When I decided this month to adopt Kalinda (and now Larissa) of Wheat-free Meat-free, the only surprising thing was that I hadn’t already adopted them! Not only do they have an amazing gluten-free and vegetarian recipe-focused blog that I love, but they also demonstrate how creative and international our diet can be. Oddly, the recipe I tried from their blog was one of the most traditionally American recipes on the site. Their recipe for NOT their Grandma’s Tomato Pie appealed to me because I was swimming in heirloom tomatoes and running out of ideas of how to use them. I also had a Whole Foods Gluten-free Bakehouse pie crust in the freezer begging to be used, so it was a very easy recipe to make. The DH and I loved this recipe, and Toddler Yum deigned to try it and also pronounced it yummy, making it unanimous. Larissa also recommended the Chunky Tomato Basil Soup on their blog for those dealing with excess tomatoes. All I can say is… Yum!
Have you tried any recipes from Kalinda and Larissa’s blog? What recipes would you like to try? Share in the comments! I’d love to hear about your favorite gluten-free vegetarian or vegan blog, so please feel free to tell me all about them, too!
Just after I posted this I bought some cauliflower that was crying out to be made into Kalinda and Larissa’s recipe for Aloo Gobi, Indian spiced potato and cauliflower curry. Everybody in our house loved it! I added chard because I wanted a little taste of green, and garnished with lime, but otherwise followed the recipe. It was excellent!
Thank you to Lauren of As Good as Gluten for hosting Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger for me this month! You can see the October Roundup Here.
Also, the Book of Yum is up for nomination as one of the Top 25 Food Allergy Mom Blogs. I’d love your votes!
Here are some more recipes that I’m dying to try from their blog:
Aloo Gobi Potatoes and Cauliflower
Fava Bean and Chard Soup
Tempeh Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
Coconut Curry Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Cauliflower and Chickpea Skillet
Mushroom Caviar with Buckwheat Blini