September 3, 2008

The Round-up to MBP: Fruit Fare


First of all, I would like to thank everyone of you who sent in entries to this edition of Monthly Blog Patrolling (MBP) and made it a success. I would also like to apologise to those of you whose entries I took some time to acknowledge. As you know, the reasons were beyond my control.

Now that things are back to being the way they should be, I’m happy to present the round-up with 33 entries. As usual I’m presenting them in no particular order. Most of these entries featuring fruit are either drinks or desserts. So join me on a visual feast of some very “fruity fare”.


Cynthia of Rustic Cooking (Australia) made Baby Lemon Cakes with Passion Fruit & Cream from Jen’s Milk and Cookies.


 
Sangeeth of Art of Cooking Indian Food (Illinois, U.S.) made a Banana and Dates Milkshake from Vandana’s Cooking Up Something Nice.


Tina of Wycked Sweets (Elkhart, Indiana, U.S.) made some Streusel Topped Blueberry Muffins from Sherri’s Yum.


Nidhi of Sizzling Bites (Chennai, India) made a Watermelon Ginger Ale from Nupur’s One Hot Stove.


Silver Moon Dragon from Dragon Musings (Geelong, Australia) made some Fruit Salad Bread from Cookie Baker Lynn’s blog of the same name.


Yasmeen of Healthnut (Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.) baked a Plum Clafoutis from Kevin’s Closet Cooking.


Divya of Dil Se... (Los Angeles, California, U.S.) baked some Eggless Apple Cranberry Muffins from Madhuram’s Eggless Cooking blog.


Shweatha of Tasty Curry Leaf (New Jersey, U.S.) made an Apple Pie from Shivapriya’s Veggie Cookbook.


Suganya of Tasty Palettes cooked up a Spiced Cherry Sauce from Graeme’s Blood Sugar.


Sweatha from Tasty Curry Leaf (New Jersey, U.S.) also made a Strawberry Banana Sorbet from Bee and Jai’s Jugalbandi.


Jayasree from Experiments in Kailas Kitchen (Kerala, India) made a Raisin Stuffed Apple from Uma’s Telugu Ruchi.


Usha from My Spicy Kitchen (New York, NY, U.S.) made an Orange Basundi from Nupur’s One Hot Stove.


Cham from Spice Club (California, U.S.) made some Barley Thayir Sadam from Bee and Jai’s Jugalbandi.


Meera from Enjoy Indian Food (U.S.) made a Raspberry Kulfi from Maya’s Konkan World.


Divya from Easy Cooking (Chennai, India) cooked up some Ghee Roasted Bananas from Nag’s Edible Garden.


 
Bharathy of Spicy Chilly (India) baked a Banana Bread With Walnuts from Arundathi’s Foodblog.


Miri from the Peppermill (New Delhi, India) baked a Coconut Lemon Cake from Meeta’s What’s For Lunch, Honey?


PG from Kitchen Stories (Hamburg, Germany) made a Creamy Strawberry And Chocolate Ice-cream from Meeta’s What’s For Lunch, Honey?


Meera of Dindin Tonight (Dallas, Texas, U.S.) made some Strawberry Mascarpone Crêpes Topped with Baked Strawberries from Vegeyum’s A Life (Time) of Cooking.


Bhagyashri of Tastebuds (London, U.K.) baked some Orange Oatmeal Bars from Sunita’s World.


Bharti of Veggie Foodist (Illinois, U.S.) made a Watermelon and Raspberry Sorbet from Bee and Jai’s Jugalbandi.


Susan from the Well-Seasoned Cook (New York, U.S.) made some Pineapple with Crystallized Ginger, Orange Flower Water and Lime Zest from Anne’s A Foodie Froggy.


Jacqueline of Toxo Bread (Burlington, Vermont, U.S.) baked a Fresh Strawberry Tart from Maya’s My Feasts.

Uma of Essence of Andhra (U.S.) made a Carrot Pear Ginger Mocktail from Bee and Jai’s Jugalbandi.

Mandira of Ahaar (Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.) baked a Blueberry Yogurt Cake from Clotilde’s Chocolate & Zucchini.


Aparna of Three Mangoes made a Prickly Pear Margarita from Keesha’s PrissyCook.


Kamala from Nandu’s Corner (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.) made a Strawberry Milkshake from Shilpa’s Aayi’s Recipes.


Arundati of Escapades (Hyderabad, India) cooked up a Quick Mango Jam from Nandita’s Saffron Trail.


Srimathi (Foody Guru) of Few Minute Wonders (San Diego, California, U.S.) made a Mixed Fruit Smoothie from Madhuram’s Eggless Cooking.


Sig of Live To Eat (Seattle, U.S.) mixed up a Quick And Easy Mango Soup from Olga’s Mango And Tomato.


Divya of And A Little More… (Seattle, U.S.) made a Fruit Brownie Crumble from Kiriel’s Pappilon Pantry.


Karuna of Foodie by Nature (San Diego, California, U.S.) made a Mango Strawberry Milkshake from Kalva’s Curry In Kadai.


And the final entry in this round-up is my ( from My Diverse Kitchen) Skewered Grilled Fruit With A Spiced Ginger Glaze from Mark Bittman’s Bitten.

So that ends the round-up for this edition of MBP. The next MBP is being hosted by Siri of Siri's Corner and the theme for September is "Cheese".


26 comments:

Jyothsna said...

Congrats on the round up, Aparna! Good work!

Sireesha said...

Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi dear:))Everything looks awesome and lovely .Superb roundup aparna:))

Divya said...

That was quick.
Nice round up! And great event. What better way to acknowledge fellow bloggers than this. Lovely theme and you did a great job with it Aparna.

Uma said...

what a delicious roundup! So many yummy recipes at one place. Thanks for hosting such a great event Aparna!

arundati said...

wonderful round up aparna....and i see you're hosting yet another event!! whew!!

Rosie said...

What a wonderful round-up and everything looks so delicious Aparna!

Rosie x

jayasree said...

Good job done on the round up.

Rachel said...

great roundup...sad I couldn't contribute!!!

Ivy said...

Great roundup!

Srivalli said...

Thats a great one...so many colourful dishes!...now let me go check the wbb..:)

Curry Leaf said...

Nice Round up,So many fruit recipes in one place for me to check out.Thanks

Yasmeen said...

A beautiful fruity round up!

A_and_N said...

Great round-up Aparna :)

Cham said...

Great round-up Aparna, so many fruity dishes all around the world!
Thanks to host such a lovely theme!

Bharathy said...

I can smell the distict flavour of every dish!..Beautiful round up, Aparna :)!

Divya Vikram said...

Great roundup with unique entries!

Manggy said...

Wow! It's so hard to choose which one I like the most. Now, if only I could get my brother to try more fruits.. :)

karuna said...

wowow, so many yummy recipes. thanks for the great round up archana

Vera said...

Aparna, you've done a great job hosting this event!

LG said...

Liked your WBB theme..will try to post something :)

sunshinemom said...

Neat round up! I have already checked up some, and meant to send an entry for this one, but somehow my schedule has got jam packed these days! In fact I am blogging less these days:(

Priti said...

Lovely roundup and everything looks so delicious..

Clumbsy Cookie said...

Very nice round-up! So many great recipes!

Aparna said...

Thanks everyone and especially to all who sent in entries.
Couldn't have done a round-up without you.:)

Susan said...

Thank you, Aparna, for this great round-up. It's cheered me while I get over a very nasty cold. : }

Sig said...

Thanks for the great round up Aparna... lots of fruit fare to chose from :)