Here comes the Walk around the cuisine of the network Number 99, which like every Monday, serves as a review of the best we have seen during the week in our tour of the gastronomic blogosphere. It also helps us remember Roman numeration, which is always interesting.
On this occasion, on the eve of hundredth walk that will arrive next Monday, I wanted to show you some of the blogs that have caught my attention in recent days, trying to focus on seasonal recipes, this time varied, after the latest compilations dedicated to pastries and cucumber.
We started the walk with this sacher cake, stuffed with cherries with mango that Nieves prepared, from the blog Sweet and salty. Marcela's blog For the love of food, travel and wine He has prepared some spirals of pesto and cheese that I loved. A wonder you want to try as soon as possible.
Another recipe that I liked a lot is this cake from San Antonio, which they prepared on the blog The magic kitchen. With the touch of red wine it seems an excellent idea.
Lydia, from Just a little bite, has prepared a beautiful moruna pastry that surely you like like me. Crispy and juicy, this great recipe never fails. In the blog Sefa's good yantarThey have been encouraged by the heat, and have prepared an olive oil ice cream that has caught my attention. Do you feel like it?
I also loved this monkfish with mint peas that have been prepared in the blog From aki to Beijing. How colorful right? Sacer, from the blog Grapes and cheese taste like kiss, has prepared some roasted tomatoes in the moonlight that will undoubtedly transport you to a delicious place by the hand of the cook Nigella Lawson.
Ana, from her blog Ana in the kitchen It offers us a delicious cod brandade. You have to try it. And finally, we finish with the wild salmon croquettes that Lore suggests in the blog Cooking it.
I hope you liked the ride, and I wait for you next Monday at the Walk through the gastronomy of the Network number one hundred. You do not miss the hype. Bon appetit and happy week to all.