Friday, December 6, 2013


Sharon Leahy shared her delicious fudge recipe with us. It is creamy, sweet-n-salty, smooth and just plain heavenly.  Just like a luxury chocolate truffle.  Thanks for sharing!

December Swap

Home of Shelly Wilfong.  Pictured Denise B. Molina, co-founder & Cheryl Collett, IttyBittyFoodies

Hosted be Shelly Wilfong, thank you.
It was lovely.  We sampled all the goodies and sipped a signature cocktail our host concocted.
Deep Red Cocktail
Blood Orange Juice
Pomegranate Juice
Mix the portions to your liking. 
Taking January off, we will resume swaps February 2014. 

Frittatas by Darlene Navarrette  Rosen, co-founder

Bacon Jam by Denise Bethel Molina, co-founder

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies by Sharon Leahy

Extracts: vanilla, lemon & cinnamon

Chicken Corn Chowder by Anita Scoggins

Sunday, February 12, 2012

see facebook for swap information!

please see our facebook page for all swap information, including registration, pictures, venues, etc.  we just feel too too busy at this time to manage the blog.

thanks foodies!!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

november food swap

homemade maple applesauce

thanks for all who came out for yet another successful swap. and thanks to the wine therapist for hosting us again!! we had some fabulous swap:

organic apple cider
herbes de provence goat cheese
organic granola
cheesecake pops
homemade scones
freshly baked bread
butternut squash soup
beef jerky

....just to name a few!

i apologize in advance for my lousy iphone pictures, but here are a couple i added to our flickr.

we will open registration for december's swap in a couple of weeks. for all the latest swapping information, make sure to like us on facebook!

see you in december. until then...give thanks and eat well!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

'Tis The Season To Entertain & To Be Entertained

October Swap proved Dallas swappers are a fancy lot.  The Holidays are around the this time of year...soon we'll be sending invitations or getting invitations to mingle, sparkle and party.  When invited I love taking an edible host gift...the list is long: wine, coffee beans, fruit jam, local honey + cheese, seasonal organic fruit, you get the idea. 

For my November swap I will keep in mind the many invitations to come, wink, and what I would love to gift the host.  My wish is that it can be served that evening, enjoyed the next morning or shared with friends at a later date.  Think I'll make pear butter, apple butter, tomato jam........

Friday, October 7, 2011

october swap

october swappers really stepped it up! we had all kinds of fancy food:

pesto alla genovese
italian sweet breat
cranberry nut relish
organic pancake mix with organic butter
apple cider
argentine chimichurri
mashed potatoes with garlic butter
rosemary apple spice cake
coconut banana bread with lemon curd
mediterranean olives
wild turkey pumpkin chili
venison chili
organic yogurt
pumpkin spice snap dog treats
dehydrated apples
wild cherry cordial
filipino atchara

....and the list goes on and on!

thank you shelly wilfong for opening your lovely home for the swap!!

we have hosts booked for december, january and may (al fresco!).

stay tuned for november swap registration and venue details...

until then join our dallas taste the honey food swappers flickr group (here are some low quality pics from last night), follow our blog, like our facebook page, tell all your foodie friends about the food swap, and finally...the bar has been raised so start brainstorming your november swaps!! the holidays are around the corner...lots of parties....think host gifts, party favors, teacher gifts. get in your kitchen and have some fun! :-)

Friday, September 2, 2011

September Swap

Wow! We had some really beautiful swap goodies. It was so much fun meeting new people that share the food passion!

Check out all the beautiful food and fun here. Join our flickr group and share your photos with us. Join our facebook page to see all the latest and greatest happenings.

With two swaps behind us, I'm finding more and more inspiration to branch out with some new creations! I'm thinking I'll do all kinds of different spreads next month. Or maybe pickles? Jams? Maybe I'll bake? No I'll do something with my 25 pounds of fire roasted hatch green chiles hanging out in my freezer. Who knows! We'll see! Can't wait! :-)

Stay tuned for October swap details. We'll open registration in the next couple of weeks. We have a new exciting!

Last but not least...BIG THANKS to Phillip and The Wine Therapist! You rock!