Saturday, 29 November 2008
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Suggest as many or as few as you wish, but remember that they should be fairly easily sourced.
So far we have: Ham, turkey, tuna, mango, rice, olives, vanilla pod, eggs, lime, brandy, cream, basil, fresh oregano, dried chili.
Let the ideas flow...
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Thursday, 13 November 2008
It is not only the first time that I will do the roundup, it was also the first time for Terry to partake in the Paper Chef challenge. So let’s all stand up in front of our computers to welcome Terry. So let’s start with Terry from Taste Adventures who made a tasty looking Smoked
Next up is Tricia from the blog Jonski Bloski who took a minimalist approach to the challenges with her Turkey Lentil Chile Squash Stew Let’s just say that she pulled it off only using a pinch of salt as an additive to the purity of the 4 ingredients. However, she was planning on other ideas which had to be put aside due to lack of ingredients. Go to her blog and tell her that we want to see those things too.
Hank from Hunter Angler Gardener Cook came up with a Wild Turkey Carnitas made of a turkey not shot by him but Holly – a woman that would scare the shit out of me. Read the part of snake shooting on her blog and you will understand what I am talking about. The link you will find in Hank’s entry.
Lori from Lori’sLipsmacking Goodness was putting herself down by saying that she didn’t make the most inventive dish. How could anyone with that blog title say such a thing? She made a lovely Turkey and Lentil Burger.
The dogs must have been mad of hunger when Natashya cooked her Moroccan Spiced
There was yet another début in this round. It is Mike who started his new blog, Spikey Mikeys, and honored Paper Chef 34 by putting this entry as the first post in his new blog. Congratulations with your new blog! However, Mike is no newbie. He has been around for a while with another blog he had together with his partner Paul. So there is some fierce competition here with his well composed Poached Turkey (chicken) breast with marinated peppers on a bed of Bondi (french) Lentils and roasted caramelised butternut pumpkin.
To be or not to be was not the question in Tanna’s kitchen of half cups. No, it was all about squash or pepper to stuff in that kitchen. In the end she ended up choosing for all of it. Bless her. And I do hope she is feeling better. To get the full picture of filled peppers, pumpkins and unfortunately also a nose – click this link.
We already have a winner among the contestants. It is Denise at Chez Us who won for her Thanksgiving side dish at Chow Food Fight. Congrats, Denise. Well, let’s she if she did it again with her
Last but not least we have Ilva, who needs no further presentation, and her impressive and somewhat odd 3-course menu. I must say that turkey in a dessert would not be my choice but if some one can make it work it is Ilva. And to be honest, I would be more than happy to have her dessert with a tiny piece of turkey. Of course we should not forget the rest of this fantastic menu. Have a look and judge for yourselves. You will have to scroll down a few entries.
A special honorable mentioning has to be made.
Pia from Serendipity, Synchronicity and Saffron actually went so far as to call the Mexican embassy on how to get hold of
At some point I might still get a link to the creation of Belly Timbers own Robin. I will not post my judging until after the weekend. So Robin get that blog of yours redone and you are still in the game.
PS.Sorry there is something wrong with the htlm. I am a far better cook than programmer so it will have to stay that way. D.SPeoples choice poll, go to vote
Sunday, 2 November 2008
This is the current list, please add on some more for the upcoming PC weekend, on Wednesday November's judge Magnus will announce the 4 ingredients!