I am reading blogs of my friends with a great attention. Some day I spend more time reading, some day less, but I definitely wanna know who cooks what. What new foods my friends have explored, what old and good recipes were reinvented. I think these recipes are great for your weekend family gatherings. I love Mia’s easy salad because it contains all my favorite veggies, I like Epicurean Mom’s (Katie’s) wrap because it is healthy and super delicious looking. My Gourmet Connection offered a flavorful soup on their page and I just couldn’t go past the rabbit with
mushrooms from Kalofagas I adore Greek food , period.Taste and Tell Blog published this week an amazing pie that I wasn’t able to pass by, I was gazing at it with my eyes wide open as if a piece of this pie would jump out of the screen for me! I want to cook all these amazing dishes and much more recipes that I saw on my friends blogs this week.So enjoy these amazing recipes I definitely will!
Great simple, healthy and flavorful salad. What I like about it it’s just throw in all the ingredients, mix well and you are ready to eat.
Have you tried adding quinoa to your kids diet? You can
make these protein filled wraps kid-size by downsizing them and making them into cute pinwheels, adorned with adorable butterfly toothpicks…who could resist?? My girls sure couldn’t, Ky (5) said, “Mommy, I love these beany burritos!!”
Plus these bad boys are LOADED with protein and are super healthy! It’s a win win! Read more
This light noodle soup is richly flavored with some of the
ingredients found in the classic Vietnamese noodle soup, Pho. While Pho is usually made with either beef or chicken, we made delicate meatballs with ground chicken and simmered them in broth along with star anise, cloves, cinnamon, fresh ginger, garlic and lime.Ladled over cellophane noodles and topped with scallions, fresh mint and cilantro, this soup is a great choice for lunch or a light supper.Read the full recipe
There’s also onions, garlic, wine and stock and some carrots for some sweetness balanced by savory mushrooms… This dish is a wonderful winter meal: oranges in season, rabbit plentiful and delish!