Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The Cottage Cooking Club - September Recipes



Hope you enjoyed our sixteenth month of preparing recipes from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall´s River Cottage Everyday Veg”! We are now at the beginning of September and as a group we have already cooked 160 recipes from this lovely cookbook. Therefore, I believe it is time to take another "breather"!


MAKE-UP MONTH:

This month will be another make-up month! That will give everyone a chance to cook as many OR as little of the recipes that they have missed so far! OR you can also re-visit as many or as little of your favorite recipes! There is such an abundance of vegetables out there at this time of year that I would not want to restrict your independent and creative minds!

For ease of reference, please consult the list of recipes that we have made so far:
http://cottage-cooking-club.blogspot.de/p/1.html


MOTTO:

Our motto for the month of September is: Get out there and make the very best of the seasonal/autumnal produce that is available to YOU in YOUR neck of the woods!


NEW MEMBERS and GUEST BLOGGERS:

Please note that we are still looking for new members and/or guest bloggers, rules can be consulted here: http://cottage-cooking-club.blogspot.de/p/rules.html


FACEBOOK "THE COTTAGE COOKING CLUB":

Have you seen and liked our facebook site yet? If not, please do take a minute to do so! All links can be found there AND here from now on!


DEADLINES:

Please remember to leave a comment with your personal choice(s) by September 7th at the end of this post.

Please remember to leave a comment with the link to your personal blog post on the LYL post by September 28th.

Please remember to visit our Peas (problems) and Cukes (questions) page for continuous progress on how you all are doing!


18 comments:

  1. There are so many recipes on my "to-do" list, I'll just start with a few that use the late summer produce that will still be available this month and hopefully add in a few more as I go:

    Peperonata, page 20
    Tomato, Thyme and Goat's Cheese Tart, page 216
    Quinoa with Zucchini and Onions, page 279

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    1. Sounds lovely to me, dear Zosia - please make sure to visit the Peas (problems) and Cukes (questions) page on a regular basis to let us all know how you are doing!
      Thank you and enjoy September´s bounty!
      Andrea

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  2. A - I am making the Leek & Cheese Toastie today. This month I also will make Caponata. In the next few days, I'll re-visit my list of want-to-make and add to my List. Another fun month ahead. Hey, Kitchen Lioness, keep roaring! Love from a loyal fan.

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    1. Thank you ,dear Mary! And please also make sure to visit the Peas (problems) and Cukes (questions) page on a regular basis to let us all know how you are doing!
      Thank you and enjoy September cooking to the very fullest!
      Andrea

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  3. I will venture into frittata land for starters: Frittata with summer veg and goat´s cheese (page 232) and Oven-roasted roots frittata (page 234) it will be for starters.

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  4. I want to complete my list for August - so that's three... for the time being :)

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    1. Enjoy, Emily and thanks for letting me know!
      Andrea

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  5. Hello Andrea ! Looks like fun to have another make-up month. Just dropping by in the midst of the holiday weekend festivities, and not sure what I'll be preparing yet, well all except the leek toasties I missed out on last month!

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    1. Dear Peggy, hope you are having a lovely holiday weekend with tons of great food and visits from and to family and friends! Enjoy, dear friend!
      Andrea
      Oh, yes, the Leek and cheese toasties are a "must-make" recipe - you will love, love them!

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  6. I think I'll visit some recipes from September 2014!
    Hoping to make
    -roasted eggplant boats (344)
    -oven roasted roots frittata (234)
    -cauliflower pakoras (318)
    -roasted squash (346)
    -green beans with tarragon and lemon (375)

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    1. Katie, sounds like a delicious plan to me!
      Enjoy your Septemeber veg cooking!
      Andrea

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  7. I will take this opportunity to take another break; unless of course I get around to making the leek and cheese toasties that pop into my mind at least once a day! Looking forward to seeing what everyone ends up making this month. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!!

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  8. What a fun month, I will prepare:
    pumpkin and raisin tea loaf page 394
    oven roasted-roots frittata page 234
    and if I have time, since we move back to Phoenix this month upside down onion tart page 218, thanks Cheri

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    1. Cheri, enjoy your September recipes and good luck with your move back to Phoenix!
      Andrea

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  9. Hi Andrea!! Well, I goofed and didn't take the picture of the lentil nicoise that I made last week - since everyone raved... oh well! BUT, I just finished my roasted tomato sauce, so I will make the tomato and mozzarella risotto. I will also be making the leek and cheese toastie (yum!). Might just get to the chiles filled with beans (or as we would call them - chiles rellenos de frijoles!). I would also love to make the cheat's cauliflower cheese. We'll see. Oh, that upside down onion tart... maybe. I might run out of time. So many great recipes, so little time!!

    Thank you Andrea!

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    1. Candy, you will love the Tomato risotto - it tastes fabulous and it is a nice accompaniment to a lot of dishes or just on its own with a nice side salad. Do not forget to make utterly charming Cheese and leek toasties and the nice Cheat´s cauliflower if you have the time - oh, the Upside-down onion tart is easy-peasy...
      Enjoy!
      Andrea

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  10. I will be making the Ribollita, for sure, and will try and make some others, too.

    Thanks so much, Andrea!

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