Friday, December 9, 2011
Our December destination is Belgium so pick a Belgian recipe and give it a try, and post a link to your My Kitchen My World post here with the linky widget...
Any questions just let me know in the comment section, also please feel free to use the comment section to discuss the current country and any sites or books that would help people with picking a recipe :)
First up we have Janet at the taste space with a beautiful dish, Tunisian Vegetable Ragout with Quinoa, that looks so hearty and filling, just perfect for this time of the year!
Next up we have a gorgeous dish of Shakshuka, a Tunisian breakfast with eggs cooked in a tomato sauce with vegetables, yum! Thanks to Corina at Searching for Spice for this Tunisian pick :)
Our December destination is Belgium and we are welcome to suggestions for February and beyond so pick somewhere fun and post a comment with your country suggestions!
Wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season,
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Searching for Spice with our first rendition of Toad in the Hole, a traditional British dish of sausages baked in Yorkshire pudding batter, looks very comforting!
Next up at Unchained Kitchen is CJW with CJW with Beef & Turnip Pasties, be sure to check out her delicious pasties and funny story about kidney pie :)
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
How about I do a double round-up at the start of September for our July destination England -- that way if you wanted to make a British dish and missed out you can still make on and post it throughout August -- and also our August destination ... Spain (thank you, Janet, for that suggestion!) ?
As usual, post a link in the comment section on this post to your blog post featuring a dish from England and / or Spain and I will put together a round-up September 1st.
I hope you all are having a wonderful summer! Can't wait to see your Spanish dishes and any British dishes you have had on your to-make list :)
p.s. if you have a suggestion for our September and/or October destinations please let me know in the comment section, thanks!
Friday, July 1, 2011
Our first entry is a beautiful Indonesian-style Purslane Salad from Graziana at Erbe in Cucina, a version of the popular Gado-gado that looks delicious, what a great start!
Janet at the taste space shares a big bowl of her delicious Spicy Indonesian Yam and Peanut Soup that she also shared with an international themed dinner party, how fun!
Our friend at This Chihuahua Wears Pearls (formerly The Not So Skinny Kitchen) has two Indonesian dishes to share! First up, a light and refreshing Indonesian Cucumber Salad called Acar Ketimum, looks like the perfect cure for over abundant cucumber gardens!
Next up she shares a recipe for Nasi Goreng -- Indonesian Fried Rice, that somehow turned out to be pretty bland, good thing it was served with some Chicken Satay, mmm!
Corina at Searching for Spice shares with us a slow cooker version of Beef Rendang that turned out to be a winner of a recipe, a new favorite curry and slow cooker recipe for Corina! The spices sound just lovely.
Above, a delicious dish of Curry Coconut Tofu, shared by CJW at Unchained Kitchen. Using a favorite tofu recipe as a jumping off point for her Indonesian inspired dish proved to be a success, yum!
Finally over at Nummy Kitchen I made some Mie Goreng, a spicy fried Indonesian noodle dish, and also a delicious Indonesian cucumber lime drink, just perfect for these hot summer days we are having here lately.
What a fun bunch of dishes from Indonesia, maybe some will make their way on to your summer menus at home? Thank you so much to everyone who participated, it was wonderful to see the recipes you came up with!
Our July destination will be Great Britain, thank you to Margaret for that suggestion! So pack your bags and pick up your cook books and find a British recipe or two for our July destination, I'm very excited to see what everyone comes up with! I will have a "July destination" post up shortly for you to leave a link on.
Have a great weekend,
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Please leave a link to your My Kitchen My World Indonesia blog post with an Indonesian recipe in the comment section on this post by the end of the month (June 30th) and stay tuned for the Indonesia round-up at the start of July.
First up we have Seemie at Erbe in Cucina with a gorgeous Chicken Souvlaki with Honey and Aromatic Herbs, looks delicious!
Next up we have another beautifully plated dish, Yogurt Spaghetti & Lamb Meatballs from CJW at Unchained Kitchen, looks like the perfect Greek lunch to me!
Margaret from Tea and Scones is back to traveling with a beautiful Revani -- Semolina Sponge Cake that is soaked with a Lemon Syrup, what a perfect dessert!
No picture from Joanna at In Search of Lost Time, but a delicious recipe for Homemade Croutons and Greek Dressing, just perfect for her Greek Chicken Salad.
First up we have Glennis at Can't Believe We Ate with a beautiful dish of Braised Lamb Shanks, love the pistachios!
Next up we have Corina at Searching for Spice with a plate of Chicken Shish Kebabs, which reminded her of her holiday to Egypt last year, which I'm sure was amazing!
Janet at the taste space has treated us to an Egyptian Bread and Butter Pudding for dessert, looks wonderful!
CJW at Unchained Kitchen came up with a Middle East Pitza that starts with a toasted pita and includes baba ganoush, pine nuts, chicken, and a tangy tzatziki, it sounds delicious!
Janet at the taste space has treated us to a second Egyptian dish, a main this time -- Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpeas with Dukkah, it looks so flavorful, yum!
Joanna at In Search of Lost Time made an Egyptian Couscous Salad and served it with melon on the side, what a perfect light lunch.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
I will do the April / Egypt round-up along with the May / Greece round-up on June 1st.
Go ahead and leave a comment in this post with a link to your Greek dish, I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. I can think of a bunch of traditional Greek flavors that sound delicious with this warm spring weather!
Saturday, April 2, 2011
Our first dish is Norwegian Salmon Chowder, chosen by Chaya at her My Sweet and Savory blog, it looks delicious and just perfect for spring.
Chaya is so sweet to share with us two Norwegian recipes this month, the second, pictured above, is Lemon Pasta with Norwegian Salmon -- from Chaya's Comfy Cook blog, yum!
Glennis at Can't Believe We Ate made a scrumptious Scandinavian Open-Face Bay Shrimp Sandwich that would be a perfect summer dish, it looks great!
Over at Nummy Kitchen I made some Norwegian Waffles topped with Gjetost, an imported Norwegian goat cheese -- what a fun breakfast.
That concludes our Norwegian round-up -- but there is one extra dish to share, Sweet-and-Sour Onion Salad, this was picked by Kayte at Grandma's Kitchen Table to try for our February destination, Italy, as an antipasti dish, doesn't it look yummy?
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Please welcome new traveler Glennis from Can't Believe We Ate (hi, Glennis!), she brings a beautiful yet uncomplicated pasta dish called Angel Hair with Eggs, Leeks and Cream, it looks delicious!
Thank you so much to our MKMW Italy participants, it was great to see the dishes you came up with and I am inspired by your creations.
We have had a few destination suggestions and I figured we'd just go with them in order of suggestion, if that's okay with everyone. First up we have Norway, so we shall travel back to Scandinavia for our March destination. Egypt is our next suggestion, so plan on a culinary trip there for April. I received an e-mail suggestion for Greece, so pack your kitchen suitcase (is there such a thing? I don't know, go with it :) ) for a trip to Greece in May.