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    magpie diner
    Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:15 pm Groupie
    Oh wow, only a few hours back on this topic and I've got 2 new recipes saved! Your photos are always so nice Loula, how come so long since you had an avocado? Not your favourite or hard to find, or?

    That bread looks fantastic Katzen. Do you think it would work in a bread machine? Only because I bought one (used) and haven't really made much use of it yet.

    I haven't taken many photos lately but I did the other day when I made this lovely potato dish below. Unfortunately something is up with photobucket right now, I can't get past this annoying survey that's coming up ... so no photo here for the time being.

    Potato Tomato Coconut Masala
    Hot Tofu Curry (Vegan)

    Both were made for the spicy challenge over on the African cooking forum.
    Fri Nov 19, 2010 10:05 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi Magpie,

    Yes, actually I used my breadmaker on the dough setting, and then formed it into a loaf and allowed it to rise, then baked it in the oven to acheive the "rustic" look. Then I got a natural looking loaf with the ease of a breadmaker!

    You'll find many of the reviewers did the same, and were pleased with the results.

    Let me know how it works out!

    magpie diner
    Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:49 pm Groupie
    We were talking banana bread a while back. I tried this one yesterday - although it is a "cake" it's very near banana bread, with a special sweet lemony topping. (The topping you could just lick the pan clean, and "maybe" I did). Vegan Banana Upside Down Cake

    Uses 4-5 bananas (I used 4).
    Sat Nov 27, 2010 7:09 am
    Forum Host
    That is a gorgeous banana bread/cake! I sure wish I could reach out and take a slice!

    I've made a few things worth mentioning here:

    Power Peanut Butter Biscotti by HokiesLady, which DH decided makes a fantastic on the go breakfast:

    Fiber Breakfast Cereal-Hot or Cold by Chef Tweaker, which is delicious, simple to make, and good for you:

    Rice Fried Vegetables--Vegetarian Times by smellyvegetarian, which was absolutely wonderful, and we loved the leftovers as lunches for the week!

    I also made this one in September, and it is truly wonderful - Homemade Granola Bars (Health or Energy Bars) by gailanng:

    These were all delicious!

    magpie diner
    Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:51 pm Groupie
    That all looks great - especially those granola bars. Did that recipe hold together well for you Katzen?
    Sat Nov 27, 2010 10:10 pm
    Forum Host
    magpie diner wrote:
    That all looks great - especially those granola bars. Did that recipe hold together well for you Katzen?

    They weren't rock solid, they were chewy, and I found they held together well enough - not like a processed bar, but not far off.

    They are SO delicious, though, they have such wonderful flavour! I actually put the couple of incredients I'm missing on my list so I can make them again.

    magpie diner
    Sun Nov 28, 2010 2:10 pm Groupie
    good to know, I've tried many recipes in the hopes that I'll get around to making them more often. Was hoping to find one 'crisp' enough to pack in a lunch box. I'll give these a shot, and maybe even try doing them biscotti style and double baking.
    Mon Nov 29, 2010 2:22 am
    Forum Host
    Hey there! wave.gif

    WOW, Magpie that banana cake looks super yummy! yummy.gif Its so fluffy and soft and I swear I can taste the bananan in my mouth. yummy.gif
    Ive saved the recipe as Im on a banana bread/cake trip lately. Love them!

    As for your question: I havent had avocado in that long as I got sick while being in spain and whatever that was made me react negatively to avocadoes, tomatoes and other veggies and fruits. So, I had to stop eating them til I got better. Now I felt courageous enough to try it again and thankfully I could eat it without any problem at all. icon_biggrin.gif

    Kat, mmmm, those granola bars bring back fond memories. yummy.gif Love all the things youve been making. That cereal is especially tempting. I would have tagged it, too in PRMR if I hadnt had two dry mixes to use up.

    Here are some more recipes Ive enjoyed lately.
    Crispy Potato Wedges by Chef on the Coast

    Cranberry &ndash; Walnut Scones by Kat

    Parmesan & Garlic Damper Rolls by Mandy

    and a good deal more, but the pics havent been posting since mid last week. icon_sad.gif

    Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:08 am
    Forum Host
    Lalaloula wrote:

    Parmesan & Garlic Damper Rolls by Mandy

    and a good deal more, but the pics havent been posting since mid last week. icon_sad.gif


    Oh Loula, I swear, my mouth is watering from that delicious picture! I could pick it up and break it apart and see the cheese stretching! Mmmm!

    I'm glad you mentioned that pics haven't been posting - I wondered if it was just me...

    Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:54 pm
    Forum Host
    I realized I hadn't posted here for a bit... so here's some of what's been cookin' - in no particular order:

    Vegetarian Chili(Emeril Lagasse) by Sharon123:

    Maple Walnut Pound Cake by Annacia:

    Blueberry Bread by Rita~:

    Best Ever Oatmeal Cookies--Land O Lakes by Smellyvegetarian:

    Simple Cider Vinaigrette by MagpieDiner:

    So... what's in your pot?

    Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:23 pm
    Forum Host
    Just love to come and drool over everyone’s delicious photos.
    Wed Dec 22, 2010 6:26 am
    Forum Host
    Oh Kat, mmmmm, your pics are definitely STUNNING! They make my mouth water so much, I need to go and get a napkin. icon_smile.gif
    Love the lighting and intense colours in all of them! Especially the blueberry bread and walnut cake look soooo mighty and delish! yummy.gif
    The way you presented the chili with the spice in the bowl next to it and the clever angle, is just great!
    You certainly have been eating very well. icon_smile.gif

    Ive made some more great dishes, but the pics arent so great as by the time I have dinner ready its so dark outside, everything comes out gray and hazy. icon_sad.gif

    Garlicky Yellow Rice by lazyme was so good!

    Spring Carrots With Yellow Rice by Annacia is such a lovely way to eat rice, mmm!

    Szechuan Nuts by ElaineAnn are great nibbles! I never knew you could roast nuts in the microwave, but it does work out nicely

    Spicy Chick-Peas and Rice by breezermom, healthy, easy and delish! yummy.gif

    Bananas With Carob Sauce (Raw Vegan) by Mindy sent me straight to chocolate heaven. YUM!

    Apple and Pear Crumble by ImPat is a very healthy and still super yummy dessert

    Gingerbread Men by Aaliyah's&Aaron's mum was so cute! Loved making this! icon_smile.gif

    Are you all set for the holidays? Do you have a special menu, are you going to have a spectacular dessert of assorted cookies on a platter? Go on share it with us, wed luv to see it! icon_biggrin.gif

    magpie diner
    Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:52 pm Groupie
    Gorgeous photos here!! They all look so good I am saving like crazy.

    We made gingerbread cookies the other day, using a recipe here - worked out nicely but I think we rolled them to thin, especially looking at your sturdy men there Loula icon_wink.gif Will have to try again. But very easy dough to work with.

    But today, I did get a few things accomplished including Katzen's Roasted Chestnut're going to like it a lot Katzen!!

    And very delicious and different (to me) cookie by UmmBinat:
    Persian Rice Cookies (Naan Berenji)
    magpie diner
    Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:22 pm Groupie
    Holiday Plans....well, cooking this year has had to be adapted to be almost all do-ahead as we'll be out for most of Christmas Day, and we're having people over that night, as well as Boxing Day. Nothing fancy, but still, somewhat traditional, the usual favourites.

    I'm the only veg, and we do end up making a turkey here for everyone else, so it's a bit unusual I guess, (I get help with that part though). So basically it's a turkey, a tofu-turkey, spelt stuffing, two gravies (one vegan one not), mashed potatoes, roasted veg, salad and some appies and then pumpkin tart. On Boxing Day it's a combo of leftovers with some dishes that other people bring over. Actually for Boxing Day I'm planning to make a turkey wellington - seems like a great use of leftovers, and will look nicer on the plate (hopefully!).

    so over here it's nothing too out of the ordinary but given that I don't want to be in the kitchen all day Xmas Eve, and barely at all on "the day", it has been a learning curve figuring out how to do it ahead of's hoping it works out and I don't serve cardboard! icon_wink.gif

    What are your plans?
    Fri Dec 24, 2010 8:19 pm
    Forum Host
    Hey, look what I made for Phil's work this morning!

    Bread Machine Cinnamon-Pecan Buns:

    Bread Machine Cinnamon-Walnut-Raisin Buns:

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