Dec 24

Monthly Mingle: Winter Fruits and Vegetables

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Winter has already set in and the markets are flooded with the colorful fruits and vegetables from the December harvest. There is a plethora of the fresh vegetables and fruits that are available in the markets – avocado, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, grape fruit, pears, spinach, beans, and so many others. So if you have any recipes having these fruits or vegetables as the main ingredients then go ahead and rush in your entries for this month’s edition of Monthly Mingle: Winter Fruits and Vegetables. Along with these winter harvest as the main ingredients the recipes may have other vegetables or non-vegetarian ingredients.

Meeta of  “What’s for Lunch, Honey?” fame organizes the Monthly Mingle event each month and was kind enough to allow us to host this event for the month of December-January. Please send in your entries to bengalicuisine@gmail.com

(bengalicuisine[at]gmail[dot]com) between 24th December 2009 and 11th January, 2010.

The rules are simple and easy:

1. Create any dish between now and 11th January, 2010 that fits the idea of Winter Fruits and Vegetables. There is no limit to the number of entries you can send for the event.

2. Your creation should be prepared for the current Monthly Mingle theme and cannot be shared with any other blog events.

3. You must provide a link to this post and the official Monthly Mingle page.

4. Please send in your recipes to bengalicuisine@gmail.com with “Monthly Mingle” as the subject line along with the following details:

  • Your preferred name.
  • Name of your blog and its url.
  • Name of the dish and url of the post.
  • Your location (Country)
  • A picture of the dish 300pixels wide.

We would appreciate if you can kindly use the logo of the event.

If you have any queries please drop a comment here or mail us at bengalicuisine@gmail.com.

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  1. Kasandra Kerzer

    Hi! I just want to state that I really like all your posting style and that so I am going to visit your blog regularly from now on 😉 Keep writing!

    1. Sudeshna Banerjee

      Thank you so much for your comment. Would love to see more comments here at CLB.

  2. tigerfish

    Just sent you my entry ! Thanks for hosting.
    .-= tigerfish´s last blog ..Kale Winter Vegetable Soup of the Day – with Salmon and Tofu =-.

    1. Sudeshna Banerjee

      Thanks a lot.

  3. Soma

    mailed u my entry right now.

  4. Quinn

    Is the deadline 11 Jan or 14 Jan? There’s a bit of confusion there.

    .-= Quinn´s last blog ..Granola =-.

    1. Sudeshna Banerjee

      Sorry for the confusion, its 11th Jan.

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