Mar 31, 2013

See Ya in the Gumbo #77 {potluck}

See ya in the gumbo!

My great grandpa said this instead of "good-bye."  It means see ya out there in the mix.

Gumbo is a mix of various ingredients.  And no two people make it the same way.

To "make a gumbo" means much more than cooking.  When someone says "I'm making a gumbo," it means family and friends are invited.

I invite you to join this POTLUCK PARTY every Sunday night.

Bring whatever mix of ingredients you'd like.

Ms. enPlace

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Your Top 5 from Last Week:
Sweet and Sour Baked Chicken
from Turnips 2 Tangerines 

Breaded Tomato Pasta
from The Law Student's Cook Book

Tuna Turnover with Quick & Easy Flaky Pastry
from Vivian Pang Kitchen

Smoked Jalapeno Avocado Cucumber and Relish
from Memories by the Mile 

Japanese Honey Cake
from Something Sweet--Winnie's Blog  

My pick of the week:
I liked this low carb option for tacos. 

Tacos in Poblano Peppers 
from Frugal in Florida
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  1. Thanks for being such a wonderful hostess, Michelle. Will be back to check out all the links again. Hoping you had a Blessed Easter.

  2. Thanks so much for hosting each and every week Michelle~ Thank you for featuring my Sweet and Sour Chicken! Lynn~ Hope you had a wonderful Easter:)

  3. Michelle, I'm so thrilled that you made the Ottolenghi Aubergine & Lemon Risotto - that is one of my favourite dishes - hope you liked it!! I think our journey with YO is going to be amazing.

    I've shared two dishes this week - my Cauliflower with Potatoes to farewell Madhur Jaffrey, and a Plum & Cardamom Cake - it's always a feast or a famine with me.

    Thanks again for hosting.

  4. Anonymous3/31/2013

    I don't have anything to share this week (due to being out of town) but thanks for featuring my dish!

  5. Thanks for hosting. Hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend!

  6. Thanks for the featuring my tuna turnover. I linked up another recipe of mine again. Thanks for hosting!

  7. Hope you had a great Easter! I must confess that Sue's plum cake is absolutely gorgeous, but I also love the sound of a zucchini lasagna.

  8. Thanks Michelle soooooooooo much for featuring my Japanese Honey cake ♥
    It was certainly a lovely surprise

    I hope you enjoyed Easter, we had a great Passover
    Thanks for another party and have a good week

  9. Michelle,
    Thanks for featuring our crab cakes and relish.
    And thank you for the party, there's a lot of good stuff. See you tomorrow at Tuesday Trivia at
    Off to check out your link ups.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  10. Thank you so much for hosting, Michelle! Have a wonderful week :)

  11. How did I miss the fact that you have a link party? I just saw it on Google+

    I would love it if you would drop by my blog and link your party to my "Link Parties I Visit" page!

    I will see you next week. Thanks for the party!

  12. I really need to check out that Japanese honey cake! Looks like it has a great texture!

  13. Thanks for hosting Michelle! Sorry I am late. But I did bring you a spinach dish. I hope you had a great Easter. Take care!

  14. Hi Michelle,
    I'm sharing the delicious cauliflower fritters from YO!
    Thank you for hosting, have a great weekend!

  15. Hi Michelle,
    One more fritters from me! Yup, we love fritters!

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