This recipe was inspired by the recipe Erica from Addicted to Handmade shared on her blog a little while back. I didn’t have the same ingredients that she did, but it was a great launching off point for a delicious soup! I’m loving finally owning a food processor as up until this point my soup making has been limited to chunky minestrone soups, and while I still will be making large batches of that over the winter as it’s always been a favourite, I can’t wait to try out all kinds of other flavour combinations as well!
We’re back for the second instalment of my new series of reviewing pubs that cater for vegetarians with a spotlight on The Gem in Collngwood. If you missed part one, you can catch my review of the Fox Hotel here!
I never used to like zucchini, I’d turn my nose up when mum served it, and would never think of ordering a zucchini-based dish. How times have changed! Now I use zucchini all the time, and whilst I wouldn’t ever just snack on it as is, I find it such a versatile and easy to use veggie that it is popping up in all kinds of dishes these days! Case in point – a zucchini and corn slice!
As a vegetarian living in the inner suburbs of Melbourne it’s generally not too hard to find a good pub meal, so I thought I would start to share some of my favourite places to eat out for a casual, low-key, but still delicious meal – starting with the Fox Hotel!
Sorry about the lack of posts recently – we’ve been having all kinds of technical problems here in I Spy Plum Pie world, but we’ve almost fixed all the gremlins and will resume regular programming! Hurrah!
The other week I spotted this Vermicelli noodle salad recipe on the Vegie Project blog and wanted to try it, so I thought I’d make a Vietnamese themed night of it and make some rice paper rolls as well. They are so simple and delicious, and were a great way to start our Vietnamese feast!
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