Friday, 19 April 2013

Food on Friday: Carrots and Leeks



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As a change up from the exotic theme last week, this week it is those noble but humble vegetables Carrots and Leeks.

Carrots go well with:

Almonds
Bacon
Beef
Brown sugar
Butter
Celery
Chicken
Coriander (cilantro)
Cream
Cumin
Fennel seeds
Garlic
Garlic sausage
Ham
Hazelnuts
Honey
Mustard seeds
Nutmeg
Onions
Parsley
Peas
Potatoes
Raisins
Veal
Walnuts




Leeks go well with:

Anchovies
Bacon
Blue cheese
Boiled beef
Butter
Chicken
Chives
Cream
Eggs
Garlic
Goat's cheese
Gruyere cheese
Ham
Mint
Mustard
Olive oil
Parsley
Pastry
Potatoes
Salt cod
Watercress
Yoghurt



Now, on to the link up.  Just put your name and the name of the dish into the first box and paste the url for your post into the second one.

Do pop by some of the other links to check them out.  If you would like a button you will find it on my contact page.  Cheers




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41 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting!!! We look forward to these!

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  2. We posted 3 carrot recipes this week! Great theme! I love cooking with carrots - I look forward to seeing some new recipe ideas :)

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  3. Hi Carole! I'm sharing two this week. Dutch Meatball Soup and for dessert Morning Glory Muffins:)
    Have a great week!
    http://sandisallergyfreerecipes.net/

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  4. Thank you so much for this great food party! I shared my madeleines, which are Martha Stewart's recipe. Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  5. Thanks again Carole. I put two items up today as I adore carrots AND leeks. I've linked my Leek and Potato Soup and Carrot Cupcakes with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting. Have a great weekend.

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  6. yum! what a great idea! Thanks for the invite :)

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  7. Hi Carole! Carrots are my favourite vegetable and most things I cook have at least one carrot in them! I've shared a recipe for grain free courgette and carrot muffins and a cannelloni recipe using leeks instead of pasta.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  8. Thanks for the invitation to share. Company Carrots (#39) are savory instead of sweet. It's a favorite dish here.

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  9. Hi Carole. What a great idea - some of these recipes sound delicious! Thanks for asking me to share my link - really appreciate it.

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  10. Thanks for hosting each and every week Carole~ Thanks also for the invite to share:) I realized I don't eat a lot of carrots or leeks!! lol Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines (need to add these to my diet!)

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  11. As always, thank you for the invite Carole! Love this link up!

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  12. Thanks for invite Carole - I've added mine!

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  13. Thanks for hosting Carole, always a great linkup.

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  14. I shared my Creamy carrot and potato soup with Dijon and dill

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  15. Perfect ingredients for recipes, love both carrots and leeks ~ Thanks so much, Carole ;)

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  16. Hi Carole! This is such a fun idea - thanks for including me! Some of these other recipes look delicious . . .

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  17. Thanks Carole for inviting me. More recipes at 'Engineers Love Cooking'.

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  18. Hello, Carole! Thank you for hosting this fun party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  19. Have nothing this week :/ have a great weekend, Carole!

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  20. Hi Carole, thanks for the invite. Regards Tanya

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  21. I just happened to have a leek carrot tart. THanks Carole

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  22. I found another great carrot (cake) recipe.

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  23. Hey carol!! linked my salad. Love the concept :)

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  24. What a fun idea, thanks for the invitation to join you:)

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  25. Thanks for hosting! Good collection!

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  26. Oh I love leeks and carrots but I can't say I've ever had them together. I added a couple of recipes! Thanks for hosting!

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  27. thanks for informed dear ...I have linked my juice recipe

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  28. Hi Carole - many thanks once again with the invitation. Great roundup.

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  29. Thanks for reaching out and inviting me to add a recipe...I look forward to browsing through the others!

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  30. Thank you, Carole! I always look forward to Food on Friday!

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  31. Thanks for hosting!!! Excellent collection!!!

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  32. Hi Carole,
    I'm sharing a plate of roasted root vegetables with carrots! Thank you for hosting! Have a great weekend!

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  33. That's a whole lot of fabulous looking recipes. Thanks for getting them all into one place!

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  34. Hey Carole! I linked up my potato and leek soup this week. Have a great weekend!

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  35. Thanks for featuring my recipe here - this is a great site! Let me know if I can link anything up in future :)

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  36. I don't have anything with both, but I hope my leek tart will suffice! Thank you, Carole!

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  37. Featured my recipe Carole. And I wud like to invite you for my event & giveaway at http://savaadhjevana.blogspot.in/2013/04/summer-special-my-first-event-giveaway_19.html

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  38. I'm always excited to see what your theme will be each week, and it's always a bonus when I actually have a recipe to share! I believe I have actually discovered the best carrot cake ever :)

    Always such an amazing assortment of recipe links, thanks for hosting,

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    Jenn's Random Scraps

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  39. This is very neat! I've never linked my recipes before! Thanks so much for the invite!
    xx
    shortpresents.com

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