Veggie Posts of the Week #3

(Many thanks to Jen Gray whose photo makes me consider playing racoon to raid the neighbor's garden for a midnight feast!)

Ah, the bounty of the farm!

Here are this week's posts by other food writers and home cooks, the ones that pushed their way out of the monitor to grab my tastebuds and imagination.

From New Takes on the Everyday

Over at Simply Recipes, Elise's Dad's Potato Salad that hides a secret ingredient

From Kevin at the Milky Way Diner, a quiche happy with zucchini and fresh tomato to say nothing of his mother-in-law's Thai noodles with carrots, cucumber and red lettuce

From Julie (of A Finger in Every Pie) after visiting the green market, her latest ratatouille, fat with leeks and eggplant and tomato and ... and ...

From Rachael over at Fresh Approach Cooking, a salad that starts with butterleaf lettuce, then takes advantage of the last of this year's wonderful peaches along with fennel and grapefruit

To the Unusual

Pickled Radishes from Sorchah over at The Pythogorean Life

Masala Turnips, turnips with tomatoes, onions and spices, an Indian recipe from Mahanandi

To the Preservationists

... for the long winter months, Roasted Tomato Sauce from SlashFood

To the Ever-Creative and Always-Responsive Stephen at StephenCooks
.. who, after I asked for ideas, developed not just one but two tomato bread pudding possibilities
Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. Hi ears are burning a little over here...thanks for mentioning my site (again) on your wonderful blog, and for asking a really challenging request in the first place!

  2. Alanna, thanks for including my post in your roundup and informing me. Finally a site exclusivesly for veggies, I like it and my kudos to you for the effort.


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