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    JanuaryBride
    Wed May 19, 2010 1:23 pm
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    magpie diner wrote:
    That salad looks delish JB - not sure I've ever seen pomegranate molasses. I remember you saying you got some at WF. I wonder if it's known as anything else.


    It's basically pomegranate syrup (there is a recipe here for it on Zaar, but I was lazy). It's a Middle Eastern condiment evidently! Couldn't read the label LOL.
    magpie diner
    Fri May 21, 2010 11:34 am
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    Thanks for that JB....good to know I could try my hand at making it. Every now and again we get poms around here and they come in huge quantities so the price is usually pretty good. It sound like a great ingredient to have on hand.

    I think most of you are on the ZWT, but there are so many threads to read thru - I don't think I'll ever see what you guys are making! So I thought I'd just mention this here. At first glance the ingredients look a little odd, but honestly, makes a very delicious chinese dish. I think you'd like it!

    Jade Green Broccoli
    Debbwl
    Sun May 23, 2010 6:52 pm
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    Hi All! All the photos looks so yummy.

    This week made three very good recipes:

    Loula’s Oven-Baked Balsamic Cherry Tomatoes With Rosemary #422768 more photos under Sweet little tomatoes

    Sweet Baboo’s Truly Low Carb Hot Cereal #221284

    Pot Scrubber’s Mexican Rice #117892 which calls for chicken stock but vegetable stock works.

    Oven-Baked Balsamic Cherry Tomatoes With Rosemary

    Truly Low Carb Hot Cereal

    Mexican Rice
    magpie diner
    Sun May 23, 2010 11:41 pm
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    That rice above looks great Deb!

    New one added to my book, I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I think I jumped on that TVP bandwagon too!

    Swedish "meat" Balls With Gravy (Vegan)
    426798
    Lalaloula
    Mon May 24, 2010 10:58 am
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    Hey there! wave.gif

    Magpie, are you on the tour as well? I presume it will get very quiet around here for the next 6 weeks. Well, have a blast on the tour and make sure to share some pics of your yummy food and the challenges with us. Id luv to hear about that! icon_biggrin.gif

    Mmm, that brokkoli dish sounds very yummy to me. I luv water chestnuts, but sadly dont know where to buy them here. I guess an Asian market would be the place to got, but havent been able to locate one here. icon_sad.gif Ill keep looking though.

    Debbie, mmm, you have been eating well again! Luv all the pics. They are truly wonderful!
    Thank you so much for trying out my tomato recipe. Im so happy that you enjoyed it! icon_smile.gif I luv the pic! Its soooo beautiful and really sells the dish! The colours are great!
    Wow, that cereal looks so creamy and as if it would keep you going all day long. I luv the way you shot it with the dry mix in the back. Very nicely staged!
    And mexican, too? YUM!!! The rice looks so tomatoey and spicy. yummy.gif What did you serve it with?

    Ive been eating lots of lovely dishes these past few weeks, too. Here are some highlights:
    Boreks (Turkish Appetizers) #362535 by Mary Winecoff (really easy and sooooo tasty!)


    Roasted Garbanzo Beans/Chickpeas #331939 by Mama's Kitchen (a great snack!)


    Devil’s Red-Hot Millet Hash (Vegetarian) #204609 by Chrystabel (such a great way of serving millet!)


    Green Chili Hummus Dip #94308 by ~Rita~ (mmm, great hummus!)


    Roasted Garlic and Three Cheese Spread #415637 by Debbwl (an amazing dip!)


    Asparagus Pesto Pasta #422784 by starrynews (very, very yummy!)


    Warm Goat Cheese Dip #284381 by Boomette (this is serioulsy addictive and so great with veggies!)


    Lentil Casserole #423608 by bmcnichol (wow, this was really good!)


    Roasted Red Pepper and Feta Spread #274353 by Babzy (so creamy and yummy!)


    Ok, Ill stop now, cause otherwise this is going to bore you. But serioulsy, these were all super yummy and I will surely make them again! yummy.gif

    Wishing you all a great day! icon_biggrin.gif

    Loula

    ~updated to here~
    Debbwl
    Sun May 30, 2010 8:06 am
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    Good morning,

    Magpie, fantastic shot of very yummy looking Swedish meat balls. Like the way the mushrooms show in the gravy without taking away from the meat balls.

    Loula, so many yummy looking photos! Are the Chickpeas any thing like wasabi peas? Which I love and DH hates.
    How cool to make pesto out of asparagus to bad asparagus is already out of season here. We only get it for a few weeks.
    The lentil casserole looks and sounds so good that I had to save it.

    This week I had four that were worth bring over to here.

    Starting with a bright sunny Citrus Compote #421148 by ellie

    A great cool coffee drink for any coffee addict such as myself there is Pink Diamond’s Iced Cappuccino #426987

    Then there was Lainey6605’s Egg Casserole for Two #206038 proving eggs can easily go from breakfast, lunch, to dinner.

    And last but oh very far from least there is Lainey6605’s A Really Good Tomato Recipe #242319 a very quick and easy dish that is very very tasty. (recommend baking)

    Citrus Compote

    Iced Cappuccino

    Egg Casserole for Two

    A Really Good Tomato Recipe
    Lalaloula
    Sun May 30, 2010 8:12 am
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    Oh my, oh my Debbie, all those pics look luscious! yummy.gif

    What a yummy array of different recipes! Mmm, I wish I could have some of that for lunch right now. Have to wait til sis gets back from uni (yes, she has school today) to get something to eat. Sigh....

    Anyways, that iced coffee looks soooooo scrummy! Luv the way you have captured its icy beauty. It looks so refreshing!
    Do you think that would work well with chocolate, too. Im such a sucker for iced chocolate anything. lol

    Oh citrus compte, what an interesting breakkie dish. Was it as sour and refreshing as it looks? We have a saying here in Germany: Sour makes you happy. I bet this would make you really happy. icon_biggrin.gif

    The egg casserole and baked tomatoes make my tummy growl. Very appetising shots! I cant help but noticing, that your pics are getting better and better. The lighting is so stunning in all of them as is the focus! Somehow your newer pics have this mellow, romantic shimmer to them. Very beautiful! Lovely colours, too.

    Thanks so much for sharing these bauties with us! icon_biggrin.gif

    As for the chickpeas, they are really crunchy and kinda crumble into your mouth when you chew them. I imagine wasabi peas to be similar. I cant say for certain, though cause I am not very fond of wasabi peas myself. My mum adores them, so I was planning on making some for her soon. Made some wasabi almonds by Bergy, which were great for a start.

    Loula
    Debbwl
    Sun May 30, 2010 8:27 am
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    wave.gif Loula, your pour sis having uni on a Sunday. Hope she gets home soon and the two of you make yourselves a treat.

    Yes I think the coffee should work with chocolate.

    The Citrus compte was a nice mix of sweet and sour. The sugar option is really not needed.
    magpie diner
    Sun May 30, 2010 4:34 pm
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    It's lunchtime here and my toast is in the toaster so I thought I'd check in. But now my PB&J sandwich isn't looking so interesting after looking at your recent posts!!

    Just to answer your Q Loula - yes on the "tour" again this year. It's quite the whirlwind. I found that meatball recipe online obviously looking around for something Swedish-ish vegan style. Actually, I really enjoyed that, glad I found it. It has a hint of nutmeg, a little unusual.

    Hope to have something good to photograph tonight! Enjoy the rest of your weekend.... icon_biggrin.gif
    Debbwl
    Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:06 pm
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    Had lots of winning recipes this week but think these were a little above the others:
    The80srule Power Protein Yogurt With Whey & Flax #425191
    Sweet Baboo’s Low Sugar Dessert Topping and Filling #314496
    Noo’s Basil and Lime Granita #317680
    Dancer^’s Tomato Phyllo Pizza #121962
    Lori Mama’s Simple Bruschetta #413464

    Power Protein Yogurt With Whey &amp; Flax

    Low Sugar Dessert Topping and Filling

    Basil and Lime Granita

    Tomato Phyllo Pizza

    Simple Bruschetta
    magpie diner
    Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:56 pm
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    Good looking eats Debbwl!

    Wanted to share this one - not made for any tag game icon_lol.gif They were really really good (considering it's "just" potatoes!).
    Roasted New Potatoes With Lemon Horseradish
    Debbwl
    Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:57 am
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    Magpie, those potatoes look out sound good.

    This week made two must try and very very yummy drinks to share:

    1st up is I’mPat’s Banana and Chocolate Shake #380990 Made using Dark cocoa powder instead of regular cocoa powder. The dark cocoa is hard to find but defiantly worth looking for.

    2nd is Pink Diamond’s Homemade Eggnog #426272 Made with 1% milk and Splenda sweetener instead of sugar.

    Banana and Chocolate Shake


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    magpie diner
    Mon Jul 05, 2010 11:38 am
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    Hey there - howz it going everyone? I think a lot of us were busy with the ZWT the last few weeks. I have a few things to share...

    New to my cookbook - most were sourced from a health food store publication called Alive...

    Pesto (Vegan) With Spinach & Avocado
    Teriyaki Quinoa (Gluten Free)
    Quinoa Spring & Summer Salad (Gluten Free)
    Simple Cider Vinaigrette
    Sage & Mint Tea (For Sore Throats and More...)
    Cooking Spelt Berries - Basic

    We were talking about using up fresh herbs somewhere - I tried this one yesterday, very good:
    Parsley Pesto (Useful for Many Dishes!)
    Lalaloula
    Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:48 pm
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    Oh Gosh, the whole change over thing and ZWT totally made me forget about this lovely little thread. icon_redface.gif
    I feel so ashamed, I never came back to comment on all your yummy pics and recipes. icon_redface.gif
    Well, now well just try again. icon_biggrin.gif

    Here are some recipes Ive made during the last few weeks, which were all super yummy. Im trying to eat healthier and lose a few more pounds til Christmas, so most of them are rather good for you, too (some only in moderation, though).

    Muzlu Sut (Milk and Banana Drink) by JB


    Healthy Sandwich by studentchef (Dining on A Dollar contest)


    Black Bean Chili With Cornbread Crust by LARavenscroft (Dining on A Dollar, too)


    Low Fat Chocolate Banana Muffins by deantini


    Guacamole. Avocado Cucumber Dip! by Rita (my first avocado in years--so good!)


    Rosenmunnar by crafty lady 13 (made these for friends)


    Peanut Butter & Banana Loaf by Hokies Lady (such an indulgence, but worth it!)


    I would love to hear and see what you all have been cooking! icon_biggrin.gif

    Loula
    Katzen
    Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:17 pm
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    Loula, those recipes look lovely!!

    This is a most wonderful bread recipe:

    Mediterranean Black Olive Bread by bmcnichol:



    Kat
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