Royal Roundup

It’s over. The 30-day Royal Selangor Jellyriffic Challenge is OVER! We survived, but we feel as limp as some of these jellies here…about to collapse!

Rainbow 7 Jellies Before we go on with our normal, non-Royal Selangor Jelly Mould-related posts, here is the Royal Roundup, a retrospective of all thirty-one (we posted two creations on Day 28)! We have our favorites, but we can’t choose which one is our absolute favorite creation. Would you like to choose for us?

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Muhibbah Malaysian Monday Roundup for September

Here is the Muhibbah Malaysian Monday roundup for the month of September.

Muhibbah Malaysian Monday badge"Muhibbah" is a Malay word meaning "goodwill" or "harmony". Muhibbah Malaysian Monday is the brainchild of Shaz from Test With a Skewer and Suresh from 3 Hungry Tummies. This is an event where food bloggers post something related to Malaysia and food on a Monday. The host for the month then publishes a roundup of all the dishes collectively posted for that month.

Here are the entries for September, in the order that they were received:

Angku Kueh/Steamed Glutinous Rice Cake with Sweet Filling by Gertrude of “My Kitchen Snippets” in Pennsylvania, USA

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Grow Your Own #40

GYO 40

This edition of the Grow Your Own roundup features 38 tasty dishes prepared using ingredients that were either grown or foraged by the writers. While most of the participants hail from the US, we have entries from 8 different countries, including one from Kuwait! Check them all out.
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Announcing “Grow Your Own” #40

Thank you to all the participants in last month’s “Grow Your Own” roundup. Let’s do it again!

GYO 39

Spring is officially in swing in the Northern Hemisphere. There are those of you whose gardens are not yet ready for planting, but you are still using up food stored from last year’s harvest. Some of you may be harvesting Winter crops like citrus or greens. A few outdoorsy-types are even foraging for mushrooms, ramps or nettles.

Then there are those of you who live in tropical climates with year-round growing seasons. And let’s not forget those who are in the Southern Hemisphere, where it is the peak of the Summer growing season, and all that it entails. I’ve even noticed that a lot of you are growing sprouts these days – you’re all welcome to participate.

Show off

What are you cooking with all this stuff you’ve grown / harvested / foraged? Here’s your chance to show it off! The rules are simple:

  • Make a dish that uses at least one item from your very own garden or farm and post about it. If you hunted or foraged, those items are also eligible. You can also use something that was given to you, but the giver must have personally grown or raised the item. If you paid for it, then it doesn’t count.
  • Anything edible that you have grown or raised qualifies, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, sprouts, edible flowers, nuts, grains, legumes, dairy products, eggs, livestock, and anything else I might have forgotten. Produce from both indoor and outdoor gardens are welcome! Different regions will have different things available, so feel free to feature things unique to your area. (Rambutan trees, anyone?) We are all about celebrating variety!
  • Please make sure your dish is posted during the month of the event because we like to celebrate seasonal items. One post per blog, please.
  • As a courtesy, please include a link to this announcement in your blog post, and then update later with a link to the round-up.  A sample link would be like:

This post was entered into the “Grow Your Own” roundup, created by Andrea’s Recipes and hosted this month by House of Annie.

Ready to participate? Because I and lots of other people would LOVE to see what you’re cooking! To enter, just fill out the fields in this form:

http://www.emailmeform.com/fid.php?formid=532860

And make sure to include a pic (no wider than 300 pixels) of your food as well! The deadline for the February GYO roundup is March 31.

Aloha, Nate

Previous March GYO roundups:

March 2008
March 2009

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