This and that: #FoodieFriendsFriday and a Cinco De Mayo Party

Thursday, May 2, 2013

#FoodieFriendsFriday and a Cinco De Mayo Party

It is time for Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party and this week we are going to celebrate Cinco De Mayo.  Bring your best Mexican recipes....

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This week my host favorite is bread.  I am all about the bread.  I love bread and when I saw this recipe for bread made in your slow cooker.... I was so excited.  I have been wanting to try it and now I have a recipe. This recipe also has seeds on the top... I can't wait to make this.  I was so excited about this recipe that I forgot to tell you where to find this recipe.  This recipe comes from Joanne of  What's on the List and the recipe is called Oatmeal Amaranth Seeded Bread.  I am not sure what Amaranth Flour is but I am sure going to find out.
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  1. Thanks Ladies for the party!!
    This week I'm sharing Mexican Quinoa Salad as well as Guacamole :)

  2. Thank you for the party! I brought my favorite enchiladas this week.
    Michelle @Ms. enPlace


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