It’s time for another Grow Your Own Roundup! Thanks to everyone who participated this time and shared what you cooked with the foods you have grown, hunted, or foraged. We had seven posts from Italy, Australia, Malaysia, and the United States, and we cooked with our homegrown tomatoes, peppers, curry leaf, lettuce, tatsoi, chives, raspberries, kale, mint, parsley, and lemon thyme.
If you are new to Grow Your Own, please visit the Grow Your Own page to learn more about the event. Our host for this next round is Amy of Playing House, so stay tuned for more information from Amy on how to submit your posts. The deadline is July 30. I’m booking hosts for the coming months, so please send me an email if you are interested (must have participated at least once before hosting). And be sure to visit the Grow Your Own Flickr photo group to see all the things we’ve been growing and eating.
And now for the round-up! Click the images to visit the posts. (Presented in the order received.)
Hot Couscous Salad from Graziana of Erbe in Cucina (Italy)
Homegrown tomato and jalapeno with fresh basil and couscous.
Cucumber Squash Curry from Nupur of One Hot Stove (Missouri, United States)
Homegrown curry leaf with lentils, coconut milk, cucumber, squash, and a green chili.
Bolting Lettuce Soup from Claudia of Standing Straight (Hawaii, United States)
Homegrown lettuce, tatsoi, and chives with potato, onion, buttermilk, and stock.
Quinoa Cocoa Waffles with Raspberries from Linda of Kitchen Therapy (Wisconsin, United States)
Homegrown raspberries with chocolate gluten-free waffles.
Potato, Bean, and Kale Soup from Johanna of Green Gourmet Giraffe (Melbourne, Australia)
Homegrown kale with potatoes, cannellini beans, carrots, vegetable stock, and Parmesan cheese.
Carrot-Mint Raita from Praveen of Masala Heaven (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Homegrown mint with carrot and yogurt.
Herbed Goat Cheese from Andrea of Andrea’s Recipes (Virginia, United States)
Homegrown parsley, chives, and lemon thyme with goat cheese.
[An original post from Andrea Meyers: making life delicious. All images and text copyrighted, All Rights Reserved.]
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