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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:24 pm 
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It's that time again! I'm probably going to do the "Irish Breakfast" this year. Tofu scramble, sausage, fried tomato & mushrooms, heinz beans etc.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:56 pm 
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I make the stew and salad from this Vegetarian Times article every year (since 2008, when it appeared in the print magazine). For the salad, I omit the eggs, sub veganaise for the mayo and soy milk with a bit of lemon juice for the buttermilk. http://www.vegetariantimes.com/article/irish-feast/

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:54 pm 
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I make the stew and salad from this Vegetarian Times article every year (since 2008, when it appeared in the print magazine). For the salad, I omit the eggs, sub veganaise for the mayo and soy milk with a bit of lemon juice for the buttermilk. http://www.vegetariantimes.com/article/irish-feast/


awesome, can't believe that stew recipe was originally from 1970! am bookmarking this. i think i might make this but do some subbing of other veg for the b'nut squash and edamame.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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Gulliver wrote:
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I'll probably make a tea brack - I've used this recipe in the past http://www.thepinkwhisk.co.uk/2010/11/b ... -loaf.html substitute egg replacer for the egg, and use bog-standard mixed fruit instead of fancy fruit, and I think I used less sugar. Delicious with a smear of marg (or not) and a cup of tea.
Is that like bara brith? If so, it's proper lush.


I had never heard of bara brith, but looking at wikipedia, I think so!

I must make this again.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I'm working on a pot pie with porcinis and stout. And a homemade Irish Creme. And I don't know what else. Oatmeal sandwich cookies? I want to make an Reuben-y Hors Douvres, but only because I keep seeing it on menus.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I'm going to make every single thing mentioned in this thread because it all sounds so good. Does anyone have a recipe for vegan corned beef? I don't think I have a cookbook that has a recipe for one in it and I used to love corned beef and cabbage.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:28 am 
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Gulliver wrote:
Appropriateness Alert! That's like saying you're going to Bechuanaland, Peking and Bombay with your very good friends Ungo-bungo and Ching Chang Chong (or however you say their heathen names).


I love you so hard right now. I'm on a campaign to stop people calling drinks and cupcakes "Irish car bombs" as well. Care to jump on the band wagon? :P

I'm having colcannon for dinner, largely cos I bought scallions and the most gorgeous looking savoy cabbage at the co-op yesterday and hubs said he'd try it, which is practically a victory all by itself (he mostly only ate meat/potatoes/carrots for dinner when we started going out). We'll be having it with chickpea cutlets and veggie gravy, a huge pile of broccolli (as it needs eating) and marrowfat peas (who doesn't love peas?!). So yeah, a coincidentally very green dinner....makes me feel a bit overly hallmark though. To buck the curve I'm not wearing green, going to a parade or drinking alcohol - though that last bit is largely due to antibiotics :)

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I'm going to make this Colcannon Casserole since seeing it posted in this thread! My tofu is marinating in Jasmeson's now! So excited, especially because the recipe includes gravy!

http://www.manifestvegan.com/2011/03/co ... casserole/

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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For twee, novelty-based food, that casserole actually looks pretty damn tasty....also gravy :) *bookmarks*

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I really fancy the look of these (posted earlier in the thread), so may have a go at them tonight:

http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2009/03/co ... puffs.html

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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Mr. Shankly wrote:
I'm going to make every single thing mentioned in this thread because it all sounds so good. Does anyone have a recipe for vegan corned beef? I don't think I have a cookbook that has a recipe for one in it and I used to love corned beef and cabbage.


Betty Goes Vegan has a vegan corned beef and cabbage recipe - which they originally posted on their blog

I made it last night, though tweaked a little - made it without the cabbage, and we actually roasted the potatoes (ok, non-authentic I know), but the "corned beef" part we did follow directions for, and it was good! My boyfriend said the smells/tastes of the marinade/spices reminded him of what corned beef used to be like, even though the taste/texture wasn't the same. I've never had corned beef before, but this was tasty!


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I'm going to make braised seitan & cabbage for dinner. I made Julialegume a mint chocolate chip shamrock shake yesterday, which is way more exciting.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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Dinner was a Colcannon Casserole of sorts (partially mashed taters, beer braised cabbage, bread crumbs to bind, with homemade cheese sprinkled all over the top, then baked) with a seitan brisket. On the side we had Caraway Onion Whole Wheat Bread, and then for dessert I made Chloe's Chocolate Beer Cupcakes recipe, but I doubled it and transformed it into a 3-layer cake with Healthy Top as the filling and Chocolate Ganache smothering the top. Everything was tasty and delightful. Now I'm full and exhausted!


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I just boiled half a cabbage, three potatoes, and three carrots in vegetable broth with a wee bit o' liquid smoke and apple cider vinegar. I served it with a Tofurkey kielbasa and some salt, pepper, and malt vinegar. Also, I put a little earth balance on the potatoes.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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IsaChandra wrote:
... And a homemade Irish Creme. ...

As in Vegan Bailey's? I want that so hard!


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 6:02 am 
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veganlemur wrote:

I made it last night, though tweaked a little - made it without the cabbage, and we actually roasted the potatoes (ok, non-authentic I know), but the "corned beef" part we did follow directions for, and it was good! My boyfriend said the smells/tastes of the marinade/spices reminded him of what corned beef used to be like, even though the taste/texture wasn't the same. I've never had corned beef before, but this was tasty!


Meh, I wouldn't be worried about roasting the potatoes - corned beef ain't authentic either lol Plus roast potatoes are awesome!

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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I made green lentil curry last night. While the flavours were definitely not irish, it was green! LOL! I used green lentils, green beans and spinach for lots of green. Also I attempted my very first try at chappati bread. I was quite impressed with my first efforts. I gave some to my Indian friend who said I did a great job, his only suggestion was next time not to use salt as they don't do that in India.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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I made the Mushroom Stout Stew with Biscuits from the PPK blog:
http://www.theppk.com/2013/03/mushroom- ... -biscuits/
I subbed in Seitan that I made that day in place of the tofu. Those potato biscuits are really awesome.

I also made (a version of) Colcannon, for the first time! Simple, just mashed red potatoes, and some fresh (and on sale) spinach and kale sauteed in onions and olive oil. I really dont like the consistancy of Kale, so i chopped it up really fine. It looked really really pretty in the bowl too. My pic is on instagram, and I can't seem to post it. Here is the link
http://instagram.com/p/W-1EaEufbe/

I kind of had a stressful night in the kitchen, I kept dropping stuff and burning myself etc. So when I finally sat down to eat, I was dissapointed in the meal. But...my partner really liked everything. So I think I let my emotions rule my tastebuds. I do that sometimes. I have leftovers and they are pretty amazing.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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Miss Jayme Kat wrote:
IsaChandra wrote:
... And a homemade Irish Creme. ...

As in Vegan Bailey's? I want that so hard!


I made it! It's spot on: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/03/12/homemade-baileys-irish-creammade-vegan/ Served it to my omni family, rants and raves all around :)


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 Post subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day Grub
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erynne936 wrote:
I'm going to make this Colcannon Casserole since seeing it posted in this thread! My tofu is marinating in Jasmeson's now! So excited, especially because the recipe includes gravy!

http://www.manifestvegan.com/2011/03/co ... casserole/

Pics later!


I did make this casserole and it was DIVINE but I was starving and impatient did not take pics. It looked just like hers only not as pretty. And I am looking forward to eating the leftovers for days because it made a lot.


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Cimanim wrote:
Miss Jayme Kat wrote:
IsaChandra wrote:
... And a homemade Irish Creme. ...

As in Vegan Bailey's? I want that so hard!


I made it! It's spot on: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/03/12/homemade-baileys-irish-creammade-vegan/ Served it to my omni family, rants and raves all around :)

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I had my leftover colcannon for breakfast. Om nom nom :)

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