Thursday, August 25, 2011

Spice Rack Challenge Round Up August: Cumin

dog hill kitchen

Maggie serves us up some Fragrant Beef Salad.   I adore Middle Eastern food and I can’t wait to try this recipe from one of my favorite bloggers.

eating Floyd

Rebecca gets her man to eat southwestern food again with her tomato lime salsa.  If you are into canning, Rebecca (aka Morwen on chowhound) is a wonderful inspiration.

Fruitcake or nuts

Shayne gives us Warda’s muhammara.  It’s a winner!  I think I have known Shayne and Warda forever in the blog world.  They were there at the first get together of what is now known as  the Michigan Lady Food Bloggers,   of course we didn’t know then what we know now is that we’d still be getting together.

Good food Michigan

Bee brings us cumin rub steak which would be great on the grill right now!

Jonski blonski

Curtido is going to be a great new way for me to serve cabbage.  Thank you, Tricia.  You rock!

A million grandmas

Mary’s Moroccan spice mix would be great on just about anything!  Hope you are feeling better soon, girlfriend!

Mothers kitchen

Hands down the best canned salsa recipe around….ladies and gentlemen, Salsa #5.

Prospect: the pantry

Tomato scented chickpea soup with socca is a cumin double header

Chez hates

I know that this British Columnbia inspired cumin spiked salsa is just what I need this time of year.   Thank you and here’s to your man’s new beginnings….

Snowflake kitchen

Spiced and roasted chickpeas are going to be just what we all need come fall.  Thank you!  P.S.  Sign me up as another Penzey’s fan!

Thinking out loud

Surely your spice organization has certainly paid off in the resulting creole seasoning?   Fall is for organizing as well as fried green tomatoes, and the creole seasoning is the offspring of both, don’t you think?  What a great pre-fall recipe to share….

Tracy’s living cookbook

Are you looking for a new way to serve soy?  Edamame Hummus with Spiced Pita Chips is a great way to make it happen.

 Una buona forchetta

Soon, it will be football weather, and I can’t wait to try this favorite chili recipe for slow cooker on football Fridays.  Actually,  in my house, it is football Thursdays (underclassmen) and Fridays (varsity football games = marching band!)

Stay tuned in the next few days for the September challenge!

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