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Presto Pasta Nights Round-Up #94

December 19th, 2008 · 6 Comments

Ruth‘s Presto Pasta Nights was one of the first foodblogging events I stumbled across when I began my blog, and I am thrilled to now be hosting the holiday edition! One of the great things about the event is getting a peek at how pasta is enjoyed all across the world, and our first submission comes to us from Greece!

Ivy of Kopiaste to Greek Hospitality writes from Athens, Greece, to share Tagliatelle with Chicken and Veggies.

Navita of Zaayeka shares a Spaghetti Americana.

Kitchenette of Got No Milk creates a lactose-free Tetrazzini Reconstructed.

Ferdzy of Seasonal Ontario Food submits an easy weeknight Whote Wheat Noodles with Stir-Fried Vegetables.

Gilli of So So Simple cooks up an Italian Chow passed down from her mother-in-law, for a holiday buffet.

Robin of Made with Love shares Ham & Shells Casserole, with a ziti twist.

City Girl of City Girl Lifestyle adds a Greek twist to Shrimp Scampi Pasta with Feta.

Daphne of More Than Words writes from Perth to share a celebratory Chinese Seafood Mee Sua; stop by and congratulate her on passing her University exams!

And another submission from the South Pacific, Ning of Heart and Hearth in Manila shares Cheezy Beefy Twirls.

Back in the Northern hemisphere, Katie of Thyme for Cooking writes from Lot et Garonne, France, with Chicken with Cauliflower Pasta.

Mary of One Perfect Bite shares Thai Rice Noodles with Beef and Spinach.

And Marye from Baking Delights writes with a dish that combines three of my favorite things, Artichoke & Parmesan Pasta.

Our founder Ruth of Once Upon a Feast received an early gift of Giada’s Kitchen and prepared her Pasta with Shrimp, Arugula & Lemon Oil.

As for me, I’m still enjoying leftovers of the Cherry Coconut Kugel I baked for my son’s daycare holiday potluck.

Thanks everyone for participating and thanks to Ruth for allowing me to host this week! Presto Pasta Nights is now officially on holiday vacation. Visit the archives to get your pasta fix between now and January 9, and submit your latest creations to our founder Ruth of Once Upon a Feast, ruth (at) 4everykitchen (dot) com, by January 8 to be included in the first round-up of 2009. Happy Holidays!!

Tags: foodblogs · pasta · recipes

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ruth // Dec 19, 2008 at 5:30 pm

    The roundup looks amazing. Thanks so much for hosting – you did a terrific job and now you can get ready for all the holidays!

  • 2 Eat your pasta! « got no milk // Dec 19, 2008 at 6:18 pm

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  • 3 daphne // Dec 21, 2008 at 3:18 am

    Nice round up!!! Woah! That’s alot of pasta/noodles! woohoo. =)

    Thank you for the congratulations =) It wasn’t exams- I’m done with my thesis!!!! =)

  • 4 Anna // Dec 21, 2008 at 6:29 pm

    i’m such an idiot! i participated but forgot to email my details!!

    i made tan tan men: a spicy Japanese ramen and pork soup originally with Chinese origins.

  • 5 Anna // Dec 21, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    oopps, here’s the link!!!

    i’m really quite forgetful at the moment!

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