Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Grow Your Own Roundup

On January 10, I posted about the herb encrusted pork that I made for dinner that night.

Shortly after it posted, I was contacted by the Nate from House of Annie, who is the wintertime host of the Grow Your Own roundup, and invited to join their round up.

The Grow Your Own roundup is a collection of blogs that talk about food made from ingredients they grew themselves.

The roundup posted today, and I spent quite a while reading different recipes and food adventures.

This edition boasts 61 different dishes from 8 different countries.

They range from Sharlene in North Carolina, who baked a chicken outside in a solar oven in 34 degree weather, to Peter in California who brews his own beer from homegrown hops.

From Fiona in England who made raspberry vinegar to a 14 year old girl in Austrailia who used lemons from her Great Grandmothers tree to make lemon meringue pie.

If you want some recipes, some encouragement, some inspiration and some laughs, head over to the Grow Your Own roundup and check out the other entries.

And when you make it all the way to the bottom, you will find contact information, in case you want to join yourself next time.

See my original post here.

Read all about Troys Herb Blend here.

I'm going to be joining Balancing Bedlam and Beauty this week for Tasty Tuesday.


  1. Thanks for joinining in....love your header....I refuse to recede as well (even though we are almost celebrating a year of unemployment.)We're still debt free (except for the house..not to say we aren't scrambling - we are, but we're making it. :)

  2. Thanks for the excellent summary, and for participating. Hope to see another entry from you this round!