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Eating My Way Around the Blogosphere
Posted By Dawn On August 13, 2009 @ 2:50 pm In diet friendly,Fellow Food Bloggers,Italian,legumes,seafood,stuffing,vegetables | Comments Disabled
Where does the time go? I’ve had so much going on in the past several weeks, I can barely remember my own name. In summary, I lost a grandfather, discovered my cat has cancer, and learned I was pregnant. I’m very happy about that last part, but not so much about the rest. I won’t get into details here, but for those of you interested, you may read more about those events on my other blog.
Needless to say, with all that’s been going on, I haven’t had much time to get creative with my cooking. And now that things are slowing down a bit, I’m finding myself to exhausted at the end of the day to do much. Hopefully that will change as I get used to the little bun in my oven. Meanwhile, we’ve been eating a lot of “repeat” dishes at my house (pizza, especially), as well as some delightful dishes I read about on some other wonderful blogs.
So, today I’m going to do things a little differently and show you a couple of the dishes I’ve prepared, using the recipes created by my talented fellow bloggers! The accompanying photos are ones I took after trying out their recipes for myself, so if you notice any discrepancies you can blame it on me. :)
By far my favorite food blog, if you haven’t seen Chef John’s videos you are missing out. They are simply mouth-watering! I’ve made a number of his dishes, but this is one of my more recent favorites.
This twist on the classic Italian dish was much easier to prepare than the fried version, yet the flavor did not suffer at all! I had a hard time putting my fork down even once I was full. In fact, just writing about it now is making me drool. I’ll have to make this one again very soon!
Elaine’s blog has some wonderful Italian recipes, and her photos are gorgeous! Honestly, I think my photo of this dish doesn’t do it justice, so make sure you go see hers.
This dish was incredibly satisfying considering how healthy it is. I actually heard my body say “Thank You” when I ate this. Even if you don’t feel like getting fancy and stuffing the mixture into the tomatoes, the filling is good on its own. You could just top it with diced tomatoes if you’re feeling lazy (which is what I think I might do next time).
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