Wednesday, March 02, 2011
Hello Japan! mini-challenge: February links
Thank you to everyone who took part in the Hello Japan! mini-challenge for February. February's Hello Japan! topic was Japanese cooking and the task was to make something Japanese. I really enjoyed reading about your different Japanese cooking adventures, but I have to say that reading about the food you all made was making me very hungry! Click on the links below to visit everyone's posts.
Uniflame of She Likes Bento made a Potato-Macaroni Salad Bento as well as a Teriyaki Bento.
Mee of Bookie Mee read Oishinbo: Vegetables, another volume of the Japanese food manga series.
Melody at Melody's Reading Corner made cold Inaniwa udon.
Gnoe at Graasland had her Japanese chef's hat on last month. She made a vegetarian sushi meal, as well as Sesame-crusted rice patties, and also made her own yaki gyoza.
Robin shared her recipe for Yakisoba.
Chinoiseries at Always cooking up something made sushi and other Japanese food.
Judith of Leeswammes' Blog really wanted to make something from the Wagamama cookbook, but it's not always easy to find Japanese ingredients in her town.
litera at Litera-tour made sekihan, or as I like to call it "celebration rice".
And I shared a recipe for a favourite side-dish, kabocha no nimono (Japanese simmered pumpkin).
February's prize is this tiny ojyu bako (stackable bento box). It's very small but very cute. Thanks to a bit of assistance from random.org, the winner is... Gnoe.
Congratulations! I hope you like it.
The March mini-challenge will be up soon but don't forget that you can see the list of all upcoming topics for the rest of the year at the main Hello Japan! page. Just click on the button, or the link above. And as always, if you have any questions, please let me know.