Friday, 1 February 2013

Pasta Please: Peppers

I'm very excited to be hosting the 2nd round of Pasta Please as I do like food-related alliteration! This month's theme is peppers, as they're readily available all year round, fairly cheap and really brighten up a pasta dish. You can, of course, choose which type/s of pepper you want to use...that could be bell peppers, pointed peppers, a red pepper pesto or even chilli peppers. The choice is yours!

...Want to join in the challenge?
  • Simply post a pasta dish on your blog by the 28th of the month and:
  • Link to the current host (this page please!) and Tinned Tomatoes: e.g. I'm linking this post into the 2nd Pasta Please challenge hosted by Lisa at We Don't Eat Anything with a Face and Jac at Tinned Tomatoes.
  • Use the Pasta Please image in your post.
  • If you use twitter, please tweet your post to @facelessfood and @tinnedtoms with the #PastaPlease hashtag and we will re-tweet it. 
  • Selected entries will be pinned to the Pasta Please Pinterest board.
Here are the rules:
  • Follow the current theme (that's peppers this month!) when creating your recipe.
  • All entries must be suitable for vegetarians.
  • Other hosts will accept all pasta dishes, unless they specify only vegetarian/vegan etc.
  • One entry per blog.
  • Recipes must be added to the linky by the 28th of each month.
  • If you would like to host Pasta Please, email Jacqueline at tinnedtomatoes@googlemail.com
The February 2013 theme is peppers.
All dishes must be suitable for vegetarians
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11 comments:

  1. Brilliant theme Lisa. I will get my thinking hat on :)

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  2. Already thinking about it - thanks.

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    1. Looking forward to your recipe xx

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  3. Hi Lisa

    Just wondering with these challenges are there any rules against using recipes put together by someone else, I know the original author must be linked if I do this..

    Thanks

    Metz

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    1. Hi Metz, no rules against it, but I would suggest that you don't publish the original recipe/method (unless you get permission from the author), to protect yourself from potential copyright issues. You can certainly adapt a recipe, add your own method and link back to the original recipe. Does that make sense?!

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  4. Yep makes sense, thanks!

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  5. An inspiring choice of theme, Lisa, thank you!

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    1. Thanks for linking up. I really must try making my own pasta some time!

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  6. Got my entry in just in time!! :) Hope you like it! x

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    1. It looks fab...thanks for linking up.

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