Weekend Herb Blogging #294 – The Recap

First of all, my apology for a late recap of Weekend Herb Blogging #294. I started my new job this week, so time has been very tight for me. So, let´s start our recap without any delay! I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

Raw Mixed Berry Crisp – The Taste Space

From Toronto, Canada, Janet brings us raw mixed berry crisp. She gives us a lot of hints and tips on how to make better raw crisp, which I find helpful and intriguing.

Pickled Jalapenos – the blog Erbe in Cucina (Cooking with herbs)

I really hope that my future chilli tree(s) will provide large and healthy fruits as Graziana´s! The pickled jalapenos she made sound simple but totally delicious.

Coconut konnyaku jelly – No-Frills Recipes

One of my favourite dessert! Konnyaku is a traditional Japanese flour derived from a taro/yam plant. It produces popular jelly in Asia! You can learn more about this and the jelly at Chea´s blog.

Watercress and Upland Cress – teczcape – an escape to food

Are these two different? Tezcape´s article provides us useful information! She also shows us how to enjoy these lovely veggies.

Cherry amaretti cheesecake – nutmeg, seven

Here is lovely cheesecake version with cherries as a main feature.from Elly. I am sure it can win anyone’s heart!

Liquorice ElixirCindystar


Cinzia always comes up with simple but utterly delicious food. Today she joins us with a magnificent drink – liquorice elixir. I like the deep brown color of this!

Little pumpkin cakes – Cook (almost) anything at least once

Aren’t these cakes cute? Add butterscotch icing,and  I am in heaven! Thanks to Haalo for contributing such beautiful cakes!

Orange Fennel Quinoa Salad – Melle Cotte

Being a big fan of orange and fennel salad, I am delighted to see Chris using this combo for a beautiful quinoa salad. The color looks so fresh and vibrant, you just want to dig into the bowl.

Broccoli and zucchini soup – Briciole

What a beautiful soup! I can see myself making this soon, with the abundance of broccoli in winter. The added basil can certainly lift the flavours up here.
Corn milk drink – A food lover´s journey

I bring corn milk drink to this recap. This drink is well loved in Vietnam right now, and from the readers´ comments, I know that it is also popular in South America. Spread the love!

10 Responses to Weekend Herb Blogging #294 – The Recap

  1. Pam says:

    What a great round up!

  2. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    Nice recap!

  3. tigerfish says:

    Thanks for the round-up amidst the start of your new job. Good luck :)

  4. Haalo says:

    Thanks so much for hosting Anh – love the recap and all the terrific dishes on offer.

  5. janet @ the taste space says:

    Yum! Loving the treats this week. Thanks for the lovely round-up, Anh. :)

  6. penny aka jeroxie says:

    Been wanting to join this. When is the next one again?

  7. Simona says:

    A nice array of recipes, very different: we also have two drinks. Thanks Anh!

  8. Chris says:

    wonderful round up – thanks for compiling it all! And, congratulations on the new job. :)

  9. Cheah says:

    Thanks for a job well done! Congrats and all the best in your new job.

  10. Cindystar says:

    … better late than ever … thank you so much for this lovely recap! :-)

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