Monday, May 13, 2013

Use Your Noodle!

This week it's all about the noodle! Long, short, thick, thin, stuffed, filled, etc. Noodles come in every shape or size. Everything from little bitty couscous to long wide strips of lasagna noodles.   How will you USE YOUR NOODLE?

Please make and post your Use Your Noodle dish by Sunday, May 19th. Don't forget to link your dish, as well as a thumbnail image, below.  Please remember to leave a comment after you link so that we don't miss out on your dish.

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If you missed our A Squash is a Squash, Of Course Of Course theme last week, then head over now.

*** Don't forget to check out the Optional Monthly Community Recipe - this month we're making Preserved Lemons, and you'll also find a round-up of all the Shakshuka dishes everyone posted last month.  This fun new IHCC feature is a great way to join in cooking one recipe as a group, to share your experiences and connect with other members of the group. ***

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Michelle B said...

Is it pasta? A grain? Don't know which side you fall on, but couscous w/ tomato & onion was good!

Deb in Hawaii said...

A pasta in my book Michelle! ;-) Got all my ingredients and can't wait to make my pasta dish.

A note for all you "plan-aheaders" --we just added the Ottolenghi themes for June & July to the side bar.

kitchen flavours said...

Made a simple pasta, something that I'm not crazy about!
Thanks for the June/July themes! Already started to plan ahead! :)

Deb in Hawaii said...

Pasta with Saffron, Capers & Raisins was great--I really enjoyed this one!

Jodi is Purely Nourished said...
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Kaye said...

Saffron Tagliatelle with Spiced Butter for me. Very nice pasta, with tasty sauce with way too much butter.

Thanks for the next months' themes!

Couscous & Consciousness said...

I made Lemon & Goat Cheese Ravioli - loved it - will definitely be making this again. Was very easy to make for a lovely lunch.

Kim said...

A big thanks to Michelle for pointing out the Couscous with Tomato and Onion. We loved it!