Saturday, July 29, 2006

All Three Donna Hay-ish Crostini

The Blogathon Crostini Collection

2006 blogathon 24 hours of blogging to raise money for food runners in san francisco on july 29th 2006

These crostini made for Hay Hay It’s Donna Day #4 hosted by Bron Marshall.

# 1 Salt - Butter - Radish
# 2 Peach - Sea Bean with Almonds
# 3 Marinated Courgette Ribbons - lemon - olives- feta - mint



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2006 blogathon 24 hours of blogging to raise money for food runners in san francisco on july 29th 2006


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All Three Donna Hay-ish Crostini

7 Comments:

  • At 29/7/06 12:54, Blogger Sam said…

    suprisingly the courgette is my favourite of the three.

     
  • At 29/7/06 12:55, Blogger Bacon Press said…

    Sam,

    Those look AWESOME!

    I *will be stealing* your crostini recipes for future party use.

    k.

     
  • At 29/7/06 13:03, Anonymous Barbara said…

    Great to see you participating in this event Sam. It is 8AM in NZ and I've just looked in. You have been busy.

     
  • At 29/7/06 13:18, Blogger anni said…

    Beautiful Crostini!

    I'm inspired to include an entry for Bron's roundup.

    Love your creativity with the courgettes! Let's roll!

    Tootles,
    Anni :-)

     
  • At 29/7/06 13:18, Blogger Catherine said…

    These are beautiful, Donna

     
  • At 29/7/06 14:20, Blogger Bron said…

    Wow Sam!!
    What you get up to when I'm pushing up Zzzz!!

    Your trio of crostini looks absolutely gorgeous, well done!

    Sorry I haven't pledged you anything for the SF Food Runners. I have however given to the equivalent here in my home town, Christchurch, New Zealand on your behalf. I hope that's a cool compromise!

    Keep up the great work! You ROCK!

     
  • At 29/7/06 14:53, Blogger C(h)ristine said…

    they are beautiful! it is such a treat to see you blogging this in 'real time'--almost like being there! it's fascinating to see how the experience for me as a reader changes knowing you are blogging every half hour.

     

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