says:

    We’re having a dinner party with some old friends! Spaghetti squash noodles and alfredo sauce is on the menu!

  321. Nani says:

    we always love tacos in our house!

  322. Melissa says:

    I’ll be making chicken divan, my hubby’s favorite.

  323. judi says:

    It’s green chile night at our house!! I have so many good scrap buster projects but my camera is missing its cord so posting pictures would be pretty difficult. Maybe I can get my husband to post them with his blackberry.

  324. Sara says:

    I am taking a baking class, and we will be learning to make the perfect pie!

  325. Nani says:

    tacos are always a big hit in our house!

  326. amy says:

    Tomorrow is my birthday so I plan on having some chocolate peanut butter cake with chocolate peanut butter frosting–cupcakes would be good, too! I left the recipe out on the counter……
    Looking forward to scrap busting! Boy, do I have scraps!!

  327. Maya says:

    I plan on making two dishes. One is Apple Cider Brussels Sprouts and the other is Crispy Sesame Kale. I have decided to try these new recipes on veggies I would otherwise not eat.

  328. Misha says:

    We are taking our little ones to a local amusement park this weekend and will be having delicious cheese covered fries and probably funnel cakes as well! Yum! I like the new look, lovely!

  329. wendy says:

    I’m liking the new look… wtg!
    And can’t wait for scrap month, too.

    I’m making creme brulee tomorrow, and some roasted yam soup. Oh, how I love fall cooking!

  330. Mindy says:

    I plan to make homemade potato bread, and possibly some cinnamon rolls since this dough makes a huge amount. Yummy!

  331. Emily S says:

    My mom is visiting to help with my new baby, and she always cooks us up some deliciousness. Hopefully she’ll be making us some pesto salmon – yummy!

  332. Margaret says:

    How fun! I’m planning to make some fresh pizza dough, to be topped by my husband’s wonderful concoctions of homegrown veggies and homemade pesto!

  333. Johanna says:

    I loved the old look and I love the new look! And I am looking forward to a lot of new things to do with scraps, there are always so many of them 🙂
    Tonight I will make a quiche, only it won’t be with meat but with a lot of vegetables (so that everyone arround here including vegetarians can enjoy it!)

  334. N. Mali says:

    I love the new look! I’m not too creative to think of something original for my scraps, but I’ll give it a whirl. I’m 40+ weeks pregnant, just waiting for this kid to arrive, so my plan is to make a big batch of spaghetti sauce and some freezer meals from that – lasagna, stuffed shells, etc.

  335. Jackie Davis says:

    I thought this was a new look! (i usually just read the RSS feed which is text only). LOVE IT!

    I feel challeged to do a scap thingy!

    On Sunday, we’re going to a football get together and I am taking macaroni & cheese and chocolate chip cookies. As for the meals, not sure yet!


  336. Sarah says:

    This weekend I’m going to try my hand at granola – from this recipe at allrecipes – Can’t wait to see some scrap ideas, i have so many scraps!

  337. Sarah says:

    Salsa, salsa, and more salsa! Although I am getting some great ideas!

  338. Susan says:

    I’m looking forward to getting fresh handpicked raspberries at the farmer’s market this weekend. After eating far too many straight from the pint, we’ll probably make muffins, yum! 🙂

  339. Melanie Jo says:

    I am having friends over for oven-fried green tomato BLT’s, tomato basil pie, and lemon-orange pound cake. Together, we are saying goodbye to summer and making our wishes for fall.

  340. Shanti says:

    The fall produce started showing up in my Farmer’s Market this week, so I plan to have my first baked winter squash one day and brussels sprouts another.

  341. Lea-Ann says:

    I can’t wait for Scrap Busters Month! I’ve got an idea I’ve been playing around with! Maybe I can finally get it done!
    I am going to make parmesan crusted chicken with a shallot wine sauce. Well, I’m planning on that, but if I get lazy, I’m thinking Olive Garden might hit the spot!

  342. Tammy says:

    Enjoying the new look! 🙂

    I am planning on making applesauce this weekend! Yummy! I hope to get quite a bit put up!

  343. Tina says:

    Great to hear about your new changes! I look forward to hearing about new ways to use scraps.

    This weekend, I’ll be baking cupcakes for my daughter’s third birthday party.


  344. Rachel says:

    I baked a large ham. Since it’s just the hubby and me, there will be ham for days and days. So I guess there will be some potato cakes with ham very soon.

  345. Ellen says:

    We’re making the last cobbler of the season! I’m thinking a mix of cherry and black-berry. It’s our favorite!!!!!

  346. Georgi P. says:

    Looking forward to bustin’ some scraps. Making another batch of granola – it’s so easy! No cinnamon this time though, a dash of vanilla instead!

  347. are says:

    I’m going to make a big ol’ peach cobbler to use up the last of my peaches!

    Can’t wait for the stash busters!

  348. Mary H says:

    Ooh, a little bit of poached salmon is on the menu for the weekend! Yeah!

  349. emily says:

    ooh scrap busting, i’m doing some of that this weekend but as for cooking…i’ve just started making a HUGE pot of marinara sauce (family recipe AKA informed improvisation) it will cook all day and be fatured in a baby shower for my cousin on Sunday

  350. Karen says:

    I am making Italian Mushroom Stew–it has Italian sausage, mushrooms, green beans, tomatoes, onion, garlic. I serve it over rice. It will be great for a cool weekend.

  351. Corrie says:

    I love giveaways! I’m gonna make italian wedding soup with homemade turkey meatballs this weekend. Yummy!

  352. i will be making baked beans and cornbread on sunday. i’m super excited about the scrap-buster challenge.

  353. Emily says:

    We’ve had a little splash of cooler weather here in Houston. To celebrate fall coming (soon hopefully) I’m making ginger pumpkin muffins.

    I love the new look and can not wait for scrap busters month!

  354. Janet McG says:

    Mmmmm…Beer and BBQ. Give me time to think of a new project while Hubby is cooking.

  355. Amy says:

    We picked apples last weekend, and I have about half a bushel left. I have a crock pot of applesauce simmering, and my daughter and I will make apple cake with cream cheese frosting tomorrow morning.

  356. Zom says:

    Pupusas and Apples!!

  357. I plan on making Apple Cake in an Iron Skillet this weekend. I just came across the recipe and it sounds like a wonder fall dessert!

  358. megan says:

    on sunday the menu is:

    one of our home grown organic chickens roasted
    roasted red potatoes and cherry tomatoes with organic onion, garlic, and basil, all from our garden
    quinoa with squash and other fresh veggies from the garden
    and a really yummy gluten-dairy free dark chocolate brownie

  359. jacqui says:

    to celebrate this lovely fall weather we’re having i think i’ll be baking an apple pie this weekend! and definitely more peanut butter oatmeal chocolate chip cookies!

  360. Sarah says:

    Homemade pizza with feta and artichoke hearts. Yum!

  361. indywriter says:

    I’m heading to a “Country Fair” at my daughter school. So I plan to eat some fair food (no doubt I will eat more of it than I should too).

  362. Alisa says:

    Tomato soup with fresh tomatoes from the garden. Yum, yum!

  363. sara b says:

    The weekends are for the husband to bbq! Usually steak and fish with some corn on the cob, yummmmmmy.

  364. Heather says:

    I’m thinking of making some homemade chili. Just in time for the encroaching fall weather!

  365. christina says:

    My sweet boy is going to make me some homemade tomato sauce :)I’m hopin w. thin spaghetti!

  366. Jingle says:

    Lucky Charms. Just say’n. I’m pretty excited about it.

  367. Erica says:

    I’ll be trying to make the perfect pizza dough this weekend. Yummy!

    By the way, I love the look of your site.

  368. Katrina says:

    Scrap buster month is a great idea! And I can’t wait to eat Grecian Rice salad, which I’m bringing to a party where there will be plenty of other yummy items to eat!

  369. Meredith says:

    I’m planning on baking a coconut banana bread with lime glaze from the Cooking Light magazine. Yummy!

  370. sandyandcosmo says:

    I’m making a Cuban black bean soup topped with jalapeno jelly, grape tomatoes and sour cream. Sounds weird but it’s so good!

  371. Autumn says:

    I’m planning on going to a local winery tonight. They have the best champagne and cheese platters. I might even indulge in some seared ahi. YUMMM!

  372. Mandy says:

    Roast chicken, creamy mashed potatoes, and delightfully yummy french style green beans. Yumm!

  373. Beth Ellen says:

    I may spend time on Sunday making some fig jam. My huge fig tree is still (even with the birds feasting daily) full of ripe fruit. I just need to get up on the ladder and get my share!

  374. Hilda says:

    I’m definately planning on making a big batch of pancakes tomorrow morning. Yum!

  375. Krystina says:

    I’m really looking forward to October, I’ve really been wondering what on earth I will do with all my scraps.

    These comments are making me so hungry! This sunday we are having a brunch so I was going to make some yummy quiches– one will be a classic broccoli with swiss cheese, but the other I’m making with smoked sausage, red and green peppers, red onion and a little cheddar cheese. Can I “yum” my own recipe?

  376. Shannon F. says:

    I’m on a major white pizza kick: wheat crust and squash/red onions/tomatos.

  377. Kathy says:

    dear daughter and i are going to make marinara sauce to freeze before she heads back to college. i am going to miss her so much this year! hopefully little bits like this in the freezer (hers and ours) will make us feel closer together. *sigh*

  378. crystal says:

    I am headed to Olive Garden…yummy breadsticks. also I am excited for the scrap buster challenge.

  379. Diane says:

    Looking for a easy recipe for a pork loin I have in the freezer. Love nice Sunday dinners during football season!

  380. Jenn M says:

    I’m thinking of making some onion roasted potatoes.

  381. Kristine says:

    Scrap busters month is going to be great! This weekend I’m baking Sprinkles Cupcakes! Red velvet flavored! YUMMMMMMM

  382. coffeechris says:

    Really LIKE the new look – the colors are great. Fall seems like a great time for scrap busters … have to come up with a good one.

  383. Michelle says:

    Herb and lemon roasted chicken with rice and a tossed green salad. Homemade dressing for the salad.

  384. Natalija says:

    I am planning to make some stuffed red peppers (stuffed with some ground meat, rice and veggies – baked in tomato sauce, then before it’s done, some sour cream drizzled over it and baked to perfection). I have roasted, peeled, cleaned and frozen two large bags of red peppers, but I still look forward to the stuffed ones tommorrow =).

  385. Jill says:

    I plan on making huckleberry chocolate chip muffins to munch on all weekend! Love the new look!

  386. megelin says:

    this weekend, i plan on eating apples with honey! delicious. l’shana tovah everybody!

  387. Love the new design! And am so excited about the Scrap Buster Contest…really looking forward to that one.

    Also looking forward to eating some excellent local pizza tonight with some new friends. Yum!

  388. I’m planning on eating take-out …. again! We are renovating our kitchen, and we’re now going on 5 weeks without water. Yikes. There’s no end in sight, either, so I’m going to have to start getting used to the take-out!
    (If you could see my kitchen, you would see how silly this is, by the way. It’s about 4 feet by 8 feet. Tiny! I don’t know what it taking so long!)

  389. Lauree Myler says:

    love the new look… super excited about the scraps month and this weekend i am going to try and tackle mrs julia child’s boeuf bourguignon. wish me luck!

  390. Jen Walnuts says:

    I’m making chocolate cupcakes, because I love them and I deserve a special treat. Vanilla bean butter-cream frosting too. Yummy.

  391. Sally says:

    I plan on making some guacamole. We’re planning on watching some football at my sisters house & I’m bringing the dips & chips.

  392. Lorie says:

    I’m cooking a big ham and making green beans seasoned with bacon, and macaroni and cheese, per husband’s request. I plan on using ham leftover for some money-saving meals in the fall months to come.

  393. Veronica says:

    I’m thinking about making chicken enchiladas or chipotle chicken and rice.

  394. Leisel says:

    Cook? Who has time to cook? I have scraps to make into something FABULOUS!!!

  395. Jen V says:

    I am surrendering to cool nights & roasting my first chicken of the season with root vegetables & rosemary. I could wish for more summer except that I’ve been missing soups, roasts & pumpkin anything.

  396. Paula says:

    I’m going to try drying some of the delicious peaches I’ve received from generous friends–maybe even some peach leather? Mmmm mmmm!

  397. Elizabeth says:

    For some reason I have been so hungry for a pot of pinto beans, so I am making homemade tacos to wrap around them–and probably some salsa from a few glorious red garden tomatoes!

  398. Suzanne says:

    This weekend my dear husband and I will be purchasing our annual bushel of Hatch green chile! We will bag them and freeze them for the coming year. With some of them I will be making green chile chicken enchiladas for consumption this weekend as well as using them in scrambled eggs for breakfast on Sunday!

  399. Maggie says:

    I dig the new look! Tonight I have a date and I’m making shrimp scampi over pesto angel hair pasta, garlic bread, and white wine. Yummy!

  400. Heather says:

    I’m making a cookie dough cheesecake for a good friends birthday today! I’ve never made a cheesecake before though so I hope it turns out o.k.! 🙂

  401. Joy says:

    My family’s favorite easy meal will be on our table this weekend!
    Baked spinach tortellini! I cook the tortellini until almost done and mix it with a jar of the super chunky garden vegetable spaghetti sauce.
    I also mix in chopped broccoli and frozen vegetarian crumbles which resemble hamburger. Top with 6 cheese Italian blend and bake it til the cheese is brown. It’s all one pot, easy, fast and gives my family a load of vegetables!

  402. Dot says:

    Making pasta with shrimp & pesto (using last of basil in my herb garden pots). New look is quite the change—look forward to the tour when finished.

  403. liz says:

    My friend posted about a dutch baby last Sunday. It looked so good I have to make one for us this Sunday.

  404. Kathy says:

    I’m making a roast! The first one of this upcoming fall/winter season. Yum!

  405. Libby H says:

    beer can chicken on the grill. Thanks for the chance!

  406. Emilee says:

    I’m making my next week’s supply of whole wheat bread, granola, and 4 freezer meal versions of Chicken Broccoli casserole for a swap. Yum!

  407. Heather says:

    I’m heading down to San Antonio for the quilt show and I’m planning on eating one of San Antonio’s famous ginormous Cinnamon rolls for breakfast before the show. They’re usually about 8″ around, I’m not sure if I’ll finish it all 🙂

    I like the new look, I’m looking forward to the scrap challenge!

  408. Kristen says:

    Pie! Grape pie, specifically, because I am completely intrigued by the idea of cooking grape into a pie.

  409. Sarah says:

    I’m making Apple Crisp. I’m going apple picking on Saturday at the Indian Ladder Farms around Albany NY :). Besides the Apple Crisp I’ll be scarfing cider donuts 🙂 Have a nice weekend.

  410. Pamela says:

    It has been raining for 5 days straight!! I’m cheering me and my 4 year old up by making caramel apples!

  411. Sara says:

    I am thinking Indian food today. Something with nan and curry…still working out the specifics…Love the new look (linen on the sides, yes?)

  412. Heather says:

    Spicy Carolina Pulled Pork sandwiches and coleslaw…YUMMY!

  413. grace says:

    It is getting cooler here and I will make a nice hot bean soup!

  414. Amy Sp says:

    I plan on eating some yummy birthday cake this weekend for a special one-year-old 🙂

  415. Amanda says:

    oh, we are making tuna melts tonight with homemade bread and we are making teriyaki chicken in the crockpot to make fried rice! I’m excited for the weekend

  416. Deborah says:

    I’m making a big pot of chili and chicken & rice soup for my large family while visiting my mother. Should be a great weekend!!

  417. Jeannine says:

    I love the new look!

    I made up a HUGE batch of Italian Wedding Soup last night and plan on eating it all weekend as I have a house full of sickies..

  418. Brooke says:

    FFF –
    unfortunately i will only be eating soft stuff because of dental work so my poor family won’t be getting anything delicious – cuz i won’t be cooking it – HA! 🙂
    Have a good weekend!

  419. jody wenner says:

    Also love next months theme! So, i’m going to a BBQ this weekend and I’m thinking about making a carmel apple cake because it reminds me of fall.

  420. Stephanie says:

    Italian stew with sweet sausage and polenta. Thanks for the giveaway!

  421. Sarah Vee says:

    I’m planning to finally make an apple dumpling recipe I found this week!. Yum. Me! 🙂 Plus, the ‘usual’ Sunday morning waffles. I like to eat and on weekends we get yummy breakfasts. After sleeping in and some nice dark coffee, of course!

  422. Ellen says:

    The new layout is great! Hm, I’m planning on making cinnamon rolls sometime this weekend.

  423. Stella says:

    Love the new look! It’s been rainy where we are at and so we plan to cook a nice, warm thick stew with lamb cubes, our own home grown carrots, and potatoes! Yum!

  424. Candice says:

    Sounds like lots of great stuff coming up! This weekend Chicken Tortilla Soup in on the menu (my favorite!). If you’re interested, I posted the recipe on my blog (mid-August)!

  425. Amy Hodge says:

    Scrap Busters month sounds so great! I have to admit that I have pretty much given up on cooking lately, but I plan on eating lots of fresh fruits from the farmers’ market this weekend! 😉

  426. Sam says:

    I like the spiffy new blog look. 🙂

  427. Elizabeth says:

    I’m planning on making smitten kitchen’s snicker doodles, some white batter bread and some yummy walnut and parsley pasta this weekend!

  428. alisha says:

    I’m excited about scrap buster month! As for FFF, I’ve been baking for several hours for a bake sale tomorrow, so I’ve made several tasty things. I’m most looking forward to the sweet potato bread. Of course, I have to sample it before the bake sale. 🙂

  429. Emily Thom says:

    It is getting chilly here in Minnesota, so I’m thinking soup. Chicken wild rice soup, homemade bread and maybe some pumpkin cookies?

  430. Erin Hibshman says:

    Love the new look, and I love the patterns that I just got in the mail yesterday! This weekend I am planning on baking apple cake and apple challah – the apples around here in PA are FABULOUS!

  431. cyberprincess says:

    new look?
    what’s more important is content…
    keep up the good work!

  432. Jennifer says:

    scrap busting tutorial…i’ll have to think about that one, although i’m really using my scraps lately in mini quilts.

    this weekend, i plan on cooking up something yummy for my household with whatever veggies and cheeses i buy tomorrow from the farmer’s market. maybe a chunky soup and a crusty bread for sunday’s supper. next weekend…i’m cooking up a storm for my son’s birthday party to include sea life shaped tea sandwiches and a cake that looks like a sand castle to as a goodbye to summer.

  433. Lisa says:

    Love the new look!

    This weekend, the plan is for jambalaya.. yum!

  434. marisa says:

    The new look is great. We’re having some BBQ this weekend!

  435. Annette says:

    Ooo, cooking for this weekend? My favorite activity on fall days. My plan is to fire up the wood cook stove (no pun intended), and make some chicken ‘n rice soup and bake bread. Once the stove it hot, all sorts of other goodies will be prepared for the upcoming week.

    Love me some warm stove on a cool day!

  436. Joy says:

    I’m excited for scrapbusters! Maybe i can clean out my craft closet!!! I’m making stuffed peppers this weekend – Paula Deen style. yum!!

  437. anita says:

    I’ll probably be finishing up the ripe peaches. I just rejoined weight watchers to lose those pesky 10 pounds that just won’t go away. So this is about as delicious as it gets for me right now.

  438. Heather B says:

    It’s gotten a bit cooler here, so I plan on making black bean soup for this evening with a tortilla pie. Something warm, cozy, simple & yummy!

  439. Lee says:

    This weekend we will be eating some homemade chili with rice and cheddar cheese sprinkled on top (if i remember to get the meat out of the freezer!) Maybe homemade buttermilk biscuits if I have the time. Since our BBQ/Grilling days are probably numbered a couple of steaks sauteed mushrooms, roasted potatoes & a veggie will be consumed too! umm umm!
    look forward to readying the stash buster ideas, i could use a few.

  440. Kelli says:

    First off–LOVE the new look! I came over yesterday to post something in the forums and thought WOW!!! As far as delicious eating goes–I got some peaches and apples on sale (gotta love that in between season time) and was thinking about making some fried pies of each!

  441. Sally says:

    Oh, I can’t wait to see all the tutorials! I may even have to try my hand at doing one.

    Love the new digs!

  442. Tina says:

    Pear Strudel! I have a basket of pears picked from a friend’s tree waiting at home to be turned into a delicious strudel and maybe while I’m at it I can can a few jars as well.

  443. Sharon says:

    White Chocolate Ice Cream from “The Perfect Scoop.” Mmmmmmmm….

  444. Robin says:

    This weekend our family will be feasting on an Ultimate Chocolate Layered Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Birthday Cake (recipe found on Picky Palate blog) I made for my stepson’s birthday today. Cream cheese icing, peanut butter, chocolate cake (lots of chocolate!), peanut butter cups. It looks delicious and everyone in the family is ready to have a slice this afternoon!

  445. susie says:

    Hi. We’re going to eat an oven pancake with blackberries and bananas or peaches on it for Saturday breakfast. Then we’re heading out to the farmer’s market to bag some veggies to grill, and I’m going to put basil butter on those. On Sunday, I’ll probably make chicken and dumplings. Have a lovely weekend!

  446. Ann Dilcher says:

    Just got two great cookbooks from the library! But this weekend I think I will try an applesauce pie.

  447. Elizabeth says:

    I’m planning on making some pumpkin zucchini bread tonight. Love the new look by the way!

  448. Tamera says:

    I cant wait to take this scraptastic challenge! Anyways, We plan on cooking our family’s recipe for enchiladas this weekend. It’s a ‘everyone in the family needs to do something’ type of event whether your cooking the chicken, making guacamole, cutting vegetables, grating cheese, heating tortillas, etc.

  449. Tracy M says:

    Scrap month sounds like fun! As for the something delicious to eat this weekend, my girlfriends and I are getting together to try our hand at making Bakerella’s cake pops while our husbands spend a guy’s night out playing frisbee golf.

  450. Kolleen says:

    We’re going to try Pioneer Woman’s caramel apple cinnamon rolls! The local orchard is open, it’s Homecoming and we finally have summer weather! But these sound so yummy, we’re going to whip up a pot of chili to serve with them (sound like school lunch to anyone?.

  451. Christine says:

    We are having a lot of eggplant in the garden ripen up..finally. I’m going to roast some and make a quiche with some of it.

  452. Shannah says:

    Yay! It’s FFF again!

    This weekend I plan to go to a local all-vegan restaurant. I’m not vegan, only vegetarian, but it is sooo good! I will, for sure, have a chocolate cupcake there. 😉

    I really like the new look (ready for the tour!), and can’t wait to see everyone’s tutorials.

  453. Java Jane says:

    New cooking method: there is a turkey breast in my slow cooker. The plan is to have panani sandwiches with sliced turkey, tomato, cheese and red onion.

    Thanks again for letting us all know about IBOL–reading the updates on Art’s blog have brought great joy to my life. It is wonderful how the sewing and knitting community have joined hands to promote peace.


  454. Becca says:

    I plan on eating Red Lobster this weekend. My mom’s birthday is coming up and I still owe her dinner from Mother’s day back in the spring. I’m getting that checked off tomorrow. :-).

  455. molly says:

    fun contest! i will be baking a choc. birthday cake this weekend for my brother….

  456. Melissa says:

    I love a good crock pot meal after church! We usually just throw a bunch of things in, turn it on, go to church, and come home and enjoy! It’s fast, easy, and finished when you need it.

  457. Nicole says:

    Great new look! We’ll be enjoying a yummy homemade stuffed crust pizza – it’s a weekend tradition here in our home! Have a lovely weekend 🙂

  458. sequink says:

    Website looks great!

    I have all the fixings for roasted chicken with potatoes (fresh from the garden) and garlic. With a garden tomato salad – yum. Or maybe homemade mac and cheese,… The weather is turning a bit here, obviously!

  459. Desiree says:

    Love, love, love the new look. I plan on cooking up some eggs with salsa & toast. yum, a warm breakfast on a cool morning.

  460. Sarah Wickett says:

    I’m going to cook pulled pork in the crock pot. Yum!

  461. Christine says:

    I am training for the Chicago marathon and Saturday is my longest run yet of the season, 20 miles! I plan on drinking a chocolate malted milkshake when I am through. And I’m making grilled tuna tacos for dinner but I am more excited about that milkshake. *laugh*

  462. Cecily says:

    I’ve been toying around with weekend dessert ideas, and I am very tempted to make macaroons dipped in chocolate.

  463. carrie says:

    I’m making these with the apples we picked ourselves last weekend. The joys of living in apple country!

  464. lahuitrefrite says:

    Lotsa cooking going on this weekend. Lasagne and foccaccia for a friend’s mother’s visit, and coconut cake for another friend’s mother’s 95th birthday party tomorrow. My mother will be at both dinners–a weekend for mothers!

    Looking forward to the scrap projects!


  465. Lisa says:

    Looking forward to the scrap buster ideas! This weekend I plan to pull out our new deep dish pizza pans and my new pizza cookbook and make some delicious homemade pizza! Always great family fun and great time spent together.

  466. Deanna says:

    Weekend Cooking: when good bread went above $4 a loaf, it was time to learn to make bread. I have made basically all of our bread for over a year now and the whole family gets very happy when they smell that magical smell. Fresh bread–yum!

  467. amy says:

    We’re going to need to replenish our homemade granola bar jar this weekend…always made with chocolate chips.

  468. Sarah Jane says:

    I’m making a key lime cheesecake this weekend. One last taste of summer.

  469. Leanna says:

    I am quite tempted to make the apple skillet cake over on Pioneer Woman! It is calling my name!

  470. Sarah E. says:

    Love the new look!!! We’re making some yummy lasagna tomorrow! 🙂

  471. Katie Mitchell says:

    Love the new look! I am going to be making beef burgers this weekend and our family’s favorite granola bar recipe.

  472. Becky says:

    I cannot WAIT for Scrapbusters Month. It will be just in time to get a head start on Christmas. Yay! Bring ‘er on!!

  473. Well, this weekend I’m sworn to my diet, but last weekend, we munched on mini tacos while watching the True Blood finale, followed up by “Not Yo Mama’s Banana Pudding” (Paula Deen recipe) for dessert. It was pretty fantastic.

  474. katie says:

    this is such a great idea! Who doesn’t have a million scraps laying around!?!

  475. Stacy says:

    I’m so excited about scrap busters month. I seem to have more scraps hanging about than I used to!

    This weekend will probably see us having some yummy chicken quesadillas – making the shells at home makes them extra good. For dessert, it will probably be peach cobbler or brownies. It depends on how much I’m craving chocolate that day. 🙂

  476. Ann says:

    I am going to make Michelle Obama’s recipe for apple cobbler with apples from a neighbor’s tree. My husband’s response after I made it the first time was “Wow!” It’s that good.

  477. Dawn G says:

    Well, I just bought a big bag of peanut m&m’s so I plan on eating those 🙂 My girls have been asking for broccoli soup so that’s what I’m planning on making.

  478. janet says:

    since the weather’s cool down, i’ve been dreaming about making some soups. Maybe a curried red lentil or corn chowder. I’m especially excited about a potato and leek possibility!

  479. Jannette says:

    Our something delicious this weekend…? The last few apples from our allotment tree, blackberries from the allotment as well, and 6 small hands to mix the butter and flour: apple/blackberry crumble it will be!

  480. Amy says:

    I plan on making an apple pie this weekend after we go apple picking! The new look is nice. I am looking forward to October’s scrap busters and will try to think of some new ideas!

  481. christine says:

    i will be making chicken panang and serving it over rice. it is a very spicy thai dish with chicken, coconut milk, panang curry, a little fish sauce, thai basil, lemon juice, carrots, onions, red or green peppers and green beans. i will post the recipe with pictures on my blog later this weekend.

  482. Susanna says:

    I plan on eating some of the last tomatoes from my garden… mmm…

  483. Katie says:

    I’m so excited for Scrap Busters month. I haven’t created too many tutorials, but I’m really hoping I can come up with one. First I have to think of something!

    It’s just starting to get Fall-ish around here, so this weekend I’m hoping to make a big pot of chili and the Corn Bread from Bread Baker’s Apprentice to go with it. (I’m way behind on The Bread Baker’s Apprentice Challenge.)

  484. Water Works says:

    This is my weekend to replenish the homemade snacks! Muffins, granola bars, and cookies for lunchboxes. I love making them myself and knowing what’s going inside my kids’ bellies. I will also find time to finish the new sheets for the cradle (only 5 weeks to go!) and some early Christmas gifts…pajama pants, of course!

  485. karineyh says:

    A cherry pie with locally grown caribbean cherries. YUM!

  486. Amanda says:

    Hmmmm Friday dinner….mexican corn chowder with some homemade crusty bread. Hello fall!

  487. susan says:

    I’ll be making knock-off Macaroni Grill Bread to go with salad this weekend

    I love, love scrap busting but unfortunately I don’t have a blog. I’m looking forward to the links though!

  488. Pipany says:

    Love the new look and looking forward to seeing more. This weekend we will be cooking and eating one of our home grown hens (!) with tarragon, apple and cider sauce followed by tarte tatin made from our own apples…yum x

  489. Linda says:

    Plan to cook fresh kale with a little ham and to bake sweet potatoes. We eat simple things at my house! Love the new look of your blog and can’t wait for October inspirations from your site. Thanks!

  490. Margie says:

    I’ve got to get my ideas churning for scrap month! I love the new look.
    This weekend I’m cooking a big pot of chili. It getting cooler here & I’ve been so hungry for chili.I will go to my garden & pick a few tomatoes to put in the chili. I will make cornmeal muffins to go with it. My kids love that. I’ve been thinking that I would also bake a batch of oatmeal raisin cookies or maybe peanut butter ones-not sure yet.

  491. michele says:

    i love your new look and really excited about scrapbuster month too. i just made homemade spaghetti sauce last week and cant wait to make some pasta and try it out.

  492. 2hippos says:

    The new look is great and I can’t wait for ScrapBusters! It’s Rosh Hashanah (Jewish new year) this weekend, so I’ll be eating lots of apples and honey and other delicious food.

  493. Samantha says:

    It’s starting to feel fallish around here, so we’ll be making some of my great-grandmother’s chili!

  494. April says:

    What’s so delicious about this weekend? That I won’t be cooking AT ALL! Friday will bring a planned nice dinner out, and Saturday is the final outdoor craft/music/food fest that my city has for the year.

    OK, maybe I’ll throw a little something in the oven on Sunday. We’ll see.

  495. Celeste says:

    I am grilling hot dogs! Yeah, I know. Not fancy or delicious! But this way I have more time to quilt!!!!

  496. ~Heather says:

    Gonna whip up some tamari cashews and sweet glazed walnuts for week-long snacking… The new look to the site is super! ~H

  497. ~Heather says:

    Gonna whip up some tamari cashews and sweet glazed walnuts for week-long snacking. The new look to the site is super! ~H

  498. Linda says:

    This weekend, I’m planning on eating some yummy breakfast (probably eggs and bacon) at my favorite “greasy spoon” here in town—-a treat I don’t allow myself very often!!

  499. Courtney says:

    I’m going to try to bake some mini molten chocolate cakes this weekend. Can’t wait to see what I can do with my scraps.

  500. Morgan says:

    Mmm…having chicken lasagna this weekend, which is code for cheesy cheesy goodness. 🙂

  501. Michelle S says:

    Looking forward to all the tutorials next month and also looking forward to making pumpkin pie this weekend. I am already in the mood for fall!

  502. Emily K says:

    We’re really starting to feel fall here in the Mid-Atlantic region… So I’m making the quienssential fall food-chili!

  503. SparklePetal says:

    Everything’s looking very smart round here! This weekend I’ll be making pork and apple casserole with potato-and-swede mash for me, my husband and our baby. She loves the sweet and savoury tastes in this meal, just like her mum! That reminds me to go get the pork out of the freezer…

  504. Bethany says:

    We hope to be eating calzones for dinner tonight. My daughter has been asking for them for a couple of weeks, but our oven has been broken and was just replaced this week. Thanks for the great giveaway. And I look forward to the Scrap Buster month.

  505. kelly jo says:

    I love the new site and I’m already trying to plan a scrap buster project! As for this weekend – it’s homemade pizza night, ham and pineapple as always! If I’m feeling up to it, it will be grilled pizza night!

  506. gonzomama says:

    i will be making and then devouring peach pie with an all butter crust. yum!

    can’t wait to see more changes. looks great!

  507. Kate says:

    I’m cooking beans, cornbread and mac’n’cheese for a BBQ tonight. The mac’n’cheese recipe comes from the Neely’s on Food Network and it is beyond yummy!

    Also can’t wait for Scrap Busters!

  508. Sarah G says:

    The menu: Chicken with 20 cloves of garlic, baby red potatoes and carrots, followed by tirimisu for dessert!

  509. Sandy says:

    Super easy chicken enchiladas to gorge on while watching all day football on Sunday.

  510. Melanie says:

    I’m going to be making a very yummy veggie quiche for Sunday morning breakfast!

  511. Karen Utley says:

    I’m going to be moving my DD to college this weekend, but before I head off I will bake a batch of high protein/fiber muffins adapted from a recipe I found online for pancakes. Their little jewels that you can eat without guilt. Seriously.

  512. April says:

    I can’t wait to see the entries for the contest! It will be great to learn more ideas to use up my scraps…except for the ones I am saving to do a scrap quilt..

    Not sure what we are eating this weekend. My hubby wanted hamburgers so I bet we cook that sometime this weekend. I may make cinnamon rolls….YUM!

  513. Anya T. says:

    This is apple season, so an apple crisp is in the plans for the weekend. Thanks for the chance.

  514. jennsquared says:

    I’m going to the BigE so I’m very excited about eating the funnel cake, baked potatoes and all the fair food!!!! Don’t know what BigE is?

  515. Lise says:

    This weekend, we’re likely to eat a lot of take-out, as we’ll be cooking all weekend, but not to eat now–we’re canning corn relish, tomato sauce, salsa, ketchup, and pears. It’s crunch time, for those of us who eat locally.

  516. Kaye Prince says:

    Since tomorrow is Rosh Hashanah there will be lots of good things to eat. I am not Jewish, but my boyfriend is and so we’re heading to his parents place for some good eats! I am planning on try out Martha’s recipe for honey and apple challah which was in last months issue of Martha Stewart Living. Alex’s Mum is also a great cook and while I don’t know what we’re having for dinner, I know that it will be great!

  517. Jennifer says:

    tonight I’m making overnight cinnamon rolls…yum 🙂

  518. Dru says:

    Hmmm…I’ll be cooking up a batch of ‘tomato junk’ to use up the plum tomatoes in my garden. It’ll go into the freezer to be used in recipes this winter.

  519. Kim says:

    It is getting fall like here in New England. I think I will make a yummy chicken pot pie tonight and order sushi for saturday.

  520. brandy says:

    Fair food! Our town is having the local agricultural fair and I can’t wait! Also, there’ll be mustard greens and a roast on Sunday! MMMMM……

  521. amber says:

    I’ve got a few blueberries and a couple bananas in the freezer, so I will be making this blueberry-banana bread recipe again.

    Pretty soon I’ll be up to my elbows in apples, so this might be my last chance to use fresh blueberries!

    Now I am off to think about new scrap ideas!!

  522. Pennysue says:

    Thank you for making the history more easily accessible. I am really looking forward to October as I have a lot of scraps to use up. As far as something delicious; I am making homemade lasagna with fresh homemade french bread and some sweet corn fresh from the garden (hubby put in a late fall crop, it’s delicious!). It will be a great meal! Have a great weekend and thank you for all your hard work! Blessings!

  523. Jane says:

    A yummy apple crisp with fresh new apples from North Carolina!

  524. Joy says:

    I plan on eating at my favorite Mexican Restaurant! Chips and salsa and more. . .

  525. Heather C says:

    Can’t wait til Scrap Busters month. The fam and I will be eating homemade pizza this weekend. YUM!

  526. Tina Mackey says:

    It’s cold and rainy around here so I’m thinking some chili or hot soup is in order!

  527. Lori says:

    Mint Oreo truffles are on the menu tonight!

  528. Megan says:

    Oh yay! Looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with!

  529. Cindy says:

    We’re attending our niece’s wedding this weekend and will eating some delicious wedding cake!

  530. Elizabeth says:

    A rainy fall weekend means we’re planning on making some chili this weekend. Can’t wait for it or all those scrap busting projects. Come on, October!

  531. Greeblygreebly says:

    Just got a bag of instant masa last night and I am going to make tamales this weekend, yum!

  532. Yaneth says:

    My MIL is a GREAT cook and this weekend we’re planning on making “carnes en su jugo” translated: Meats in their juices (sounds awful but its sooooo tasty!). Its basically thinly sliced meat sauteed, with the addition of carmelized pearl onions, crispy bacon, pinto beans and cilantro. I don’t know why but I’m already salivating! Can’t wait!!

  533. Rachael says:

    This week I’m making a spinach and feta frittata with roasted, herb crusted tomatoes on the side.

  534. Katie B says:

    I can’t wait to see the projects for Scrap Busters Month!

    On the menu tonight: Barbecue Chicken Pizza.

  535. Stacy says:

    I’m making some chocolate chocolate chip cookies for my mom this weekend!

  536. Michelle says:

    I’m going to marinate a flank steak overnight, then have my hubby grill it on a charcoal grill, and serve it with fresh veggies from the farmer’s market.

  537. Tricia L. says:

    Awesome contest! I don’t have a large stash to bust though.

    This weekend I plan on eating some yummy Panera bread and maybe some sushi.

  538. Grace says:

    I like the new look! Just in time for fall.. which means its time to bake the first pumpkin pie of the season this weekend.

  539. Concha says:

    Mmmm… since it’s started to rain here in Lisbon, I guess I’m stay home and bake (and sew of course). maybe some cookies from the M.S. Baking book?

    Happy weekend to you! 🙂

  540. Caroline says:

    I love to make more blueberry bread this weekend! I like the new look!

  541. kelly says:

    The blog looks great! Excited to see what else is in store.

  542. Kate says:

    Sunday Supper chez Houston this weekend will consist of Texas Chili (with fresh ingredients from the organic Sunday market) and crusty bread. If we can’t watch football over here, at least we can channel the spirit of it!!

  543. Donna Samuelson says:

    My husband (the cook of the family) made homemade marinara sauce from our home grown tomatoes. Can’t wait to taste it!

  544. AmyP says:

    I love the new look, especially the fabric background image!
    I’m planning on making homemade, wholewheat pizza this weekend – yum!

  545. Meredith says:

    Oh yay! I really really really NEED to do something about the 3 totes I have of scraps! I even have Ideas. (whew!)
    This whole week has been delicious cooking, Monday it was peanut butter fudge in my mother in law’s recipe. Tues was Tapioca Pudding. Wednesday was homemade cheese enchilada’s, Thursday was 2 kinds of bread, my normal GF bread and GF raisin bread (in which I accidentally added orange essence instead of vanilla and it was a delicious mistake). This weekend we’re having a cookout at a friends house and they’ve requested my egg rolls. This means I need to get to dicing and chopping and get about 150 egg rolls made for them to fry up!

  546. Lisa McKelvey says:

    I can’t wait for scrap busters. Maybe I can get rid of some of the scarp fabric I have laying around! I plan on making some raspberry peach jam this weekend. It is so yummy!

  547. nichole says:

    i like the new look!
    i’m hoping to make some chicken & tortellini soup this weekend with our fresh produce from our CSA. yay! 🙂

  548. Terri says:

    I’m really excited to make my friend’s recipe for zucchini squash fajitas. I’ve never cooked paddy pan squash before and I got some in my organic delivery box this week.

  549. Beth says:

    OOHHH…I have so much on my to do list right now, but this sounds fun!

  550. Beth says:

    Elizabeth at Oh, Frannson! has a great small scrappy quilt she should enter!! Since it’s my birthday, we are having shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce this weekend!

  551. Lynne in NC says:

    Nice new look. thanks for the upcoming month of ideas, too.
    We’re having Morrocan Chicken in the slow cooker.

  552. Leandre says:

    MMMMM, it’s fall festival weekend here in northern VT, so we’ll be eating LOTS of fresh apples, cider donuts and cider. I can’t get enough! (Oh, and apple pie made with our pickings!)

  553. Shawna says:

    The new look threw me off at first, I had to check that I really was on sew mama sew! I was going to make a delicious roast beef dinner this weekend, but I forgot to buy roast beef so….we are having hot dogs tomorrow night! Probably frozen pizza on Sunday. Oh, I know, I am making Cream Cheese Potato Soup on Saturday.

  554. katie says:

    I’m really bad about buying tofu, meaning to eat it, and then it sits in my fridge for ages and I eventually have to toss it. I’m on a quest to actually use it this weekend- I think I’ll prepare it with eggplant and attempt an Asian-garlic sauce to go with. Great new look!

  555. Rachael says:

    Oooooh scraps, my scrap bin is overflowing, I can’t wait!

    This weekend I’m wrapping pear slices in proscuitto and broiling then serving on a bed of baby greens with dried cranberries, walnuts, herbed feta, and thinly sliced red bell peppers. Yum!

  556. Lael says:

    Zucanoes! Baked zucchini with bread crumbs and cheese!

  557. Megan S. says:

    Well, since I just recently moved to France there are an endless number of delicious things I may eat this weekend! I love the fresh baguettes everyday and the delectable tarts. I may try reading my new French cookies cookbook and make something sweet! Or, I may just walk to the patisserie!

  558. Love Love Love the new look! and YEY cause I voted for scrap busters! In preparation for said month, I plan on cleaning up my studio this weekend so I can get to the sewing machine… many little things to make…And a quilt to bind… and an outfit for a wedding in 3 weeks… I need to stay home from work so I can get all this play done!

  559. alison c says:

    I’ve just gotten the hummingbird bakery cook book and it klooks fantastic – can’t wait to try the raspberry cheesecake brownie recipe – it looks so good!

  560. Andi says:

    This week-end I am making a batch of mustard pickles to use up some of the cucumbers that are growing profusely in my garden. I am sure I will also be eating a lot of cucumber salads & sandwiches – we’ve had frost the past two mornings so I need to enjoy them while I can. Can’t wait to hear all the scrap-busting ideas!

  561. Alice S says:

    We are headed to the beach for a week so I don’t plan to cook much, but to eat some really good seafood. 🙂

  562. Junglewife says:

    Mmmm. I plan on making chocolate caramel crackers – simple ingredients: saltine crackers, butter, brown sugar, and chocolate… AWESOME taste!!!

  563. Anna says:

    I’m going to be making chocolate muffins with feta cheese in them this weekend! Divine!

  564. Isobel says:

    I made a fruit cake last night. I am looking forward to spending the weekend in Snowdonia walking and eating fruit cake – perfect for cold wet walks in Wales. It’s got all kinds of good things in it: almonds, raisins, currants, sultanas and best of all, glace cherries.

  565. I so need to think of something to get shot of these bags of scraps. and we are having left-overs (food scraps!) for dinner, last nights pasta mixed with some spinach and onion, then add to 6 eggs and a dash of milk, bake like a quiche until cooked all through – don’t knock it until you try it.

  566. Denise says:

    I will be making wheat tortillas. We love homemade ones!! Now we just have to figure out what to put in them

  567. Julia says:

    So excited about Scrap Busters month too!

    I’m going to be staying at a B&B this weekend so I’m looking forward to a nice, relaxing breakfast cooked by someone else!

  568. trashalou says:

    Cooking? Sweet potato and chickpea curry. Eating? Whatever delight my eight year old boy decides he will be creating this weekend.

  569. Hannah says:

    It’s my boyfriend’s birthday on Saturday, and I asked him what he wanted to have for dinner – so we’ll be eating tofu chilli burritos with sour cream, followed by birthday lemon drizzle cake!

  570. Sade says:

    Sadly I don’t have enough scraps to make anything yet. So I’ll have to pass on the tutorial.

    I do plan on baking a yummy lemon “1-2-3” yogurt spongecake, and of course eat some of it!

  571. Erica says:

    I plan on eating tri-tip sandwiches this weekend. Yum.

  572. I plan on using up the last of my courgettes in a wonderful cake. Sounds weird tastes fantastic!

    I would love to do a scrap busters tutorial, but as I Am very much at the beginning stages it is a case of watching everyone elses while I build up my scraps!


  573. Sue says:

    Love the new look.
    Chorizo sausage sliced, tin of 4 bean mix, red onion, tin of tomatoes, crushed garlic to taste. Cook onion, garlic and sausage, add beans and tomato and cook until liquid reduces.
    Serve with crusty bread, a great Saturday lunch.

  574. Katie says:

    Ooooh!! Scrapbusters month! I’m loving it! Maybe I can get my act together and post something fabulous…

    And I plan to make delicious Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. mmm…no better way to kick off the fall season.

  575. Trish says:

    The new look is fab and it’s easier to find things. Curious as to what everybody is going to make with their scraps too.

    I’m going to make something called an impossible pie. When it’s baked the mixture forms a pastry shell, egg custard filling and coconut topping but it’s all mixed up together in the same bowl! It’s a recipe that my mum found. Neither of us has cooked it yet. It might be nice or it might be a flop-who knows? I will show it, and the recipe on my blog when it’s made;-) Happy cooking/eating everybody. x

  576. Juliette R. says:

    It’s fall and the weather is already getting quite chilly here. We’ll be enjoying some roasted rosemary beets to help warm us up this weekend!

    Really liking all the newness so far – can’t wait to see it all!

  577. heather says:

    On sunday we are making carne asada. The best type of meat out there. I’m so excited.

  578. Tam Bell says:

    Great new look! I’m planning on pancakes with fresh strawberies!

  579. Susie Mac says:

    Very cool design! So easy to move around in. WHoo-hoo!

  580. Sarah J says:

    I love the new look, and I am REALLY excited about Scrap Busters month.

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