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July 25, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #293 - Roundup

Weekend Herb Blogging, that was created by Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen and now managed by Haalo, of Cook (almost) Anything At Least Once is already in its 5th year. Anh of A Food Lover's Journey is going to be next week's host. If you'd like to participate, make sure you check out the rules and send your entries to anhnguyen118 AT gmail DOT com . Now let's see the entries!

The first entry has arrived right away from New York Citry, from Peggy from The Blog that Ate Manhattan. She shares a recipe for "Summer Sunday Pesto" with Mint, Basil and Parsley.


Tigerfish from teczcape - an escape to food from California, USA has posted about lotus root and you are going to find a recipe for a Lotus Root, Celery and Squash Stir-Fry.

 
Janet from The Taste Space from Toronto, Canada shares a delicious recipe for a miso-walnut dressing with asparagus and carrot salad.

 
Cheah from No-Frills Recipes from Malaysia, shares a recipe for long bean chicken noodles that is perfect for a lazy evening.


Stash from The Spamwise Chronicles from New York, USA, shares a recipe for braised lettuce, that nowdays forgotten French classic, served this time with peas, young onions, baby squash and mint.

Eve from The Garden of Eating  from Woodstock, NY, shares a lovely recipe for roasted fennel.


Elly from Nutmegs, seven from
Cambridge has rarely and very little time to make desserts, however now she shares a gorgeous recipe for a greengage and almond cake.


Sra from When My Soup Came Alive from India, shares a recipe for a curry with drumsticks. Curious? Check it out!


Elizabeth from OUR Kitchen from Toronto, Canada shares a recipe that is just perfect for a hot summer evening: lemongrass chicken on vermicelli rice noodles.


Rinku from  Cooking in Westchester from Westchester County, New York brought a recipe for a refreshing Chilled Cucumber and Tomato Soup.



Haalo from Cook (almost) Anything at Least Once from Melbourne, Australia was craving for Sformato di Broccoli, that is similar to a soufflé, but it is much easier to get it right.

 
Cinzia from Cindystar from the Garda Lake, Italy shares a unique entry for a body scrub.

Finally my entry with sour cherries:


Thank you all for participating! I hope you had as much fun as I did hosting.  See you next time!

4 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A lovely roundup!

Cheers,

Rosa

sra said...

Thanks a lot for the round-up!

Haalo said...

What a gorgeously delicious roundup! Your cherry cake has me longing for the season to start here.

Margaret Polaneczky, MD (aka TBTAM) said...

Thanks for including me. A fabulous round up of recipes, can't wait tot try them!

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