The Cookbook Challenge: Week 4 Beans theme round up

by April@MyFoodTrail on December 15, 2009

in Cookbook Challenge Roundups

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here.
Read more round ups here.

This week’s theme was beans, and there were a wide variety of beans used. Broad beans, green beans, peas, black beans, butter beans, red kidney beans, chickpeas, beansprouts, even vanilla bean, but the most used bean was the cannellini bean. Stephanie Alexander’s cookbooks featured twice – Kitchen Garden Companion and Cook’s Companion and two people made homemade baked beans.

Here is a list of everyone’s recipes in order of posting.
Sarah from The Sugar JunkieChermoula chicken with chickpea salad
Ange from Vicious AngeGreen & yellow bean salad
Carolyn from Gluten ShmootenBean & sausage stew
Huntingsnark from Hunting of the SnarkBlack bean enchiladas
Bri from Bri EatsButter bean dip
Kate from Something by KateLamb & green bean salad with pesto dressing
Leigh from Chit Chat ChompIncredible smashed peas & broad beans on toast
Anthea from What’s For Tea?Summer cannellini beans
Arale79 from Meals on BudgetButter bean, red kidney & wakame salad with lemon dressing
Cherrie from Sweet Cherrie PieHomemade baked beans on toast
Shellie from Iron Chef ShellieLavender —– cotta with lavender shards
Agnes from Off the SporkDressed cannellini beans
Kat from Spatula, Spoon & SaturdayThai crispy mussel & beansprout pancake (Hoy Tod)
Jo from Second HelpingAndalusian broad beans with ham (Habas a la rondena); Andalusian green beans with almonds (Judias con almendras)
Rilsta from My Food TrailRibollita (Traditional Tuscan soup)
Adski from Totally Addicted to TasteStephanie Alexander’s baked beans

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to post your recipe yet, please let me know via email or comment here when you do and I will add you to the list!

Week 5 has already started with the theme of “Greek”.

Happy cooking everyone!

Over & Out, Rilsta xx

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Kat (Spatula, Spoon and Saturday) December 15, 2009 at 8:48 pm

If you'd like, we can all take turns doing the summary post. i'm happy to do next week's.

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Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella December 16, 2009 at 8:30 pm

Great roundup Rilsta! I love beans, especially black beans so I'll have lots of fun checking out the recipes 🙂

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Anita December 17, 2009 at 10:07 pm

That's a good range of dishes made for the challenge.

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Adski December 18, 2009 at 10:13 am

Guess what!! I've managed to catch up! I've posted weeks 3 and 4 finally.
And I'll be making sure I'm getting on the greek bandwagon tonight!
Your bean soup looks amazing! Shame I went with boring old baked beans… but unfortunately, it looks like I'm obsessed!! 🙂

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Rilsta December 18, 2009 at 3:58 pm

Hi Kat: Thanks for the offer but I guess they should be in the one place. I don't mind doing it, it just takes a while, that's all!

Hi Lorraine: Thanks! Hopefully there are some recipes for you to add to your list!

Hi Anita: It's always interesting to see what everyone comes up with!

Hi Adski: Yay! Will add your entries to the list! Hope you can keep up now! 🙂

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