I am so excited to be the host of this week’s Bookmarked Recipes. Just look at all these great recipes, I don’t know which one I’m going to try first!
I think that Happy Cook from Belgium at My Kitchen Treasures is probably very happy right now! She bookmarked and made Garidomakaronada Ouzo and Fresh Tomato from Peter’s recipes at Kalofagas – Greek Food & Beyond. I can’t pronounce it, but I sure do want to try some!
Ning (Manila, Philippines) our lovely host from last week, at Heart and Hearth is back this week with a recipe that I will definitely be cooking. Her Vietnamese Pork Chops were bookmarked from Wandering Chopsticks and now I’m bookmarking them. It’s the great food blog circle of life.
I love the title of Arika’s (Biloxi, USA) blog, My Yummy Life. Isn’t that perfect? And speaking of perfect, check out her Basil Wrapped Thai Beef Rolls with Sweet and Spicy Chili Sauce. You don’t even have to read the recipe, the title is enough to tell you it’s going to be good. She found this gem at Serious Eats .
Cristie (Wisconsin, USA) from Edible Antics has made my husband a very happy man. He loves hot food, and she has posted a Hot Hot Chili recipe that has him drooling on my keyboard. I never knew there were so many hot ingredients! Check out her recipe at her blog and also at Wisconsin Made, there are all kinds of great things made in Wisconsin!!!
Gloria (Chile) from Canela Kitchen’s Recipes has the cutest blog heading ever. I love the little kitty cats on the wall. Not only is her blog heading cute, but just check out her Cherry Tomato Tarta! I always have some cherry tomatoes on hand, so I am filing this away for later use. She found this wonderful recipe at Pimienta y Chocolate.
Patsy (New Jersey, USA) from Family, Friends, and Food brings us a pressure cooker recipe for Mexican Chicken Soft Tacos and I am so glad that she did. I keep forgetting to use my pressure cooker! She found this recipe in the cookbook, Pressure Cooking for Everyone (oh no, a cookbook I don’t have!).
Elizabeth (Toronto, Canada) from Blog From OUR Kitchen posts a Banana Cinnamon Bun recipe that looks delicious! She says that they could use a little more banana, but I love the concept of bananas in a cinnamon bun! She combined, plus changed a bit, two different recipes.
This must be the week for yummy banana recipes! Jin Hooi (Australia) from Smell & Taste Are My Memory tempts us with Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins . The title alone convinces me that I will be making these soon…very soon! She bookmarked this recipe from Sweet & Simple Bakes Recipes.
Deeba (Gurgaon, North India) from Passionate About Baking brings us a fabulous recipe for those gorgeous end of summer tomatoes (or at least it’s end of summer here). Just look at her Tomato Tart! With tomatoes, garlic and basil, you know it’s going to be good. Her inspiration came from The Cook’s Bible by Le Cordon Blue and the blog Mimi on the Move.
This is the week for bananas and tomatoes!! Becke (Columbus, OH, USA) from Columbus Foodie posts the recipe for possibly the best sounding risotto I have ever read. Her Heirloom Tomato Risotto has me hoping that there are some tomatoes in my CSA shipment this week! She found her recipe at the Lambert Bridge Winery website.
Jen (Boston) from Bean Town Baker
brings us a delightful, seasonal dessert, Pumpkin White Chocolate Chip Cookies. I am always looking for ways to use pumpkin for fun, fall flavors and these cookies are perfect! She found them at Ambers Kitchen, but, I promise, you are also going to find them in Pam’s kitchen!
You may have noticed that I don’t have an entry! I had a post all selected, but then developed the old stomach flu this weekend, and didn’t get mine posted. Luckily, I did most of this work before I started feeling completely crummy!
Thanks everyone for your submissions!!! It’s always exciting to see what people have been making and recreating as well as meeting some new bloggers.
That’s it for this week. Remember if you want to take part here’s all you have to do….
1. Pick a recipe from a book/magazine/blog/website/tv show and make it. (Note you can only submit 1 recipe per week)
2. Blog about it
– include where you got the recipe in your blog post (including a link to their website if possible)
– include a link to this post or this blog in your blog post
– include the logo (see above) for Bookmarked Recipes in your blog post
– include a photo of your recreation on your blog post
3. Email bookmarkedrecipes[AT]gmail[DOT]com with the following information:
– Your name and where you’re from
– The name of your blog
– The permalink for your entry
– A photo of your entry
– A note of where you got your recipe from