I’ve been very busy recently doing some testing for an exciting new project with two of my favourite ladies – Tami Noyes and Celine Steen. They have announced they are jointly writing a book about vegan sandwiches, something that I think has definitely been a gap in a cookbook market which has exploded recently. We’ve been going sandwich mad here – hot, cold, spicy, fruity, wrapped, rolled, traditional, international – if you can call it a sandwich, we’ve been making, eating and loving it. You can see some of the treats in store at the Flickr group here but here’s just a couple of mine from the 35 I’ve tested so far:
I’ve been so wrapped up (tee hee) in sandwiches that my blog reader is feeling a bit unloved. I often put stars by recipes to come back to them, but I’ve been neglecting them recently.
I thought I’d share a random 5 of the items starred in my reader with you just in case you’ve got more need of inspiration and time on your hands to cook than I have. I’ll definitely be coming to them soon though!
Quinoa Upma I love Upma, especially for breakfast, and I’m always looking for more tasty ways to use quinoa.
Silk Road Cooking Matthew bought me this book quite a long time ago but I’ve not used it yet so it’s interesting to see what others have made
Savoury Veggie Pancakes I’ve never had any success with tofu omelettes and this looks like something that would work for me
Aubergine, coconut and lime dhal I never met a dhal I didn’t like (except Happy Herbivore’s) and this looks just up my street
Black bean soup with lime masa harina dumplings because Mexican food + dumplings has got to be a win
Even though the last thing I need is more to add to my “must try” list, I’d love it if you’d leave me a link to something you’ve got starred in the comments. Preferably not sandwiches.
you did too have some success with an omelette! well okay, maybe not an omelette per se, but the socca thing that tastes like one from Veg Subs?
I love that socca, which is why I now look for the chickpea flour type versions not the tofu type!
I getcha now. slow mornings for me, dhal do it.