WHB #202: Recap
September 28, 2009
The recap day is arrived. We have recipes with ajwain, coriander, parsley, thai basil and we will learn about apples, azuki beans, black pepper, dates, mountain pine, tomatoes.
Thank you all for your entries!
Weekend Herb Blogging is an event started by Kalyn from Kalyn's Kitchen and now handled by Haalo from Cook (almost) anything at least once.
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Anna of Morsels & Musings writes from Sydney, Australia and baked a Sticky Date Pudding & Butterscotch Sauce, a delicious cake that was popular in Sidney during 90's. She also provides many information about dates.
The foundress of WHB, Kalyn of Kalyn's Kitchen prepared Tomatillo Salsa with Roasted Green Chile, Cilantro, and Lime. I wish I had grown tomatillo this year to try it!
Katie of Eat This writes from Haslett, MI and prepared Crock pot applesauce, made with a selection of Gala, Empire, Courtland and Jonathan apples.
Pam of Sidewalk Shoes had some frozen Parsley Pesto, and used it in Roasted Green Beans and Tomatoes with Parsley Pesto.
Brii of Briiblog in english writes from Valsorda, Italy. She told me that she's really busy in this time of the year, but she find the time to prepare Mountain pine syrup and Mountain pine grappa, both perfect for the winter.
Raji of Sunday afternoons writes from Silicon Valley, California and shares with us her Pepper Lore, an interesting informative post about the Black Pepper.
The WHB handler, Haalo of Cook (almost) Anything at Least Once wrote about azuki beans, a legume similar to black-eyed pea, perfect for the recipe Sweet Azuki Bean Paste.
Sandhya Hariharan from the blog Sandhya's Kitchen shares with us her Coriander Roti, an easy and quick roti recipe that uses fresh coriander and ajwain seeds.
Cinzia of Cindystar from Bardolino, Garda Lake, Italy, used her last ripe tomatoes in a Tomato and Parmesan Tart, a delicious savory tart that her children ate in no time.
One last minute entry: Stash of The Spamwise Chronicles from New York, NY, teaches us how to prepare slow roasted tomatoes, and used them in the recipe Corn fritters with slow-roasted tomatoes and fromage blanc.
This is my entry, Thai Basil Pesto. I tought that thai basil aroma was too strong for pesto... lucky me that I tried it anyway!
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