6.15.2011

cinnamon snail, BBQ portobello grillers, panzanella salad with tempeh

Tester

Since I haven't posted in a little while, I thought I would do three in one from Tami's Grills Gone Vegan testing extravaganza. Unfortunately, Blogger had my blog deleted for a little while and had me a quite nervous about it. Do the Word Press people have as much problems with their blogging servers? Blogger has many problems, times when I can't blog and now this blog deletion. I think I've had enough and I am seriously considering switching to Word Press.

Back to the food:

Can you picture a Cinnamon Roll as big as your dinner plate? 
Look here:



That is how big that Cinnamon Snail is. Don't get fooled by the name, this no small quiet, unassuming snail; this is a ginormous-feed-your-family-cinnamon roll. Divine! I love the ease and simplicity of this recipe. 

Next up is this saucy wonderfulness. BBQ Portobello Grillers. So good! If you are a mushroom fan, this is the recipe for you. You can use store-bought BBQ Sauce for this, but both Tami and I recommend you making her Simple BBQ Sauce, also in the book. It takes less time than buying it and costs a fraction with more than triple the taste-reward. Add some of her Creamy Cole Slaw and you are set. BBQ Perfection.


Last up is Panzanella Salad with Tempeh. Vegetables come here to soak up the summer. Tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, onions - plus other surprises marry in this flavorful, light (not drenched like most panzanella salads!) mingle of tastes. Summer on a plate.


So, there you have some teasers. Enjoy the pics!

5 comments:

  1. Can I get a doggy bag, please? :)

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  2. First you have to come to dinner! You have a standing invitation.

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  3. Thanks for all this testing! You are on fire! Everything looks fantastic, as does everything you post.

    I'm on blogger, too, but I almost only hear good things about wordpress. I don't think I'm brave enough to make the switch.

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  4. Good observation, Tender Branson! Yes, we all need a snail that big...just not in the vegetable garden :)

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