Top Twelve Vegetable Recipes of 2010
from A Veggie Venture

Healthy habits, they're good to hone, worthy of practice. And most of us (myself included) would benefit from eating more vegetables. Let me tempt you with the best vegetables recipes from A Veggie Venture in 2010. Not finding what you like here? Check A Veggie Venture's famous Alphabet of Vegetables!

Enjoy! ~ Alanna

(hover for a description, click a photo for a recipe)
January - Homemade Vegetable Bouillon February - Sweet Potato & Butternut Squash Tagine March - How to Roast Potatoes to Perfection
April - Tofu-Salad Sandwiches (Vegan 'Egg' Salad) May - Lemony Broccoli & Lemon Vinaigrette June - Chilled Green Bean Salad with Rosemary & Garlic Oil
July - Tossed Caprese Salad August - Grilled Corn with Chipotle-Lime Browned Butter September - Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon Vinaigrette
October - Stuffed Pumpkin with Apple & Cranberry November - Savory Sweet Potato Casserole December - A Simple Dandelion Salad

More "Best & Favorite" Recipes

~ My Favorite One-Pot Supper Recipes ~
~ My Favorite Apple Recipes ~
from Kitchen Parade

~ Twelve Favorite Tomato Recipes ~
from A Veggie Venture, my vegetable food blog

More Vegetable Recipes

(from my fellow food bloggers, updated regularly)
(more recipes like this at Vegetablespotting)



Kitchen Parade is written by second-generation food columnist Alanna Kellogg and features fresh, seasonal dishes for every-day healthful eating and occasional indulgences. Do you have a favorite vegetable recipe that other Kitchen Parade readers might like? Just send me a quick e-mail via recipes@kitchen-parade.com. If you like Kitchen Parade, you're sure to like my food blog about vegetable recipes, too, A Veggie Venture. "Like" Kitchen Parade on Facebook!


Happy New Year and thanks for all the wonderful recipes. I have a few favorites (Mom's Blueberry, Apple Crisp, 1-Pt Cookies)and expect to have more by this time in 2011!
 

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Thank you for taking a moment to write! I read each and every comment, for each and every recipe. If you have a specific question, it's nearly always answered quick-quick. But I also love hearing your reactions, your curiosity, even your concerns! When you've made a recipe, I especially love to know how it turned out, what variations you made, what you'll do differently the next time. ~ Alanna