Monday, June 14, 2010

Weekend Herb Blogging #237 - Recap

And here we are at the round up of the herbs posted around the web for this Weekend Herb Blogging #237, organized by Haalo of Cook Almost Anything, and hosted here this past week.

And starting with our organizer Haalo of Cook Almost Anything, she brings us Potato Sage and Onion Cake for this past week's entry. She talks about the aroma of sage, and that's precisely what attracts me to this herb as well. She had such a lovely photo of sage on the blog, I felt inspired to include both the herb and the dish in photos above.

Maninas of Maninas:Food Matters made Cuttlefish Stew for her entry. Maninas highlights parsley and celery leaf in her mother's unique recipe.

Next, Janet from The Taste Space contributes Olive Oil Granola with Dried Apricots and Pistachios. Although Janet does not name which herb she is highlighting, she has made a truly interesting Middle Eastern inspired treat.

And the ever creative Brii from Briiblog in English brings us Candied Ginger. First she takes us to church with some lovely photos of her day, and then on to how to make Candied Ginger.

Stacey from Fessenden Farmstead brings us lovely Lavender Wands. The secret is in the weave!

Lastly, I highlighted Sunchokes (or Jerusalem Artichokes) in a Cheesy Cauliflower Sunchoke Potato Soup.

Thanks to everyone who participated this week, with the heavy competition for attention when World Cup Soccer is going on. Rachel who writes The Crispy Cook is already gathering entries for this week's Weekend Herb Blogging, so participate if you find this fun!


Haalo said...

I think I'd like to make everything this week! Thanks so much for hosting Anna!

brii said...

ciaooo anna!!!
thank's for hosting!
my lavender is blooming, I do think I will weave at once!
have a nice week

Micah | Coffee Machines said...

Thank you for all the great posts! This one is explicit. I look forward to reading more interesting topics.

Vishal-Coffee Machine said...

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