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Vegan Express on the Blogosphere

Posted Apr 23 2008 7:00pm

Since I am too lazy to take photos of the recipes I post, you might enjoy, as I do, browsing the photos that other bloggers have taken of the recipes they’ve made from Vegan Express. Here is a small sampling. Oh, and I might add, I’m really very touched and grateful when bloggers choose my recipes to cook, photograph, and write about. Thank you, thank you!

This list is from the most recent on down. There are lots more out there on the web, but here are some highlights, so I don’t overwhelm you, or myself:

Just today, Ricki at Diet, Dessert and Dogs posted a full review with SEVEN photos of the recipes she tried. Stay tuned to this blog, as she is planning to post her version of my Butterscotch Mousse Pie, including her own recipe for a nut crust and a coconut whipped cream for topping. She sent me the photo for approval and all I could think was, I want some of that, with some strong coffee!

The Peaceable Kingdom posted a photo of Paella Vegetariana, with some unique changes. I never, ever mind when readers change recipes to suit their own tastes. I like it that my recipes don’t have to be followed to the letter to work, and that they are tweakable. That’s what cooking is all about, to take ideas and give things your own personal touches.

One Third Nerd made Polenta with Black Beans and Spinach. I haven’t made that one for a while so I was delighted not only to view it but to read that it took her only 20 minutes total to make.

Culinary (and other) Adventures of a Veggie Girl made Lemony Couscous with Broccoli after a cold bike ride.

A Damzlfly in London (Ontario, that is), AKA Shayna, made Our Favorite Chocolate Cake for her friend’s birthday, and decorated it so festively with fresh raspberries!

The Curly Knitter took inspiration from Fatfree Vegan Kitchen’s post on Pink Bean, Quinoa, and Spinach Soup, which is also a bit further down on this list.

Day to Day Vegan wasn’t too excited about the Tofu Aloo Gobi, saying it was bland for her taste, but also mentioned that she was at the peak of a cold when she couldn’t taste very well. I will admit that my recipes tend to be on the mild side — I’m not a huge spice person — but I’d rather that readers spice things up to their own tastes. I don’t mind constructive criticism, however, and I respect Lindsay’s opinion!

Diann, a regular reader of this blog and the creator of a very nice one of her own, Eat’n Vegan, posted a photo of Gingery Rice with Sweet Potatoes and Peas amid a long post on yummy vegan desserts.

Living on the Vedge posted a photo of Seitan and Mushrooms in Paprika Cream, a recipe that was inspired by one of my trips to my beloved Paris. I love how she wrote that “Dinner met plate within twenty minutes, and it was restaurant qualilty.” Thank you, Kelly!

Vegan Quickies is the title of the post by Dynise at Urban Vegan, where she posts photos of Zucchini and Polenta Marinara as well as Roasted Brussels Sprouts.

Chris and Darlene from Eat Air posted two photos: Creamy Pasta with Asparagus and Peas and Big Quesadillas with Black Beans, Broccoli, and Portabella Mushrooms.

Susan Voisin of FatFree Vegan Kitchen, who took the photos for the book’s photo insert did a lovely shot of Pink Bean, Quinoa, and Spinach Soup, and also ran the recipe.

Alanna at A Veggie Venture posted what she called Stir-Fried Brown Rice, but which in the book is called Bok Choy, Edamame, Cashew, and Orange Rice. Whatever it’s called, I’d like to make it again soon!

At the VegBlog, Ryan posted a recipe I made again very recently, one of my very simple but so colorful faves, Broccoli Salad with Yellow Peppers, Pine Nuts, and Cranberries.

And last (or actually first) but not least, at Dreena’s Vive le Vegan, you’ll find a photo of Butterscotch Apples

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