Sunday, December 6, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
First off, Rosa at Cooking with Rosie, who happens to live in Germany, made Bavarian Obatzter, a cheesy pub food that sounds like a delicious appetizer or snack.
Next up, Joanna at In Search of Lost Time made Choucroute garni, a German inspired French dish with sauerkraut, apples, and smoky meats, looks wonderful! I have to say thanks to Joanna for suggesting we 'visit' Germany again this October, what a great MKMW tradition to start :)
Over at Nummy Kitchen, I made a simple German Apple Cake that was chock full of apples from a recent trip to the orchard. I had a great time getting back to MKMW, and hope everyone else did as well!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Next up is Mongolia!
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Our first country for September is...
check-in date September 12th
next up is
check-in date September 26th
Once again, I'm really sorry for not updating since July, things just got extra busy for me this summer and blogging had to take a little break, and since almost everyone hadn't participated in MKMW for a while I thought you guys probably were needing a break too. I hope that we can get some of our members posting again and keep traveling through food together :)
Can't wait to see what you can come up with for South Africa and Mongolia!
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Over at Nummy Kitchen, I made little Macedonian Breads, which turned out to be like mini pitas, I guess if Judy and I had gotten our dishes together we would have had a perfect Macedonian meal :)
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
check-in date: Saturday July 11th
Next we are going across the globe to...
check-in date: Saturday, July 25th
What fun destinations we have this month!
Don't forget you still have time to post your Macedonian dish by Friday night to have it in the Saturday round-up. Just check-in with your post link on the post below this one.
If you are new here and want to participate, just jump right in and make a dish for the selected country and post about it in your blog. Then come back here on the check-in date and leave a comment with a link to your My Kitchen My World post and you will be added to the round-up, we would love to have you join us!
Monday, June 29, 2009
Check back on July 1st for our July itinerary to see what random countries we will visit next.
Looking forward to seeing your Macedonian dishes :)
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Welcome to the My Kitchen My World Switzerland round-up!
First off is Joanna at In Search of Lost Time with a delicious Rosti with ham, green onions, and cheese, which looks wonderful, just be careful what pan you use to cook it in :)
Welcome to Margaret at Tea and Scones who made a beautiful Engadiner Nusstorte filled with caramelized walnuts. Wow, what an impressive dessert!
Stephanie at Fun Foods On a Budget made Birchermüesli, a very healthy cereal-like apple dish, looks wonderful for breakfast!
Finishing up our "trip" to Switzerland we have Judy at Judy's Gross Eats who made an amazing sounding Swiss Fondue with an international twist, using a Russian Stout and Dutch Gouda, along with Swiss Gruyere, yum! Thank you all so much for participating, what an inspiring round-up of Swiss dishes. I was planning on doing a raclette dinner but didn't get to it just yet, sorry to have missed this week, hopefully I can post a make-up soon! Our next country is Macedonia with a check-in date of June 27th. Can't wait to see what everyone comes up with.
Just a quick note to let you know that Lauren has passed the MKMW moderator roll on to me, so if you ever have a question or suggestion, please feel free to let me know. I want to say thank you to Lauren for working on MKMW for so long, we will miss you and hope that you can travel with us again soon :) I really hope that MKMW continues to grow and continues cooking together for a long time, I am honored to be your new moderator.
Saturday, June 13, 2009
I can't wait to see what delicious Swiss dishes you've all created, and don't worry if you haven't made anything yet, just make sure to post and check-in here by Friday night so I can add it to the round-up.
Thanks for cooking along with us, have a great week!
Monday, June 1, 2009
First up we have Christine at Kits Chow with a delicious looking dish -- Chicken 65 -- a spicy chicken nugget appetizer that is popular in Pakistan and India.
Next up is a new traveler from small pieces of inspiration and accomplishment, who made Seekh Kebab and Naan on the barbecue, yum!
Also cooking along with us is Judy at Judy's Gross Eats, who made a delicious Potato Curry with Peas and Carrots and another Pakistani dish that was so delicious that there wasn't even enough time to photograph it before it disappeared :)
We have another new traveler with us for Pakistan, Seemie of Erbe in cucina made yummy looking Coriander Pakoras made with chickpea flour and coriander seeds and a delicious yogurt dipping sauce.
Over at Nummy Kitchen I made a delicious Pakistani vegetable dish and flat breads.
Thank you to everyone who participated and welcome to our two new travelers, we are so glad you joined us :) What a great bunch of Pakistani dishes we have to share.
And now the moment you've all been waiting for, the randomly selected countries for June are...
Check-in date for Macedonia will be Saturday, June 27th, and again, feel free to post whenever you can and just check-in on the 27th.
New members are always welcome, so if you want to join, just jump right in and post for Switzerland and comment on check-in day. I can't wait to see what delicious dishes everyone comes up with for Switzerland!
p.s. I am still trying to figure out how to work the blog-roll on the side, hopefully I can get it updated soon :)
Sunday, May 24, 2009
I will post the round-up for Pakistan along with our countries for June on June 1st -- I can't wait to see what you all come up with :)
Have a safe and happy weekend,
Friday, May 15, 2009
Stephanie at Fun Foods On a Budget found her old Mexican cookbook and made a few days worth of dishes out of this challenge, including Pollo Aguascalientes, Sopa Ranchera, and Leche Quemada con Frutas for dessert, doesn't that sound delicious? We're glad to have you back, Stephanie :)
Joanna at In Search of Lost Time made a yummy looking Use-it-up Enchilada Casserole which included corn tortillas, rice, beans, corn, and a few other Mexican style ingredients. Sounds like a delicious way to 'use-it-up' to me!
Natashya at Living in the Kitchen with Puppies made an amazing Black Bean Soup for Two, topped with cilantro, tomatoes, and a slice of lime, and if you think it can't get any better than that, she also served some Mango Margaritas, party at Natashya's house :)
Judy at this made Red Chile Chicken and Rice with Black Beans (Arroz Rojo con Pollo y Frijoles Negros) from a new Mexican cookbook she is 'auditioning' and is now on her 'to buy' list, thanks to this delicious dish. Being a Native New Mexican, Judy always has Mexican style food near the top of her favorites list, so it's nice to know that this recipe passed her taste test!
Over at Nummy Kitchen I made a big dish of baked bean and cheese burritos, one of our favorite Mexican style recipes with a few new twists, I made homemade enchilada sauce, and used Chihuahua Mexican cheese, yum!
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Have a wonderful weekend,
Friday, May 1, 2009
We had a very nice turn-out for My Kitchen My World -- Turkey, here is our round-up...
Christine at Kits Chow made Zerde, a Turkish Saffron Rice Pudding perfumed with Rose Water, which looks absolutely delicious served in those pretty little cups. She also has some very interesting history on the dish and on the Turkish Festival of Sweets on her site, doesn't that sound like fun?
And now for the moment you've all been waiting for (right?)...
And our second country for the month, randomly selected -- Pakistan! Posting day for Pakistan will be Saturday, May 23rd. Get on your thinking caps, or should I say cooking caps, and find a Pakistani recipe or two to try.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Today is posting day for Turkey, please leave a comment with a link to your Turkish dish if you were able to participate. Stay tuned for the round-up next week!
Thanks for cooking along, I can't wait to see what everyone came up with :)
Thursday, April 16, 2009
First off we have Natashya at Living in the Kitchen with Puppies with a gorgeous Guatemalan Challah, doesn't that look amazing?
And to finish off the round-up, over at Nummy Kitchen I attempted a traditional Guatemalan meal, with Guatemalan style beans, Guatemalan Style Rice, and homemade corn tortillas.
I noticed a lot of people weren't able to participate but are ready to cook up something fun for My Kitchen My World -- Turkey, so I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with :) If this is your first visit to My Kitchen My World, we would love to have you join us in our culinary travels! Thanks for visiting!