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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:33 am 
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kasha varnishkas, seitan, butternut squash lasagne, refried beans, are all great.

I need to make more from this book.

the thai bowl was only okay; I liked the pad thai from vegan with a vengeance better.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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I need to use this book more often. I might have another flip through it this weekend.

Yeah, the Sloppy Joannas are amazing. My favourite sloppy joe-type sammich ever. And every time I make them, I get the song 'Dirty Diana' stuck in my head (but thinking 'sloppy Joannas' instead of 'dirty Diana').

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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oh man there are so many of our household staples in this book:

the faux Parmesan (my fave recipe for this type of thing ever)
the chili with coffee in it (I think its called South by Northwest maybe?)
almond milk gravy (has been my go-to breakfast gravy for a couple years now, absolutely outstanding with VWAV tempeh sausage crumbles as the sausage)
almond cake with strawberries
great oatmeal cookie recipe!
butternut squash lasagne is soooo comforting and delish!
tamale pie - best recipe for this evaaaaaaar


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Reading this thread made me realize I need to use this book more.

Totally. I pass it over too much. These are awesome sounding suggestions!


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Adah wrote:
I love the Mac and cheese! I add broccoli to it and it's so good.


Holy crepe, yes! I made this the other night and it was sooooo damn good.

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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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I just ordered this last week and I can't wait for it to come! so many yummy sounding recipes.

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rachell37 wrote:
I need to use this book more often. I might have another flip through it this weekend.

Yeah, the Sloppy Joannas are amazing. My favourite sloppy joe-type sammich ever. And every time I make them, I get the song 'Dirty Diana' stuck in my head (but thinking 'sloppy Joannas' instead of 'dirty Diana').


And now so will I. Thanks.

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I just ordered this book from her etsy site. Can't wait to get it.

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Oh man, I haven't made the kasha varnishkas in a while. They're so simple and tasty.


Stuff I make all the time:
The parm
nacho sauce
zucchini muffins
raisin bran muffins
the granola
potato corn chowder

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I just got the book! Can't wait to make the butternut squash lasagna. My boyfriend doesn't care much for bechamel sauce, so more for me! :)

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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.


yes! my spouse and his friends request this all the time. none of his friends are vegan and they go nuts for this cake! i've also make it gluten-free before (using brown rice flour, oat flour, and tapioca starch) and it rocked socks! so goooooooood!


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
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The only problem I had with the spice cake is that you have to first make the five spice applesauce, and that was only good in the spice cake. I think my leftover applesauce went in the bin because it just tasted so gross on its own. But the spice cake is amazing.

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Green-wa. I forgot that one. Very good.


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The only problem I had with the spice cake is that you have to first make the five spice applesauce, and that was only good in the spice cake. I think my leftover applesauce went in the bin because it just tasted so gross on its own. But the spice cake is amazing.


the spice cake calls for "spiced applesauce," not 5 spice applesauce. you can use any store-bought applesauce with cinnamon in it, or you could just ignore it and use regular applesauce.


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The corn cakes. I love them.
Also that squash lasagna. The sauce is the forking bomb.

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joanna wrote:
rachell37 wrote:
The only problem I had with the spice cake is that you have to first make the five spice applesauce, and that was only good in the spice cake. I think my leftover applesauce went in the bin because it just tasted so gross on its own. But the spice cake is amazing.


the spice cake calls for "spiced applesauce," not 5 spice applesauce. you can use any store-bought applesauce with cinnamon in it, or you could just ignore it and use regular applesauce.

Oh, f'realz? I guess I didn't read it very carefully. I probably would've done that anyway, but thanks for clearing that up for me!

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:12 pm 
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I bought YRR when I had really bad morning sickness about 2 years ago and I now associate it with being nauseous. I am sure there are a ton of amazing recipes in it but I can't bring myself to open it! Butternut squash lasagna sounds so good though, I really need to push through the aversion.


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I bought YRR when I had really bad morning sickness about 2 years ago and I now associate it with being nauseous. I am sure there are a ton of amazing recipes in it but I can't bring myself to open it!


i WROTE yrr when i had really bad morning sickness, and haven't made some of the recipes since i was pregnant because i associate them with that, too. so don't feel bad.


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 Post subject: Re: Yellow Rose Recipes
PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:34 am 
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joanna wrote:
momservo wrote:
I bought YRR when I had really bad morning sickness about 2 years ago and I now associate it with being nauseous. I am sure there are a ton of amazing recipes in it but I can't bring myself to open it!


i WROTE yrr when i had really bad morning sickness, and haven't made some of the recipes since i was pregnant because i associate them with that, too. so don't feel bad.


Wow. I can't imagine writing a cookbook while suffering from morning sickness. I am beyond impressed.


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Wow. I can't imagine writing a cookbook while suffering from morning sickness. I am beyond impressed.


well. i took a significant break, and resumed cooking and testing in my second trimester, when i wanted to eat everything in sight and wanted nothing more than to spend all day in the kitchen. but yeah, i'll never make the granola ever again. just thinking about it makes me want to hurl.


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jillrenee wrote:
the thai bowl was only okay; I liked the pad thai from vegan with a vengeance better.


Actually, this is the recipe my husband likes the most. That and the tamale pie. I'm partial to the Texas caviar myself.


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Good grief, everything sounds delicious! I (gleefully) broke down and ordered the book on etsy; can't wait till it arrives!!!


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Yay! My copy came the other day. Can't wait to start cooking.

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I got the book last week at Never Felt Better (in Sacramento)...I am going to make the tamale pie in the coming week (and convice my boyfriend that tamale pie is not scary) and sweet potato flautas look like a Thanksgiving day dish I will need to make!

I love books like these because they are so accessible and make cooking fun!

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Last night I made the Spice Cake and the Thai Bowl.

They were both really great! I came home from class and found the cake nearly gone thanks to the other ravenous vegan in the house.

The Thai Bowl was delicious. I would prefer it a little spicier, but that's what I'm used to. Also, I was out of Sriracha, which would have been better than jsut using hot sauce. But I will definitely be making it again.

I'm excited to try to Tamale Pie and the Sesame Seed Greenbeans!

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