Friday, February 20, 2009

Round-Up: Weekend Herb Blogging #172

It was my turn to host Weekend Herb Blogging this week. We had an interesting group of entries as diverse as their creators' homelands. Many thanks to all who participated.

JS and TS of
[Eating Club] Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia, British Columbia

Café Latte with Almond Milk

Chriesi of Almond Corner
Zurich, Switzerland

Savoy Cabbage Stew

Ning of Heart and Hearth
Manila, Philippines

Chrysanthemum Tea

Christine of Kits Chow
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Four Lilies Soup

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

Middle Eastern Bean Salad with Parsley and Lemon (Balela)

Maria of Organically Cooked
Hania, Crete, Greece

Greek Cabbage Rolls (Lahanodolmades)

Rachel of The Crispy Cook
Schuylerville, New York, United States

Salad of Salted Seaweed Knots

Laurie of Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska
Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Za’atar Spice Blend and 5 Recipes for Using Za’atar

Joanne of Eats Well With Others
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Roasted Butternut Squash and Guacamole Sandwich

Cinzia of Cindystar
Bardolino, Lake Garda, Italy

Salsa Verde (Italian Green Sauce)

Haalo of Cook (Almost) Anything at Least Once
Melbourne, Australia

Sharmistha of Cook-a Doodle-do
Andhra Pradesh, India

Brii of Brii’s Blog
Valsorda, Lake Garda, Italy

Apples and Prune Chutney

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, March 8, 2009.


Anonymous said...

Thanks Laurie for the delicious round-up! Will check them out now... :)

chriesi said...

Great round up!

Maria Verivaki said...

this particularly event never fails to please
thanks for your efforts

Rachel said...

The photography is really outstanding with this WHB roundup. Thanks for hosting, Laurie! And pass me a cup of that Chrysanthemum Tea, Ning!

brii said...

laurie I know your sound a sleep..
thank's for hosting, very interesting round up!
must try the Za'atar!!
have a nice week

Anonymous said...

Scrumptious-loooking roundup!


Cindystar said...

Thank you, Laurie, very interesting round up!
so many new things I never met before, I like most Chrysanthemum Tea, Four Lilies Soup and Za'atar!
Have a nice week, cheers!

Kalyn Denny said...

Thanks so much for hosting, and again a very interesting collection of dishes. I love seeing new things I haven't heard of before!

Joanne said...

This looks like a mouthwatering roundup! Thanks for hosting.

Núria said...

Ups! I didn't know you were hosting... aaaaahhhhghghgh, I'm a little bit in the clouds lately.

The round up looks amazing, such good recipes :D

TS of eatingclub vancouver said...

Great round-up! The photos are so nice and big in this one! =)

KC said...

Thanks Laurie. That is a great roundup! The variety of dishes is outstanding.

Karen said...

Some very unusual recipes here... I've tabbed 5 of them to go look at. They all look wonderful :)

Chris said...
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Chris said...

Loving so many of these! Thanks for hosting, Laurie!!

Laurie Constantino said...

This was a fun roundup because there were so many unusual entries! Glad you all liked it!!

Mediterranean Turkish Cook said...

What a variety! Great diversity in these entries!

CaliforniaKat said...

I love these round-ups because it gives me a sampling of the best of different dishes, colors and flavors all at once. Thanks! :)