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Oct 02, 2007

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Sanja

what a great list! This one goes to my bookmark directly! Great job Johanna!

UlrikeU

So many great entries, thanks for hosting this event and put it all together.

Zlamushka

Hey Johanna,

thank you very much for letting me participate. This was a real nice event. I am hosting my own, which is very similar to this one. Now that you have so much inspiration, maybe you could give it a shot ? Try me here:
http://www.burntmouth.com/2007/10/spoonful-of-christmas.html

andreea

ahhh I just published my waiter :)(am actually in london and wireless connection is pretty much nonexistent ...)

ejm

What a great round up! This WTSIM... event really is brilliant. Thanks for the stretch!

-Elizabeth

P.S. I still don't have a lid wand but I do love the idea of it! Imagine how fun it would be to play with. (I wonder if it's strong enough to lift the pot lids off their hooks on the wall.)

johanna

all, i am glad you enjoyed the round-up and am sure you'll find loads of inspiration for some christmas presents as well ;-)

elizabeth, You know, I don’t have a lid wand, but am using something my mum bought me because I keep burning myself when taking things out of the oven: they’re tongs that allow you to catch a baking dish, casserole, pie dish, ramekin etc by the rim and take it out safely (especially useful when they’re sitting in a waterbath!). a godsend!

andreea, will try and add your entry as soon as i get a moment!

Amanda

Awesome roundup! Thanks for the opportunity to participate!

african vanielje

Hey Johanna. Great roundup, and I think there are more than enough fab recipes to try. Quality not quantity is obviously the way to go this time. We use to have a kumquat tree, but I have yet to find them here, and I am always willing to try a new green tomato chutney recipe. Sorry, it's taken me a while but my computer has been in rehab, leaving me plenty of time to polish off all that nectarine relish. So I need to restock. Thanks for the great roundup of otential candidates...

Gretchen Noelle

Thanks for "rounding up" all these recipes! I was just invited to teach a chutney workshop at the end of the month, so it will be my pleasure to try out a few more of these delicious ideas!

Dayna

What a wonderful round up.
As always, everything looks great!
Thank you!

maninas: food matters

hahahaa come on i didn't eat 500 g of ajvar _every_ day! :D

wonderful round-up, btw! I love the way you introduced every entry.

maybahay

fabulous recipes. great job on the round-up. thanks very much for hosting it johanna.

Jeanne

What a fab collection of recipes (and I see that we are once again the Borg, being the only two who preserved things in oil...!) I agree with African Vanielje above - quality rather than quantity is the way forward - and there's certainyl no shortage of that here :) Thanks for being a great host.

Vida

Amazing, you've blown me away, how on earth can I keep and try all these????!!!! I will give it my best shot, thank you!!!! Vida x

Suganya

What a wonderful round-up! I see unique recipes here that draw my attention. Thanks for letting us participate and learn more :)

joey

What a fantastic round up! Each entry seems so interesting and different...and absolutely delicious! :) Ok, time to start bookmarking!

Thanks again for squeezing me in! You are too kind! :)

Sylvia

I really enjoy in participate.You are a great host

Susan from Food Blogga

When I read "savory preserves," I don't know why I didn't think of chutneys. Duh. This round-up is quite inspirational; they're many dishes I wouldn't have thought of making but would love to try. Thanks!

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