Saturday, March 31, 2012

beet & maitake stew with turmeric quinoa~ kosher vegan

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hi friends! boy, do i have a special treat for you today - Tori, from the Shiksa has invited me over to her blog for a special guest post. you may have see the button or heard the chatter on facebook or even visited or seen a post or two on pinterest for her wonderful event the Passover Potluck.

Tori has invited a variety of very talented bloggers, all with very unique and different backgrounds to participate in her Passover Potluck - i truly feel honored and am so excited to be a part of this.

So, head on over to check out Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes Kosher Vegan for Passover Beetroot & Maitake Stew with Turmeric Quinoa. When you stop by, make sure to say hello to Tori, stay awhile and check out her beautiful blog - just click on the button below and enjoy your visit!





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18 comments:

  1. love that color play.. carmine beet with deep turmeric!
    i bet your hands look pretty pink :)

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    1. Isn't it beautiful!

      ...and the gloves came into play one beet in once I realized that 6 beets later my hands would be pretty purple :)

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  2. Congrats on the guest post! Beautiful stew, as well... I love beets, and mushrooms,and the turmeric quinoa is sheer brilliance!

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    1. Willow, can you move in with me and tell me nice things all day long - you always say the nicest things!

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  3. Hello fellow #PassoverPotluck friend...this is absolutely gorgeous!! I am always looking for new ways to make quinoa and just started toying with turmeric! Just gorgeous! :) So glad to meet you too!

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    1. Hi Samantha! Thanks for coming over for a visit :)

      I love quinoa and it is amazing how many different ways you can use turmeric - play around and have fun with it!

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  4. Dang all your photos are so amazing! What kind of camera do you have? The res is excellent. And LOVELY recipes as well.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Emily (love your blog btw!)

      I have a Sony DSC-HX100V - it has proven to be a really great camera!

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  5. I popped over and they really sound delicious. My family will devour them. This is my first visit to your blog, so I took some time to browse through your earlier posts. I'm so glad I did that. I like the food you share with your readers and I'll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Hi Mary!
      Thank you for taking tome to visit us at SMBP - I hope to see you around more often, thank you for the lovely comment :)

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  6. Beautiful - I love the color contrast between the stew and the quinoa. You know how much I love beets, so you had me at the first word of your title :)

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    1. I actually thought of you when posting this recipe :)

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  7. nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

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  8. Congratulations on your guest post! :) Have always loved cooking, and yeah, I love beets. I also add this turmeric spice whenever possible. Love spicy foods ever. :)

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