With Labor Day coming up in the next week, I thought that I would find something to post for you labor day picnic. Here is something that I posted a year ago. These dishes are easy to make and delicious!
As a vegetarian, when you go to picnics, it’s hard to leave it feeling like you had a decent. It’s even harder living in Texas, where BBQ is ubiquitous. The only vegetable dishes are …
Source: Healthy Picnic Food Ideas!
From Molly The Blogger!
Quorn is the best vegetarian product to replicate chicken or veal. I have used it to make a wonderful piccatta dish. Pot pie. I have had friends eat these dishes without knowing that this was Quorn. They could tell the difference. The texture is perfect. And the cutlet will pick up the flavors of other ingredients!
I saw this recipe and the word fillet in the title. I thought it was for a fish type dish. We call the Quorn cutlets where I am from. Fish are fillets.
This looks super simple. The ingredients are a perfect combination. A must try!
I’ve had this recipe tucked away for a while now and I feel the world deserves to know about! I’m a vegetarian, and I picked this up from the Quorn cook book, so now I’m going to …
Source: Recipe: Pesto Fillets
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 […]
“When you have the best and tastiest ingredients, you can cook very simply and the food will be extraordinary because it tastes like what it is .” – Alice Water Indian cottage cheese is called paneer and chunks are termed as tikka. Paneer tikka is the vegetarians alternative to chicken tikka or fish […]
I love paneer. Much more so than cottage cheese. This recipe combines the creaminess of the paneer with the spiciness of a tandouri sauce. For those of us who are from the states, capsacium are peppers. Kasturi methi is an herb that kind of taste like celery leaves and fennel. I haven’t seen it where I shop. What I do is crush celery seeds and fennel together. I love that taste!
By Chef Adam Cole of Maple Block Meat Co.
Serves 4 people
2 pounds small potatoes—German Butterballs, fingerlings, or mixed Pee Wees
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
2 tablespoons kosher salt
3 tablespoons barbecue dry rub (optional)
Preferred sauce (It’s pretty difficult to find a sauce that doesn’t work well with smoked, salty potatoes)
Get your smoker up to temp—shoot for a temperature between 225-250ºF.
Wash potatoes well in cold water to remove dirt. Do not peel.
Dry potatoes completely using paper towels. They are a lot more absorbent than a cotton kitchen towel.
Coat potatoes with a thin layer of vegetable oil. Get your hands in there and mix it around. It is important to coat them evenly.
In a large mixing bowl, dust potatoes with an even layer of kosher salt or your favorite BBQ rub (I prefer something on the less sweet side for this particular recipe). If you use rub, you do not need as much salt. Roll the potatoes around gently in the bowl and continue to add seasoning gradually and in small amounts, to your desired salt intake needs.
Transfer potatoes onto a sheet tray in one flat layer. Avoid overcrowding the pan so the potatoes cook evenly.
Smoke potatoes. Time will vary here depending on the size of potato. Check them after 1 hour, then check for doneness every 20 minutes.
To check the doneness, pinch a potato with your finger. If it’s soft and collapses easily, they are done. If you need to, finish in a conventional oven at 350ºF, just check on them often.
Serve with the sauce of your choice. At Maple Block Meat Co, we serve them with whipped crème fraiche, espelette pepper powder, and shaved chives. They are just as delicious dipped in ketchup, queso, or Alabama white.
And from Cookie and Kate some more ideas for your Superbowl! I love the recipe for grapefruit margaritas. Especially, since I have all kinds of grapefruit in my backyard!
Sorry that I am so late posting about our weekend. I learned a valuable lesson this weekend. Don’t ever upgrade you Computer OSX if you think you are going to need to use your computer. Apple put out a new upgrade to the Mac. OSX. I had the bright idea to upgrade the system on Wednesday, see as how Jim would be home.
I am definitely not a tech person. So I need someone here to help if things go wrong. That is definitely Jim! Needless to say, everything went fine with the upgrade. The problem is that there were so many changes, that I had to spend a couple of days figuring everything out! I think I have it now!
We had a wonderful holiday. Our breakfast was perfect. I actually didn’t know what we were going to have until the last minute. We decided not to have an elaborate Thanksgiving. It was just going to be Jim and I this year. We thought we would just go with the flow. Read the rest of this entry »