The Season With Spice Giveaway is officially OVER! Thank you all so much for entering and spreading the word about the giveaway. I wish I could give all of you prizes, but I had to pick just two lucky winners. More on that in a minute.
First, just to torture you, I’d like to do our regular Food Friday recipe round-up.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Bacon Soup from Damn Delicious.
Wow, this was amazing. Am I the only one who sometimes picks a recipe thinking maybe they won’t like it? No? Okay. Well, I chose this to try something that is still very new to me (the butternut squash), and I could not be happier! This is packed with flavor! I wish I could pipe the smell of everything roasting through your computers, because it was drool-inducing. The bacon adds a wonderful smokey flavor, and the goat cheese adds a fantastic tang.
Chicken Ramen Noodle Pot Pie from Geoffrey Zakarian via Food Network.
This a comfort food favorite, and this is by far the best chicken pot pie I’ve had. I love how simple but delicious it is, and it’s adaptable. The first time I made it, I followed the recipe exactly, and loved it. This time I used leftover turkey I had, and crescent roll dough for the top instead of pie dough. Still just as delicious. I also added a sprinkle of Everything Bagel Seasoning to the crust (so yummy!).
White Pizza Grilled Cheese from Thrifty Frugal Mom.
These were gooey, melty, cheesy goodness, and they taste just like a white pizza. A word of advice: the longer you let the cheese mixture sit before making these, the more garlicky they get. I mixed mine up and then didn’t make the sandwiches for two days, and there was a distinct garlic punch in every bite. I loved it, but if you don’t love garlic as much as I do, don’t let it sit that long.
Crockpot Pierogi Casserole with Kielbasa from Daily DIY Life.
I made my own pierogies for this (using this recipe from Innocent Delight), and I am never going back! They are a little time consuming, but they aren’t hard to make, and it was a fun project for the hubs and I. He rolled and cut the dough, and I filled and closed. I think once we got started, dinner was ready in an hour and it was worth it! Homemade pierogies are amazing, and this sauce is absolutely delicious. I didn’t end up making this in the crock pot though. I just make the sauce in a pan and poured it over the top of the cooked pierogies and kielbasa.
On to the giveaway winners!
Thanks again everyone who entered. The two lucky winner are:
I’ll be e-mailing you both soon with your codes. Happy shopping!
That’s all for this Food Friday! Thanks again for entering and sharing the giveaway. I hope you’ll all send some business Season With Spice’s way. They’re a wonderful small business that puts out quality spices.
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