Friday, 10 May 2013

Food on Friday: Plums


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We're going all "plummy" for this Food on Friday. 

Plums go well with:

Almonds
Apples
Brandy
Brown sugar
Cardamom
Chocolate
Cinnamon
Cloves
Cream
Game birds
Kirsch
Lamb
Marzipan
Nutmeg
Orange zest
Plum brandy
Pork
Rabbit
Red wine
Soft cheeses
Stone fruit
Vanilla
Walnuts


As always, please just link up your plum delights by putting your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and copying the url for your post into the second.

Looking forward to seeing all the neat ideas!

PS I will be pinning the links to this Pinboard - which will make it easier for you to choose which links to visit.




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43 comments:

  1. Hi Carol, thanks for sending an email on what the feature is. It really helps a lot. I've linked a plum & prosciutto sandwich with goat cheese and fig preserves.

    BTW, is there any chance of getting a Mr. Linky that shows the thumbnail photos? They really show off the food well. Just a suggestion...Hope you have a lovely weekend and thanks for hosting.
    Sam

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    1. Inlinkz has that option--I learned about them from a link party, and use them for my visual recipe index by farm fresh ingredient. (which, sadly, does not yet include plums--I am becoming aware of my deficiencies and will work on them during Year 2 of the blog!)

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  2. Hi Carol! Thank you for the email! I shared my Ginger & Plum Crumble recipe!

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Thanks for the invite. I've linked up 2 plum recipes which I hope everyone will enjoy.

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  4. Thanks again for hosting Carole. I've linked my Plum and Amaretti Crumble and my Roasted Plum Tarts. I simple adore plums.

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  5. Thanks Carol. I shared one of my most popular recipes.

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  6. Carole,
    Thank you so much for the invite! I have no plum recipes (I need plum recipes!) but I look forward to seeing all the great link ups!

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  7. Hi Carol - thanks for the friendly reminder about the ingredient of the week! I've posted a Rhubarb & Sloe Gin Hazelnut Tart. Off to peruse the other posts... :)

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  8. Sharing my one and only recipe that has plums! Hoping to find more, love plums.

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  9. I've added mine! Thanks Carole and have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. just added two links! thanks!

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  11. Hi Carol, thanks for your invitation. But more important, for pointing me to your great site!

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  12. Hi Carol, thanks for the invite.I've just linked up.

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  13. Hi Carol, Thanks for the invitation and introducing me to your site. I've added a link to my recent plum recipe and hope that some of your readers enjoy it. I'm off to explore some of the others now...!

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  14. Thanks for the invite Carole - happy plum day!

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  15. I love plums, especially the dark Italian ones. They are not in season here yet, but I always look forward to them in the fall. I have a few recipes on my blog, but the Streusel Plum Tart with Yeast Dough I posted here is my favorite.

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  16. Great topic, looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with!

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  17. Hi Carol,

    if I didn't love plums already, your post would totally convince me. Plums go with everything. :-D

    Marianne from Let's Read

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  18. Hi Carole, I have linked one of my favourite Nigella recipe ideas.
    Have a good weekend!

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  19. Thanks for the invitation to join in - plums are the best... I've added my cinnamon plum cake recipe. L.x

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  20. Love love love plums, fresh or baked in a dessert. Thanks so much, Carole!

    Mimi

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  21. Happy Weekend Carole! Looks like your site is plum full of good recipes today! :)

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  22. Thanks for the invite. I linked up an amazing Asian Plum Sauce :

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  23. Hi Carole~ I realized I don't have any plum recipes so I thought I'd stop by and check out all the great recipes for plums and then try a few of the recipes:) Have a great week~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  24. Yum! Such great recipes I should cook more with plums!

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  25. Spring is definitely in the air! What a great theme, Carole...gotta luv them plums ;)!!

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  26. Lots of good recipes linked here, thanks for the invite :)

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  27. Thanx for invitation to participate!:) Roasted plums two ways are attached:)

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  28. This is a great site, I shared a recipe for Plum Berry Crisp. Enjoy!

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  29. Hi, thanks for finding my little blog! The plum and almond sponge really is so good - I've been having this dessert for years and it's delicious every time!

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  30. Thanks for emailing, I've linked up with a plum pie! Its from last year but its a good reminder that I must make this again!

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    Molly
    thecottagediaries.blogspot.co.nz

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  31. Thanks for the message on my blog, I have linked the post with my plum cake onto it. You have a great blog here.

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  32. Hi Carol - thanks for the invite to join in - I've linked my Plum & Oat Bars :-)

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  33. Thank you for the invite! I only had one plum recipe, but I'm sharing it! Thank you for hosting! Have a nice weekend!

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  34. Great roundup of Plum Recipes. I have linked my plum friands.

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  35. Hey Carole, thanks for the invite. I finally got a good connection so I thought I would share my Plum fruit leather.

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  36. Thanks for the invite! I've linked my Gluten and Dairy-free Plum Crumble. Enjoy, and great blog!

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  37. Thank you so much for inviting me to your party! I haven't joined you here before obviously because I just put my name... Sorry, I linked up my Raspberry Devil Cupcakes! Have a wonderful day Krista @ A Handful of Everything

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  38. I am friends with many a friend's plum tree. They are one of my favorite foundations for jams - especially plum and pineapple! This recipe makes a yummy sauce for your next venture into Mu Shu.

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  39. i adore plums and always look for recipes for this lovely fruit. A great collection of plum recipes right before my very eyes-Yum!

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