February 15, 2011

A CULINARY WORLD TOUR -- 7 Countries With A Little Birdie Told Me #7

Welcome to "A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday!  
If you're here to share a craft, recipe or project post, you'll find the linky and the specifics on how to strut your stuff  just after the features below.

Thank you for being a part of making the weekly sharefest at Rook No. 17 an ever growing success!  I was blown away by the talent and creativity last week, and honestly wish I could feature each and every post that was shared.  But, what struck me most about last week's entries was the profound profusion of international cuisine!  It's been far too long since I've had the opportunity to indulge my passion for travel, but last week's participants gave me a much needed "taste" to satisfy my wanderlust.  

You don't need a passport to enjoy this culinary tour...

TASTE OF INDIA


Takes us to the streets of Bombay with her recipe for 

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TASTE OF POLAND


Offers an avant garde take of the classic
Polish comfort food, Pierogi with her


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TASTE OF MOROCCO

Think 'cumin', 'cinnamon', 'dried figs & apricots' and 'bay'
seduces us with the spices of Morocco with a 


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TASTE OF MALAYSIA

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plays the role of food hawker
beckoning us to try the traditional
spicy fried noodle dish

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TASTE OF ITALY


Shares the technique she learned for making Gnocchi in Italy
with her recipe for


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TASTE OF ENGLAND


enlightens us on the history of the English classic with her recipe for


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TASTE OF SLOVAKIA


rounds out the culinary tour
by treating us to a dessert from her childhood

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If you've been featured 
(this week, or in a previous week)
grab the "Featured On" button here


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Now it's time to link-up and share your creativity!

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Just 5 SIMPLE GUIDELINES:

1)  FOLLOW
Be a "Follower" of Rook No. 17

2)  LINK-UP
Link-up the URL of a specific post --  craft, recipe, DIY project, or anything else you'd like to show-off!  

3)  POST THE BUTTON
Grab the code for the "A Little Birdie Told Me..." button (above) and add it to the end of your post, or on your blog side-bar.

4)  VISIT
Show the other birds some "comment love" by visiting the the two links that come before yours.

5)  COMMENT
Please leave a comment letting me know the thumbnail # of your link (You can find this by putting your cursor right over your link). A comment is required to be considered for a feature.





12 comments:

  1. Hi Jenn! I love how you have done the featured recipes this week, and thank you so much for featuring my Bangers and Mash!

    I'm link #2 this week, and I've gone for a dish with an international flavour again - Italian Escalopes Milanese.

    Have a lovely week, and thanks so much again for the shout out!

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  2. These look great! My first stop will be the deep fried potatoes!

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  3. Hi Jenn! How are you? Thanks for hosting again! My entry is #8... Love the features for this week-yummy!

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  4. Hello, I am linky #9 sweet dresses... I went to the epcot center last week, and got to taste so many yummy things from around the world... I love your collection of food around the world I can make!

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  5. Hi Jen! Happy Tuesday! Thanks for hosting, I linked up some banana bread. Have a super week!

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  6. I posted by star anise chocolate-dipped marshmallows at #11. They were a Valentine hit...I didn't even get to try any. ;(

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  7. Those featured recipes look delicious! :D It's making me hungry again...

    I can't see the linky thing right now to link up - i'll see if i can stop by again if i get a chance! :)

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  8. Hi Jenn, Thanks for the shout out; for featuring my submission last week. I'm really glad I stumbled onto u'r blog, there's so much going on here. This week I submitted Assorted chocolates! Have a great day!

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  9. Loved the world tour! You found a lot of fabulous recipes that I need to check into more. Yum!

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  10. Hi Jenn! What an amazing round up of international cuisine! I really enjoy tasting new foods from different countries and discovering new flavors I love! I am sharing a quick and easy recipe for Italian Panna Cotta by Mark Bittman that has a secret Nutella surprise! All the best! Alex@amoderatelife.

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