Saturday, May 31, 2008

VEG HEAD CARNIVAL

It's finally here! My very first Veg Head Carnival. I must admit, I was very nervous when I first decided to do a blog carnival. My main concern was if there would be enough substance to keep my readers satisfied. Well let me tell you something, the response has been amazing. Day after day the submissions kept pouring in. I could not be happier with the outcome.


So without further ado, here we have it. A collection of vegetarian related articles from some of my favorite blog authors. Make sure to leave comments on websites visited from this carnival. ENJOY!





Jade presents Very Best Vegetarian Lasagna posted at (cup)caketastrophe!. It's a must if you like lasagna. Jade's lasagna is a great way to fill the belly with some healthy ingredients. I made a double batch and froze the rest. Don't let this one pass you by.


Victoria presents Impress Your Friends with Mushroom Pate posted at feed yourself. This would make a great treat for your next party. The only thing I would change is the quantity, double the recipe, it'll go fast!



VeggieGirl presents Smooth Sailing posted at VeggieGirl. I could drink these smoothies every day for the rest of my life.



Khunying presents Spinach and Sun dried Tomatoes Quiche without Pie Shell posted at Gretchen's Pantry. This recipe looks outstanding. Now a days there's so many people with gluten diets, this recipe is a gem.



Jen Carlile presents Homemade Tofu posted at Modern Beet. Now this is what I call super cool. Now we can all make our own tofu at home. Home made tofu always taste better!






Courtney Lind presents Spicy Thai Peanut Noodles « Pip’s Plate posted at Pip's Plate.



Sangeeth Raghunathan presents Mango Lassi posted at Art of Cooking Indian Food.








Manjula Jain presents Aloo Gobi » Manjula’s Kitchen Indian Vegetarian Recipes posted at Manjula's Kitchen. Aloo Gobi is a delicious main dish made with potatoes, cauliflower, and a great blend of spices.






Courtney aka Glamah presents Red Pepper, Spinach,Mushroom and Asparagus Terrine posted at Coco Cooks.



Jennifer Cote presents Hawaiian Rice Medley posted at PC Cuisine. This is an easy recipe that tastes awesome!



Melanie Rimmer presents Roasted Vegetables and Goats' Cheese Pasta posted at Bean Sprouts.






Katerina presents Spanakopita posted at Daily Unadventures in Cooking.









Lalaine Y. Manalo presents Deep-Fried Tofu posted at thecookmobile.com.
Tofu blocks are a great and economical source of protein...here is a delicious recipe showcasing tofu all on its own!



Jenny B(aka Mother Hen) presents Squash Eatin? Squid posted at Ship Full O' Pirates.






Muse presents The Potato Temptation posted at me-ander.




Lokendra Rathore presents A Rajasthani Curry Made With Aloe Vera posted at Karan's Guest House.










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Lane Wright presents More Reasons Not To Eat Meat posted at Vegan Bits.






Vihar Sheth presents Rethinking the Meat-Guzzler posted at green rising.




So that's all for this addition of the Veg Head Carnival. Thanks once again to everyone who submitted an article. You all made this very special.




If you have a vegetarian related article make sure to submit for the next addition of Veg Head Carnival.





11 comments:

Passionate baker...& beyond said...

Well done Erik, this is a great round-up with a delicious array of veggie dishes!

Melanie Rimmer said...

I honestly don't know why anyone would buy a cookbook with resources like this available for free on the web! Great carnival Erik, and thanks for including my submission.

VeggieGirl said...

Such FABULOUS submissions from everyone who participated!! Hooray!!

Jade Is Green! said...

Yum! So many good new recipes for me to try out! They all sound delicious. Great work on the roundup Erik and thanks for including mine. Looking forward to the next one.

glamah16 said...

Great roundup Erik. I'm not a vegetarian but love creative use of dishes with no meat. Will definately be checking these out.

farida said...

Great collection of recipes! They all sound so delicious!

Simply...Gluten-free said...

Great post, looks like I've got a lot of blog surfing to do! Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Erik Great job on your carnival it looks great. Can't wait to read through all the recipes.
Jen

Siri said...

Lovely roundup Chef Erik. I am glad that ur sis liked the Home Fries..:) Thanks for letting me know.. indeed feels great!

Siri

steph said...

This is a great carnival. There are so many exotic and varied recipes, thanks!

betty said...

Wonderful,yummy site-thanks for the pictures and info! Betty