Welcome to the voting thread for the Home Cooking Dish of the Month (“DOTM”) for May 2021. The purpose of this thread is to cast votes to choose a dish that we as a community can cook and report on during the month of May 2021.
Thank you to all of the enthusiastic participants in the Nomination thread for our May 2021 DOTM. You can view the entire nomination process here, https://www.chowhound.com/post/dish-m....
We have four dishes that will be moving on to the Voting thread: Fruit Curd, which received 9 nominations, and three dishes that each received 6 nominations: Savory Chickpea Pancakes (including socca and farinata) & Panisse; Dinner Rolls, leavened with Yeast or Sour Dough; and Dal.
To Vote for your preferred dish, please click on – i.e., “heart” – the post below identifying the dish for which you are voting.
**Only one vote per person, please.**
If you participate in the Voting, please try to prepare the selected dish at least once during May 2021 (although we know that stuff happens and sometimes the best-laid plans go amiss).
If you have questions or comments, please reply to this original post instead of replying to any of the 4 voting posts. This will keep the nominated dishes together at the top of the page. Remember that clicking a heart won’t result in following a thread; if you wish to keep updated on new posts, just click “follow” under the title of this post.
If you’re new to Dish of the Month, new to Chowhound, or if you’ve been lurking for a while, it’s a great time to join this series. Vote for a dish and join us in preparing and discussing that dish during the entire month of May.
Voting will close on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 4:00 pm EST (1:00 pm PST; 10:00 pm GMT.)
And, in the meantime, there's still 4 days left to the month of April, so please keep making those Caesar Salads, and post a report here, https://www.chowhound.com/post/caesar....
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