October 01, 2011
The beets that went into the cabbage and yellow beet borscht.
Today is the first day of VeganMoFo, and I might as well accept that I'll be double-stick-taped to my computer chair posting and reading blog posts for the next month. With today as the exception, I'll be posting every weekday, taking the weekends off to catch up. I've got a plan in mind for each week, sort of, subject to change, that I'll be trying to stick to, kind of. Does that sound wishy-washy? Nah. It's classic Libra mind-changing creative license. (You Libras know what I'm talking about.)
The golden beets, again. So pretty — for beets.
For week 1, the plan is to highlight other people's recipes. Some will have recipes to link to, and others, like today's, will just be taunts. So without further ado, here's a look at all the recipes I've tested so far for Robin Robertson's in-progress, new, slow cooker cookbook. Don't you wish you could have the recipes?
Braised Manchurian-style cauliflower
Potatoes with tomatoes and butter beans.
Layered tapenade potatoes.
Chipotle black bean chili with winter squash
African-inspired peanut stew
Moroccan eggplant and artichokes
Chickpea and artichoke-mushroom paté
Autumn fruit compote
Creamy polenta with mushroom ragu
Balsamic vegetable crock
Cabbage and yellow beet borscht