Month: July 2016
From Veggie Zest!
Living in cow country(Texas), I am so jealous. We are starting to see cities with food trucks around the state. However, vegetarian? I think we are going to have a little bit of a wait for those.
At least restaurants are much more vegetarian friendly these days. When we moved here we were lucky to get a Cesar’s salad without the meat. I would ask for a vegetarian entree for dinners and receptions and get boiled vegetables. Yuck!
I was at a banquet recently, where my main entree was a delicious tofu dish. Times are a changin’!
SO here is a post about all the food trucks you see lingering around the streets of Vancouver. This is the first roundup of some of the trucks – I have listed four of them with vegetarian options. Over a period of time I am going to do more posts with food trucks. Hope you […]
From 1000 Jars!
I don’t know about you, but I always have a bunch of ripe bananas. Some are so ripe that they will be mush in their peels. These are the best bananas for baking too! Here is a great recipe that combines bananas and fudge frosting. How much better can you get!
There is nothing I love more than finding overly ripe bananas in our fruit bowl. I know it might sound odd, but it is a rare occurrence in our household as we seem to get through bananas like there is no tomorrow! Instead of making a banana bread loaf, I decided to use them to […]
From I Want To Cook That!
The first time that I ever ate fire roasted tomatoes was at a international food fair. It was a bruschetta. I thought that I had died and gone to heaven. The intensity of the tomatoes with a smoky undertone. I loved it. I loved it even more when I found out that these were canned tomatoes. I could use them anytime of the year.
Here is a great salsa recipe to make.
You can make this salsa anytime! It is a simple salsa made with canned fire roasted tomatoes and a few other ingredients. Get out the food processor and in a few minutes you are done! You will need: 1/2 -1 fresh jalapeno pepper (ha- la payn-yo! pepper) 1/4 -1/2 white onion 2 garlic cloves a […]
From The Sugar Apple Blog!
This is an absolutely fabulous site for vegetarians. I went on to their site looking for sandwiches and found a whole lot more! They have articles about fashion. Vacations. And all kinds of wonderful recipes for vegetarians/vegans like me. Go check it out!
its our 5favs meatless samwiches (yes, misspelled on purpose ) because sometimes that’s all you need to hit the spot. which ones will you try? open faced tomato sandwiches w/creamy cucumber spread via southern living ultimate veggie sandwich via I am food blog cranberry chickpea salad sandwich via the whole serving vegan sweet potato falafel sandwich […]
Darn it! I am still trying to get organized with being a mom again! It’s worth it though! Marcos is wonderful! We are having so much fun together(along with a few hiccups!) And I am laughing a lot more these days 😎
Here is a post I did a year ago. It’s become a favorite for Jim and I. I love the sauce. And I always have basil in the yard.
Darn it! This looks so good and I want to eat it right now! Unfortunately, I have to go to a pot luck and won’t be able to try this until tomorrow! Another way use up my basil. Great pho…
Source: Thai basil tofu
From Beats & Burgers!
You know how you make a dish and you have to open a can to use part of it for an ingredient? Well! We love artichoke frittatas. I used canned artichokes, but always have some left that end up sitting in the refrigerator until I finally remember to use them in a salad. The problem is that they never taste as good as when they are an ingredient that blends with other ingredients.
I made a frittata the other day and have half the can sitting in the fridge just waiting to be gobbled up. I saw recipe and it looks so good! The only change I am going to make is to use shredded mozzarella instead of balls!
Cheesy Spinach & Artichoke Dip Recipe
From The Blog My Yellow Apron.
I never really liked Indian food until I became a vegetarian. All I had eaten as a meat eater was tandoori chicken. Once I became a vegetarian, a whole new world opened up for me. I became aware of how much I hadn’t tried before.
Indian dishes were one of these things. India is a BIG country and so has a wide variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to India. This is all influenced by soil type, climate, culture, ethnic groups and occupations. Each region has a cuisine that varies a lot from the other regions as they use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. Like I said; India is a BIG country!
So here is an aloo(potato) dish that I love.
Okay!! Who hasn’t heard of Biryani? Almost everyone knows about this dish, right? There are many many varieties of biryanis out there, satisfying the tastes of Seafood lovers to Meat lovers to Vegetarians. And, everyone from kids to older folks, loves a good plate of well made biryani with some cooling raita on side. I […]