Feb 01 2008

Taste&Create VI – T&C December/January Round-Up

Published by myamii at 6:00 am under Recipe Reviews, Reviews, Taste&Create

All submissions for the December/January Round-Up of Taste&Create are finally in! We had an amazing turn out! I’m really happy we are growing! A few people didn’t show up, so if you blogged about your partner’s dish and I didn’t get it, please send it to me so I can update this post! Before we get to all the great posts… I’d like to announce T&C VI. This takes place every month, and the round-up is posted on the 1st day of the following month.
What it’s all about: community, sharing, tasting, and blogging.This is a gathering point for the food-blogger community to come and have their recipes tested by their peers.
How you can T&C:

  1. Leave a COMMENT by February 7, 2008, and include:
    • your name
    • the name of your blog
    • your blog’s address
    • your email address
  2. I will email you by February 10th with your partner’s info, and I will edit this post and put up the partners list at the bottom. If you do not receive an email by February 11th, please look here for your partner and check your spam folder to see if the email was sent there!
  3. You will:
    • Browse through your partner’s yummy blog entries, and pick out one dish that looks really interesting to you
    • Create the dish you’ve chosen
    • Taste it and tell us what you think (aka – blog about it)!
    • Don’t forget you have to include a photo – so snap away!
  4. Email your entry by February 23, 2008 with
    • your name
    • the name of your blog
    • the name of the dish you created on your partner’s blog
    • your permalink
    • 1 photo of your re-creation (just some legal blah blah: I reserve the right to blog with your image, even for commercial purposes. I’m not planning to sell it or anything, but my husband thinks I should add this.)
    • sum up the dish in 1 phrase
    • send your emails to: myamii@rezimo.com
  5. In your post please include a link to this post and/or include the T&C logo, so we can get the word out and have others join in the fun.
  6. Your personal blog entry doesn’t have to be in English, but please make sure that your “summed up phrase” is.

Now, to the good stuff!!

This is what we came up with this month:

Dana from Dulcedo blogged about Seduction Meals’ Lobster & Corn Chowder. Dana says “This chowder is particularly good because you can actually taste all of the individual ingredients you are supposed to taste, from the chives to the celery to the seafood — delicious!”


Dorit from prettybaking in Israel blogged about Bounteous Bites’ Coco-Nutty-Prune Candy. Dorit says “Fits me and our holiday like a glove!”

Ben from What’s cooking? blogged about Cupcake Project’s Margarita Cupcakes. Ben says “Cupcakes gone wild”.

Apu from Annarasa blogged about Hey, That Tastes Good!’s Cranberry Orange Relish. Apu says “Deliciously inspiring!!”

Dolores from Chronicles in Culinary Curiosity blogged about Other People’s Food’s Miso Glazed (Halibut) with Roasted (Winter Vegetables). Dolores says “A brilliant balance of sweet and salty, with a clean tart finish from the lemon, caramelized to perfection under a broiler. MUCH less fussy and far less time consuming than Martha’s version or Nobu’s, this is going to be my go-to miso glaze.”

Allison from Sushi Day blogged about The Skinny Gourmet’s Baked Potato Soup. Allison says “Delicious! But better without the beer.”

Chelsea of Rolling in Dough blogged about Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska’s Rosemary Bread. Chelsea says “A wonderfully moist bread, good with everything from eggs to peanut butter!”

Namratha from Finger Licking Food blogged about Tart Reform’s Marble Pound Cake. Namratha says “Hard to share Marble Pound Cake”.

Dhivya from Culinary Bazzar blogged about A Veggie Venture’s Maple Ginger Sweet Potatoes. Dhivya says “The recipe was innovative, healthy and tasty!”

Gay from A scientist in the kitchen blogged about More Than Burnt Toast’s Lumberjack Hash. Gay says “The verdict? The addition of green bell is inspired, infusing the dish with its distinct flavor and aroma. This is a very filling dish paired with garlic fried rice and will certainly appear again in our breakfast table not just on New Year’s Day!”

Steph from a whisk and a spoon blogged about We [heart] Food’s Turkey Chili. Steph says “easy to make and very flavorful”.

Lalaine from The Cook Mobile blogged about For the Love of Food’s Spicy Buffalo Wings. Lalaine says “A nice platter of Buffalo Wings!”

Stef from Cupcake Project blogged about What’s cooking?’s Pumpkin Chili. Stef says “The pumpkin chili was fantastic. The combination of flavors was perfect: spicy but not too spicy with just a touch of sweet.”

Abby from Eat the Right Stuff blogged about elly says opa’s Youvarlakia. Abby says “comfort food with a twist!”

Chris from We [heart] Food blogged about a whisk and a spoon’s Cranberry Bliss Cupcakes. Chris says “A delicious, and humbling, experience”.

Elly from Elly Says Opa! blogged about Eat the Right Stuff’s Courgette & Lemon Risotto. Elly says “a fresh, light take on a comfort classic”.

Katie B. from Other People’s Food blogged about Chronicles in Culinary Curiosity’s Ricotta and Besciamella Lasagna. Katie B. says “Satisfying and delicious!”

Amy from Tart Reform blogged about Finger Licking Food’s Pita and Falafel. Amy says “While there was an itty-bitty typo in the pita recipe, both recipes were great. Everyone loved them. Most people thought the pita was really good store bought pita until I told them. The falafels were nice and dense, crispy on the outside, warm and smooshy on the inside. De-lish.”

Terry from Seduction Meals blogged about Dulcedo’s Mexican Wedding Cookies. Terry says “Melt-in-your-mouth Delicious!”

Laurie from Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska blogged about Rolling in Dough’s Spicy Squash Soup. Laurie says “Chelsea Greigh’s Spicy Squash Soup is a winner. Its rich spicing counteracts the tendency of winter squash to be overly sweet.”

Val from More Than Burnt Toast blogged about A scientist in the kitchen’s Creamy Linguine. Val says “This dish was very tasty. It was kind of a twist on both a Carbonara and an Alfredo. I loved the addition of the tomatoes and the bacon which added another dimension to the pasta dish.”

Erin from The Skinny Gourmet blogged about Sushi Day’s Mango Salsa Sushi. Erin says “This beautiful east-meets-south fusion maki is a unique and memorable flavor combination that I will definitely make again. It would be a great show-stopper served along with more traditional makis, like tuna maki, salmon maki, or even California roll. The presentation is a bit advanced, and not for the faint of heart, but will definitely impress if you pull it off!”

Nicole (me) from For the Love of Food blogged about The Cook Mobile’s Shrimp & Chicken Fried Rice. Nicole says “so delicious that we fought over it.”

The partner list: (Feb 10th: I will email this list and update it with links tomorrow. My baby has the stomach flu and I’m just exhausted.)
Glorious Food & Wine & Supper in Stereo

Prettybaking in Israel & Ma che ti se mangiato

Culinary Curiosity & Cupcake Project

Laura Rebecca’s Kitchen & A Cracking Good Egg

Sweets by Sarah & Annarasa

Kittens in the Kitchen & A Southern Grace

a whisk and a spoon & Cherrapeno

Eat the Right Stuff & A scientist in the kitchen

Columbus Foodie & Tart Reform

PheMOMenon & Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska

We [heart] Food & Is there no way out of the mind?

Fingerlicking Food & Equal Opportunity Kitchen

More Than Burnt Toast & What’s Cooking?

Sugar & Spice & grapes and oranges

Live to Eat & One Hot Stove

Sushi Day & The Floured Apron

Other People’s Food & Cooking from A to Z

The Allergic Kid & Greedy Gourmet

Running with Tweezers & For the Love of Food

Kopiaste & For the Love of Food

Yes, I realize I have 2 partners.  Since we were an odd number and I want to play too, I took 2 partners.

My site was nominated for Best Food Blog!

54 responses so far

54 Responses to “Taste&Create VI – T&C December/January Round-Up”

  1. Doloreson 01 Feb 2008 at 8:29 am

    Count me in for February!

  2. KJon 01 Feb 2008 at 9:59 am

    i’d like to participate.

    KJ
    A Cracking Good Egg
    http://www.crackinggoodegg.blogspot.com
    kjkjkjenator@gmail.com

  3. Stefon 01 Feb 2008 at 3:00 pm

    I’m excited to do this again!

    http://www.cupcakeproject.com

  4. a. graceon 01 Feb 2008 at 3:06 pm

    i wanna play!

  5. Nupuron 01 Feb 2008 at 3:22 pm

    What a delicious event this is! I would love to play too:
    Name: Nupur
    Name of blog: One Hot Stove
    Blog’s address: http://onehotstove.blogspot.com/
    Email address: nupurDOTkitturATgmailDOTcom

  6. [...] myamii wrote an interesting post today on Taste&Create VI – T&C December/January Round-UpHere’s a quick excerptChelsea says “A wonderfully moist bread, good with everything from eggs to peanut butter!” Namratha from Finger Licking Food blogged about Tart Reform’s Marble Pound Cake. Namratha says “Hard to share Marble Pound Cake”. … [...]

  7. Benon 01 Feb 2008 at 5:05 pm

    Great entries this month. Count me in for February, I am getting addicted to this :D

  8. Namrathaon 01 Feb 2008 at 6:53 pm

    I thoroughly enjoyed taking part the last time, do count me in for this time too! :)

    Name:Namratha

    Blog Name: Finger Licking Food

    Blog Link: http://fingerlickingfood.blogspot.com

    Email: sweetnams@gmail.com

  9. Allisonon 01 Feb 2008 at 10:22 pm

    As always, I’m in again! Oh, and I know my partner for this Taste and Create did post a recipe from Sushi Day… so hopefully she will email you about it soon! :)

  10. Katie B.on 01 Feb 2008 at 10:49 pm

    I’d love to play again!

    Katie B.
    Other People’s Food
    http://otherpeoplesfood.blogspot.com
    otherpeoplesfood(at)gmail(dot)com

    Thanks!!!

  11. stephon 02 Feb 2008 at 4:00 am

    i’ll be there next time!

    steph
    a whisk and a spoon
    http://awhiskandaspoon.wordpress.com
    awhiskandaspoon@gmail.com

    round-up looks great! thanks!

  12. Michelleon 02 Feb 2008 at 12:08 pm

    I’m back! :-)

    Michelle
    Greedy Gourmet
    http://www.greedygourmet.com
    michelle@greedygourmet.com

  13. A scientist in the kitchenon 02 Feb 2008 at 2:28 pm

    I’m in again,

    Gay
    A scientist in the kitchen
    http://ascientistinthekitchen.net
    mgccarrillo@gmail.com

  14. Bellini Vallion 02 Feb 2008 at 8:03 pm

    Please include me once again into the lineup for next month. I love this event as always. It was such fun to make something from Gay’s blog a Scientist in the Kitchen!!

    My blog is http://morethanburnttoast.blogspot.com
    vallih@telus.net

    Val

  15. Amyon 04 Feb 2008 at 11:21 pm

    Amy
    Tart Reform
    http://www.tartreform.blogspot.com
    amybwolf@umd.edu

  16. Amyon 04 Feb 2008 at 11:21 pm

    oops, forgot to say “I’m in again!”

  17. Chrison 05 Feb 2008 at 9:06 pm

    I’m in again as well… :)

    Chris
    We [Heart] Food
    http://www.weheartfood.com

  18. Sarahon 05 Feb 2008 at 10:26 pm

    Count me in!

    Sarah
    Sweets By Sarah
    http://www.sweetsbysarah.blogspot.com
    armstrsb(at)hotmail(dot)com

  19. Psychgradon 05 Feb 2008 at 11:58 pm

    I’d like to participate!

    Psychgrad
    Equal Opportunity Kitchen
    http://eatfordinner.blogspot.com
    bloggingwagon(at)hotmail(dot)com

  20. Libbyon 06 Feb 2008 at 12:12 am

    What a wonderful event! Please count me in for the next one!

    The Allergic Kid
    http://www.allergickid.blogspot.com
    allergiesmom(at)gmail(dot)com

  21. Columbus Foodieon 06 Feb 2008 at 1:10 am

    This sounds like a brilliant event! Count me in.

    your name: Becke
    the name of your blog: Columbus Foodie
    your blog’s address: http://www.columbusfoodie.com/
    your email address: columbusfoodieATgmailDOTcom

  22. Kelly Schmickleon 06 Feb 2008 at 1:25 am

    I’d like to be a part of Feb’s Taste & Create!

    Kelly
    Is there no way out of the mind?
    http://kags99.blogspot.com
    kellyschmickle@gmail.com

    Looks like fun!

  23. Michelleon 06 Feb 2008 at 1:52 am

    Michelle
    http://chelley325.wordpress.com (Sugar & Spice)
    cookingcutie@gmail.com

  24. Apuon 06 Feb 2008 at 3:21 am

    your name: Apu
    the name of your blog: Annarasa
    your blog’s address: http://annarasaessenceoffood.blogspot.com/
    your email address: annarasa@gmail.com

    Count me in! I am however a bit confused about the nature of the new legal disclaimer. I would assume in good faith that if you did indeed intend to use images copyrighted by the author, you will seek permission in advance.
    Thanx,

    Apu:)

  25. Sigon 06 Feb 2008 at 6:14 am

    What a cool idea! I am in…
    your name: Sig
    the name of your blog: Live to Eat
    your blog’s address: http://blog.sigsiv.com
    your email address: maillivetoeat@gmail.com

  26. Doriton 06 Feb 2008 at 10:46 am

    Love to go at it again!!
    Name – Dorit
    blog – Pretty Baking In Israel
    url – prettybakinginisrael.blogspot.com
    mail – doritam1@gmail.com

  27. myamiion 06 Feb 2008 at 1:47 pm

    Apu: Yes, you are correct. I will always ask the copy write holder permission. My husband is just worried that someone may try to sue me if I make money with my blog int eh future. For example, with some Creative Commons licenses you can forbid people to make money off of their work and only provide it for free. So, if I make money with advertising and it is somehow linked back to a taste&create with a copywrited photo, I could be screwed.
    I’m not to kean on it…

  28. Laurie Constantinoon 06 Feb 2008 at 1:52 pm

    Yes, please!
    Laurie
    Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska
    medcookingalaska.blogspot.com
    tasteslikehome@hotmail.com

    But like Apu, I don’t agree that you in any way hold a copyright on my images and don’t believe you have the right to use other people’s images at all except to post a round-up of this event. I don’t mean that to be harsh in any way, it’s just that I believe all bloggers own the rights to their own images and don’t lose those rights by participating in another blogger’s event.

  29. tamion 06 Feb 2008 at 3:55 pm

    i would love to take part!

    name: tami
    blog: running with tweezers
    website address: http://www.runningwithtweezers.com
    email: runningwithtweezers@gmail.com

    thanks :)

  30. kittieon 06 Feb 2008 at 4:47 pm

    This sounds great, can I join?!? :D

    Name: kittie
    Blog: Kittens in the Kitchen
    URL: http://kittensinthekitchen.blogspot.com/
    mail: kittieskitchen@googlemail.com

  31. Nicismeon 06 Feb 2008 at 5:08 pm

    Please add me to the list!

    Name: Nicisme
    Blog: Cherrapeno
    URL: http://cherrapeno.blogspot.com/
    mail:cherrapeno at gmail dot com

  32. Rossellaon 06 Feb 2008 at 5:31 pm

    Count me for February.
    I’ll translate in english my recipes under request, no problem

    your name : Rossella
    the name of your blog : Ma che ti se mangiato
    your blog’s address : http://machetiseimangiato.wordpress.com/
    email: rori.rori@libero.it

  33. hanneon 06 Feb 2008 at 5:37 pm

    I’d love to participate too!

    Name: Hanne
    Blog: Supper in Stereo
    URL: http://www.supperinstereo.com
    Mail: hbjornstad at gmail dot com

  34. andreeaon 06 Feb 2008 at 7:02 pm

    phes, i made it this time around :)
    i’d love to participate, so here it goes:
    Name: Andreea
    Blog: Glorious Food and Wine
    URL: http://www.onfoodandwine.com
    Email: andreeainbxl at hotmail dot com

  35. Kaykaton 07 Feb 2008 at 10:07 am

    I’m in for the next round. This is a really fun event!

    -K

    Kaykat
    Cooking from A to Z
    http://cookingfromatoz.blogspot.com
    Email: krishkat [at] gmail [dot] com

  36. Karinaon 08 Feb 2008 at 2:00 am

    I would love to join!

    Karina
    The Floured Apron
    http://theflouredapron.wordpress.com
    email: theflouredapron@gmail.com

  37. Laura Rebeccaon 08 Feb 2008 at 3:42 am

    I’d love to give this a go! What a great idea :)

    Laura Rebecca
    Laura Rebecca’s Kitchen
    http://LauraRebeccasKitchen.blogspot.com
    email: LauraRebeccasKitchen[at]gmail[dot]com

  38. abbyon 08 Feb 2008 at 7:20 pm

    i’m late – can you squeeze one more in this month?!? fingers crossed!

  39. [...] I really want to start another food blog. I have been wanting to for a while, because I want somewhere to write about all my other non-sushi cooking that I do. (Yes, I DO make food other than sushi! I promise! ) Plus, I kinda feel bad when I post about non-sushi stuff on here (like Taste and Create and other events that I have been considering doing) so I would rather put that kind of stuff in a general food blog. I guess the only thing that’s stopping me is that I’m not sure if I would have the time, and I don’t know if people would read it. Would you guys read it? Or would it just be one more food blog in a sea of too many? I promise I won’t be upset if you tell me you wouldn’t read it! [...]

  40. [...] is where events like Taste and Create becomes important., an opportunity to show our appreciation for our fellow bloggers. It is a blog [...]

  41. Nagson 20 Feb 2008 at 12:38 pm

    i want to take part in the next one! when are the dates in march?

  42. Analion 20 Feb 2008 at 4:54 pm

    What a cool idea! I don’t know how I missed this event, but it would be fun to try if you do it again. Oh and you have a beautiful Zazzle gallery by the way!

  43. [...] an intro: this month I signed up for a great event called Taste & Create, at For the Love of Food. Participants get matched up with another blog, and you both go through [...]

  44. Zlamushkaon 24 Feb 2008 at 9:40 am

    i wanna play too. i just found out about the event. What a fun. When is the next round, please? You should submit your event to Sticky Date or Is My Blog Burning. That way, other bloggers would be introduced. Love the idea.

  45. [...] that time again! Yep, that’s right, it’s time for Taste and Create V!! This month, I was paired up with Karina from The Floured Apron. She is a very new food blogger as [...]

  46. Shellaon 25 Feb 2008 at 11:06 am

    Hey great idea…I love it. I know I am past this month’s event, but next time I would like to participte

  47. Laura Rebeccaon 26 Feb 2008 at 12:36 am

    Oh no! I didn’t get an email (spam filter?) so I really messed up this round! I am so sorry. I will be making a recipe from A Cracking Good Egg right away!

  48. Hélèneon 26 Feb 2008 at 2:16 am

    Next round I’ll like to participate:

    your name: Hélène
    the name of your blog: La Cuisine d’Hélène
    your blog’s address: http://helene-lacuisine.blogspot.com/
    your email address: hpelo200@hotmail.com

  49. [...] long ago I signed up for Taste & Create, an interesting ‘exchange’ event over at For the Love of Food. Basically, one food blog [...]

  50. [...] I was scared to say no even to the second one, but thanks to the patient of the organizer of   Taste&Create today I post my [...]

  51. Aoifeon 31 Mar 2008 at 6:13 am

    I’m in! My name is Aoife, and I write Yumbrosia at http://www.yumbrosia.com. Email me at yumbrosia@gmail.com. Thanks!

  52. Aoifeon 01 Apr 2008 at 5:18 am

    Whoa, sorry, I left the comment at the wrong post!

  53. Judithon 23 Dec 2008 at 6:50 pm

    I’m back!

    your name Judith
    the name of your blog Shortcut to Mushrooms
    your blog’s address http://shortcut-to-mushrooms.blogspot.com
    your email address judithavory@gmail.com

  54. [...] 2008.2. When Nicole paired me with Steph over at the Cupcake Project for Taste & Create VI, it took no time at all to decide which of her recipes I would try.3. When I was in high school, my [...]

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