Friday, 3 May 2013

Food on Friday: Parsnips and pumpkin



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Food on Friday today, as you can see, is about those humble vegetables Parsnips and Pumpkin.


Parsnips go well with:

Bacon
Beef
Butter
Carrots
Chicken stock
Cinnamon
Coriander seeds (cilantro)
Crabs
Cream
Cumin seeds
Lamb
Maple syrup
Meat stock
Nutmeg
Olive oil
Onions
Oranges
Pepper
Pork sausages
Potatoes
Scallops
turmeric



Pumpkin goes well with:

Bacon
Basil
Beef casseroles
Black pepper
Brown sugar
Butter
Cinnamon
Cream
Chick peas
Chillies
Coconut milk
Garlic
Lamb
Maple syrup
Nutmeg
Olive oil
Onions
Paprika
Parmesan cheese
Parsley
Pine nuts
Raisins
Rosemary
Sage
Soft cheeses
Tarragon
Tomato sauce (ketchup)

Your dish does not need to have both parsnip and pumpkin in it.  Either one will do.  Just link up using the Mr Linky boxes below.  Your name and the name of the dish in the first box and copy the url for your post about the dish into the second.

Happy linking!

To make it easier for you to choose which other links to visit, I have created a Pinboard called Food on Friday: Parsnips & Pumpkin.  If you pop over there you will be able to see the image for each link at a glance.  I will be pinning the links as they come in but might get behind at times!



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49 comments:

  1. thank you for letting us link up!

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  2. Hiya Carole! I brought you three parsnip dishes, as I haven't ventured into pumpkins as of yet. Well, not if you don't count Butternut Squashes - are they a pumpkin of sorts? lol

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    1. I'm the opposite, I have pumpkin recipes and no parsnips, I'm looking forward to checking out some parsnip recipes!

      Thanks for hosting Carole.

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  3. I have had a wonderful parsnip harvest this spring & I've been creating so many recipes with parsnips - unfortunately many of the recipes haven't made it to my posts yet - but I found one to link up.
    Thanks again for hosting!
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com
    PS – I would also like to invite you to a blog hop called: “The Great Blog Train” currently live on my blog (the kind of hop where you link up your homepage)– Thank you!

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  4. Hi Carole! Thanks for hosting!!
    How about Sweet Potato Icing... :)
    It is a big hit! Everyone who tries it, Loves it!!!


    http://sandisallergyfreerecipes.net/

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  5. I have three Parsnip soups on my blog but have linked to a dish I made when I was doing a War Time Ration Challenge, it was actually very good!

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  6. Thanks for the reminder and for hosting! Have a marvelous weekend!

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  7. Thanks Carole for hosting each week~Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  8. Hi Carole--have a great weekend, even though it's not even Friday yet in the USA, but I don't mind...I start early!!!!

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  9. Hi Carole! Please try Braised Pork Stew, Caribbean Style. This savory, spicy, vitamin rich stew made with pureed pumpkin, tomato, ginger, yams, celery, carrot and spices would be delish with a turnip added. Come on by and have a look. :)

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  10. Thanks so much for the invite Carole! I just shared my Jamba Juice’s Pumpkin Smash Smoothie is Back and So is My Home Version.
    Thanks for hosting!
    All the best,
    Nancy

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  11. Hey Carole, I just shared My Skinny Recipe for Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte! What a fun theme! Thanks for hosting.
    With my best wishes,
    Nancy

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  12. Sure do love parsnips! Linked up a delicious quick bread...I was thinking I have no pumpkin recipes but on second, I do have a seasoned toasted pumpkin seed recipe. I will throw that in there as well...Thanks Carole!

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  13. Thank for letting us link! They are some wonderful recipes here :)

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  14. Thanks for hosting Carole! I love trying to remember what I have made in the past with these ingredients. I hope Sheep Herder's Pie isn't too much of a stretch, it does contain parsnips :) Have a great week, Lisa

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  15. Looking forward to seeing all the recipes! I've never done much with parsnips, but have wanted to!

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  16. Completely forgot all about my parsnip soup recipe - might have to make it again now! Thanks Carole.

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  17. I posted my Pumpkin Cake with Surprise Cream Cheese Swirl – it’s a very easy recipe with a cake mix starter, and (happily) it creates an impressive cake without a lot of fuss, perfect for holidays, parties, and family gatherings. Thanks again for hosting the link love, Carole!

    ~ Cleo Coyle, author of The Coffeehouse Mysteries
    Coffeehouse Mystery.com
    “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
    Cleo Coyle on Twitter


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  18. It's fun to think about pumpkin in the Spring time.

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  19. I just remembered a nice pumpkin carrot curry soup. Thanks for doing this.

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  20. Hi Carole,

    Thank you for the invitation! I posted at #75 but didn't put in the title. Sorry about that. I posted again with the title at #78. A lot of great recipes here that will certainly inspire.

    Have a great Friday!
    Theresa @aloveafare

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  21. Thanks for collecting these great recipe ideas here! I love how sweet parsnips get when they roast... I've made two good ones lately,
    a white bean salad:
    http://zweitesfruehstueck.blogspot.com/2013/04/carrot-parsnip-dill-and-white-bean.html
    a lentil and spinach salad:
    http://zweitesfruehstueck.blogspot.com/2013/05/lentil-and-roasted-parsnip-salad-with.html

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  22. Thanks for the invite. Looks like you have a nice bunch of yummy recipes.

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  23. Many thanks for the invite love the linky! =)

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  24. Hi Carole, thanks for the invite to link up with your event! What a great list of recipes you have here to browse though. I didn't follow your linky instructions correctly and only entered my name - oops!

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  25. Carole,
    Thank you so much for inviting me--and for fixing my links to include the recipe titles since I misunderstood what "your name" meant for the first two!
    I've linked up 2 muffin recipes (though the overnight one is more of a concept recipe, in addition to the pumpkin shown I love it with banana, blueberry, apple, other winter squash, beet . . . oh my, it's just a great basic muffin method) as well as how I put up my pumpkin harvest each Fall for use throughout the winter.

    Thanks for hosting!

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  26. Hi Carole,

    Linked up my Pumpkin Spice Bars. =) Thanks for hosting!

    I would love for you to link up to my TGIF Link Party!

    http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/2013/05/a-peek-into-my-paradise-tgif-link-party.html

    Cathy

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  27. Happy Friday! Thanks for posting a msg on my blog - My Turkish Joys. My recipe is for a Healthy Sweet Potato & Parsnip Quick Bread. Afiyet olsun!

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  28. Thanks for hosting, Carole! Have a great weekend :-)

    Linda
    With A Blast

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  29. Thanks for the invite! linked up my no bake pumpkin pie

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  30. thank you for inviting me to link up :)
    a great collection of recipes here x

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  31. Thank you Carol for hosting this again! I've included the recipe you requested. ;)

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  32. Thanks for the link-up invite. Nice collection of recipes to browse through :o)

    Ingrid @ Kitchen Tales of Sugar & Spice

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  33. Hi Carole, thanks for invite. Some pumpkin recipes to share here.

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  34. Thanks for inviting me to your link up!

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  35. Hi Carole, thanks for inviting me to the link up... It appears that there are many delicious recipes I now need to check out!

    Thanks,
    Ryan at Baked with kindness

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  36. Yum! Love me some parsnips & pumpkin! Thanks for hosting!

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  37. Oh I did this wrong! I put my name instead of the recipe name. It should be Roasted Mushroom and Parsnip Ravioli. Not sure how to fix that. Thanks for letting me link up! :)

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  38. Hi Carole--New to this whole linky party thing. Thanks for the invite! I brought you one of each--apple parsnip soup and boozy banana pumpkin muffins!

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  39. Good Morning Carole :-) Thank you for the reminder email! Can't believe it's Friday already... Happy Weekend, Kate

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  40. I think, it doesn't matter what season it is, pumpkin is always a good thing to have! However, apparently, I don't have any recipes for parsnips on my blog. Need to improve on this one ;)

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  41. Have a great weekend, Carole! Once again your site is loaded with tons of delicious sounding recipes.

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  42. Thank you for letting us link up! Some tasty looking recipes here :) Happy Weekend! x

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  43. Thanks for leaving a comment in my blog, Carole =)

    I have used parsnip in my penne dish as well, which can be found under the "recipe" label in my blog (actually, various versions of it as I keep changing it), but I've only linked the fry as that's where you left your comment.

    Will check out your Pinterest board as well! Great idea!

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  44. What wonderful recipes! I know I'm late with my Pumpkin-Quinoa Bread Pudding, but I can assure you it is delicious. Thank you, Carole!

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  45. Sue and I have a million pumpkin recipes but no parnsips! I am looking forward to checking out the links for some ideas. :) Have a great week!

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  46. Thanks for letting me know about the link up and thank you for thinking of my blog. Cheers! Kelsey

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  47. Thank you so much for letting me know about the link up! Just linked my Pumpkin Cream Cheese Roll! I'll definitely be back for more Food on Fridays! :)

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