Friday, September 30, 2011

The Party's Over...but Cooking from Emeril's Sizzling Skillets & Other One Pot Wonders Will Live On....Post 9

Well boys and's time for this little party to come to an end.  This is my last post as part of Emeril's One Pot Blogger Cooking Party.  Let me tell you it's been a great experience; lots of fun. I made a bunch of great new food blogger friends and had an opportunity to cook some amazing food....Thanks to Emeril and the wonderful people at the Secret Ingredient Blog/Morrow Cookbooks for this opportunity.

I'd like to leave you with two final reasons to purchase your own copy of Sizzling Skillets and Other One Pot Wonders.

Beef & Barley Soup with Garlic Basil Oil

I know I've said it before but I'm a soup lover; eat it almost every day.  So it's befitting that I end this little soiree with another delicious soup from Emeril.  His Beef & Barley Soup is just bursting with flavor. Loaded with meat, chopped veggies and perfectly cooked barley this is a One-Pot wonder for sure.

Italian Sausage, Zucchini, & Bell Pepper Bread Pudding

Ahh...the creme de la creme...probably the most unique meal I cooked during these past 3 weeks.  The Sausage, Zucchini, & Bell Pepper Bread Pudding.  This one's got it all: flavor and texture wrapped up in one.  A definite crowd pleaser.

I know I will be cooking more from this book and of course I'll be sharing it with you....but I do urge you not to hesitate in buying your own copy.  There are enough recipes in here to make the purchase well worth it.

The winner of the Emeril by Zak 7 piece flame bowls is......Donna from the blog The Slow Roasted Italian.  congratulations Donna and thanks to all that participated.

Disclosure: I was provided a copy of the cookbook, a set of the serving dishes by zak!, a bottle of Emeril’s spices, and a small grocery reimbursement. Upon completion I will also receive a few of Emeril’s other cookbooks and one blogger will be chosen to win a T-Fal slow cooker. All opinions shared are my own. 


  1. That savory bread pudding made me DROOL! Gorgeous and another one to dog-ear!

  2. I don't remember seeing either of these recipes in the book. Time to pull it out again!

  3. Yes, I am getting ready to post the italian bread pudding too! Delicious!Will sare your last post on 30AEATS!

  4. I was hoping someone would make that bread pudding. It sounded so interesting, but I didn't get around to making it.

  5. That bread pudding looks downright delicious!

  6. I just loved that bread pudding! I think I gained 10 pounds in the last 3 weeks! Love your blog! Keep in touch! Susan-30AEATS!