Veggie Posts of the Week #36

[Once again, my thanks to Jen Gray for her photographic inspiration!]

It's that time again: reviewing the week's posts by other food bloggers in search of veggie favorites. It's sooo easy to tell that the farmers markets are bursting: nearly everyone, it seems, is using up the last gems of tomato and pepper and ... and ...

We're Squeezing the Last Bit of Summer Out of the Toothpaste Tube

From right here in Missouri, FarmGirl's Summer Harvest Soup with red peppers and yellow squash

From Gastronomie, a cream-rich 'real' tomato soup that's so good she may never open a can again

From Kevin, the personal chef at Seriously Good, a romesco sauce I WILL make soon , that's a promise

And from Mark, another personal chef at ReMARKable Palate, a couple of creative uses for carrots, a salad with daikon and a soup with sweet potato, ginger and maple syrup

But Cool Nights and Falling Leaves Can't Be Far Behind

From Nic at BakingSheet, a cabbage-cranberry soup that'd warm one's innards on the coldest day

From The Bacon Show, a hot slaw with apple, caraway and well, what would you expect, right? bacon

From the state of Georgia where it's been coolish and 10 Signs Like This, a grilled packet of butternut squash, a 'secret spice' and butter ... we heard the moans in St Louis!

And in an ongoing crusade, Veggies for Kids

Barbara Fisher at Tigers & Strawberries writes passionately about families who cook in the same kitchens and eat at the same tables - often

Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

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


  1. Great round up, Alanna. I'm hungry just looking at all those soups!

  2. Thanks, Alanna, what an honor! I didn't know about this site, but I definitely think I will be referencing it regularly.

  3. Hi Alanna,
    Thanks so much for including my Summer Harvest Soup in your roundup. I love the idea behind your site and am looking forward to reading more about your veggie ventures! : )

    P.S. Those roasted tomatoes with ricotta look so good!

  4. Thank you Alanna--it's so nice of you to include me! Indian spices "accidentally" make their way into a lot of the food around here. :-)


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