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Sugar High Friday #43 – Citrus: Round up Part Two

Michelle from Big Black Dogs bakes out of her usual flavor comfort zone and picks tangerine and chocolate in a perfect Tangerine And Chocolate Cupcakes with Tangerine Frosting. Great pick!

Gluten Free super blogger Nathalie from Gluten A Go Go creates a gorgeous Kumquat Lychee Preserve to go along some perfectly puffed choux. Once again my hat’s off to you for making a classic available to all.

JZ from Tasty Treats goes mini with these orange flavored Petite Orange Cakes With Orange Cream Cheese Frosting. Everything is precious in this dessert, from the presentation to the taste. Well Done!

Alexandra from Addicted Sweet Tooth finds the time and energy after surgery to make these delightful Honey Parfait with Blood Orange Gratin. She kind of had me scared there with the blow torch action while on meds but everything turned out gorgeous!

Monica from Nervous Chef decides to take the plunge and post her first SHF entry! She made a fabulous Lemon Mousse Cake…and for a non citrus person that is a lot to do! I guess the subliminal messages I have been sending did work!

Meeta from What’s For Lunch, Honey? knows how to mix the classic and the sexy in a perfectly executed Lime Creme Brulee. Tap,tap,tap…that’s me cracking the top (or tapping on my screen pretending!). Thank you for joining the event!

Mansi from Fun And Food uses what was right at her fingertips to create this superb little morsels: Orange and Pistachio Cheesecakes. Not only are the flavors great but the cheesecakes are mini and no bake to boot!

Super sweet mom Holly from PheMomenon brings out two culinary giants and creates this superb Orange Mousse Creme Brulee. Everything, from the presentation to the taste looks fantastic! Thanks for baking with us!

Elizabeth from The Red KitchenAid finds inspiration in a new cookbook and makes this gorgeous Orange Cake, light and fluffy and with a touch of orange liqueur in the glaze. Perfection with a cup of tea..or for anytime of the day really!

Rita from Clumbsy Cookie may be a newbie to SHF but she sure makes a grand debut with these lovely chocolate bonbons, Orange Curd Pyramides, filled with orange curd ganache and orange curd. Bravo!!

Francois from FXCuisine makes an exquisite Sicilian Tangerine Sorbet perfect to cool us off this summer. He also included a lengthy explanatory post so you have no reason not to try your hand at making them.

Dee from ChoosandChews bakes a wonderful Asian inspired Kaffir Lime and Coconut Creme Brulee for the event. I can only imagine how fragrant this must be under the crackling crust!

Bunny from Bunny’s Warm Oven creates a local classic with this Lemon Sponge Pie, "cake like top with a nice smooth lemon flavor bottom. […] the best of both worlds". Great first participation to SHF and cheers to many more!

Koy from Pepsakoy participates for the first time in a blogging event with these Crunchy Crusted Citrus Scones. Full of lemon and tender with cream cheese, they are also light and crunch from a little sugar sprinkle. I am thrilled that the theme inpired you to dive in and post!

Future SHF host Susan, from The Well Seasoned Cook brings us a bright and tangy Lemon Fudge, bringing together the sweetness of white chocolate and the tang of citrus. Well done!

Bakenista and friend Ivonne from Cream Puffs In Venice brings us the cutest little morsels, Pistachio Lemon Bites, similar to Mexican Wedding Cookies….Ivonne, first you try to seduce me and now you make me wedding cookies…One Mr.Tartelette is going to get jealous!!

Cassandra from 202 tasks in 1001 days is a woman after my own heart as she uses lemons on almost everything from sweets and desserts to savory dishes. She brings us a batch of freshly made Lemon, raisin & yoghurt muffins. Tender, moist and full of healthy and good for you ingredients.

First time SHF participant and friend Rachael from La Fuji Mama uses another favorite recipes of mine with madeleines but adds a definite Japanese touch by turning them into Yuzu Madeleines….Glad you decided to join us!

Ali from Things We Ate For Dinner brings back memory of vacations in North Africa with this wonderfully fresh Citrus Salad spiced with cinnamon and ginger.

Jenny from All Things Edible gets inspired by this month theme and creates beautiful towering Individual Lime Souffles. Glad you joined…sneaky you!

Busy gal Peabody from Culinary Concotions by Peabody finds the time to participate in this month SHF and creates the most adorable Coconut Lemon-Lime Tassies: cream cheese pastry lemon and lime through and through a some coconut. Back on a sugar high indeed!

Robert from Amicus Cupcakes departs from beloved flavors and choses Grapefruit Curd filled cupcakes with Champagne Meringue Frosting to participate this time. Oh! How I wish I had been among his testers! Thank you for a great looking cupcake!

Natashya from Living In The Kitchen With Puppies brings us Cranberry Lemon Cupcakes With Lemon Glaze as the perfect afternoon snack on a summer day. I have to admit that I’d pass a chocolate one for one of these any day lately!

Bakenista Kelly from Sass & Veracity prepares for an Italian this summer and gets inspired to make these gorgeous Orange Rosemary Muffins With Pinenuts. Check out the cute little clay pots she used. Now that’s what I call "baking chic"!

Lori from The Recipe Girl makes the perfect after school treat, Lemon Almond Cookie Brittle. Since Jennifer is our headmaster for this SHF field trip, I’d say we all qualify for this break apart cookie with a shortbread texture…now I wish I had the whole pan!!

Priya from Live2Cook returns to blogging after a short hiatus and brings us a batch of Orange Poppy Seed Muffins. It’s like sharing breakfast with an old time friend you have not seen in a while. Welcome back!

Patricia from Technicolor Kitchen joins this edition of SHF and I could not be happier as she likes citrus as much as I do. In case we needed proof, she made Chocolate Discs With Orange Cream and Marinated Oranges. Stunning, simple and full of wonderful flavors.

Gretchen Noelle from Canela&Camino in Peru trades her favorite coffee and lemon muffin treat for a delightful Queque De Limon, a Peruvian Lime Bread topped with a dainty lime glaze. I am excited to be able to duplicate it soon in the kitchen!

Lorraine from Not Quite Nigella presents a fun alternative to the wedding tradition of the tossing of the bouquet: a "Catch The Bouquet!" Bridesmaid’s Citrus Bundt cake. No crazy hair pulling or shoving aside!

Sandy from Eat Real made me think that the warmer/hot days are already upon us and we are going to need something to cool us off and her Ginger Grapefruit Sorbet would be perfect for that.

A. from Life Is Too Short For Mediocre Chocolate has the brilliant idea to cool us off with a cocktail cake…Her Daiquiri Snack Cake combines the flavors of rum and lime in just the perfet bite.

Reading Jasmine from Confessions Of A Cardamom Addict makes me hungry. Reading Jasmine’s desserts makes me hungrier. Reading Jasmine Chilled Lemon Souffle late at night makes me hurt my head on the screen I am so hungry! Light and creamy, I agree that it is the perfect summer dessert!

Petra from Food Freak brings us a gorgeous Lemon Sorbet, Sorbetto di Limone, inspired by cutie Jamie Oliver. Look how creamy and perfectly smooth this looks! Thank you!

Susan from Sticky, Gooey, Creamy, Chewy makes my heart sing and my head cool off by also combining herbs and citrus: Blood Orange Basil Mint Sorbet. Perfect color and fragrance and perfect timing given the hot days coming up!

Lisa from Spicy Ice Scream is another first timer to SHF and goes all out (yippee!) with this lucious concoctions of herbs and fruit. Check her amazing Lemon Flan with Strawberry and Lemon Thyme Compote. Now that I got your attention….wouldn’t you say she did a fabulous job for a first time?!

Rock Star blogger Jen from Use Real Butter makes what I consider "the dessert that makes me melt": Crystal Almond Pound Cake. That’s ok that it did not turn out as the recipe said, to me it means more concentrated lemon goodness!

Denise from Chez Us makes a tempting treat to end the perfect outdoor dinner: Meyer Lemon Buttermilk Pudding Cake, served with fresh blackberries. Like her I often wonder why I wait for warmer days to make it since it is perfect for all seasons.

Bron from Bron Marshall, Classic and Creative Cuisine is my (now not so) secret anymore girl crush….just because of all the beautiful foods she dishes out not to mention that I got weak in the knees reading her post…For SHF this month she made the cutest and most delectable Meyer Lemon Kisses. I think they just called my name ๐Ÿ™‚

Adopted blogger Evelin from Bouteous Bites stays true to her blog name by combining different textures and heat sources in the most interesting little bites: Lemon Truffles With A Pepper Warm Coating. It is true: opposites do attract!

Elsye from Dari Dapur Saya has a great eye for photograpy but also a wonderful palate wen it comes to sweets and her Baked Lemon Pudding is the perfect touch to enjoy a little sweetness after a hard day’s work!

Sefa from Food Is Love recreates a familiar dessert and brings a touch of light and color to it. Her Semolina Pudding With Orange Sauce is perfect for all seasons…comforting, light and fragrant!

I envy the scenery over at Butter&Beans written by Daniel and Angelica, deep in the heart of Bavaria…and I am thrilled about their creation: Citrus and Spruce Sorbet….that is the only way I can tolerate gin it seems! I bet eating this sorbet is like getting a giant breath of fresh air!

Heather from Diary Of A Fanatic Foodie makes a perfect holiday dessert…I am tempted to say that everyday is a holiday just so I can have a bite of this scrumptious Blackberry Lime Cobbler with Lime Basil Cream. Now you tell me if today has not just become a holiday?!!

Paula from Half Baked made me blush and laugh at the same time when she baked a favorite recipe of mine: Key Lime Squares with the added bonus of ginger. Glad she made them because I never got around to this month!!

Latifa from Flavours creates two wonderful citrus desserts for her family to share: Lemon Curd Cake and Lavender Lemon Cupcakes. They both look scrumptious and light!

Linda from Make Life Sweeter combines the tartness of rhubarb and the fragrance of bergamot in a wonderful Rhubarb and Bergamot Cream Tart. Thank you for taking the time to participate while in the middle of birthday celebrations. The pie has to be the most intoxicating one so far!


Sara from Cupcake Muffin dishes out another scrumptious and fragrant tart inspired from Martha Stewart while her sister was visiting: Lemon Chamomille Cream Tart. I have the tea kettle on and I am ready to dive into this one!

What better way to refresh after a hot day than with this scrumptious Citrus Berry Salad with Agave Mint Dressing made by Lauren of I’ll Eat You?! She paired it with ice cream but says that it would also be great on its own or with cake. Agreed!

Courtney from The Dough Ball departs from her love of all things chocolate and pairs classical flavors in an absolute finger licking good Raspberry With Lemon Cream Tart. Love it!

Katya from Second Dinner gets inspired by the works of Sir Conan Doyle and the famous Baker Street and creates a tantalizing old faashioned Lemon Cake With Lemon Frosting. Happy to see a fellow bookworm (thereis something wrong with this word in a deesert round up but anyways…) get creative while reading. Great choice!

This is why I love blogging: to see first timer SHF new bloggers like Kelly from The Pink Apron get out of her comfort zone and bake something…delicious! Thank you for this wonderful Coconut Lime Pudding Cake! Yes, you read right: put da' lime in the coconut and pudding and cake!

For Nicisme from Cherrapeno, SHF started as petits fours, morphed into a lemon Swiss roll, got threatened by a teenager with a blow torch and ended up in the most mouth watering St Clement’s Cake (!): orange cake, brushed with a Cointreau syrup, filled with lemon cream and topped off with an orange/blueberry sauce. When life gets crazy, make cake!

Tessa from Dizzee Cake makes outstanding creations and created this wonderful Cherry Blossom Citrus Bliss Cake to wish her grandmother to get well soon. I hope things are better now and I am sure she enjoyed your creativity and skills!

Isabel from Isa’s Cooking misses her vacation due to a fallen bridge in Chile but get here in the nick of time for SHF with one of my favorites (yes! Again…you guys are just spoiling me!): French Lemon Cream Tart. For me, the tart is a vacation in itself…

I am thrilled that Mimi from Mimi On The Move found time in her busy school schedule to participate this month! Her No Quite Cannoli filled with Key Lime cream would be the perfect bite with a cup of tea for a little snack in the afternoon!

Cakelaw from Laws Of The Kitchen uses the best of both worlds with citrus and almonds in this Marzipan And Lemon Cake. I know it won’t be long before it appears on my table…imagine that for breakfast…wicked!

Melody from Fruittart creates a favorite of mine pairing citrus and berries in these Lemon Meringue Cups With Strawberries. But wait, there is a bonus tart filled with gorgeous orange cream too!

First timer to SHF, Jackie from Gasterea’s Table chooses flavors dear to my heart and makes a delightful Lemon and Fromage Blanc Custardy Ice Cream. It is like having the creamiest lemon custard tart without the fuss of making the pastry base. Perfect for spending time playing outside this summer and still have time for dessert!

Allison from Sushi Day makes one of my favorites Asian treats Japanese rice cakes with a serious dose of orange flavor. Check out her recipe for Orange Mochi to get on your way to making your own!

I love that Inne from Vanille & Chocolat dropped the DIY renovations at home long enough to come out and play with us because that is something she knows to do with great success. Her Coconut Lime Cake With Mango and Mascarpone Lime Mousse marries favorite flavors (have I said that before somewhere else?!!) and different texture beautifully!

I am happy to have Deborah from Taste And Tell join us in time after her little escapade in New York! Her small batch baking is just perfect for a small household but I would ask her to make me a double batch of that frosting! Check her Cupcakes With Orange Cream Cheese Frosting for more goodness!

Lynn from Cookie Baker Lynn makes these wonderfully intoxicating Lime Cooler Cookies as a peace offering after a little quarrel with her husband over….lime coolers! What a way to kiss and pucker up!

France based Pamela from The Cooking Ninja bakes herself a delightful Orange Almond Cake for Mother’s Day. Topped with chocolate frosting this has got to be a great end to a perfect bbq with loved ones!

I am always impressed with Toontz’s baking creations at Okara Mountain made with okara (by-product of soy milk making), and her Okara Thumbelinas With Tangerine Ginger Curd do not disappoint me a bit! I can taste the tangerine from here!

Real life neighbor Kim from A Yankee In A Southern Kitchen finds herself trapped shopping online and finds a way out by concocting this lip smacking Lemon Buttermilk Sorbet topped with caramel sauce. Maybe if I leave now there will be some left…maybe not!

Madam Chow from Madam Chow’s Kitchen took luscious strawberry to another level by adding a good dose of lemon in this Luscious Strawberry and Lemon Cobbler. Citrus can definitely add some zing and life to a dessert of bright red berries!

Astra Libris from Food For Laughter recreates a childhood favorites adding a wonderful citrus twist: Cinnamon-Spice Hamantashen with Lemon Raspberry and Lemon Raisin Filling. Combining citrus and family favorites are a sure way to make for a wonderful cookie!

Suganya from Tasty Palettes discovers how to use the Buddha’s hand citron she recently purchased and creates tasty and low fat Buddha’s Hand Creme Brulee. I bet the flavor was quite wonderful!

Astrid from La Cerise in Zurich makes the most fabulous Lemon Millefeuille, inspired by the Sugar Daddy himself, Pierre Herme: caramelized puff pastry filled with a luscious lemon cream. A wonderful creation and a wonderful baking journey all at once!

Suzana from Home Gourmets in Portugal makes the perfect dessert to chase away the rain and welcome Spring: Lemon Curd Frozen Yoghurt. Tangy, refreshing, healthy and easy to share with friends during a dinner al fresco.

Catherine from Clever Monkey Studio creates her own delightful ode to citrus with these Spicy Grapefruit Blondies. Full of grapefruit marmelade, cardamom and white chocolate…Delicious!

Lisa from Confessions Of An Apron Queen makes great use of leftover margaritas and creates this amazing Margarita Cheesecake. Now that is a great ay to refresh a citrus sweet tooth on a hot summer day!

Zorra from 1x umruehren aka kochtopf makes the best use of her homegrown bitter oranges in this perfect marbled Bitter Choc-Orange Cake. Anything baked or made with the fruits of your garden is top notch in my book!

Dhanggit from Dhanggit’s Kitchen creates a most mouth watering Orange Souffle to get high on citrus with us. Aboslutely gorgeous…quick, quick..they are going fast!

Former SHF host Rachel from Vampituity, An Improvised Perspective, gathers a bunch of girlfriends for a great dinner and creates this wonderful Sorbetto Ghiacciato Arancia Sanguigna, Iced Blood Orange Sorbet. Perfect dessert to cool off during hot hot evening in!

Y from Lemonpi uses simple techniques and fresh ingredients to create this amazingly refreshing Chilled Oranges in Rum Caramel Syrup. With a touch of lavender, this is the perfect dessert to boost up your vitamin C intake and finish a dinner with fuss-free style.

Maybelles Mom from Feeding Maybelle makes great use of what is available on hand to put together Kumquat Madeleine, Citrus Curd, Condensed Milk Cream Trifles. Chock full of oranges, lemon and creay goodness, this one is sure to please the most demanding palate.

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Rachael Hutchings May 30, 2008 um 7:38 am

WOW. What a ton of work! But what a great line up! Thanks for hosting. ๐Ÿ™‚


Deeba PAB May 30, 2008 um 9:06 am

Round 2 just left me swooning..simply exciting & amazing!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 9:35 am

Wow, there are some truly jaw dropping amazing entries here! Thankyou so much for hosting this! ๐Ÿ™‚


Barbara May 30, 2008 um 10:25 am

Wow what a fabulous collection of recipes. I hope you have a quiet weekend planned. What a lot of work Helene. I think you deserve to take it easy.


Nic May 30, 2008 um 11:29 am

WOW!!! Impressive line-up – must have taken hours to put together, thanks so much!
Love all the comments – you are very funny!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 11:31 am

wow! That’s a whole lot a sugar – surely this event will have caused a blip on the commodities markets!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 11:52 am

Unbelievable, and to think I just swore off making anything sweet for a week, bummer. Fabulous round-up,there are so many great choices to bookmark. Thanks for your hard work. Citrus never looked so good.


Unknown May 30, 2008 um 12:12 pm

My oh my.. there are so many great recipes I would love to try even I’m not actually a citrus-fan. It’s just because you made a fabulous round-up, Helen. Merci beaucoup!


Patricia Scarpin May 30, 2008 um 12:26 pm

You did an amazing job, my friend – well, we knew that would happen already!
So many delicious recipes… I want to try them all!


Astrid May 30, 2008 um 12:36 pm

Helene! The work you have put into this is absolutely mind-boggling. Just putting up all the photos and names of bloggers and links to their blogs would have exhausted me. But clearly you took the time to read each post, and to write customized, encouraging words for each entry…
Maybe next time you should choose a more esoteric theme, like, oh, I don’t know, durian fruit?!
But selfishly I’m delighted you chose citrus, as your compilation is an inexhaustible resource for one of my favorite flavors!


Chibog in Chief May 30, 2008 um 12:50 pm

what a gorgeous collection of citrus dessert!! we will never run out of sweet ideas on friday night!! thanks tartelette for hosting this event!!


@the_whisk_affair May 30, 2008 um 12:52 pm

I admire you helen, you r one talented baker and a talented writer too!! Thanks for taking the time to make each of the entries special and dropping personalised notes for each!! Thanks again…This was my first time and I definitely will be back for more!! ๐Ÿ™‚


Chris May 30, 2008 um 12:53 pm

I don’t even know where to begin! This is a stunning display of delicious delights! I will not be getting much work done today scrolling and clicking. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for taking the time to compile this! And, I apologize for not participating. I feel terrible I didn’t make it in to an event your hosting.


LyB May 30, 2008 um 12:56 pm

Thank you Helen! You must have worked so hard on the round-up, and restraining yourself from trying all those great recipes strait away! ๐Ÿ™‚ Everything looks delicious, there are so many creative bloggers out there!


RecipeGirl May 30, 2008 um 1:18 pm

What a terrific collection of citrusy desserts! Thank you so much for hosting. You obviously put a great deal of thought into your comments about each recipe. Wonderful!!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 1:23 pm

Thank you so much for this wonderful round-up – I must have gained at least three pouds just reading it! Now where do I find the time to try all these delicacies…


LizNoVeggieGirl May 30, 2008 um 1:26 pm

Ahhh, BEYOND fabulous roundup – I’m so glad that I got to be a part of this month’s SHF!! Thanks again!! :0)


PheMom May 30, 2008 um 1:36 pm

Wow! I’m just stunned at how amazing and creative everyone is! Thanks again Helen and thanks to Jennifer for creating such a fun event!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 1:41 pm

Bakanista, indeed. What a LOT of work, Helen. Jeez! And quite the collection of amazing citrusy treats. Guess it’s going to take me all summer to work my way through these. Very nice job!


Susan @ SGCC May 30, 2008 um 2:10 pm

Wow! What a fabulous roundup, Helen! So much work! I don’t know how you do it.

I’m in citrus heaven! Every entry looks marvelous!


toontz May 30, 2008 um 2:28 pm

Wow! Great job Helen! How are we going to get through all these recipes? I want to make every one of them.


Evelin May 30, 2008 um 3:33 pm

Helen, you’ve really done a lot! Thanks for the round-up of so much inspiration!


Peabody May 30, 2008 um 3:46 pm

Holy cow that is a ton of citrus. Well done Helen…and well done everyone who contributed!


Ali May 30, 2008 um 3:47 pm

Thanks, Helen.

What a wonderful collection of citrus recipes!


glamah16 May 30, 2008 um 3:50 pm

Whoa what a lineup. And all so unique!


Susan May 30, 2008 um 4:14 pm

Helen, it is no wonder you are whipped! But like a souffle! Amazing collections! Thank you for hosting and feeding the sweet tooth in all of us.


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 4:25 pm

i can’t wait to try a bunch of these… citrus makes me feel all summery!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 4:26 pm

The best citrus anything that I have had was Fauchon’s Citrus Brioshe: filled with lemon cream and topped with crispy lemon something unknown to me.
Oh, how I wish I had that recipe.


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 5:03 pm

What an amazing collection, and I’m stunned by the amount of work it took to pull all this together. Thank you!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 5:15 pm

You did a beautiful job hosting. Many, many thanks to you Helen. Everything here looks just incredible, too.


Mansi May 30, 2008 um 5:34 pm

This is a great resource for citrus sweets indeed! every entry looks so beautiful! Thanks for all the hard work in this roundup Helen!

have a great weekend!:)


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 5:54 pm

Uuuuuiiiiih all those entries – great! Thank you for hosting – you had your work cut out for you with this one ;-).
One more disclaimer: the blow torch thing in my dessert was attempted AFTER the meds wore off, only heating the parfait was during that time. Beauty of a frozen dessert – prep now, eat later ๐Ÿ™‚
Alexandra


mimi May 30, 2008 um 6:00 pm

i should have known better than to start crying! again, great round-up, you have certainly raised the bar for hosting SHF!!


Anonymous May 30, 2008 um 8:28 pm

wow! What a great turn out of this event. Lots of delicious recipes to try out. ๐Ÿ™‚


Clumbsy Cookie May 30, 2008 um 9:24 pm

More beautiful things! Helen you’ve hit the spot with your choice of citrus!


Suganya May 30, 2008 um 10:48 pm

Wow, there is going to be some serious baking in my kitchen. I feel so inspired. Thanks for the roundup, Helen.


Lori May 31, 2008 um 12:53 am

Wow, you have been busy. This roundup is amazing. Thank you for pulling it all together. I am having a blast going down the list.


Kristen May 31, 2008 um 1:15 am

Wow! You have been quite the busy girl! And I am SO hungry now, looking at all these fabulous treats. Thank you for being a great hostess. ๐Ÿ™‚


jasmine May 31, 2008 um 2:50 am

What a great turn out for your event and such a super round up.

Thanks so much for organising this.

j


Anonymous May 31, 2008 um 3:43 am

These are some pretty awesome recipes!


Anonymous May 31, 2008 um 3:50 am

What a fantastic collection! I just stopped to catch my breath and post a comment. Great entries!!!! Thank you for posting it! Off to read the recipes:)


Jenny May 31, 2008 um 1:49 pm

Wow that is alot of citrus! Bet there will be a run on limes and lemons at everyone’s local stores, as people run out to make a tonne of these recipes. Makes me hungry just looking at them.


La cuisine des 3 soeurs May 31, 2008 um 1:55 pm

Quel bonheur pour les yeux et les papilles, cette collection de desserts citronnรฉs. Dommage, ayant ratรฉ le dรฉbut, je n’ai pu y participer.


Meeta K. Wolff May 31, 2008 um 2:10 pm

This is a spectacular roundup Helen! I am in citrus mania. Thanks for hosting!


NKP May 31, 2008 um 2:18 pm

Incredible. You guys have surpassed all expectations. Everybody has been so creative and hardworking.
And speaking of hardworking…
Helen, you deserve the day off. Go back to bed and dream of sweet things. You have worked your citrus buns off. Thank you again.


Marianna May 31, 2008 um 2:45 pm

I will be the nth "wow" too. Wow, seriously. That must had been a ton of work! Thank you so much for your time and hosting! I really enjoyed participating and discovering the other SHF #43 recipes!!


Sheltie Girl May 31, 2008 um 3:04 pm

Helen – This is a fantastic round up of so many beautiful citrus foods. Thank you so much for being the Sugar High Friday hostess this month and getting this all up and ready at the same time as the Daring Bakers post. You’ve worked incredibly hard to get everything done so perfectly. You are an awesome lady! Thanks again!

Natalie @ Gluten a Go Go


Anonymous June 1, 2008 um 12:16 am

Wonderful job with the round-up! I love the comments you make on the entries… so much care and love in each one! ๐Ÿ™‚
Thanks again for hosting!


Cookie baker Lynn June 1, 2008 um 4:28 am

What a wonderful job you did on the round up presenting each of these amazing citrus creations. There’s enough to keep up on a citrus sugar high all summer! Thanks so much for all you hard work on this, especially with family in town!


Mike of Mike's Table June 2, 2008 um 7:09 pm

This whole roundup is spectacular (and wow what a turn out!). Great work all around!


sefa firdaus June 3, 2008 um 6:48 am

Fabulous round-up Helen. Good job!
Thanks for hosting and letting me join this event.

Take care,
Sefa


AprilDawn June 6, 2008 um 11:47 am

Holy WOW, what a lot of deliciously citrusy recipes. I’ve fallen in love.

But holy WOW what a lot of work this post must have been.

Thanks for that!!!


April


ServesYouRight June 9, 2008 um 12:49 pm

Delicious theme and incredible round-up!

Thank you SO MUCH for hosting!

Smita


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