Saturday, August 2, 2008

July's Tasty Tools Roundup: BRUSHES!

My apologies for the delay in getting this posted... but we're got a great round up this month for Tasty Tools! We've highlighted the brushes - pastry and brushes - and to show how versatile this tool is, check out the following Tasty Tool entries submitted by fellow bloggers!
(photo courtesy of Le Crueset)

If you weren't able to participate in the Tasty Tool Challenge in July, hopefully you can submit a recipe for August where we're highlighting the Wonderful Whisk! So whip up a recipe using your whisk anytime for the month of August and submit them by August 31st to be included in the round up! Now onto to the wonderful recipes using pastry and basting brushes...

Annie of Annie's Eats
from Indiana
Phyllo Wrapped Salmon w/Goat Cheese
Annie makes an elegant dish so easy! Using her pastry brush, she works with phyllo dough easily to ensure perfectly buttered, flaky layers for her wrapped salmon. Check out her blog for the recipe, which is perfect for entertaining and guests!

Kim of Live Love Laugh Eat!
from Virginia
Grilled Dinner
Kim had a fabulous dinner that required the use of her basting brush to prevent the foods from sticking to the grill. Check out her blog and be inspired to grill your dinner!
Cate of Fresh From Cate's Kitchen
from California
Rosemary Foccacia
Cate made a fabulous foccacia that was inspired by a pizza she enjoyed in Rome during her honeymoon. Check out her recipe which is not only great looking but easy to do!

Karen of Loves To Eat
from Florida
Classic Apple Pie
Karen makes a classic applie pie for the July 4th holiday and more importantly, her husband's birthday! Check out her pie recipe which is extra special because it's from her mom.

Renea of Sweet Savory Southern
BBQ Beef Kabobs
from Alabama
Renea makes some tasty kabobs using her Chef's Silicone Basting Brush! Check out her kabob recipe that's perfect for summer grilling.
Lore of Culinarty
from Romania
Hot Dog with a Twist
Lore made this creative take on the traditional American hot dog by wrapping a chicken hot dog in puff pastry. It's creative and surely, very tasty! Check out her blog for the recipe and you just might prefer having hot dogs this way going forward!