A Taste From The Past: April Recipes

No Sunday Snapshots today, it’ll be back next Sunday.

Taste From The Past; A Taste From The Past; Spicie Foodie; Recipes; recipes from the past; Feasting on recipes from the past; Feasting on the past; healthy; fresh; delicous; low fat; low calories; healthier; ethnic food

Last month I introduced you to a new (yes, yet another one) feature here on Spicie Foodie, A Taste From The Past. If you missed it, basically it will be a special series for me to share great recipes from the Spicie Foodie archives. As I know is the case with many of you, I’ve accumulated some wonderful recipes that didn’t get the attention they so deserve. (This is my way of putting them in the spotlight again. Please join me as we “Feast On The Past” with April’s Taste From The Past.

strawberry; green tea; Matcha; green; smoothie; food; drink; healthy; milk; diet; energy; organic; spices; uses

April 2010
Homemade Potpourri
Strawberry Green Tea Smoothie
Bean and Tortilla soup with Memories
Mexican Chorizo Tacos

recipe, cabbage rolls, slavic, tomato, rice, ground beef, spicie foodie

April 2011
Apple Honey Cake for My Honey
Slavic Cabbage Rolls (My First Attempt) and The Huffington Post
Spicy Spaghetti with grated Zucchini
Potato Bread Bruschetta with Tomatoes and Arugula
Gourmet Sandwich For A Lazy Lunch
I’m Ready To Be Spanked! And Mazanec Czech Easter Bread (delicious year-round)
Vegan Indian Cauliflower Mash, or Aloo Gobi Mash

recipe, Gourmet Sandwich, salami, pepperoni, mozzarella, arugula, cherry tomato, Hungarian Paprikas Salam, German style mustard

In case you missed these, April 2012
Basil Wrapped Sausage
Shrimp Creole Inspired by Emeril Lagasse
Hubby’s Enchilada Style Chimichangas (Tex-Mex Recipe)
Sri Lankan Pork Curry and Rice & Curry Cookbook Review
Black Sesame Polvorones 

Taste From The Past; A Taste From The Past; Spicie Foodie; Recipes; recipes from the past; Feasting on recipes from the past; Feasting on the past; healthy; fresh; delicous; low fat; low calories; healthier; ethnic food

What I’m Loving From Around The Blogosphere This Week/Month
Fondas, Cocinas, and Cafes: Casual Dining in Mexico City by Tasty Trix
Creamy Fusili Salad with Sun Dried Tomatoes, Peas & Arugula by Rosas’s Yummy Yums
Penne with Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms, Eggplant and Sambal by Lemon and Anchioves
Rainbow Kale Salad by Tartine and Apron Strings
Strawberry Honey Jam by Gastronome Tart
Sweet and Spicy Mango Chutney by Curry and Comfort

 

Happy Sunday everyone, see you tomorrow for April’s YBR roundup! 

 

Comments

  1. says

    I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again–I love that you’re bringing back recipes we have missed this way. I have a few of those, too, but I think I need to reshoot them first. The Mexican Chorizo tacos are calling my name–better check them out. :)

    Thanks so much for the link to my eggplant-shiitake recipe! :)

    • says

      Hi Jean,

      Thank you and I’m gad to hear you’ve enjoyed this new feature. Those are one of my favorite tacos. I hope you do try them soon.

      I loved your recipe:)

  2. says

    Nancy I’ve missed all of these posts and most of what you did this month. I’ve been so busy I’m having trouble keeping up with everyone let alone myself. That said I’m going to read all of these. I agree we should all do this with our first run recipe posts with little followers. Great idea. I’m certain all these are as wonderful as the newer posts.

  3. says

    i’m so embarrassed, i just realized i completely forgot to get in touch with you about YBR. huge apologies. better luck for me next month. in the mean time i will just have to explore all of these lovely recipes of yours!

  4. says

    What a exciting April you have had!! Love this new feature on your blog. :) Thank you so much for including me in the dishes you hope to try. I actually used the chutney in a recipe yesterday as an experiment and it came out so well. I will post it tomorrow. : ) Have a great week! ~ Ramona

  5. says

    I actually love this series because for the past 2 years I’ve been missing your posts and this way I get to see your wonderful recipes monthly! I don’t even have enough recipes to do the same – that tells how many recipes you have created on your blog! Amazing. :-)

    • says

      Thank you Nami, I’m glad to hear that you are enjoying it. I have a year more of recipes and posts than you but I’m sure you could also do the same.

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