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The healthy vegetarian recipe blog

The healthy vegetarian recipe blog
Spring Buckwheat Salad Spring Buckwheat Salad Since Elsa was born, I have been proud of the fact that we live in a worn-down one bedroom apartment with her. I suppose it … Savory Baked Pancake & Spring Greens Savory Baked Pancake & Spring Greens

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Spinach and Mushroom Ravioli * 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil * 8 ounces button mushrooms * 10 ounces of frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed dry * 1/3 cup of vegan Parmesan, plus extra for garnish * salt and freshly ground black pepper 17 Apps Designed to Simplify Grocery Shopping, Recipes, And More Don’t you love apps for your smartphone? Especially those designed to make our lives easier. There are many apps that make your life easier related to groceries, grocery shopping, mixing drinks and recipes. Checkout51 Like saving money?

contact Feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or anything else you have to say. I am also open to sponsorship and product reviews. Let's chat! I love meeting new people. My email is Baking 21 Apr Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts Baking | Russell van Kraayenburg Fresh, sweet, and tangy. Blackberry season is approaching as farmers’ markets emerge from hibernation across the country. Tarts are a simple, sweet showcase for these juicy berries.

The 10 Cheapest, Healthiest Foods Money Can Buy Whether you’re broke and waiting for the next paycheck, or simply trying to cut back on your grocery bill, it’s vital to choose foods that give you the healthiest bang for your hard-earned buck. These ten foods do just that. They’re nutritional powerhouses for pennies on the dollar. Many could be considered superfoods, and have long been staples of frugal households. I included almost all of them (sorry, lentils) for CHG's $25 Challenge, and you’ll see that Hillbilly Housewife uses quite a few in her famous $45 Emergency Menu, as well. This Vegan Girl September 26, 2014 | Posted in:Breakfast When it comes to my own recipes, sometimes I need to get Pinspired. I follow a lot of vegan recipe boards on Pinterest, which allow me to step out of my comfort zone and make something I’ve never made before.

HESTON FOR COLES ~ A BRITISH THEMED DINNER PARTY FOR FRIENDS Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 In the past 4 or 5 years I’ve been involved in food and recipe development, one of my biggest influences and inspirations has been British chef; Heston Blumenthal. I was lucky enough this time last year to eat at Dinner by Heston in London’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Next on my long-standing wish list, is The Fat Duck, which hopefully I’ll be able to experience in person next year when the restaurant opens in Melbourne for 6 months. edible perspective - About Welcome friends! However you happened upon my blog I am thrilled to have you. This is my little space. My nook.

Double Dipped Apple Doughnuts Given the choice between being home and not being home… I’m the girl that always chooses home. Brooklyn is amazing. San Francisco is delicious. Baltimore is bonkers. Home is my heart. Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak recipe Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer The name refers to the appetising sound this stir-up of cooked potatoes and greens makes as it cooks. As kitchen recycling goes, this is probably the most useful of all, neatly dispensing with those most difficult of leftovers. Most recipes suggest equal quantities of cooked potatoes to shredded cabbage, though much depends on what you have to hand. Take your leftover spuds out of the fridge an hour in advance, then mash them with a fork or food mixer.

Falafel with a Twist An unexpected passion that resulted from this blog is, without a doubt, my growing love for food photography. I could talk your ear off about lighting, camera equipment, props, my weaknesses and frustrations, difficult vs. easy subjects, and the best times of day to shoot. I find myself saying things like, “Look how beautiful the lighting looks outside…total GOLDEN hour!” or “Check out the way the light is hitting the apple on the table” or “My new lens fell face first into a bowl of cookie dough…” or “I swear I’m going to throw this damn tripod out the window”

Your Most Important Bread Making Tools — BREAD Magazine (Kitchen scale photo by Marcus Jeffrey CC BY-SA 2.0) One of the things I like most about bread is its flexibility: you can bake simple every day loaves using almost no equipment. I have baked flatbreads on a barbecue using nothing but a cast iron pan and a bowl for mixing the ingredients (see our Summer 2014 issue for the full story). The Bitten Word: About The Bitten Word Hi there! Thanks for stopping by! We're Zach and Clay, and we cook recipes from monthly food magazines. Ten Things You Should Know About This Site So who are Zach and Clay? We live and eat in Washington, D.C., where Zach is a journalist and Clay works for a nonprofit.

Baba au rhum I can't actually remember the first time my mom made Baba au rhum. But somewhere in my teenage years, it became a yearly tradition and she wowed family and friends (and got them tipsy too!) with this recipe. A Baba - you may be wondering - is a yeasted brioche bun that is soaked in rum syrup. My mom would make this dessert only once a year at Christmas, so it was a cherished and much-anticipated holiday treat.

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