June 23, 2011

A Perfect Vegetarian Summer Menu...

Tremendous thanks to everyone who linked up to "A Little Birdie Told Me..." last week!

If you'd like to join in this week's party, click HERE!

Last week, there were so many wonderful, healthy, vegetarian recipes, that the theme of "A Perfect Vegetarian Summer Menu" evolved organically in to this week's features.  


Bon Appetit!


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For Starters
Crisp toasty phyllo and the perfect balance of healthy spinach and the tang of feta in this traditional recipe for
 Greek Spanakopitas from Chef in Training

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The Main Course
Meat-less, but Flavor-full -- 
with Garlic Herbed Mayo from Jam Hands.

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And on the side
from The Hungry Homebody

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For Dessert
Try these healthy & delicious
from Culinary Adventures with Camilla

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If your summer evenings cool-off
like ours do here on the California coast,
keep the warmth going with a hearty French country classic:
from LaForce Be With You...

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There were plenty of incredible crafts, tutorials and sinful sweets linked-up to last week's party too.  You can see some of them featured over on my Facebook page HERE.


5 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing my sandwich post with your readers Jenn. Have a great weekend :D

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  2. Thanks, Jenn, for featuring my cupcakes. And I am certain that the folks at Forest Grove are well-endowed with treats and goodies since you're there! ;) xoxo

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  3. I am going to try those cup cakes
    Lezlee

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  4. Yippee! Thanks so much for featuring my Tabbouleh Salad - the whole menu looks fantastic :D

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  5. This is like heaven on a plate for me! Everything looks absolutely delicious! I can be perfectly happy without meat and eat like a rockstar!

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