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This week’s list was really hard… (not because there wasn’t an amazing recipe selection, but the actual effort to read over my blogroll is what was so hard). I don’t have the internet at my new place yet (might not until later next week!). If you haven’t seen me tweeting, or updating my facebook page, or commenting on your blogs, its because I physically haven’t been able to (booo!). It’s all very stressful, but I hope this current and future stint of almost a month and a half of on and off  doesn’t uproot me from the wonderful world of food blogging. I miss it. Terribly. Today is a glorious exception because I’m boring a friends computer.

So long story short, I opened up my google reader this AM and started knocking posts off, one by one. Over 200 recipes alone are a killer to go through, but I know in the end I would be dissappointed to miss them all. So it’s worth the effort in my opinion.

Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers these next three weeks. I would appreciate it more than you know! I am in a huge transition period and you all know how busy life can be; even without moves and life changes. I’m still hoping to post at least three different recipes (once a week) and keep up my Top Ten Tuesday list. I will also be hosting some exciting guest posts soon, so keep your eyes open for those.

On to the food!

My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from

Last Week (6/1 – 6/7)

Cool as a Cucumber (Pickled Cucumbers)
(Rachel from A Southern Fairytale)

Rhubarb Strawberry Crumb Cake with Rosewater and Pine Nuts
(Kim from Affairs of Living)

How to Roast Asparagus
(Elana from Elana’s Pantry)

Homemade Nutella (Chocolate Hazelnut Spread)
(Winnie from the Healthy Green Kitchen)

Tuna Steak Diane
(Manda from Asparagus Thin)

Chilled Summer Pea and Herb Soup
(Kim from Affairs of Living)

Blackberry Kefir Smoothie
(Amy from Simply Sugar and Gluten Free)

Veggie Cake with Corn Chip Topping
(Chaya from My Sweet and Savory)

Gluten Free, Egg Free Bagels
(Maggie from She Let Them Eat Cake)

Citrus Coleslaw
(Karen from Cook4 Seasons)

Also, this may not be a recipe, but I was very touched by Denise’s words about giving thanks in everything. I’ve been very stressed lately and after much of my own personal study and prayer I’ve come to a similar conclusion; my life is a series of joy AND pain, but both are blessings from my Father. Each day is a lesson in learning to see those blessings.

See you all next week! *crosses fingers*

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3 Responses to My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from Last Week (6/1 – 6/7)

  1. Aubree,

    I am so glad I was able to help you. :) God bless!

  2. Maggie says:

    You rock! Thanks so much for linking to my bagels! I was just looking at a quote from Kahlil Gibran that talked about our sorrow coming from our joy. Your reflections are so similiar – it’s so true. Thanks Aubree. xx

  3. Chaya says:

    So glad you had bagels on this list. I want to try them, when school closes.

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