Thursday, November 14, 2013

Friday Food Frenzy


Close to Home ,Mostly Food and Crafts and  Adventures in All Things Food would like to welcome you to another FRIDAY FOOD FRENZY where we come share our best recipes and browse others for some great and often easy recipes to try at home.  How many times do you hear "What's for dinner?" Surprise them with a tasty recipe you found on Friday Food Frenzy. 

Outside of following the hostesses, we would just love for you to link up a tried and true recipe of your choice. Each week we will feature up to three recipes so be sure to stick around and click on your favorites. The featured recipes will also be pinned to our Friday Food Frenzy Pinterest Board. Be sure to tell your friends we are cooking up a storm this Friday and to join the party.  Remeber by linking up here your reallylinking up to 3 different sites! Thanks again for stopping by and either sharing your recipe or viewing recipes from other talented cooks.

 Please visit the three recipes in the linky that are listed as HOST.  We really appreciate your visit.

Our features from last week are:


The Juiciest Turkey Recipe from The Kids are Grown, Now What? 

Our second featured recipe comes from Juggling Food, Family & Chaos  What a fun idea to put out for the kids (or the grown kids) at the Thanksgiving table or really aytime.

sea salt sweet potatoes

Our last Thanksgiving side dish is from oneof our hostesses, Staying Close to Home,  Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Sea Salt.  The recipe includes Maple syrup and you can eat them right out of the oven or room temperature.  

Everything looked amazing last week as always. Thanks again for linking up your wonderful recipes this week.



  1. Loooooooooooooooooooooooooooove the fruit turkey! :-)
    Thanks for hosting!
    ~Stacy @ Stacy Makes Cents

  2. Thanks for hosting, Danielle! The sea salt sweet potatoes look good. :)

  3. Great post my mouth is literally watering I think its time to cook dinner!!

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  4. I'll take a big plate of those roasted sweet potatoes! My favorite. :)


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