Saturday, December 4, 2010
Hopefully I will get posted sometime next week, I can't wait to see all of the Afghan recipes!
Our December destination is Germany so go ahead and leave me a comment on this post with a link to your German dish. What a perfect choice for this time of the year! I doubt I will get the Germany round-up posted on January 1st because of the holidays, so we might be delayed again by a few days.
I hope you all can understand and that you are having a wonderful holiday season :) And if you've missed a month or two don't worry, just jump back in whenever you have time!
Monday, November 1, 2010
First up we have two entries from our friend at The Taste Space...
a beautiful dish of Japanese Tomato Tofu Caprese Salad...
and a delicious looking bowl of Lemon Miso Tofu and Eggplant, what a tasty flavor combination.
Chaya has two Japanese dishes to share, first up some yummy Japanese Peanut Cookies at My Sweet and Savory...
followed by Japanese Salmon at Chaya's Comfy Cook Blog, it looks perfect!
Over at Nummy Kitchen I made a Soba Noodle Salad and some vegetarian sushi that was enjoyed by all :)
Thank you for traveling with My Kitchen My World to Japan, I loved seeing all of the dishes, what a great variety. Our November destination is Afghanistan, please post an Afghani recipe and leave a link to your post in the comments here. Looking forward to finding out what everyone comes up with!
Friday, October 1, 2010
First up we have Apricot Parcels with Honey Glaze
New traveler CJW at Unchained Kitchen made Moroccan Spiced Lamb Stew, utilizing their newest kitchen addition, a slow cooker -- what a hearty dinner.
Our second new traveler this month, Renee at Every Pot and Pan, made a tasty looking Moroccan Stew and Steamed Cous Cous.
Our third new traveler this month, Megha at Live to eat!!! made a beautiful Moroccan Beet Salad.
Jill at Jill's Blog made a loaf of Moroccan Anise Bread, a Berber Bean Puree, and Chicken Tagine with Olives and Onions, what a lovely Moroccan feast!
Our 4th new friend this month, Corina at Searching for Spice made a delicious Slow Cooker Chicken Tagine.
Next up is Chaya at My Sweet and Savory who made Moroccan Vegetarian Stew, I didn't see a photo of the finished dish on her site, but here is a photo of the beautiful veggies she used in her stew, yum!
Liz at The Not So Skinny Kitchen is our 5th new traveler this month (whew!), with a gorgeous Fish with Moroccan Chermoula Sauce.
Peggy at Pantry Revisited made a succulent dish of Moroccan Kefta Meatballs in Butter Sauce, they look perfect!
Margaret at Tea and Scones made a complete Moroccan meal with a Tagine of Chicken with Peas and Potatoes, Curried Veggie Couscous and Batbout, wow -- everything looks so flavorful.
Next up on our culinary travels to Morocco, Joanna at In Search of Lost Time made Moroccan chicken stew with herb and fruit couscous, looks delicious!
First up we have Japan -- suggested by The Taste Space -- that will be our October destination. This is our first MKMW trip to Japan so there is much to be excited about! As usual, please prepare a Japanese dish, post about it on your blog with a link back to MKMW, and leave a comment on this post with a link to your MKMW Japan entry so I can find it to do our round-up. Please post and comment by the end of the month -- October 31st
Afghanistan was suggested by Torview Toronto and seconded by Searching for Spice, so that will be our November destination.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
First up we have new traveler Azee at Azee's Kitchen Blog who made Homemade Donuts, don't they look delicious? I just love the sprinkles!
Next up is our friend at Torview who made a traditional Canadian bar treat, Nanaimo Bars, they look so rich and tasty.
Nanaimo Bars were a popular choice, also baked by Jill Jill's Blog, these look so good, they are going on my must bake soon list!
Another amazing looking Canadian dessert is up next, Canadian Maple Sugar Pie from Lexi at Big Momma and Me, yum!
Our last three dishes are savory Canadian specialties...
Peggy at Pantry Revisited has treated us to a hearty dinner of Pork Chops with Apples and Creamy Corn Soup, what great flavors.
Last but not least is Margaret at Tea and Scones also added a special touch to the top crust of her Salmon and Potato Pie, and don't forget to see check-out her delicious butter tarts she made for dessert!
Thank you to everyone who participated in MKMW destination Canada! I enjoyed traveling along with everyone, although did not have time to post my Canadian treat yet. Sorry guys, we've just been super busy lately.
Time for our September destination...
Morocco! Thank you to Leslie for the suggestion, can't wait to see what you all come up with! Please make a Moroccan dish and post it to your blog with a link back to My Kitchen My World, check-in here with a comment and a link to your MKMW Morocco post by then end of the month.
Please feel free to make a country suggestion for October in the comments as well :)
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Next on our culinary tour of the United States we have long time MKMW traveler Joanna at In Search of Lost Time, she made Kielbasa, Corn, and Shrimp Chowder. Chowders are very popular soups along America's northeastern coastal states, doesn't this soup look so creamy and comforting?
Next up we have a hearty main dish, Perfect Pot Roast, which my husband would be drooling over since that's one of his favorite dinners! This delicious dish was made by our 5th new traveler this month (I think that's a record!), Peggy at Pantry Revisited. I know Peggy from TWD and am so glad she has decided to cook along with us at MKMW. Welcome to the group, Peggy :)
Margaret at Tea and Scones went with Native American cuisine and made a delicious meal ofCorn Chowder, Fried Squash Bread, Fry Bread, and TWO desserts -- Cheyenne Berry Pudding and a Chippawa fried cake wow Margaret, what an amazing feast! Everything looks wonderful.
Kayte at Grandma's Kitchen Table made a tempting wild rice dish with mushrooms, caramelized onions, and dried cranberries, she likes to serve this at Thanksgiving, which I'm sure it is a perfect side :)
At Nummy Kitchen I made Johnny Cakes -- early American cornmeal pancakes that were a popular dish with settlers and Native Americans. They were delicious and a make again dish for sure.