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February Community Calendar
Tue Jan 31, 2012 6:49 amForum Host
Flours and Romance
The photo forum is embracing February being the month of Flours and Romance by photographing any and all types of flours as well as any romantic dishes and meals.
Want to make some LOVE filled recipes to enjoy over the next several weeks? Come and enjoy the fellowship with many other chefs who are riding on "The Love Train".
All you have to do is pick a LOVE word and find and make a recipe that corresponds with the beginning letter for each LOVE word. (The letter can be on any word on in the recipe, as long as it's the beginning word).
Dates: Jan 23rd - Feb 14th
By the cup, the bowl, or the cauldron - nothing is better than a steaming portion of soup, when wintry weather strikes. And no part of the world does it better than the countries of Eastern Europe. Join us in exploring The Soups of Eastern Europe
Breakfast for Kids
Breakfast is important for our children and it is believed to increase alertness, concentration, memory, mood and mental performance. Please come and share your ideas for child-friendly breakfasts or your stories about breakfast with your children.
Whether you use corn or flour tortillas, tacos are a great way to spice up your meals. Kids love to eat them so sneak in some veggies! What a great and easy way to win the veggie battle!
The Australian and New Zealand Cooking Forum would like to extend an invitation to all members to come and join the fun participating in our recipe swaps (held monthly)
Everybody is welcome to join- you don't need to be an Australian or New Zealander.
Healthy Hearts Find the Tags
Healthy Hearts Find the Tags....February is American Heart Month. The site has some wonderful tag games and events. In honor of those games and all the hard work that goes into them come and show us what your cooking and help us find healthy recipes. If you haven't previously played tag games it is okay. Feel free to tag recipes here and share how your cooking heart healthy.
Cooking from the Pantry
It's the secret weapon of an orderly kitchen: a working, organized pantry. A planned reserve of foodstuffs and sundries used in the home, a pantry saves time, money and stress in the kitchen.
Honey is a 100% pure and natural sweetener produced by honey bees. We know that the practice of beekeeping to produce honey dates back to around 700 BC. Bonus points-it never goes bad. The Canning Forum is discussing recipes using honey this month in the Jam & Jelly Club. Please share your recipes too!
The pineapple is a native plant of South America. Christopher Columbus is credited with discovering the pineapple on the island of Guadeloupe in 1493, although the fruit had long been grown in South America. He called it Piña de Indes meaning "pine of the Indians." The Pineapple plant was later introduced to Hawaii by Captain James Cook around 1770, however it found it's way into the Caribbean long before that! Flip over this fruit this month in the Caribbean Forum.
Traditional Ceviche is made with sea bass or flounder, however just about any fish or shellfish will work. Because Ceviche has become very trendy outside of South America, chefs and home cooks alike have chosen to experiment with non-traditional ingredients such as passion fruit, coconut milk, shark, avocado, celery, and mango, just to name a few.
Coming this month to the Contests & Events Forum!
Mardi Gras Photo Tag
This is a recipe tag game that is specifically designed for posting pictures to recipes that do not currently have photos. This month the theme is Mardi Gras. Everyone loves a party! We think that most of us really enjoy seeing photos on recipes and this is a great way to get them on your own recipes as well as other chefs! This game is not about camera skills or magazine quality photos. A lot of us are still learning - please don't be shy or afraid to play. Jump in, give it your best shot (pun intended), and have fun with us!!
With winter in full swing what could be better than to celebrate one of the most glowing ingredients mediterranian cuisine has to offer?! Join us in the Spain/Portugal forum this month to chat and tag celebrating honey, the liquid gold.
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Interested in trying new vegetarian, vegan or raw recipes? Interested in receiving some reviews? Then please join us for a stress free, fun monthly recipe swap! We will start this Saturday, 2/4 and would love to see you join us!
Game Day Goodies
Got a party? Well, the ole slow cooker can free up the stove top and oven for other things. From chili to dip delicious recipes are available to make the day low stress. Drop by & join the party!
This month we explore Kosher cooking, it has many influences from the cuisines of the Balkans, Galicia, Russia, Spain, Portugal and the Middle East also Arabic and Moorish cooking had an equal influences as well,
It has been suggested, for example, that the major role played by garlic, leek and onions in cooking is due to these influences.
There are many delicious recipes right here at Food.com to enjoy, including special celebration recipes. So do join us at TOTM
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Feb~ Cookbook Swap hosted by ShirlJ831
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Would you like to host a swap? Please contact Susie D to reserve a spot on the the swap schedule. New or returning; no places are automatically saved.
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