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Jul 29, 2007



What an interesting and challenging (for me at least) theme, Johanna. The area in East London where I live is so culturally diverse, the most local thing I can think of off the top of my head is Ambala sweets (an Indian brand of sweets)!
I might go back to my 'roots' and try something Flemish instead - if you'll allow me, that is.


Love love love your idea!
Estonia's got enough to offer, I'd say:)

Judith in Umbria

Our local and unique specialty is an Easter sweet. Every house you enter has it cooking during the pre-carnival and Easter season. I'll have to go dig for that one.

Alice Q. Foodie

This sounds fun - I've missed the past few so I am definitely going to mark my calendar for this one. Cheers!


I like the cake ok to present for this blog event.
I would like to submit a polish version of honey cake called the piernik?


This is going to be difficult since we don't really have anything local here apart from anzac biscuits or pavlova(debatable whether it's Aussie or from New Zealand.


This is the first food blogging event I'm joining, and I know EXACTLY what I'm making. I can't wait for the round-up!


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