My first email was a breakfast recipe from new blogger Lisa at Food and Spice for Cranberry (one of my favorites) and Cornmeal muffins.
Chris, from Melecotte also a new food blogger submitted a very tasty looking recipe for an Italian cake, a Pear and Polenta cake to be exact. I love desserts with pear.
Marta an Italian In The US , also submitted an Italian dessert, cookies, using cornmeal, raisins, and lemon. Light and chewy looking. Her recipe is from The Good Cook, a collection of international recipes.
The next recipe was from Tami at Running with Tweezers. She made a snack using cornmeal: Cornmeal Crackers with Pumpkin Seeds. You’re right Tami it does look like it would do well at a wine tasting.
Carla from Chocolate Moosey made Corn Pup muffins. A savory muffin recipe that looks really good.
Traci and Steve from Basting Away in Margaritaville chose Spicy Beef Empanadas from Emeril Legassi's New Orleans Cooking cookbook, as their first recipe for Weekend Cookbook challenge. I sure do love empanadas.
Eunice from Lemonalmond.blogspot made Lemon Cornmeal Cake. And I am glad because of WCBC Eunice decided to bake again. Doesn't her cake look lovely?
Ahn from Ahnsfoodblog, made Orange & Cardamom Polenta Biscuits. It must smell so wonderful. I like that she used heart shaped cook cutters to shape the biscuits.
Newcomer Sukanyaramkumar from Hot and Sweet Bowl made Fried Okra With Scallion Dip. It looks like a marvelous appetizer. One I can’t wait to try.
Lisa from La Mia Cucina baked an Alton Brown dessert Pineapple Upside Down Corn Cake. I adore Pineapple Upside Down Cake. But had never heard of Pineapple Upside Down corn cake till now. Oh that Alton is a favorite of mine. Thank you Lisa.
Steph the creator of A Whisk And a Spoon baked a Lemon Polenta Cake for this round of WCBC. Looks so tasty Steph.
Mary aka the Breadchick’s contribution is Microwave Tamale Pie! Mexican food is one of my favorites. Her description before the recipe is pretty interesting. The recipe looks mouthwatering and simple to cook. Thanks Mary!
I was happy one of my favorite food bloggers Ruth who has a variety of food blogs, decided to participate in this months WCBC challenge. Her entry was Lemony Biscotti. So happy you found a new favorite recipe.
Sara the mastermind behind Weekend Cookbook Challenge as well as her own neat blog I like To Cook, after a bit of testing, made a yummy looking breakfast dish Lemon Cornmeal Waffles. Glad it turned out well Sara.
Mallow from Sweet and Savory Foods made dessert, Lemon Cornmeal Cookies. A Martha Stewart Christmas recipe. Mallow found a way to mix them up a bit.
Quellia from All Things Edible made a tasty looking dessert Peach and blueberry cobbler with cornmeal biscuits. Blueberries and peaches go great together.
Marye from Apron Strings and Simmering Things baked a Sweet Potato Cornbread. Intriguiging.
Asha from Aroma Hope made Tex-Mex Corn Bread. She recomends enjoying it with a bowl of spicy chili. I agree.
Chef Girl Paige made Cornbread Croutons to go along with her yummy looking seafood stew. How inventive!
Halo from Cook (almost) Anything at Least Once made a great looking and sounding dessert: Polena Poundcake.
And of course you saw my entry(Pupusas) yesterday.