I have something a little different in store for you today! Genie, the awesome blogger who runs Bunny Eats Design, contacted us a few months ago to see if we’d be interested in hosting May’s edition of Our Growing Edge! I was so honored to be asked- Genie has done a wonderful job of gathering food bloggers from all over the world into an inspiring, encouraging community.
Every month, food bloggers submit a link of one of their recent blog posts- you can make anything you’d like, the only requirement is that the recipe needs to be something new to you- a new ingredient or preparation or experience. It’s awesome to see bloggers getting out of their comfort zones- the results are spectacular!
Interested in joining in on next month’s roundup? It’s a great experience! For more information, visit Our Growing Edge.
Now that you know a little bit about what a roundup is, let’s jump right into this month’s edition!
First up! Fa’s Kitchen tackled making watermelon juice– something I’ve never heard of, but it sounds delicious!
This recipe made my mouth water! What a creative and delicious way to substitute eggplant for pasta.
This blog post and recipe blew my mind! Not only does Simona write in both English and Italian, she made homemade matcha noodles. So impressive!
This looks amazing! Spinach Stuffed Flank Steak– yum!
My favorite again- pasta! Julie made a delicious looking Carbonara dish, that we’ll have to try.
Everyday Life Mom made some delicious Almond Butter Bars that look like the perfect post-workout snack!
Our host, Genie, ended up with 42 figs in her fridge, and shared some beautiful photos of how she creatively used them up.
Yum!! The Dream Baker whipped up the most delicious looking Chocolate Banana Cake that I’m dying to try.
Kerene from The Dream Baker also submitted her recipe for Oven-roasted Char Siu (BBQ Pork)– another delicious, mouth-watering recipe.
Saffron & Honey submitted these gorgeous photos of her recipe for Ramps Raclette. This wasn’t something I was familiar with, but her post made me want to try it out!
Feijoa- a completely foreign type of fruit. Nom Nom Panda creatively used up her bountiful harvest in feijoa paste.
Becky made the yummiest looking Beet Salad– looks like a perfect summer recipe!
Chelsea recently highlighted Smorgasburg, in New York City. They stopped by and got donuts from Dough, and oh my goodness- they look amazing.
Another alternative to pasta in lasagna! Definitely worth trying!
Last but not least, these absolutely adorable Banana Banana Banana Cake‘s might be one of my favorite links for this month! Isabel from Sweet Loves killed it!
So that’s it! May’s round-up is complete!