Hello Hubbers, are you ready for the last week of the Eat, Drink, and Be Hubbalicious Contest?
For the last week of June we are going to be mirroring the contest topic and we will be writing about World Cuisines. This is the perfect time for you to give the world plenty of information about your gastronomic culture. Tell us about your country's gastronomic history, origins, most common ingredients, during what time of the year are certain dishes prepared, regional variations... come on, there is so much to say about your country's cuisine! Make us all hungry and wanting to adventure to taste your gastronomic heritage.
The subtopics for this week's World Cuisines HubMob, categorized per day for those taking part in the contest are:
Tuesday, June 22: Central Asian or South Asian cuisine.
Wednesday, June 23: Central, Northern and Eastern European or Western European or Southern European
Thursday, June 24: Central American or South American
Friday, June 25: Southeast Asian
Saturday, June 26: East Asian
Sunday, June 27: Middle Eastern or East African
Monday, June 28: Fusion or Creole
Please if you are entering the HubMob as well as the contest, make sure to categorize your hub under the right category for that day.
To join this week's HubMob please follow the steps below:
1. YOU MUST START YOUR HUB CLICKING THIS LINK. Choose the Answer the Request green button. Choose the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option.
2. Choose a relevant category and title for your Hub
3. Include the HubMob RSS Feed in your hub: http://hubpages.com/question/56800/hubm … ew&rss
For more information on how to add the RSS feed to your hub you can click here
4. Add one of the two HubMob graphics to your hub so that everyone who reads it will know that it is part of the official HubMob topic of the week.
5. After you publish your HubMob Hub, come back to the forum and post a link to your hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why. Take advantage of the free publicity!
If you are still not sure about what is a HubMob and the benefits of taking part in one I created this guide http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-a-HubMo … o-join-one please feel free to come up with any questions if you have any doubts left.
Hi Princessa. How many hubmobs can we submit (the maximum) per topic per day?
Hi Everybody at the Hubmob,
I am excited about my latest hub, on one of my favorite cuisines and that is Maki Sushi, I have loved this since the seventies. Here's the link. Enjoy and don't forget your chop sticks.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Prepare- … ls-at-Home
Interesting topic and something I can definitely related with. I'll try to participate this week. Thanks Princessa.
I agree, I love them all, but this is my favorite. Great Job wyanjen!
Now if I can just come up with something to write about. This one's a little hard it seems!
Thanks guys I saved the best for last.
(Money Glitch - this one is a little hard! I stared at a blank monitor for awhile for the graphic, and I have not come up with any great ideas for a hub -YET )
This has been a fun month!
So far nobody has called me out about the minor typo - I saw that it says "cuisine" instead of "cuisines" but it was too late to repair it. hee hee
I just wanted to thank Princessa and the whole hubmob team, as my hub on "Lamb Kebab Recipes" has been nominated for the "Best hub of the week". I surely believe that writing hubs through hubmob is helping me to get a wider viewership as I am very new to the Hubland. Thanks so much for this platform, I am really excited and feel motivated. Link:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Kebab-recipes-f … rs-kitchen
You are welcome, it is a pleasure to be part of the HubMob team and I love to hear success stories like yours.
Congratulations on being nominated for the "Best hub of the week".
I got a nomination for Top Ten for Recipes too! Mine was on Vegan Friendly Veggie Burgers. Go HubMobsters!
I hope everyone will go to the contest page and vote for their favotite before noon Pacific time tomorrow.
I think we are going to get some great, interesting recipes this week. I wrote a hub on Chinese food preparation and recipes.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Chinese-Cooking … e-Joy?done
Just posted my Hub on Curry, hope I'm not to late to do this, it is my first attempt at joining in on the Hubmob hubbabaloo!
Check it out, I wrote on Indian Curry because it is one of my favorites to make at home. It has so much variety and is not always easy but very rewarding.
Congrats for the nom rmcrayne and sriparna. HUBMOBSTERS rock! Off I go and will vote!
I just posted another international cuisine hub, this one is on the fabulous Italian dessert Tiramisu. Here's the link, enjoy.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-Tir … ar-Dessert
I have published a hub on Sri Lankan cuisine:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hot-and-Spicy-S … an-Cuisine
Reminder everyone! Recipes are not the primary focus this week. I pulled the statements below from Jason's forum post:
This week should focus on the cuisines as a whole, not recipes (that was last week). That can certainly include a recipe or two to round out the subject, but the treatment should be more comprehensive.
My Gastronomical Travels- Germany and Traditional German Food
http://hubpages.com/hub/Gastronomical-T … erman-Food
Check out my gastronomical musings from my travels in Germany. Overview of traditional German food like sausages, schnitzel, sauerbraten, and typical festival foods. Lots of pictures including some of my personal travel pictures.
I decided to write a hub about a German food today.
http://hubpages.com/hub/German-Cuisine- … -Satisfies
Easy Recipes from Belarus
I'm enjoying all the Hubs this week in HubMob!
HubMob Weekly topic: World Cuisines Hub#1
Irish Cuisine – Beer, Potatoes, and More
Discovering the cuisine of any place is an adventure and a challenge that you always want to take again and again. Today, I will take you to the Far Western part of Europe where Ireland...
http://hubpages.com/_googlesms/hub/iris … s-and-more
This is a fun one from Scotland http://hubpages.com/hub/Scottish-Oatmeal-and-The-Haggis
I discovered I was a little more defensive and patriotic than I expected to be
Bravo South America, South american cuisine
Today I decided to do one on Mexican food. It includes the history and what you need to prepares great Mexican cuisine for your family. http://hubpages.com/hub/Mexican-Food-Th … reparation
For the Texas version of Mexican food:
A day late for the European food, but I'm planning an Italian dinner for next week, so I may as well publish.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Italian-Appetiz … Dish-Ideas
Here's one finally
Longevity and Healthy Diet of Costa Rica
http://hubpages.com/hub/Longevity-and-H … Costa-Rica
I decided to write about Brazil today as I think it is an interesting country with interesting recipes.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vacation-Brazil … nd-Cuisine
Central American cuisine
My Gastronomical Travels Traditional Mexican Food
http://hubpages.com/hub/Gastronomical-T … xican-Food
I have ventured into Mexico several times in my gastronomical travels, but my primary source for information on traditional Mexican food is my friend Josie. I compared Americanized Mexican food favorites with the versions of tacos, gorditas, burritos and chili rellanos she and her family eat.
Proudly Filipino foods
It's been awhile since I've hubmobbed but here's a World cuisine hub on Vietnamese food.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vietnam-Travel- … -Travelers
It's great food!
I'm so excited! First of all, this is my 51st hub. Second, I've never tried to make Thai food before. Third, this recipe tastes great (if you like ginger).
Thai-Inspired Chicken Pumpkin Soup
I have posted a new one on Chinese Dim sum. This one is on how to make Pork Steamed buns.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Make-Chi … ar-Siu-Bao
Looks like I may be able to write a hub for this hubmob! So, if I write about Israeli food and/or hummus, I have to publish the hub/s tomorrow, right? Otherwise they don't count towards the hubmob?
Sorry, haven't been around in a while. Back in the old time, there were no daily sub-topics
You'd have to publish tomorrow after 12 noon Pacific time to be eligible for the contest. Check the contest page for other eligibility rules, such as country.
You can publish anytime this week for HubMob. If you start the hub through Princessa's link, publish after noon tomorrow, and meet contest eligibility requirements, your hub will be HubMob and contest eligible.
I wrote a hub about Cambodia with some of their recipes.'
http://hubpages.com/hub/Recipe-Dishes-f … bodia?done
Longevity and the Diet of Okinawa Japan
http://hubpages.com/hub/Longevity-and-t … nawa-Japan
http://hubpages.com/hub/Mongolian-Cuisi … n-Mongolia
discover Mongol cuisine
I wrote a hub about Kenya, a very interesting country.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Kenya-Africas-T … al-Cuisine
My Gastronomical Travels- With Sheep Face Soup as an Appetizer Who Needs Dinner?
http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Gastronomica … -Face-Soup
The first time I was invited to dinner at a Turkish family’s house, I was served sheep face soup as an appetizer. This is not something I could fathom eating! What could I do? I had been told never to refuse food or drink, as this was sure to insult Turkish people.
My Gastronomical Travels: Traditional Turkish Food- Shish Kebap, Döner Kebap, and Köfte
http://hubpages.com/hub/Gastronomical-T … oner-Kofte
Among the most popular traditional Turkish food categories are kebaps. In my gastronomical Turkish travel, I enjoyed shish kebap, döner kebap, and köfte. I have also included specific foods like Adana kebap and Iskender döner. I’ve included a few personal photos of Turkey.
My Gastronomical Travels: Traditional Turkish Food- Dolma, Tava, Kebap and More
http://hubpages.com/hub/Gastronomical-T … Tava-Kebap
Let me introduce you to some of my favorite Turkish foods, like shish and döner kebap, stuffed vegetables and grape leaves, fish and seafood, stews, salad, pilaf and more.
There are currently 31 World Cuisines HubMob Hubs in the RSS feed (4 are not hubs).
First Middle Eastern Hub published! Sorry, a bit rusty here, so I didn't get the URL right and I can't find where to change it. URL says -
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hummus-and-Nine … aeli-Foods
But the hub is really about how to make homemade hummus, Israeli style.
And one more -
Do I have to do anything to enter these into the Middle Eastern food hubs contest or is that automatic?
I wrote a hub about Kuwait and a little about their interesting culture and the great food.
I wrote about Kimchi or Kimchee, Korean dish that I like recently.
Sharing my hub for this week's World Cuisine:
Asure and Its Significance to the Turkish Culture.
http://hubpages.com/hub/AsureNoahsPuddi … ishCulture
It is now 12:05pm here is my contirbution and we are looking forward to the fourth of July weekend.
Gotta get back to work, have a great day!
How about a little Cuban Sandwich magic. The Art of The Cuban Sandwich is my latest hub.
39 hubs for world cuisines? Any one else entering the contest/HubMob before we change topics?
Hi Princessa here's mine ... Not sure if you could see that I had started one or not.
The Tex Mex of Fusion Cuisine
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