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Looking for vegetarian/meatless recipes
Mon 26-Dec-11
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Ooh, I read Around Britain with a Paunch too!

 

Don't like squash though...

I'll try that again!

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Hattie said:

Sue here is another lot of vegetarian recipes but with a twist, they are an combination Jewish & Chinese flavours, ingredients & techniques.

 

http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/12/chinese-jewish-.....d-lox.html

 

It's an interesting article & fun.  wave 

 

That is an interesting site Nadine, where do you get them all from? eeek

learning to love veg…..except celery :-O

Mon 26-Dec-11
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I'm just nosey, Sue, I let my fingers poke around the internet & often I find groups of people who rave about certain foods , cooking techniques etc. & I follow their clues. I also ask Google a lot of questions......wink.....then I check out whether everyone agrees to the answers given. I have always over-researched things, sometimes to the point I am unable to make up my mind about what to buy......eeek

 

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Well, your research has certainly helped me a lot over the past few weeks, so do carry on!  (Please and thank you big_hug)

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I am always asking google things which is how I ended up being addicted to this sitebig_laugh

I make a lot of veggie things up as I go along and depending on what is in the fridgei_am_hungry Tonight I am making rissoles made from butternut squash risotto left over, I will sort out some sort of potatoes and do Oh a pork steak for his meat fixsloe_gin

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Yes Aly , that's how I found this site too. It is amazing how often it is quoted around the ether. First I found Fiona's blog & later the forum but I was too scared to join in at the time. I had lost my confidence completely, after about 2years it gradually started coming back.  wave

 

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sometimes we just gel with people on forums which is weird when we never meet! This one is like home for mebig_hug

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Although I am not a vegetarian I eat at least a couple of solely vegetarian main meals every week. I think this recipe looks great, this blogger is a Swedish woman who lives in Italy & I have found many great dishes on this site. She is also a wonderful professional photographer so her blog is a joy to visit. smile

 

http://www.luculliandelights.com/2012/02/pasta-wit.....quash.html

 

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I'm sure I have put a link to Ilva's blog before, I'm glad that you found her anyway  She does some marvellous things.

I'll try that again!

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Yes TA, I expect it was me as I love her blog ; I want more people to read & look at it. I have a great admiration of beautiful photos that make you want to go out in the kitchen & cook the dish. She cooks far more like an Italian than a Swede but I suppose that is because she lives there for most of the year. Last year she went on a visit back home & that was very interesting to read about as I have worked there several times & I love , especially in their magical springs & summers.

 

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A few years ago her parents died, I think quite close together, and the heartache that she went through when clearing all of their belongings, was quite painful.

I love Sweden too, lived there for a while in 1970 in Smalland. 

I'll try that again!

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Have you seen this site?  Estonian woman who lived for a time in Scotland, interesting recipes.

I'll try that again!

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Yes, I have & I think it was you that suggested it to us. I had to run away quickly to check on my loaf which is baking at the moment. I was reminded of it because I saw a link to Marzipan Buns & that reminded me to go see that the loaf was not burning.....so thank you..... laugh

Now I can follow the link to the buns....I see they are actually Raspberry & Marzipan Buns, even better.  roll_eyes  whistle  More inches on the hips.....!!  big_laugh

 

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Oh dear, sorry about that!  What about this one?  Just now found it and haven't fully investigated yet...

I'll try that again!

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I think this recipe for an savoury aubergine 'cheesecake' looks interesting & very tasty. I really want to try it soon.

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/mar/06.....intcmp=239

 

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