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Friday, 26 July 2013

July Dish of the Month Round Up

The one advantage of having only a few entries to a blog event is that the round up doesn't take as long to write up! I guess the warm weather is responsible for all but the regulars deserting us and who could blame them, I know I haven't entered many challenges myself. Of course, the standard of the entries we have received is, as usual, exceptionally high, a tribute to Mr Nigel Slater and his lovely recipes.

Let's start with this month's 'hostess with the mostess' my friend and co-conspirator, Sue at A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate with a delicious plate of Pistachio and Lemon Cookies This recipe is a little extra provided by Nigel in the inside of the slip cover of The Kitchen Diaries II.

Rachel Kelly of Marmaduke Scarlet is making a bit of a name for herself appearing almost weekly in the Guardian Cook Magazine on a Saturday, I always look out for her contributions to Felicity Cloake's themed reader recipe pages. Rachel is also a regular here at Dish of the Month and this month brings us these glowing Baked Tomatoes with Fragrant Spices and Coconut In true Dish of the Month style, Rachel didn't stick rigidly to the recipe making a few subtle changes, they don't seem to have had any negative effect on this rather unusal recipe of tomatoes stuffed with tomatoes.

I also took a few liberties, this time with Nigel's recipe for Plum (or greengage) and Almond Tart in the Kitchen Diaries II. I didn't have plums or greengages and I didn't have time to make pastry. I did have cherries, ground almonds and eggs though and the result was these Cherry Frangipane Ramekins which I served warm with some lovely vanilla ice cream.

Camilla at Fab Food 4 All has gone preserving mad, especially after winning her local show with her Peach and Apricot Jam. Congratulations Camilla! This Mixed Tomato Chutney was inpsired by some lovely multi-coloured cherry tomatoes and based on Nigel's recipe for Mixed Tomato Chutney.

Many thanks for entering July Dish of the Month and we hope to see you again in August when I will be hosting. The link and details of a GIVEAWAY will be posted on 1st August.

See all the dishes on our Pinterest Board or have a look at the round ups on the Dish of the Month page here at Farmersgirl Kitchen.

 

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7 Comments:

At 28 July 2013 at 16:55 , Blogger Susan said...

A small and select group but every recipe adorable.

 
At 28 July 2013 at 16:57 , Anonymous Camilla @FabFood4All said...

It's quality isn't it Janice, not quantity that counts and you can be sure of that with Nigel's recipes:-) Thanks for hosting this challenge and a lovely round-up as always! Those tomatoe stufffed tomatoes sound intrigueing.

 
At 28 July 2013 at 20:00 , Blogger Janice Pattie said...

you are so right ladies, super quality entries. Thank you.

 
At 28 July 2013 at 21:19 , Blogger belleau kitchen said...

Bugger. I feel like I'm apologising more than anything to you these days... a fab round up. Small is beautiful afterall. Next month next month...

 
At 28 July 2013 at 23:43 , Blogger Jacqueline Meldrum said...

A line up doesn't have to be long to be a good one and this is one of those. Great recipes.

 
At 29 July 2013 at 12:32 , Blogger Galina Varese said...

Great entries! will try to join in August.

 
At 31 July 2013 at 04:17 , Anonymous Liz Thomas said...

I did those stuffed tomatoes after Rachel posted them on her blog and I can thoroughly recommend them. Absolutely delicious. Makes a good quantity too, so did a couple of meals for us and a gift for our next door neighbour whose oven I used! (Mine's dead).

Thanks Janice, some lovely recipes,

Cheers!
Liz

 

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