Pasta Please Challenge for October: Seasonal Vegetables

Pasta Please Challenge for October: Seasonal Vegetables

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I’m excited to share with you that Jacqueline from Tinned Tomatoes has asked me to guest host the Pasta Please challenge this month. I’ve never guest hosted a challenge before so I am quite excited.

I ummed-and-arred about what “theme” I could set for the challenge and have finally settled on seasonal veggies. If you want to take part in this month’s challenge read on!

Pasta Please Challenge Inspiration

As the dark nights draw in and the days get cooler I get so excited: I love warm snuggly jumpers, splashing in puddles and hearty pies! It also means Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas are all just round the corner! As I am hosting the October edition of Pasta Please, I thought I would pay homage to my favourite time of year with a celebration of seasonal produce. Just think harvest festival!

If you’re in need of some inspiration, then just check out this long list of delicious (fruit and) veggies you could use in your pasta recipe this month:

Aubergine, apples, beetroot, broccoli, brussels sprouts, butternut squash, carrots, celeriac, celery, chestnuts, chicory, chilies, courgette, kale, leeks, marrow, onions, parsnips, pears, peas, pumpkin, radishes, rocket, runner beans, spinach, swede, sweetcorn, swiss chard, tomatoes, turnips, watercress, wild mushrooms and winter squash.

Have you decided what to make yet? A few of those ingredients have caught my eye… To join in just follow the guidelines below.

Pasta Please Challenge Guidelines

  1. Post your pasta dish on your blog and add it to the linky at the bottom of this post
  2. Link to Supper in the Suburbs and Tinned Tomatoes
  3. Use the Pasta Please logo in your post (see image at the start of this post)
  4. If you use twitter, tweet your post with @KitchenGoddess3 and @tinnedtoms and #PastaPlease and we will re-tweet it.
  5. Only one entry per blog.
  6. Recipes must be added to the linky below by the 28th of October

Bonus tip: If your entry happens to be vegetarian then you can link it up with Jacqueline’s brand new Meat Free Mondays linky as well.

So, now you know how to take part all you have to do is get cooking! Jacqueline and I look forward to seeing all of your recipes.


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