Monday, May 30, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #286 Hosting

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This week Huan from Eat.Read.Live is the host of Weekend Herb Blogging.

The rules are simple - post about any herb, fruit, vegetable, flower or plant. Your post can be informative, spotlight a particular ingredient and/or include a recipe where your chosen ingredient is one of the primary ingredients in the recipe.

You can post anytime during the week but remember to email your host by the deadline.

Send your email to toolietallie AT gmail DOT com
with WHB#286 in the subject line and the following details:
  • Your Name
  • Your Blog Name/URL
  • Your Post URL
  • Your Location
  • A photo: 400px wide
Entries must be received by:
  • 3pm Sunday - Utah Time
  • 10pm Sunday - London Time
  • 11pm Sunday - Rome Time
  • 7am Monday - Melbourne (Aus)Time

You can also keep up with the Italian version of WHB - Hosted this week by Marta from Mangiare รจ un po' come viaggiare

Monday, May 23, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #285 Hosting


This week Graziana from Erbe in Cucina (Cooking with Herbs) will be hosting Weekend Herb Blogging.

It's very easy to join in - you have the week to post about any herb, fruit, vegetable, flower, nut, seed or grain - in fact if it is plant based we'd love to know more.

Your post can be informative, spotlight a particular ingredient and/or include a recipe where your chosen ingredient is one of the primary ingredients in the recipe. To find out more just check out the rules.

Entries need to be submitted by the following times:
  • 3pm Sunday - Utah Time
  • 10pm Sunday - London Time
  • 11pm Sunday - Rome Time
  • 7am Monday - Melbourne (Aus) DS Time

Send your posts to scrivi AT erbeincucina DOT it
with WHB#285 as the subject and the following details
  • Your Name
  • Your Blog/URL
  • Your Post URL
  • Your Location
  • A photo, 300 px wide
You can also join in with the Italian version of Weekend Herb Blogging hosted by Simona from Simona's Kitchen.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Rum Babas

Lynne from Cafe Lynnylu is hosting this edition of Weekend Herb Blogging and this week I've found some lovely dried blueberries.

dried blueberries© by Haalo

Monday, May 16, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #284 Hosting


This week Lynne from Cafe Lynnylu will be hosting Weekend Herb Blogging.

While it's called Weekend Herb Blogging we don't limit ourselves to just posts dealing with herbs - we celebrate vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, flowers, grains - in fact if it is plant based, then we'll love to hear more.

Your posts can either be informative and/or include a recipe where your featured ingredient is the main ingredient of the dish. If you've found a new way to cook an old ingredient or discovered a new ingredient, you're more than welcome to share it with WHB.

Posts can be written anytime during the week but need to be sent to the host by the appropriate deadlines. You can find more information by checking out the WHB rules.

Send your entries to lynnylu AT gmail DOT com
with WHB#284 in subject line and the following details:

  • Your Name
  • Your Blog Name/URL
  • Your Post URL
  • Your location
  • A photo: 400px wide

Your entries need to be received by:

  • 3pm Sunday - Utah Time
  • 10pm Sunday - London Time
  • 11pm Sunday - Rome Time
  • 7am Monday - Melbourne DS Time


If you're looking for even more WHB, then Terry from Crumpets & Co is hosting the Italian version.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Carrot and Cumin Fritters

Simona from Briciole is hosting both the Italian and English versions of Weekend Herb Blogging but there's an extra special celebration as Simona's blog turns 4! Congratulations on the milestone and I hope there's many more years of tasty delights in store for us.

This week for WHB I'll be turning my attention to carrots.

Carrots© by Haalo


Monday, May 09, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #283 Hosting



Simona from Briciole will be hosting both the English and Italian versions of Weekend Herb Blogging and this week Simona has a lovely surprise in store for us - to find out exactly what it is be sure to check out her hosting announcement.

If you'd like to join in, the rules are simple - post about any herb, fruit, vegetable, nut, seed, flower - in fact if it is plant based then we'd love to hear more.

Your post can be informative - spotlight a particular ingredient and include information about how they are used in cooked and/or include a recipe where your chosen ingredient is one of the primary ingredients in the recipe. You can find further information on the rules page.

Entries must be submitted by:
  • 3pm Sunday - Utah Time
  • 10pm Sunday - London Time
  • 11pm Sunday - Rome Time
  • 7am Monday - Melbourne (Aus) DS Time
Send your posts to simosite AT mac DOT com
with WHB#283 in the subject line and the following details:
  • Your name
  • Your Blog/URL
  • Your Post URL
  • Your Location
  • Attach a Photo: 400px wide

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Scandinavian Apple Cake

Astrid from Paulchens Foodblog is hosting this edition of Weekend Herb Blogging and this week I'm looking at what must be my favourite variety of apple - Royal Gala

Royal Gala Apple© by Haalo

Friday, May 06, 2011

Whitebait fritters

One of the things I especially love in Italy is the produce, that's not to denigrate the produce found here in australia, there are just some things we don't get and if we do they are quite pricey and not necessary at their best.

Proper whitebait or bianchetti are one of those things. Sure, you can find things called whitebait at the fishmongers but they look more like sardines. What I'm referring to are those itsy bitsy almost silverfish sized whitebait - you can buy them but they are usually frozen and from New Zealand.

In all my time I've never seen them here (perhaps I've been looking in the wrong places) so imagine my surprise when I found these local whitebait happily sitting on display at the fishmongers.


whitebait© by Haalo

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Breakfast Orange Cake

When I first spotted this recipe by Philippe Mouchel for a "Breakfast Orange Cake" I knew that I was going to make it. Surprisingly, it wasn't because the idea of having a cake for breakfast seems awfully naughty and just the type of thing I'd do. No, the reason was that it would give me the opportunity to immediately use this jar of dried orange peel I'd just bought.

sweet orange peel© by Haalo


Monday, May 02, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #282 Hosting


This week we welcome back Astrid from Paulchens Foodblog to host Weekend Herb Blogging.

To participate:

The rules are simple - post about any herb, fruit, seed, nut, vegetable, flower or plant. Your post can be informative, spotlight a particular ingredient and/or include a recipe where your chosen ingredient is one of the primary ingredients in the recipe.

Entries must be submitted by:
  • 3pm Sunday - Utah Time
  • 10pm Sunday - London Time
  • 11pm Sunday - Rome Time
  • 7am Monday - Melbourne (Aus) Time

Send your email to foodblog AT paulchens DOT org
with WHB#282 in the subject and the following details:
  • Your Name
  • Your Blog Name/URL
  • Your Post URL
  • Your Location
  • A photo: 400px wide
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