Friday, March 05, 2010

Things I've Made Lately

Other than working my way through Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar and Veganomicon (which will take me a number of years) I've made a couple of things from some newly-acquired cookbooks.

The Urban Vegan

Roasted Root Vegetable Soup - Kid-friendly and full of Vitamin A. Very easy beyond chopping root vegetables.

Spaghetti Alle Melanzane - This is my kind of comfort food. Savoury tangy eggplant tossed with pasta. Delicious after a long run.

Triple Sesame Salad Dressing - A creamy-salty-tangy dressing without any associated garlic breath. This was so yummy atop an avocado-sprout green salad.

Quiche Du Jour (Spinach & Sun-dried Tomato Combo) - Excellent crust. Tasty but my quiche didn't set.

Better Than Buttermilk Pancakes with Blueberries - Hearty healthy pancakes that didn't give me a sugar high. Used spelt flour.

Brownie Bites - Tasted awesome but were too delicate to get out of the muffin tin (both silicone and sprayed teflon). So I served brownie crumble topped with vanilla soy ice cream. Nobody complained.

Citrus-Scented Blueberry Muffins - I love muffins. These were light and fluffy.

Lorna Sass' Complete Vegetarian Kitchen

Hot and Zesty Black Bean Soup - So easy and so good! Packed with protein, which I had been craving.

I have a very long list of other recipes from these two books that I'd like to try. Most of the recipes are fairly straight-forward, which I appreciate after a long day of working and running.

9 comments:

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Pamela said...

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robynrheaa said...

Hi Tracy and Sarah! I love your ladies blog, its amazing. I'm just starting a blog and i was just wondering, how you created the list on the right hand side of your blog? Thanks :)

Tracy said...

Hi robynrheaa! The list on the left is a Blogger Gadget. If you use Blogger, you can configure it on the Layout page, accessible from the Dashboard.

robynrheaa said...

Thank you, but can I ask you what gadget? I have been trying a lot of different gadgets and I can't seem to figure it out! Thank you for helping me!

Tracy said...

It's called the "Link List" gadget. Good luck with your blog!

Annie Nguyen said...

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robynrheaa said...

I recently tried to make a 'link list' and I can't figure out how to get it like yours! Im sorry for bothering you, did you have to change the html of your template? Could you try to explain in more detail! Thank you sooo much!