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17th Mediterranean Cooking Event – Montenegro

3 comments Feb 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Blogevents

The cuisine of Montenegro is influenced by it geographic position and by it history. The proximity to Italy with has brought Polenta for example but also a great knowledge of wine making to the country. Historically the traces of the Ottoman Empire can be found in dishes like Musaka, Pilav, Pita, Kebab but also Baklava. Even the Hungarian Gulash is part of the traditional food of Montenegro.

Wine and Schnaps is produced locally. The style of cuisine is very diverse from the coast line to the mountains.

Start date is the 10th of February 2011.
End date is the 10th of March 2011.

This great cookbook waits for the winner!

“All Along the Danube: Recipes from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria”

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
it.

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)

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  1. Here is my entry:
    http://tasteofpearlcity.blogspot.com/2011/02/baklava-layered-sweet-pastry.html

  2. [...] am sending this ajvar to Tobias on the occasion of the 17th Mediterranean Cooking event, the theme being [...]

  3. Hi Tobias,
    It has been very interesting to read and discover more about Montenegrin cuisine!
    Here is my entry:
    http://sweetartichoke.com/2011/03/10/ajvar-red-pepper-relish-ajvar-caviar-de-poivron-rouge/

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