Seasonal Potluck – Link your recipes!

It’s here! Thank you so much for your interest in our Seasonal Potluck. You can find the rules on our intro post HERE. We are very excited to see and share your recipes. Please use the link below to post your recipes to share.  Make sure to check out what others are making – there are some great recipes!





August – PEACHES and CORN – still featuring two ingredients!

September – APPLES and TOMATOES

October – PUMPKIN


December – PEARS

January – LEMONS


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16 Responses to Seasonal Potluck – Link your recipes!

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  4. What a lovely roundup! Thanks for stopping by my blog and recommending that I link up. I love this concept and can’t wait to check out the links.
    I shared a recipe for Zucchini Banana Bread. It’s a great way to use seasonal zucchini while using up some of your browning bananas!

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  10. Rivki Locker says:

    I shared a recipe for roasted peaches. It’s a simple way to enjoy this seasonal fruit.

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  15. I think eating locally improves our cooking skills – you have to try new recipes and cooking techniques and use ingredients you may not have used otherwise. It’s a great excuse to get creative and improve nutrition.

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