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Great sweet potato biscuits

An interesting recipe for Sweet Potato Biscuits: if you like cornmeal biscuits with your morning tea, you’ve got to try these.


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Favorite food blogs

Over at A Veggie Venture can be found scores of great vegetarian ideas. I’m not a veggie, as is known by regular readers, but the attitude I have is that one should trust the experts. Veggies know more about this stuff than anyone, right? Then if I add some great meat ideas — perfect!

Anyway, she’s got a great article on favorite food blogs:

    “On the surface, food blogs look much like other food sites, magazines and cookbooks. But look closer, they stand apart. Food blogs are extraordinarily personal, even when produced with knowledge and professionalism. They radiate curiosity, excitement and creativity. They often exude rich humor, sweet charm and unedited spontaneity.


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Mine didn’t turn out, but you might try…

I was feeling a bit adventurous and went to look around. I found a blog called, which specializes in South Indian food, which I love. A recent recipe there is a recipe for Green Papaya with Mustard Powder and gave it a try. I’m not sure what I did wrong, but it didn’t quite work for me. Anyway, here’s a picture from that site:

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I can’t wait to try this

A great looking recipe for fish, bacon, and basil is served up by the Cooking Diva. I’m going to try it with seabass and try it paired with a nice riesling.

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Vegetarian wings! was mentioned here a little while ago. Today they’ve got a new superbowl recipe up that will be fun to try: vegetarian wings! Here’s the recipe:

    “Spicy Seitan Buffalo “Wings” are a vegetarian and vegan substitute for tradtional pub buffalo wings. Seitan doesn’t come with wings any more than buffaloes do, but these meatless buffalo wings are cooked up with hot sauce and margarine for the same spicy flavor.

    1 pound seitan, sliced into strips
    2 tsp garlic powder
    1 tsp onion powder
    olive oil for frying
    1/3 cup margarine, melted
    1/2 cup hot sauce
    Preparation:Coat the seitan with garlic powder and onion powder then lightly fry in olive oil over medium high heat for 5 to 7 minutes, or until done.
    In a medium sized bowl, mix together the melted margarine and hot sauce. Place the seitan in the bowl and stir to coat well.

    Serve with ranch dressing if desired.”

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Tortilla soup!

Here’s a great Tortilla soup!

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Cheddar Broccoli Corn Bake with Kellogg’s Corn Flakes

The site is dedicated to healthy eating using margerine. While I was looking for ideas for the Christmas Turkey, which is insisted on by my family (I’m not wild about the bird myself, actually) I found this recipe for Cheddar Broccoli Corn Bake with Kellogg’s Corn Flakes.

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