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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 3:09 am 
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I really like the seitan recipe in this book, too, both the mustard crusted and beer battered versions. So good... The penne alfredo is really tasty too, and surprisingly quick to make. And I like having the tofu scramble seasoning mix around for a quick breakfast.

I need to try the tamale pie soon!


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 3:42 am 
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I love this book too. I love both the mustard crusted and the beer battered seitan. The green beans are my favourite way to eat them. The tofu marsala rocks too. Plus the Kasha Varnishkas with the mushroom gravy, but no-one seems to make that much except me.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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I LOVE YRR and use it regularly.

My favorites are the seitan, roasted roots ( a winter staple recipe) and the Black Bean Soup. The Black Bean Soup is the best I have ever tasted. I'm sure I am forgetting something.


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Also, the taco salad. I use the taco "meat" in that recipe all the time for plain ol' tacos, not just the salad.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Efcliz wrote:
Plus the Kasha Varnishkas with the mushroom gravy, but no-one seems to make that much except me.


I make that a lot because it is so quick and easy! Actually I bet it is the recipe in the book I use the most.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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The zucchini muffins are my favorite. So good. Also the spice cake. Also the lemony rice. Also the everything.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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In addition to what's been mentioned, the Mac n cheese is great.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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A gazillion stars for mustard crusted seitan!

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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The marinara sauce is my favorite ever.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Another vote for mustard crusted seitan...it's one of the best seitan dishes ever.


I keep meaning to make this dish and still haven't!
Our go to dish from this book is the Sloppy Joanna's.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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I think I will have to make a trip to herbivore tomorrow to pick this up. I knew I should have bought it last time I was there. I will always use any excuse to go down there and naturally will have to stop in at sweetpea and food fight. Sweetpea better have a batch of charlie brown bars made or things might get ugly!


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I'm craving the blackeyed pea soup right now. The seitan is the best I've ever tried. And the spice cake! Man, I love that spice cake.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Efcliz wrote:
I love this book too. I love both the mustard crusted and the beer battered seitan. The green beans are my favourite way to eat them. The tofu marsala rocks too. Plus the Kasha Varnishkas with the mushroom gravy, but no-one seems to make that much except me.


Woah woah WOAH. Beer battered seitan? YES. This book can't get here fast enough.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Reading this thread made me realize I need to use this book more.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Typically I order things from Amazon but like someone mentioned they are going for big bucks there.

So where can I get this for a reasonable price?


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hi!

books can be bought at my etsy shop.

there are only about 125 left. my hope is that they'll all be gone by the end of the year!


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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I love the Mac and cheese! I add broccoli to it and it's so good.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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joanna wrote:
hi!

books can be bought at my etsy shop.

there are only about 125 left. my hope is that they'll all be gone by the end of the year!


Thanks!

Found it and ordered it. I have your two zines so needed to round out the collection with the book.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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Spice cake. I made this and took it to work and barely got even one piece because omnis scarfed it up.

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I can't believe I forgot the Sloppy Joannas!! What I do now for prefence is use the ingredients from the Sloppy Joanna but use the lentils from VCON Snobby Joe instead of the TVP and that's my favourite version.

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Now you guys have me in a panic! The internet is being finnicky at work today (but PPK is going strong) and I want to order one now.

ETA: I persevered and fought the internet until it let me order. Now we'll see if I ordered 12 copies or 1. I probably should have gone for 2.

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Just ordered mine this morning. And if I wasn't already hungry, I certainly would be after reading this thread. Time to find food before my stomach goes all cannibalistic.

Why am I reading a food forum when I haven't eaten yet today?

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I forgot about the veggie wontons with ginger-miso dipping sauce. These are amazing. If I had a private chef, I would eat these daily.

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I forgot about the veggie wontons with ginger-miso dipping sauce. These are amazing. If I had a private chef, I would eat these daily.


me, too.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 9:36 am 
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My copy came in the post this morning! So excited. And it's so pretty!

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