Big thanks to everyone for your great food and friendship. Weekend Herb Blogging has always been a special hosting pleasure for me, and this 277th edition has been no exception. The longevity of this event is tribute to Kalyn's foundation and Haalo's carrying of the torch. Your impressive and energetic talents complete the trinity.
Rachel of The Crispy Cook is now hosting WHB #278. She will be welcoming your recipes until close of the event on Sunday, April 10.
Should there be any errors or omissions, please know I will make the corrections as soon as I'm notified.
a colorful confetti of complex spices in a vegetable toss.
Fikranilam - Grow in the Kitchen
Making quinoa for the first time? Make it green with
an envious mix of asparagus, peas, leeks, and mint.
Mary Katherine - MK's Kitchen
Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A.
A frilly fringe of leaves from a particularly popular flower
are a healthy foliage for much of what might be ailing you.
Tigerfish - Teczcape - An Escape to Food
Bitter little gourds are less bitter pills to swallow when
they are charred and spiced and hissing in a skillet.
Sra - When My Soup Came Alive
Tender little leggy leaves enliven a North African
grain dish balanced with spices and sweetness.
Janet - The Taste Space
A square of juicy, fruity dessert is the plum-perfect
ending to a convivial, casual luncheon party.
Johanna - Green Gourmet Giraffe
Just when you thought it was safe to yawn at yet another pesto,
along comes Thai basil and coriander to recharge the sauce.
ShuHan - Mummy, I Can Cook
A kumquat compote is the crowning golden glory
on a delicate cheesecake atop a biscuit base.
Elly - Nutmegs, Seven
Piled-high baked potatoes with nary a drop of dairy fool and
satisfy the diner expecting cheese, butter, or cream.
Ricki - Diet, Desserts and Dogs
Toronto Area, Canada
A sucker for spices grinds her own special blends into
powder potions that sprinkle magic flavors on many a dish.
Claudia - Honey from Rock
Smoked-up chile peppers pair well with sugary apricots
to finish fillets swimming in good taste and nutrition.
Joanne - Eats Well with Others
A simple stack of crepes napped in aromatic cream
makes for a serving that's a cut well above the rest.
Graziana - Erbe in Cucina
A crush of fresh corn kernels is a sweet, golden nest
for a topping of salty cheese and quick ratatouille.
The piquant flavor of piccata can lure away even the most
addicted from her online game of a frog and some balls.
Annie and Nate - House of Annie
Kuching, Sarawakm, Malaysia
The joys of one's garden yield handfuls of hale and hearty
kale to chop into a casserole bubbling with good health.
Simona - Briciole
Hungering for something humble and homey? Buttered
griddle cakes should have you humming in no time.