October 17, 2010

13 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have to try the Mango Sorbet! I love Jennifer Cornbleet, just the simplest recipes!

  2. Pam says:

    Great looking menu! Congrats to the winners!

    Have a beautiful day! Hugs!

  3. Those Samosas are genius, what a fun way to plate them too! I really appreciate the financial math that goes into eating raw, you give low income students raw hope! thanks

  4. bitt says:

    Everything looks great!

    I have spend hours on raw recipes, but typically the tricky ones are the ones that require timing and hours of dehydrating or freezing. None of these are necessary to eat of course, just fun.

    Cacao reacts well with me in moderation. It actually is quite helpful to me that time of the month since it helps with hormones. The rest of the month I can take it or leave it.

  5. Antony says:

    Lovely and I bet totally delicious 🙂

  6. Everything looks awesome! I have one of Jennifer Cornbleet's books and videos. I like that she makes everything so easy and you do too:) Great Blog!

  7. HiHoRosie says:

    Yummy eats – those samosas and apple crisp look super!

    Congrats to the winners!

    I have spent more than my fair share in the kitchen over a meal. Some that didn't even turn out as super as expected. That's always a bummer but these days I don't have the luxury so much so it's been awhile since I've spent more than a 1/2 hour on something.

    And cacao I'm fine with. I don't eat it all the time so maybe that's why but definitely haven't experienced any probs with it. Sad for those (like you) who do!

  8. Anonymous says:

    I'm bored with your reposts…. don't wanna blog anymore do ya?

  9. kelli says:

    the apple crisp looks really yummy. can't believe i haven't made an apple related dessert yet this season!

    i've also spent a really long time making raw lasagna. it definitely helps to spread the prep up over 2 days, or find someone to help.

    i'm not a big chocolate person (meaning i can take it or leave it most days), though i love cacao and often experience bliss while eating it!=) i consume cacao in moderation and haven't seen any adverse reactions.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Once I slaved for HOURS over a Russel James lasagna! It was good, but I couldn't believe how long it took.
    Also, I love cacoa. I put it in raw trail mix, raw cookies, smoothies, you name it. Gives me energy.

  11. Oh my…sometimes I'll spend a whole day preparing a variety of items…but I love it. And I love that you love us so much by showing us more and more and more. YOU are a blessing. :o)

  12. Anonymous says:

    I just wanted to ask where you get your missing 800 calories from? Even though I support healthy food choices like eating only raw foods, starvation is unproductive and does not help you with living a healthy life.

  13. Jodi Clark says:

    Yum! Everything looks delicious as usual.