WHB #226: Recap

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29 marzo 2010


The recap day is finally arrived. We have recipes with chives, coriander, marjoram, mint, parsley and we will learn about banana blossoms, cangkuk manis and cherry blossoms.
Thank you all for your incredible entries!

Weekend Herb BloggingWeekend 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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Vietnamese Banana Blossom & Squid SaladAnna of Morsels & Musings writes from Sydney, Australia and prepared a Vietnamese Banana Blossom & Squid Salad: she has my gratitude, because I just bought some banana blossoms and now I know that I can try her amazing recipe.


Roasted Broccoli with Tangy Feta DressingWinnie of Healthy Green Kitchen writes from New Paltz, NY and prepared a Roasted Broccoli with Tangy Feta Dressing with garlic and parsley, that looks like a healthy treat.


Chicken Pad ThaiMarisa of The Creative Pot writes from South Africa cooked Chicken Pad Thai and teaches us how to prepare the perfect and quick chicken pad.


Stir-Fried Cangkuk ManisAnnie of House of Annie writes from Kuching, Sawawak, Malaysia and cooked a Stir-Fried Cangkuk Manis: I added Cangkuk Manis to my seeds list for the next year sowing!


Citrus Salad with a Cinnamon Yogurt DressingSaveur (Janet) of The Taste Space writes from Canada and cooked a Citrus Salad with a Cinnamon Yogurt Dressing, a fresh amazing salad with mint, pistachio nuts and raisins.


Orange MarmaladeCinzia of Cindystar from Bardolino, Garda Lake, Italy, shares with us the recipe for Orange Marmalade, a traditional british recipe, quick and tasty.


Strawberry and Balsamic Sorbet in Lemon ShellsOz of Kitchen Butterfly writes from The Netherlands and prepared a Strawberry and Balsamic Sorbet in Lemon Shells, a gorgeus recipe inspired by a painting.


Zucchini and almond sauteKatie of Eat This writes from Haslett, MI and prepared Zucchini and almond saute, with barely cooked zucchini, that you can cut by hand... or not.


Baby Squid & Shrimp in Spicy Tomato SauceCynthia of Kitchen Slave writes from Vancouver and cooked a Baby Squid & Shrimp in Spicy Tomato Sauce with gochujang, a korean red pepper paste.


Marinated Lamb LoinsThe WHB handler, Haalo of Cook (almost) Anything at Least Once cooked Marinated Lamb Loins with coriander, an herb that usually divide people: do you like it or not? I grow it, and I can't never have enough of it.


Moroccan-style Chicken with CouscousElizabeth of blog from OUR kitchen writes from Toronto, Canada and cooked a Moroccan-style Chicken with Couscous, based on the traditional chicken tagine recipe.


Tomato and egg flower soupChristine of Kits Chow writes from Vancouver, Canada and cooked a Tomato and egg flower soup, a warm soup with cilantro.


Pineapple, grapefruit and lime marmaladeBrii of Briiblog in english writes from Valsorda, Italy and prepared Pineapple, grapefruit and lime marmalade, an interesting fruit mix.


Cherry Blossom TeaSusan of The Well-Seasoned Cook prepared Cherry Blossom Tea, a tea made with gorgeous and precious Japanese blossoms.


Cheese Roll-Ups with Walnuts and MarjoramThis is my entry, Cheese Roll-Ups with Walnuts and Marjoram. It's one of the recipes from my 20 appetizers lunch, I hope you are not bored, there are many appetizer recipes that I will post soon.

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Autore: Haalo (URL)
29/03/2010

Thanks so much for hosting Graziana - it s a beautiful array of dishes!


Autore: Susan (URL)
29/03/2010

Delicious recipes! I ve met some intriguing ingredients which I ve never used before. Thanks for hosting.

(I don t see my cherry blossom tea entry. Was having email problems last week - might have gotten lost in space. Please check. I can send it again. Thanks.)


Autore: Elizabeth (URL)
29/03/2010

Thank you, Graziana, for this delicious looking display.

-Elizabeth


(We love coriander too and like to grow it even though it bolts almost immediately. The flavour of garden fresh coriander is so wonderful!)


Autore: Nate @ House of Annie (URL)
29/03/2010

Thanks for hosting! Wonderful looking recipes here!


Autore: Cynthia (URL)
29/03/2010

Thank you for hosting! This is a great roundup. I can t wait to try some of the recipes included!


Autore: Anna (URL)
30/03/2010

thanks for hosting us all and i look forward to your banana blossom experiments. be sure to email me when you ve posted it!


Autore: Graziana
30/03/2010

Thank you for all your incredible entries, it s always a pleasure to host WHB


Autore: brii (URL)
30/03/2010

ciaooo graziana!
thank s for hosting...will try janet s salad immediately!
:))
have a nice herbal week, dear
baciusss


Autore: cinzia (URL)
31/03/2010

grazie per queste meraviglie, un altra interessantissima raccolta!
ti auguro una serena e gioiosa Pasqua!
al prossimo WHB!


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