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    November Recipes

    It never ceases to amaze me how quickly the types of food we cook and eat changes from season to season.  And if you feel the same way I do, you won’t be surprised that we’ve got a couple of fantastic recipes coming to you for November.  The first is one you’ll be proud to serve for your holiday dessert (not that you’ll need a special occasion to want to make this one!) and the second is one that will make you want to curl up on the couch with a good book while you’re waiting for it to cook.  I hope you enjoy these two recipes as we head into the hard-core holiday season!!

    P.S. – If you’re participating in A Week with the Barefoot Contessa, don’t forget to send me your photos and info for the round-up post!

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    Suzie from Munch + Nibble

    has chosen Crème Brulee

    which can be found in Barefoot in Paris on page 222

    and should be posted on Thursday, November 12th.

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    Lisa of Lime in the Coconut

    has chosen Company Pot Roast

    which can be found in Back to Basics on page 117

    and should be posted on Thursday, November 26th.

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    3 Responses

    1. Hurray! These are two awesome recipes and I’ve been wanting to try Ina’s version of potroast. Great choices!

    2. Wohoo!!! I am so excited to finally get to try the creme brulee. I have been wanting to try this forever. Plus, I have made pot roast before and it was fabulous–but didn’t get a chance to take a picture. Now I get a 2nd chance..

    3. Oh YUM. Both of these recipes look amaazing. I’ve also been wanting to try to find a decent pot roast recipe… can’t wait to try.

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