Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Round-Up: Weekend Herb Blogging #213

Weekend Herb Blogging celebrates the flavors and textures of herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Each week a different blogger takes responsibility for summarizing the delicious and nutritious recipes posted to Weekend Herb Blogging in the preceding week. This week it’s my turn.

Italian-inspired Fig Carpaccio from Australia, Middle Eastern-style Grilled Eggplant with Yogurt-Mint Sauce from Canada, and Swedish Ginger Cookies from Italy are a few of last week’s tasty dishes.  Their names alone, even without reading the fascinating posts accompanying the recipes, illustrate the multi-cultural, multi-national nature of Weekend Herb Blogging.

Without further ado, here’s this week’s round-up:

Saveur of The Taste Space
Toronto, Canada
Graziana of Erbe in Cucina (Cooking with Herbs)
Italy
Columbus, Ohio, United States

Elizabeth of Blog from OUR Kitchen
Toronto, Canada

New Paltz, New York, United States

Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States


Yeoh Cheng Huann of Eat.Read.Live
Singapore
California, United States
Haalo of Cook (Almost) Anything at Least Once
Melbourne, Australia

New York, United States
Mangocheeks of Allotment 2 Kitchen
Scotland
Cinzia of Cindystar
Lake Garda, Italy
Brii of Brii’s Blog
Lake Garda, Italy


Pepparkakor
(Swedish Ginger Cookies)

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Next week Weekend Herb Blogging will be hosted by Haalo of Cook (Almost) Anything at Least Once. Haalo is the coordinator of WHB, having generously taken over the responsibility from Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen who created WHB. If you want to participate, please send your entries to whb AT cookalmostanything DOT com by 3pm Utah time, Sunday, December 20, 2009.

9 comments:

Winnie said...

Beautiful job on the round-up...thank you so much Laurie!

Mediterranean kiwi said...

some of those swedish ginger cookies would be nice right now with my coffee

Haalo said...

Fabulous recap Laurie and so many wonderfully clever recipes, thanks again for hosting especially in such difficult conditions

Cindystar said...

thanks again for hosting, laurie, great recap with so many new ideas!
hope everything is getting well by now, a big hug!

mangocheeks said...

Thak you so much for hosting Laurie. Hope all is well on the home front now.

Susan said...

Thanks very much, Laurie, for hosting, particularly since you had a home emergency hitting at the same time. It's a lot to juggle. Hope everything is cool, calm, collected, and dry now.

Caleb said...

I found your food blog going through a few links. Glad I ran into it. Didn’t know that the food blog/recipe community was so big online. I love your posts!

I was wondering if you would like to exchange links. I’ll drop yours on my site and you drop mine on yours. Email at ramendays@yahoo.com or stop by my site and drop a comment. Let me know if you would like to do a link exchange.

Cheers,
Caleb
http://www.ramendays.com

Suzanne said...

mmmm...pumpkin and cranberry cookies! can i have one?

Beth said...

the oatmeal spice cake looks yummy..i'm a sucker for any kind of spice cake :o)