The only dismaying thing about staying up late to put the finishing touches on presenting a flavorful and colorful array of creative recipes, is that I want a little bite of something before bed. My kitchen, however, is retired for the night, so I'm going to march myself down the hall to brush my teeth, but not before I thank each of you for sharing your grand menu ideas for Haalo's Weekend Herb Blogging. Thanks to Haalo, and Kalyn of Kalyn's Kitchen, the creator of this event, I've hosted WHB many times over the years. I enjoy it just as much as ever, and know that many others feel the same way. 306 weeks of non-stop deliciousness can't be wrong. Just ask Lynne of Cafe Lynnylu, who's currently hosting WHB #307.
An earthy vegetable, a sexy fruit, and a salty cheese
create a brown-bag lunch that you can never tire of.
Slaw of cabbage takes on new tastes and textures
when roasted and seasoned in an Asian style.
and chiles to grind into a powder that crosses continents.
Graziana - Erbe in Cucina
Just because the pesto was a party pooper doesn't
mean all is lost when the hostess clears her table.
Janet - The Taste Space
Slim slices of champignon are dotted with pools of
melted cheese prepared in an authentic Italian kitchen.
fruit bursts forth with deep purple flesh and sweet juices.
It all boils down to an Indian condiment when cantaloupe is
combined in a pot with seasonings that are sweet, sour, and hot.
stew rich in warm, seasonal colors with a tender bite.
Cinzia - Cindystar
spices for a healthy, quick snack or prelude to a full meal.
Anh - A Food Lover's Journey
Never heard of Cardoons? Well, you'll be animated to learn of
these unique celery-like stalks from a cook in the know.
Chicken Sausage with Cardoon Sauté
Chris - Mele Cotte
Southern hospitality is rich enough, but
sometimes you can't help but guild the lily.