Ingredient Spotlight Schedule – Jan. – April 2012

I’m looking forward to swapping recipes with you again  through Ingredient Spotlight.  Here’s the schedule for the first 4 months of the year.

Jan. 4 – Bacon!

Jan. 11 – Wine

Jan. 18 – Oranges and Orange Juice

Jan. 25 – Jams and Jellies

Feb. 1  – Cherries

Feb. 8 – Poppyseeds/Sunflower Seeds/Sesame Seeds

Feb. 15 – Avocado

Feb. 22 – Whole Wheat Flour (2012)

Feb. 29 – Canned Biscuits, Crescent Rolls etc

Mar. 7 – Food Coloring

Mar. 14- Dry Cereals (Chex, Corn Flakes etc)

Mar. 21 – Pineapple

Mar. 28 – Cream Cheese (2012)

April 4 – Fish and Shrimp

April 11 – Soy Sauce (2012)

April 18 – Beans, canned and dry (2012)

April 25 – Bananas ( 2012)

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  1. Good morning!
    I’ve included your site on a page I’ve put together devoted to hops, challenges, and memes for every day of the week! The link to that page is under my header. http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/
    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  2. I am so glad that you are continuing with this. I have my schedule printed out and posted on my bulletin board. And, we’re starting with bacon. Boy, can’t get better than that. I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

    • Loy

      I am excited about the Bacon edition as well. One of the best ingredients listed. Thanks for sharing Tiffany can’t wait!

      Dave
      easypeasyfoods.com

  3. How fun. I am so excited, Tiffany. These ingredient spot lights are great resources when I have an ingredient I want to use up. I can come to your site and search for recipes. :)

  4. I would like to suggest that you add a tab at the top of the website beside the Menus & Planners tab listing the ingredients alphabetically. I think it would make it easier to find. Thanks!

  5. I have the best bacon recipe- I have to blog it!! I’ll get it to you this week…hopefully, I am so behind, haven’t posted since the 15th! Happy New Year!!

    Nettie

  6. Have you already done frozen bread dough? Does that go along with the “whomp” biscuits? I am sure there are some good things out there, and know you use the bread dough sometimes too. Thanks so much for your website! I love your recipes (and so does my family!). You have helped this family eat at home for sure!

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