ARF/5-A-Day #37

by Cate on September 13, 2006

Hard to believe we’ve been doing the ARF/5-A-Day for 37 weeks now – wow! I’m so glad everyone has continued to join in week after week, filling our eyes with such delicious, but healthy, foods to inspire us.

I kept it easy tonight for my contribution … I took fresh mushrooms and sliced them up, and added them with sliced onions in a pan with olive oil, sauteeing them slowly until they were a nice golden caramel color. When it was done, I added a bit of salt, pepper, garlic and fresh spinach, letting it wilt. While doing that, I cooked some linguini and roasted fresh tomatoes from Sunday’s farmers market in the oven. Once everything was done, I put it all together … Pantry Pasta, full of fresh veggie goodness. Of course, with The Husband and Nicholas both detesting spinach and mushrooms, I kept theirs veggie-free. More’s the pity, and more for me!

Until tomorrow…

A year ago today … nuthin’ special.

P.P.S. Don’t forget … I’ll Show You Mine, You Show Me Yours #5 is up next. This time, show us your “go to” dish. You can find the roundup for #4 here, along with a more detailed explanation of how to join in the fun.

On with the round-up and everyone else’s inspiring contributions.

Catherine from Albion Cooks kicks us off this week with Cornmeal-Crusted Tempeh with Steamed Broccolini and Sweet Potato Fries:

Claire from Cooking is Medicine in Mississippi made one of my favorite Broccoli Salads – love this stuff! My version is just a touch different, with crispy bacon thrown in for good measure.

From My Kitchen to Yours shares the very unusual Carrot Loaf:

Alysha from The Savory Notebook in Pennsylvania kicks off the upcoming Fall season with a hearty pot of Minestrone Soup:

Kalyn’s Kitchen in Utah does it nice and easy with Sliced Tomato, Olive and Goat Cheese Salad with Onion-Caper Vinaigrette:

A Transition to Vegan enjoys a little bit of wine, both with her dinner, and in her dinner, with Red Wine Seitan over Noodles:

Cheryl from Free Range Living in Canada serves it sweet this week with her Chocolate Zucchini Cake:

Paula from The Cookbook Junkie in Pennsylvania enjoys a new favorite cookbook with Whole Wheat Strawberry Muffins:

The Chocolate Lady in New York discovers ground cherries this week:

That’s a wrap!

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the chocolate lady September 13, 2006 at 5:20 am

I have got to stop reading food blogs at one in the morning! Now I am really hungry.

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Kalyn September 13, 2006 at 6:39 pm

A lot of good looking recipes as usual. Thanks for doing the roundup.

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Annie September 14, 2006 at 1:45 am

That chocolate zucchini bread looks great and the broccoli salad too.

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Cate September 15, 2006 at 12:53 am

The Chocolate Lady – it’s definitely a dangerous addiction. ;)

Kalyn – another stack for me to add to my to-try pile for sure.

Annie – I definitely agree. Can’t beat eating sweets while getting your greens in too. ;)

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