UPDATE: Please congratulate the winner of a $50(USD) Amazon gift certificate, Arfi of HomemadeS and her PotatO Rosti with Thyme Sauteed Mushrooms O Foods for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month recipe!
Make sure you check out Part 1 of the O Foods for OvarianCancer Awareness Round-up at Bleeding Espresso and and Part 3 – Awareness at The Leftover Queen and the winners!
As I write this, O Foods for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month has raised $415 at FirstGiving!! I really want to thank first the people that have dedicated time and effort to help spread the word and participate, and also to the donors who, because of our efforts, have decided to support such a worthy cause. And don’t let that stop you. Whenever you’re reading this, you’re welcome to
We’re going to leave the donation page active the rest of the year and we’ll keep checking back on it. Help us spread the word! Stumble the round-up pages!
In case you missed it, your hosts also contributed to O Foods!
- O Foods: Oatmeal Carrot Date Bread, the Banana Bread Alternative! from the Leftover Queen
- Oatmeal Banana Craisin Muffins and Onion, Oregano & TimO Focaccia from Bleeding Espresso
And I contributed with Pesto Garganico: Almonds, Sundried Tomatoes and Basil Pesto
Now on to our bloggers! Thank you to all of you!
|Susan from Food Blogga gets sweet on us and makes her risotto fit for dessert! Dessert RisottO with Wine Poached Figs! Grazie, Susan!|
|Ilva from Lucullian Delights makes good use of a muffin tin to make her innovative OH! ONION OMELETTES – Frittatine with Onion, balsamic vinegar and thyme. I’m coming over! Thanks, Ilva!|
|Arfi from HomeMadeS, way out in New Zealand, contributes a dish that could be great any time of year (or perhaps even breakfast this morning for me!): PotatO Rosti with Thyme Sauteed Mushrooms Grazie, Arfi!|
|Jerry from Jerry’s Thoughts, Musings, and Rants! topped an Orange and beet salad with some yummy blue cheese! Grazie, Jerry!|
|Aggie from Aggie’s Kitchen combined two really great ingredients : Oatmeal and pumpkin to make some nutty Oatmeal Pumpkin Bars! Grazie, Aggie!|
|Elly from Elly says Opa! bakes up something that will warm your insides in these coming winter months: a FarrO Bake with spinach and mushrooms! Grazie, Elly!|
|Stacy from Stacy & Brian’s Adventures in Life makes a hearty PortabellO Frittata that could make a great appetizer or main dish! Grazie, Stacy!|
|Amy from Destination Anywhere takes a staple side dish and gives it a bit of kick with her Green Beans with PistachiO Grazie, Amy!|
|Judy from No Fear Entertaining makes an Olive Tapenade and pairs it with some lavash for a delicious appetizer! Grazie, Judy!|
|JoAnne from LitleQueen Rules spices up our O Foods with Chicken GumbO Soup that I would make today if I had okra nearby! Grazie, JoAnne!|
|Ms. Liminal from Notes from Memphis features my beloved Orecchiette (little-ear pasta) with Rapini some ricotta salata (another favorite!) Grazie, Ms.!|
|Terry from Got No Milk makes a spiced-filled Roasted PotatO soup with whole grain toast points for a quick meal on an autumn night. Grazie, Terry!|
|Maria from My Place in the Sun contributes a traditional Vizcayan recipe from Basque Country, located in Northern Spain with BacalaO a la Vizcaína (Cod Vizcaya Style). Grazie, Maria!|
|Teresa from Mexican-American Border Cooking makes something I’m infinitely curious to know how it tastes – Oranges and Sweet PotatO in Red Chile! Caliente! Grazie, Teresa!|
|Swati from Chatkor, and joining us all the way from India adds PotatO Cream Cheese Methi Parathas and Palak Paneer – I’ll take a homemade paratha any day! Grazie, Swati!|
|Jayasree from Experiments in Kailas Kitchen adds a corny and chocolaty twist to ordinary oatmeal squares to make Oatmeal Chocolate Squares Grazie, Jayasree!|
|Valerie from City Girl Lifestyle makes one of her favorite dishes to raise awareness : goat-cheese, Herb Mashed PotatOes Grazie, Valerie!|
|Jen from a2eatwrite makes Jen’s Rocking Oatmeal, an excellent breakfast option that “sticks to your ribs” with raisins, peanut butter and honey. Jen, I’d probably throw in a splash of milk like your husband :) Grazie, Jen!|
|Laurie from Dalla Mia Cucina managed to fit a lot of O’s into her recipe with Orange Roughy with Sauteed Olives, Capers & TomatOes with some saffron rice! Grazie, Laurie!|
|Terry from Notes from One Mom utilizes one of my favorite O Foods with Caramelized Onion Toasts – I can sit and eat caramelized onions by the bucket, so hopefully I’d leave a few to scoop onto the toasts! Grazie, Terry!|
|Nags from Edible Garden contributes a fresh alternative to a green salad with Indian Paneer cheese and TomatO Salad – if you like Greek salad, why not try it with Indian flavors instead? Great idea! Grazie, Nags!|
Take a look at the entries, make some comments, and above all, thank these bloggers for their time! Come back Monday for the winners’ announcement! If you have a message for Gina, you’re welcome to leave it in the comments!