September 2010 Roundup

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Meta, Monthly Roundup, Recipes

In savory recipes, Vietnamese Grilled Five Spice Chicken with Sticky Rice from 3 Hungry Tummies, Pan Seared Salmon with Creamy Leeks from 80 Breakfasts,Buttermilk Dipped Fried Ravioli Appetizers with Marinara Dipping Sauce from A Feast for the Eyes, Smoked Salmon Chowder from A Good Appetite, Beef Barley Soup from A Pookie Pantry, Slow Cooker Hoppin’ John from A Year of Slow Cooking, Fingerling Potatoes with Aioli from Aga Kitchen, Asian Chicken and Dumpling Soup from Amy’s Table, Plantain Mash with Bacon from The Bacon Show, Shrimp in Moroccan-Style Tomato Sauce from Bewitching Kitchen, Fideos with Seafood from Bite Me New England, BLT Hot Dogs from Blog Chef, Leek, Butternut Squash and Potato Soup from Cannelle et Vanille, Smoky Macaroni and Cheese from Cassie Craves…, Turkey Picadillo Stuffed Poblanos from Cassie’s Ruminations, Flageolet and Meatball Peasant Stew from Constables Larder, Beef and Guinness Pie from Cooking and the City, Chicken Tikka Masala and Rice Pilaf from The Cooking Photographer, Hungarian Goulash from Cooking Weekends, Chicken Teriyaki Burgers from Cooking with Cristine, Beef Chow Mein and Spanakopita Meatballs from The Creative Pot, Chicken & Dumpling Soup from Culinary Cory, Chive Risotto Cakes from Cupcake Rehab, Pot Roast Like No Other from Drick’s Rambling Cafe, Mexican Sweet Potato Risotto from Eats Well With Others, Macaroni Shepherd’s Pie from The English Kitchen, Bruschetta Chicken Pasta from Erin’s Food Files, Pizza Spaghetti from Fake Ginger, Italian Pork Loin from Food & Fire, Triple Truffle Mushroom Arancini from Fresh Approach Cooking, Tea-Cured Salmon from From the Kitchen of Olivia, Irish Potato Salad from Full Bellies, Happy Kids, Moroccan Chicken with Sweet Potato Mash from The Goddess’ Kitchen, Shiitake and Morel Ravioli in Brodo with Gremolata from Herbivoracious, Moroccan Chicken Meatballs with Couscous from Jaded’s Kitchen, Salsa Verde Pork Carnitas from Joelen’s Culinary Adventures, Shrimp and Grits from Kitchen Belleicious, Zucchini Skillet Dinner and Mexican Chicken with Jalapeno Popper Sauce from Krista’s Kitchen, Inside Out California Roll from Lexie’s Kitchen, Spicy Fried Chicken from Life’s Ambrosia, Rice Cooker Mushroom Risotto from Living in the Kitchen with Puppies, Heirloom Tomatoes with Creamed Corn and Basil from Living Local in California, Sweet Corn & Poblano Chile Chowder from LunaCafe, Chicken Fried Steak and Spicy Kettle Corn from Macheesmo, Roasted Tomato and Garlic Soup from Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Kitchen, Grilled Flank Steak with Coffee Sauce from One Perfect Bite, Spanish Rice with Chorizo and Prawns from Ooh, Look…, Chopped Liver with Schmaltz and Gribenes from Plating Up, Sunday Gravy in a Pressure Cooker from Smoke Under Pressure, Homemade Soft Pretzel Sticks and Pretzel Rolls from Telly’s Tasty Tidbits, Baked Scallops (Capesante al Forno) from Thibeault’s Table, Tad’s Fire Island Salad Nicoise from Treat a Week Recipes, Thai Style Corn Fritters with Sweet Chili Sauce from Une-deux Senses, and Frontera Grill Chiles Rellenos from Wives with Knives.

In sweet recipes, Maple Pots de Creme from 17 and Baking, Sweet Potato Walnut Bread from A Well Fed Seed, Pineapple Upside Down Cupcakes from Abby Sweets,Honey Peach Frozen Yogurt from Always Order Dessert, Summer’s End Nectarine Sorbet from Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn, Bacon and Cashew Caramel Corn from The Bacon Show, Pumpkin Bread Pudding from Baked Bree, Ricotta Ice Cream with Peaches in Muscat from Bay Area Bites, Sweet and Spicy Fried Peach Pies from The Bitten Word, Pancake Cupcakes with Maple-Bacon Buttercream Frosting from Brown Eyed Baker, Strawberry Moscato Granita with Moscato Jelly from Citrus and Candy, Quick & Easy Apple Tart fom The Comfort of cooking, Tiramisu Bundt Cake from Cookies on Friday, Nutella and Banana Oatmeal from Cooking with Cristine, Chocolate Overload Mud Pie from Culinary Concoctions by Peabody, Apple Pecan Cinnamon Rolls from Cupcake Project, Peach Brown Butter Shortbread from eat make read, Sweet Potato Bacon Chili Crunch Cupcakes from Egg Day, Caramel Apple S’Mores from Hoosier Homemade, Easy Honey Cake from Ingredients, Inc., Bacon Pancakes from Joelen’s Culinary Adventures, Roasted Banana and Rum Raisin Ice Cream from montcarte, Peach and Brie Pie from Piccante Dolce, “Sin”amon Morning Muffins from Simply Scratch, and Grahamy Mallow Brownies from tahinitoo.

Shahid floored by ‘Black Swan’ (Movie Snippets)

Hindustan Times (New Delhi, India) March 9, 2011 New Delhi, March. 8 — Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor, a trained dancer, is in awe of the critically acclaimed film ‘Black Swan’, which features Oscar winning actress Natalie Portman as a New York-based ballerina.

The actor recently saw the Fox Star Studios’ movie, and posted on Twitter: ‘BLACK SWAN…

Stunningly poetic… in our site black swan movie

What a violent interpretation of the serene swan lake…

Bravo!!!!!!! In awe…

Total respect (sic)’ ‘Black Swan’ was released in India Feb 25 and is attracting audiences ever since Portman’s performance won her the best actress Oscar award this year.

-*- Mona Singh wants no ‘star’ on her wedding!

Unlike many others who dream of having Bollywood stars like Shah Rukh Khan dance on their weddings, actress-anchor Mona Singh says she would rather be the star herself on her D-day!

‘I wouldn’t want any star to come to my wedding and hog the limelight. It will be my day so I would rather have people look at me than be awestruck by a Shah Rukh or any other star!’ said Mona. web site black swan movie

The ‘Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin’ actress is currently hosting Imagine TV’s ‘Shaadi 3 Crore Ki’, where a middle class family is given the whopping amount to organise a wedding.

-*- ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ composer wants to work on R&B album Music composer Krsna, who is riding high on the success of ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ songs, desires to create an R&B album and market it internationally through the internet.’These days everyone thinks of reaching an international audience. Rahman’s ‘Jai Ho’ was such an Indian song – yet it became a rage across the globe thanks to its popularity online. That’s the best about music – it has no language and connects with all,’ he added.

Published by HT Syndication with permission from Indo-Asian News Service.

For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at htsyndication@hindustantimes.com

One Response to “September 2010 Roundup”

  1. LunaCafe Says:

    Thanks for including my Sweet Corn and Poblano Chowder. :-)

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