House Favorites: Vegan – May Wrap Up

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Sunny and fresh describes all the entries in House Favorites: Vegan this month.  I’ll have one of everything, please!
Adj at Tattoos and Champagne realized that most of the guests she had invited to her spring BBQ were vegetarians and vegans, so she had her first ever vegan BBQ. Among other delicious dishes, she made Grilled “Meatballs” and Potatoes and finished the meal with her friend’s delicious Apple Crisp.
The always irreverent and hilarious K Jackson was doing a cleanse earlier this month and made raw zucchini into Zucchini Bin Laden: Zucchini Noodles with Pesto at Epicure What Ails You. It’s “seriously good and seriously easy to make.”
I made my old favorite Spinach and Strawberry Salad with creamy agave-Dijon dressing.
I also made a favorite Grilled Vegetable Tortilla Soup, something I’ve been making since last summer.
Caffettiera of La Caffettiera Rosa is back this month, this time with Risi e Bisi, or risotto with peas. If you are doing a spring cleanse yourself, here is another great dish to have. All the little details she puts into cooking the dish make it special.
At The Beet Reporter, Krista made Roasted Eggplant and Tomato Shortstacks with Lemon-Thyme Drizzle. These go together almost as quickly as you can say the name, and are a nice light alternative to Eggplant Parmesan.
Raven and her husband have learned to make Thai food at home to satisfy their cravings. He makes his version very hot, so she makes “Mellow Yellow” Thai Curry as a delicious counterpoint.
Our collection of House Favorites is growing nicely. Thank you all for your entries this month. I hope you’ll enter something in next month’s event.

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2 Responses

  1. Great roundup as usual, Claire. Seeing everyone’s favourites is refreshing and inspiring, and there’s a lot of bikini friendly ideas here. Summer has arrived, finally!

  2. Thanks for the shout out, Claire! Stop by for the some crisp if you’re ever in the Baltimore/DC area :)

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