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Ratatouille with Lentils

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Ratatouille with Lentils

I snatched this from a Sapphire and modified a bit …

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A delicious twist on an old standby. Good and good for you!

Chestnut Flaxmeal Biscuits

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chestnut flaxmeal flatbread

Take these along with you to an event where bread …

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Made without any wheat flour these are both vegetarian and safe for celiacs or gluten intolerant. They have a nutty slightly sweet flavor and can be made crunchy or soft depending on how much and what type of fat you choose, and how long you bake them. I prefer mine a little softer.

Eggplant Tofu Stir Fry

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Eggplant Tofu Stirfry

This stir fry was a hit with my daughter and …

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Eggplant prepared in this way will turn the eggplant indifferent into eggplant enthusiasts. Bok choy adds your green vegetable, and bits of other green mild flavoured veggies may also be added.

Pumpkin Lentil Soup

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Pumpkin Lentil Soup

Squash is SOOOOO useful!

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In Australia, the word pumpkin is used much more generally than it is in the USA. Almost any squash is called a pumpkin. Butternut squash was what I used in this recipe. This is a very simple recipe with minimal ingredients. It is vegan if you don’t top with a dollop of some dairy product.

Chinese Omelette

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Chinese Omelette

Quick, simple, and delicious! You can make substitutions to suit …

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A nice change from your Denver or Mexican omelettes. I nicked this out of a local free Australian food rag. A pinch of red cabbage I happened to have adds color.

Flourless Orange Cake

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Flourless Orange Cake

I first had this in a swanky restaurant in Melbourne …

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Yummy, and REALLY EASY! Great if you are cooking for someone who is gluten intolerant. Everybody loves this cake.

Review of Press Club, Melbourne AU

I placed my main review of Press Club on Foodbuzz, so they would have it in their database.

Dining at the Press Club is an eating experience to be sure. The name harks back the fact that they are located in the ground floor of a publishing building. The main ethnicity is Greek, with French influence. It is quite spendy, ($AU60 per head) but you get a lot of good food. I did not care for the Greek style coffee and should have had it my way. Coffee is definitely a matter of taste. Other than that it was all very tasty and nicely and simply presented without being overly twiddly or arty.

Delicious combo vegetable salad

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Dilled Veggie Salad

delicious satisfying combo raw/cooked salad goes well with a …

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I found this recipe in an Aussie food rag. If you don’t like grams, try about 12 cherry tomatoes and a regular family sized mess of green beans. I haven’t figured out how Aussies decide whether to use metric or English. Seems metric for weight and English for volume? Anyway this salad was a pleaser. I’d say if you spiked it up with tempeh it would be a meal on its own.

Moosewood Vegetarian Lentil Soup

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Moosewood Lentil Soup Recipe

The Moosewood Lentil soup recipe has been a family favorite …

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After a fiddly recipe like the Hong Bao I owe you a basic easy staple. Nothing fancy, just solid delicious nutrition for your family. Since I happened to make this family favorite last night I just fired up the old camera, found the recipe online, and voila, another blog post almost for free.

Shrimp with Maifun & Tangy Sauce

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Shrimp wth Maifun and Tangy Dressing

Another way to use that scrumptious miso jalapeno sauce from …

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This was a huge hit at my house. For the vegetarian, we substituted strips of seared tofu for the shrimp. Other than the shrimp, it is vegan.

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