As for Presto Pasta Night, here are the wonderful entries. Thanks everyone for some great sharing! I'll be bookmarking then for after Passover!
Juli of Pictures of All My Princesses was first in with this terrific Cabbage Broccoli Salad with Ramen Noodles.
Next in Andrea of Nummy Kitchen, shared this Fried Noodle Cake with Hoisin Vegetables from an old, unused cookbook. Glad she tried it!
I always drool over Tigerfish of Teczcape's dishes. The photos alone have me drooling and the dishes always delight - this one is no exception. Shitake, Woodear & Cremini Mushrooms Miso Udon. What a savory mouthful that is!
Stash of The Spamwise Chronicles is another one of those food bloggers I adore - gorgeous photos and brilliant dishes. This one - Spaghetti with White Clam Sauce, Samphire and Fried Breadcrumbs with Bottarga really have me regretting not buying some Bottarga when I was in Montreal.
Rachel, The Crispy Cook is back with a gluten free delicious sounding Pizzoccherri for those who usually just get to wishful think here at PPN.
Janet from the Taste Space (and new to PPN) brings a whole new meaning to Alfredo - Check out her High Protein Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Alfredo Pasta. It might even induce me to do some of the bike riding she does.
and Gay our resident Scientist in the Kitchen came up with this Drunken Linguine that's a great Thai dish if ever there was one.
Next in...Pam of Sidewalk Shoes actually has a request... ideas to make this Ham & Cheese Macaroni Bake come out creamier. Can you help?
Joanne, who Eats Well With Others always, and I do mean always comes up with fantastic posts. Naturally this time is no different. The Pasta with Tomatoes, Pine Nuts & Raisins looks fantastic - almost has me ready to run a marathon myself... or at least have a bowlful while watching one on TV.
and Katie of Feeding Boys & a Firefighter shares a wonderful looking Macaroni & Broccoli Souffle for kids of all ages to enjoy.
Last but not least - at least I loved this Roasted Eggplant, Spinach & Mushroom Lasagna with lots of surprises on the tongue.
So thanks everyone for such mouth-watering treats this week. And don't forget that next week Gillian of So So Simple Life from way way Down Under (New Zealand!) will be hosting. Send your entries to cajun(dot) moon (at) xtra (dot) co (dot) nz and cc ruth (at) 4everykitchen (dot) com by Thursday April 12
If you'd like to host a PPN Roundup. Just drop me a line to pick a date. April 20th and beyond are available. It's never to early to sign up!