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gingerroot June 16, 2011
If I can find loquat I will happily test kmartinelli's Samosas with Loquat-Onion chutney. I will report back whether or not I can find some. Congrats to all the EPs/EP candidates!
gingerroot June 17, 2011
It seems loquat had a short season here this year...we are just into mango season though - I can test k's recipe, but it will be with mango instead.
TheWimpyVegetarian June 16, 2011
Would have loved to have tested something this week but am traveling through mid-next week. Sorry! But thanks so much for the EP!!
Silky road burgers please
Beautiful, M. June 16, 2011
Thank you Food 52 for selecting me as a candidate, I am so honored! And thank you Kitchen Butterfly for testing my recipe-- hope you enjoy these. I may be grilling some myself this weekend for Father's Day.
Lizthechef June 16, 2011
What's left, please?
Sagegreen June 16, 2011
I would like to try the grilled sausages, since I am not sure I could find loquats. Congrats to all the eps and ep candidates. Such an interesting batch!
Food52 June 16, 2011
Get them while you can, recipes still up for testing are: Early Bird Breakfast Tacos, Silk Road Lamb Burgers, Samosas with Loquat-Onion Chutney, and Mititei-Spicy Garlicky Grilled Sausages
Burnt O. June 16, 2011
I'll take the WHB Special. I have a top sirloin bison roast in the freezer.
Burnt O. June 16, 2011
Can't wait. Have been looking for a simple, easy, yummy way to make the roast, and this is simply perfect for it. Just took it out of the freezer. Thaw today, and age till Sunday or Monday.
AntoniaJames June 16, 2011
I'll test the Tamarind Aioli with Spiced Coconut Chicken Kebabs, please! And thank you. ;o)
AWWW... missed it... no vegetarian picks left! :-(
I've no clue where to get loquats (I'm not even sure where or what to look for)..
They may be hard to find in the States, but I bet you could use a tart apple with similar results. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loquat Since most everyone will be in the same boat, I'm guessing the Editor's won't mind the substitution.
I look forward to trying new recipes, just so that i can learn from them.. Samosas, the risk here is that its such a common snack & I'm so familiar with making them that it would be hard not to digress from the recipe with your own familiar techniques. that would not do justice to the potential EP tag
Market Style Porchetta, please! I've been meaning to make it for my brother since Pierino posted it. I don't know how the editor's picked the contenders this week - there were a ridiculous number of amazing entries!
When I was a kid one of my cousins would only eat peanut butter on toast and corn on the cob! Seems to be a universally loved food. I just need to wait until we have fresh corn around here to make it!
BlueKaleRoad June 16, 2011
I'll take the Chile Pretzels, please!
oh gosh, these all look so good!! congrats everyone! as soon as my kitchen's reopened, I'm all over these!!!
I feel your pain, TiggyBee. My tiling project put my kitchen out of commission for about a week and a half - soooo painful. Good luck with your little "friend."
South Indian Sundal please
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