Yet another fantastic recipe published in the Toronto Star. It comes from Eat, Drink & Be Vegan: Everyday Vegan Recipes Worth Celebrating by B.C. author Dreena Burton.
The potatoes may be served as is or with your favourite toppings; i.e. sour cream)
This recipe comes from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies 2. It takes almost no time to make and is delicious on green salads, pasta and potato salad. Having a choice of lemon juice or 1 of 2 differents vinegars adds versatility. I prefer using sel de mer which is also called sea salt but table salt is just fine to use.
This is an excellent minestrone. I got the original recipe from the Moosewood Cookbook. The original recipe called for tomato sauce. I only had spaghetti sauce on hand and I think the end result is very good. The original recipe also called for zucchini and/or eggplant which my family doesn't care for so green beans were substituted.
I reduced the amount of olive oil to make it lower in fat.
One of my coworkers made these for her Yorkie who just loves them as does my dog, Popcorn.
Sweet potatoes are popular in the islands of the Pacific Ocean, spreading from Polynesia to Japan and the Philippines. I wonder whether dogs in those countries have sampled this little treat.
My family just loves this bean salad.
It provides a protein source for my vegetarian daughter and my omnivore husband likes it as well. I've adapted it from a recipe in Chatelaine Food Express, Quickies 2
This recipe comes from Canadian House and Home. It is soooo good.
It's baked so it's easy to make more than 1 at a time. The cheese oozes out of the sandwiches while baking and becomes a crunchy crust around the bread.
Use a really good bread and slice it extra thick.
You can use commercial mango chutney or try this home-made version: recipe#368738
I love portobello mushrooms. They are wonderful as a side dish or even a vegetarian main dish.This is a dish from The Garden of Vegan (Arsenal Pulp, $22.95) by Sarah Kramer and Tanya Barnard. Bragg is similar to soy sauce and is sold in health food stores. I found this recipe in the Toronto Star.
From Modern Greek.
Faskomilo is sage which grows abundantly in Greece and is collected at the end of summer. This tea is widely drunk as a soothing medicinal tea to cure colds, sore throats, inflamed gums and upset stomachs.