13th Mediterranean Cooking Event – France8 comments Oct 10th, 2010 | By Tobias | Category: Blogevents, Recipes
The French cuisine also had its influences throughout history. It was Katharina di Medici, for example, that brought the Italian couisine to France in 1547.
The French cuisine is famous for its sauces such as Béchamel and Sauce Béarnaise, but also for it soups like the Bouliabaisse. Trying to name all dishes France is famous for would not make sense, I am sure you are much better in doing so.
Start date is the 10th of October 2010.
End date is the 10th of November 2010.
I am glad that I could find a great classic cookbook by Julia Child that fits the event very well:
“Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. 1″
These are the RULES:
Who can participate?
Everyone that blogs and loves food.
What do I have to do to participate?
1. Cook a dish from the actual country of focus.
2. Post the recipe on your blog. Mention the event with a backlink and include one of the banners in the recipe post or on your blog in general.
3. Leave a comment with a trackback (backlink) to your recipe here (below), so we all can find
How is the winner chosen?
After the event has finished I will put up a poll
on the blog that includes all participants. You will have 2 weeks time to vote for your favourite dish.
Can I participate with more than 1 recipe?
Yes, you can. All recipes participate the poll.
Banners you can take along:
(just copy the HTML code and paste it into your blog)
Banner 130 x 130
Banner 130 x 250
Banner 500 x 112