19 ottobre 2009

Weekend Herb Blogging # 205 Round up



Is everybody ready for a foodie trip?

Attention please ... flight WHB to Blogsphere boarding now, gate 123.
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Please fasten seat belts, keep your cell phones off, relax and enjoy your flight!


An healthy alternative to universal pizza:
Gluten-free shredded potato pizza crust
Katie from Eat this - Haslett, Michigan, Usa

Frosty weather and time to pick up homegrown beans:
Runner Bean Salad with Radicchio, Radish and Red Onion
and have a look how lovely are young plants in bloom!
Winnie from Healthy Green Kitchen - New Paltz, NY, Usa

Lamb with peas and anchovies
Did you know that endive belongs to daisy family? I didn't,
you will find more reading
Diane from Disingenuous Mountebank - Melbourne, Australia
A big welcome to her, for long time WHB reader, now first time posting,
and you've done it right, Di!

A long season for plums in Australia
and they taste so great in this combination:
Kentish Pigeon with Plums
... but pay attention to flying animals' revenge! ...
Anna from Morsels & Musings - Sydney, Australia

Melitzanosalata and Hunkar Begendi
Two is better than one!
Discover different ways to use eggplant in Laurie's post.
Laurie from Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska - Anchorage, Alaska, Usa

Greek sea is wonderful, sunbathing and swimming the best to do,
but when you feel hungry just have a stop in a local restaurant for fried fish and
Ampelofassoula - String beans Salad
Ivy from Kopiaste - Greece

More info about growing cabbages,
but remember ... "cabbages twice cooked is death"!
Cabbage spring rolls
Mangocheeks from Allotment 2Kitchen - Scotland

Use a different cheese than required and discover a new lovely taste!
Baby-Eggplant, olive and goat cheese frittata
Pam from Sidewalk Shoes - Soddy Daisy, TN, Usa

Volcanic Kalyn, our founder, used a mild variety of green chili called Anaheim Chiles:
Mexican Baked Eggs with Black Beans, Tomatoes, Green Chiles, and Cilantro
Kalyn from Kalyn's Kitchen - Salt Lake City, Utah, Usa

I would definetely like to have this pasta,
never ever tasted lamb's quarters before, and you?
Spaghetti with shrimps,lam's quarters, garlic and breadcrumb
Stash from The Spamwise Chronicles - New York, NY, Usa

Not only "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"
but discover history and culture about this fruit and enjoy:
Apple soup
Johanna from Green Gourmet Giraffe Blog - Melbourne, Australia

It sounds intriguing but ... how hot will it be?
I will let you know quite soon, I love jamming!
Chilli Jam
Anna from Moonberry Juice - Netherlands

What a distracted Italian I am ... I had to bump into this recipe
to know that my country heads the table of kiwi fruit producers!
Kiwi Fruit Jam
Haalo, our Chief Hostess, from Cook (almost) Anything - Australia


Candy oranges and apples
to decorate your cakes,
and as a gourmet Christmas gift, why not?
My personal entry to this week's WHB.


Hope you had a great time,
looking forward to see you on board again,
please don't miss next week's appointment,
we'll be travelling with Yasmeen from Healthnut.

5 commenti:

Johanna ha detto...

very entertaining round up - and lots of interesting foods - thanks

Genny ha detto...

no cindy aspetta...è in inglese...e io non capisco:(((

Haalo ha detto...

Beautiful, so many wonderful ideas. Thanks so much for hosting!

Kalyn ha detto...

I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get here and see this, but you've done a great job. Another interesting collection of ingredients featured too!

Cindystar ha detto...

Thanks everybody! You made it happen!

Genny, non preoccuparti, puoi sempre chiedere un aiuto a google translator! ... altrimenti ci rivediamo con le prossime ricette in italiano!
bacio!

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