ARF/5-A-Day #71

by Cate on May 23, 2007

Claire from Cooking Is Medicine is up first this week with a veggie-filled Garden Frittata. I haven’t made one in ages, and it’s high time it move up on the list. It’s a great way to get rid of whatever you have rolling around in the fridge in a very forgiving way.

More Bread and Cheese, Please carries on our frittata theme with her Spinach and Bacon one, along with a side of very exciting news!

The Cookbook Junkie cuts the calories with her oven fried zucchini:

Cook. Craft. Enjoy. serves up a beautiful Mango Habanero Salsa:

True to form, The Chocolate Lady bakes up something different this week, Half Baked Flax Seed Crackers:

Table for Two takes care of dessert with a nod to the Barefoot Contessa, with her Pear-Blueberry Crisp:

A Fridge Full of Food gets very creative with blueberries, turning out True Blue Blueberry Bars, Blueberry Syrup, and Blueberry Lollipops:

As for me? I had two very ripe avocados that were begging to be used, and it’s been awhile since we had guacamole, so I quickly made a fresh batch, using the method I wrote about here. Mmmm, delicious stuff that I could never tire of.

A year ago today… it is so time to make this cake again … love it.
Two years ago today… meeting Paula Deen.

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Alisha May 23, 2007 at 6:10 pm

Thanks for another great round-up!


Claire May 23, 2007 at 6:13 pm

That blueberry dish makes me ready for blueberries. They are still SO expensive and I’m afraid not much of that is going to change with this crazy gas price increase.


the chocolate lady ??? ??????? May 25, 2007 at 10:33 am

Thanks for this round-up, Seasonal garden frittatas are a wonderful way to get a snapshot of the moment in vegetables!


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