Mar 01 2008
All submissions for the February Round-Up of Taste&Create are finally in! We just keep growing and growing! A few people didn’t show up (some have told me post are on their way b/c they were sick – thank you for letting me know), 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 postsâ€¦ Iâ€™d like to announce T&C VII. This takes place every month, and the round-up is posted on the 1st day of the following month.
What itâ€™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:
- Leave a COMMENT by March 8, 2008, and include:
- your name
- the name of your blog
- your blogâ€™s address
- your email address
- Browse through your partnerâ€™s yummy blog entries, and pick out one dish that looks really interesting to you
- Create the dish youâ€™ve chosen
- Taste it and tell us what you think (aka – blog about it)!
- Donâ€™t forget you have to include a photo – so snap away!
- your name
- the name of your blog
- the name of your partner’s blog
- the name of the dish you created on your partnerâ€™s blog
- your permalink (the link that goes directly to the post)
- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, to the good stuff!!
This is what we came up with this month:
Abby from Eat the Right Stuff blogged about a scientist in the kitchen’s Adobo Sa Gata. Abby says â€œthe unusual isnâ€™t really that unusual at all, especially when it comes down to delicious healthy food’ Both your dishes look great by the way!â€
Ben from What’s Cooking? blogged about Tortilla crusted chicken relleno with cilantro sauce. Ben says “Layer after layer of flavor.”
Becke from Columbus Foodie blogged about Tart Reform’s Mooch and The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies Ever. Becke says “The mooch was hearty and comforting, and very budget conscious. The chocolate chip cookies were crispy on the outside, chewy in the middle just the way I like them.”
Andreea from Glorious Food and Wine blogged about Super in Stereo’s Oatmeal and Apple Panckaes. Andreea says “A luxurious breakfast of oatmeal and apple panckakes. Heaven.”
Rosella from Ma che ti sei mangiato blogged about Prettybaking in Israel’s Pistachio Dried Strawberry Icebox Cookies. Rosella says “Time and need limitation transform the Pistachio Dried Strawberry Icebox Cookies in Orange Cookies. An excellent recipe resist greatly to the changing process.”
Laurie from Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska blogged about Phemomenon’s White Bean “Hummus” and Piadine. Laurie says “Delicious white bean spread flavored with garlic and rosemary goes perfectly with soft and slightly smoky Italian flatbread.”
Ivy from Kopiaste… to Greek Hospitality blogged about For the Love of Food’s Bacon Quiche. Ivy says “This dish was an incredible delight. The unique blending of the cheese with the bacon and onions made it divine.”
Namratha from Finger Licking Food blogged about Equal Oppertunity Kitchen’s Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins. Namratha says “Moist and delicious..hard to stop at one!”
Chris from We [heart] Food blogged about Sounding My Barbaric Gulp!’s Cranberry Almond Blondies. Chris says “Easy, delicious, and adaptable — substituted cranberries for the raspberries and they turned out great.”
Kelly from Sounding My Barbaric Gulp! blogged about We [heart] Food’s Lahmajoun (Aremenian meat pies). Kelly says “Crispy, herby, spicy, meaty, YUMMY!”
Val from More than Burnt Toast blogged about What’s Cooking?’s Chicken in Pear Sauce. Val says “Ben’s dish was delicious and the secret was in the sauce just as he suggested. Just the right amount of heat. If I closed my eyes I could imagine myself in a tavern overlooking the ocean with a side dish of margaritas!!”
Holly from PheMOMenon blogged about Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska’s Baked White Beans with Tuna and Sage. Holly says “What I imagine comfort food is like in the Mediterranean”.
Nicisme from Cherrapeno blogged about a whisk and a spoon’s Lemon Polenta Cakes. Nicisme says “These little cakes have a wonderfully different texture from your normal lemon cake and are bursting with flavour“.
Michelle from Greedy Gourmet blogged about The Allergy Kid’s Basic Latkes. Michelle says “They ended up being slightly tricky to work with but it was all worth it, knowing I could eat all the crispy and lovely latkes stacked high on my plate without having to keel over of stomach pain half an hour later.”
Steph from a whisk and a spoon blogged about Cherrapeno’s Roasted Tomatoes with Basil. Steph says “This is a classic flavor combination, and roasting the tomatoes made them so good, I want to eat them every night!”
KJ from A Cracking Good Egg blogged about Laura Rebbeca’s Kitchen’s Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffins. KJ says “So easy and so delicious. A donut you can eat without eating a donut.”
Amy from Tart Reform blogged about Columbus Foodie’s Butter Cup Cheesecake. Amy says “This peanut butter cup cheesecake was delicious! The first real cheesecake I have ever made and it turned out great!”
Hanne and Carlo from Supper in Stereo blogged about Glorious Food and Wine’s Rustic Anchovies Potatoes. Hanne and Carlo say “A great twist on plain old roasted potatoes.”
*Picture coming soon – technical difficulties with camera*
Dolores from Chronicles in Culinary Curiosity blogged about Cupcake Project’s Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes. Dolores says “Steph makes a divine cupcake inspired by the chocolate hazelnut goodness of the Ferrero Rocher.”
Nicole from For the Love of Food blogged about Running with Tweezer’s Lemon Linguini. Nicole says “The method of soaking the lemon peel in the cream is great for that hint of lemon flavor but is not over powering.”