Pantry Party September Round Up


Though our first month back at Pantry Party has been small, we are back nonetheless! This month at Pantry Party we made dishes that used fish in some way. Fish can be made in many different ways. I love the different selections here!


Denise at Soup Spice Everything Nice shares the first recipe for September: Baja Beach Tacos Two Ways. These tacos are Denise’s recreation of tacos from a restaurant, Don Juanz. Denise was successful in her recreation of two different tacos from Don Juanz, the Pacific Rim and the Baja Beach. This taco recreating project appears to be a success! Both Denise’s mom and her sister enjoyed them (and really, how could they not?)

perch spaghetti a

Michelle from Ms. enPlace continues to be a loyal participant at Pantry Party. This month she shares her Perch Spaghetti. Michelle shared insight about the Louisiana wetlands and the problems that the area faces. Litter, dumping, things that should occur at a dump and not at the wetlands. Perch is one of the varieties of fish that come from the wetlands. Michelle made this lovely pasta dish using perch (as well as many other yummy ingredients.)

Fresh Tuna Mozzarella and Basil Pizza-Simple Living and Eating

Diane from Simple Living and Eating shares the next recipe: Fresh Tuna, Mozzarella, and Basil Pizza. Diane made this dish for French Fridays with Dorie. Instead of using fresh tuna, Diane who was on vacation, relied on the canned variety. These little bites look divine and would be a wonderful addition to any meal as an appetizer.



The last recipe is my entry: Fried Tilapia with Lemon Sauce. I brought this with me for lunch to work one day. While not a traditional lunch to actually bring to work, it was so good and I’m so glad I did. Using breadcrumbs, cornstarch, honey, soy sauce, and more, I relied on my pantry heavily for this breaded, sauced-up fish. It was a nice way to come back to hosting the Pantry Party!

Though just a small party this month – Welcome Back! And I hope you join us next month.

One response

  1. I always look forward to the round-up! It’s fun to see all the variations on a central ingredient. Since I started participating in Pantry Party, my pantry seems more under control…and I’m more aware of using what I have instead of buying something else. Thanks so much!

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