Monday, November 05, 2007

Roaster Corn Salad and Veganomicon


Tonight I made a summer favorite - roasted corn salad with lots and lots of roasted garlic. I am so glad I made enough to take to work tomorrow.Since my copy of Veganomicon came in the mail today I thought I'd share some photos from testing awhile back:

White Bean Ailoi:
Smlove Pie:
Blueberry Brownies:
Buckwheat Noodle Soup:Flourintine:
Tartlets:
Autumn Rolls:
Chickpea Cutlets:Biscotti:
Pound Cake:
Recipes I have also tested but can't seem to find the photos:
Butternut squash and pumpkin seed rice paper rolls
Samosa Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Curried Carrot Dip
White Bean Aioli
Cheatnut Pate
Creamy Kalamata Spread
Diner Home Fries
Tofu Floretine
Caesar Salad
Corn and Edamame-Sesame Salad
Lentil Salad
Maple Mustard Dressing
Sauteed Collards
Sauteed Spinach and Tomatoes
Escarole with Capers and White Beans
Cornmeal-Masala Roasted Brussle Sprouts
Herb Scalloped Potatoes
Chickpea-Quinoa Pilaf
Tomato Couscous with Capers
Broiled Tofu
Chickpea Cutlets
Spinach-Noodle Kugel
Carmelized Onion-Butternut Roast with Chestnuts
BBQ Black-eyed peal collard rolls
Tomato and roasted eggplant stew with chickpeas
Leek and Bean Cassoulet with Biscuits
Almond Quinoa Muffins
Chewy Chocolate Raspberry cookies
Terry's favorite almond cookie
Rumnog Pecan cookies
Almond Biscotti
Fudgey Wudgy Blueberry brownies
Berry coconut crisp
Heart shaped Galettes
Jelly Doughnut Cupcakes
Vanilla Pound cake
Coconut Lemon Bunt cake
Smlove pie
Lost coconut custard pie
And maybe a few more.

That should be enough to blow your mind right now. But if you could only cook one thing out of the cookbook. I say go for the brownies - they will change your world. But leave out the dried blueberries - dried fruit and nuts should stay out of brownies in my opinion.

12 comments:

Michelle said...

how was the curried carrot dip? i'm thinking of making that one soon

Webly said...

It was good, but not really my thing. I'd make a dill, or other herb carrot dip next time. Same with the olive dip. I couldn't use it before it went bad. If you love purple olives you'll love it.

Melody Polakow said...

wow, that corn salad looks to die for. Roasted garlic is one of my favorite thing evah!

Vegan_Noodle said...

Jeez, that's a lot of testing! Once blueberries go down in price (unless I can use frozen, can I?) I will definitely make those brownies. :-)

Emilie said...

WEBLY! I don't know, I just felt like yelling your name. Anyway, that's a freaking lot of testing, but it looks like you got to enjoy some delicious and beautiful food from it.

Hope your wrist is better. I'm still in my brace. Grumble. Hope I can be back on a bike before it snows...

megan said...

I am making the Penne Vodka from Veganomicon right now!

I made the Greek Benedict along with the English Muffins from http://urbanvegan.blogspot.com and it was FABULOUS!

VeggieGirl said...

**jaw drops to the floor** I have Veganomican, but haven't made any of the recipes yet - this post alone has convinced me to start cookin' 'nomicon style!!!

Don't Get Mad Get Vegan! said...

wow, it all looks amazing. i am happily cooking my way thru Veganomicon now. YUM!

those autumn rolls are beautiful!

Webly said...

Melody - the more garlic the better!
Vegan_noodle - you don't need fresh blueberries. the recipe calls for blueberry jelly and dired blueberries. I highly suggest leaving out the dried blueberries.
Emilie - You're going to love this cookbook when you get your paws on it! I've been in physical therapy trying ti fix my arm, but it's taking forever! I hope your wrist heals more quickly than my body.
Megan - The benidict is so good!
veggiegirl - I usually judge a recipe by the dessert section. I highly suggest starting there if you're overwhelmed.
don't get mad - thanks!

kelly said...

ohhh i was just thinking about those brownies! you definitely advertise them well.

Rachel said...

Wow, this all looks so fantastic! You're an accomplished tester :)

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Oooh, that salad looks SO good!

It sounds like you're the person to ask about V-con! dang!
I made the Pumpkin Saag tonight & have my eye on the Eggplant & Potato Moussaka for tomorrow.
Of the recipes you've made I'm going to try the Chickpea Cutlets, Samosa Stuffed Baked Potatoes, Corn and Edamame-Sesame Salad, Cornmeal-Masala Roasted Brussel Sprouts, Leek and Bean Cassoulet with Biscuits, & my husband wants the Biscotti for work!