Weekend Herb Blogging (WHB) # 159 Roundup

Hosting Weekend Herb Blogging was my long lasting wish, which became a reality this week. I received some yummy entries from every part of the globe and I wanna Congratulate Kalyn for successfully running this event for 3 successful years..:)) and now the baton is passed to lovely Haalo.

Without further ado, lets dig into this week's recipes...

Note: the entries are arranged in no specific order.

Name: Cheryl
Location: VA, USA
Recipe: Harvest Apple crisp

Name: Jerry
Location: Canada
Recipe: Balsamic Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta

Name: Cinzia
Location: Italy
Recipe: Biological dishwashing liquid

Name: Kalyn
Recipe: Pressure Cooker Vegetable Soup with Giant White Beans, Ham, and Bay Leaves

Name: Pam
Location: Australia
Recipe: Basil French Toast

Name: Virginie
Location: France
Recipe: Cocoa & Red Wine Biscuits

Name: Haalo
Location: Australia
Recipe: Blood Orange and Black Radish Salad

Name: Laurie
Location: Alaska
Recipe: Pork and Quince Stew

Name: Yasmeen
Location: USA
Recipe: Veggie Sprouts Noodles

Name: Heather
Recipe: Zirbenz Pine Liqueur

Name: Haley
Location: USA
Recipe: Conchiglie al Pomodoro

Name: Anna
Location: Australia
Recipe: Oysters with Horseradish & Parmesan

Name: Susan
Location: USA
Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Pears

Name: Gay
Location: Philippines
Recipe: Thai Fried Rice

Name: Maria
Location: Greece
Recipe: All about Pumpkin

Name: Lisa
Location: Canada
Recipe: Chickpea Pumpkin Burgers

Name: Ning
Location: Philippines
Recipe: Oyster and Spinach Stir Fry

Name: Marija
Location: Serbia
Recipe: Herbed Chicken Skewers

and finally my entry to this week's WHB....

Baked Eggs with Vegetables (Adapted from here)


2 cups of Veggies: I used coarsely chopped - yellow squash, zucchini, string beans, carrots, bell peppers, tomato, onion
2 eggs
1 clove of garlic, very finely chopped
1-2 tbsp Olive oil
Salt & Pepper
fresh Coriander


1. Preheat oven for 375 deg.

2. In a mixing bowl, mix veggies with garlic and olive oil. Then season with salt & pepper. Transfer the contents in an oven-proof dish and bake for 10-15 mins.

3. When the veggies and almost cooked, slip the eggs over them and again bake them for 5-15 mins, until the yolk is cooked.

4. Serve. We had this, as-is as a one pot meal one night and it was definitely a refreshing change for us, especially when we were bored of rice or roti for our dinner.

Happy Thanksgiving folks!



  1. Siri, you did a great job on the roundup! There are so many wonderful recipes, including yours which looks very very tasty - roasted vegetables are my favorite, and what a great idea to top the with an egg. Thanks for your hard work in putting this together!

  2. Great job on this, and so many interesting entries this time. I am always amazed at the creative things people come up with!

  3. I love the roasted veggies with egg! Healthy and easy to prepare! My kind of recipe! :) Thanks for the lovely round-up!

  4. Thanks for this beautiful round'up !

  5. Beautiful photos! I really like your blog.

  6. Great roundup Siri, everything here looks very inviting..

  7. Thank you for hosting Siri - another wonderful display!

  8. Siri,
    OH! I have missed the bus this time LOL..
    anyways ,its good to see so many good recipes .Great job done here ..
    hugs and smiles

  9. OMG Siri...seriously I didn't know you hosted it!..haven't been able to blog hop for a week and you went and hosted this and never told us too!!!...:(...

    anyway thats an awesome roundup and really wonderful that you managed to do such a good job though not keeping well!

  10. Delicious round up,thanks siri:)

  11. What an appealing assortment of dishes. They look wonderful!


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