Round up #9 – International Incident Salt Party

International Incident Salt party

Thanks everyone for being patient this month. Just returned from a trip to New Zealand. I have finally read through all the contributions and I must say caramel and salt is the most popular but killer combination. We can make a 5 course dinner starring salt and not get bored of it. Salt is a humble but must have ingredient in every household. I can’t imagine cooking without salt. Can you?

Now sit back and allow me to showcase all the lovely recipes and ideas that fellow food bloggers have come up with.

Evelyne of Cheap Ethnic Eatz – Salt Preserved Jalapeno

Tammy of Koreafornian Cooking – Korean Sesame Salt

Maya of Foodiva’s Kitchen – Chocolate-Matcha Grissini with Anglesey Sea Salt

Conor of Hold the Beef – GanAsha Cake

Jeanne of The Materialistic Baker – Salted Caramel (Chocolate) Molten Cake

AmandaP of Dancing Veggies – Salted Caramel Apple Bliss

Ihua of The Chronicles of Ms I-Hua – Fleur De Sel Caramel ‘Sneakers

Natasha of 5 Star Foodie – Slow Roasted Maple Leaf Duck Breast Filet with Old Hickory Smoked Salt, Black Trumpets, Soft Polenta, and Sun-Dried Tomato Jus

Agnes of Off the Spork – Lamb baked in a salt crust

Leaf of the indolent cook – preserved mandarin sorbet

Annapet of Moonglow Gardens – Caramel Apple Red Tea Macarons with Fleur de Sel Caramel Filling

Sanjana of Korashi – Scrambled Tofu with Edamame and Black Salt

Casey Angelova of Casey Angelova – Salt-Baked Trout

Mardi of Eat Live Travel Write – homemade potato chips dipped in salted chocolate

Oz of Kitchen Butterfly – How to make Finishing Salts

Cherrie of Sweet Cherrie Pie – Chocolate Mug Cake with salted dulce de leche

Shellie of Iron Chef Shellie – Crunchy Peanut Butter & Sea Salt Biscuits

Trix of Taste Trix – Homemade Pretzels with Black Lava Salt

My contribution of Salted caramel ice cream with candied bacon

Thanks everyone again for joining. So many lovely creations. I might just do one on caramel next year! And thanks for being patient this month on the round out. Still trying not think about being back to work…. no driving around the beautiful mountains and lakes. Back behind a desk. But it also means back into a kitchen! :)

The theme for December is really open. I decided on Colours as there are so many different ways that we celebrate a festive season. Some of us may not celebrate Christmas and do not want to leave anyone out. It will be a hard one but we are very creative food bloggers. We can do this. Keep it as simple as you like as I know many are preparing for Christmas or as elaborate and elegant as you like. The choice is yours! See you guys on the 19th of December, 11am Melbourne time. You know the drill. Please sign up on linky!