Le «V" Dix messages de Word de 2012

Une des traditions de la Saint-Sylvestre est le compte à rebours pour le Nouvel An, la balle tomber, baisers et des confettis. Voici donc un compte à rebours de la “V” Les messages les plus populaires de mots de 2012.

10. Bonne année: Rosh Hashanah Menu pour 5773

A delicious feast to start the new year off right including Mushroom and Walnut Pate, Borscht and Beet Greens Salad, Tofu avec Apple et Onion Relish, Stuffed Squash, D'Apple Walnut Muffins, Chia Puddings and more!

9. Jennifer Esposito et la maladie coeliaque / Salon sans gluten

This post covers the journey of actress and activist, Jennifer Esposito, who is spreading awareness and education about celiac disease. Jennifer founded the Way Foundation de Jennifer pour la maladie coeliaque éducation (JWF) which, along with education, research and awareness, works with regulatory agencies to update laws pertaining to the packaging, labeling and marketing of gluten-free ingredients in consumer products.

On her blog, Jennifer shares amazing recipes, many of them vegan. She also created her own line of gluten-free all-purpose flour and pancake mixes. Jennifer’s Way is the only pre-made flour mix I buy because it is made with unrefined nutritious ingredients and works great in all recipes.

8. Superbowl Menu – Aller Giants!

I’d like to think that my Superbowl menu contributed to the New York Giants’ victory over the New England Patriots. A huge list of appetizers, entrees and party food, here The “V” Word stood for Victory!

7. Frites de pois chiches

One of my favorite appetizers: croustillant, spicy addictive chickpea fries. Since I can’t get to Peacefood Cafe to have theirs, I had to learn to make my own!

6. The Pioneer Woman and “Poulet au wok” Tofu Steaks and Creamy Mashed Potatoes with White Gravy

Ok, I got my snark on here and had some fun at the expense of The Pioneer Woman but I have to admit, I got some super-indulgent food out of her. And we can talk about kale salad all we want but people went crazy over this meal. Yes it’s healthier than her version but it still comes with a “don’t get on the scale the next day” warning 🙂

5. Sesame Tofu

I can’t tell you how much I miss Chinese food, restaurant Chinese food. Even though there is ONE restaurant kind of nearby me, I like making my own. That way I know what’s in it. I can make it gluten-free, I control the sodium, I can say no to cornstarch and other additives. This dish is amazing!

4. Penne with Roasted Garlic, Courge musquée, Kale and Hazelnuts

What’s not to love about this beautiful dish? Roasted garlic – Mmmm! Courge musquée – doux, savoureux et délicieux! Kale – healthy and yummy! Hazelnuts – crunchy goodness! Vegan cheese – gooey and decadent! What’s left to say? Make this!!

3. Cashew Based Vegan Butter (Palm-Oil Free, Soy gratuit)

With the growing controversy over the use of palm oil, it’s getting harder and harder to buy anything. Heureusement, making our own vegan butter is super-easy. My version is made with cashews and is both palm oil free and soy free but it can easily be adapted if you want to use soy.

2. Vegan Mozzarella Sticks

Once a favorite, always a favorite. This recipe is gluten-free but could also be made with panko for those who eat gluten. Crispy on the outside, ooey-gooey on the inside. Appetizers rule!!

1. Tempeh Reuben Sandwiches

Je dois dire, this surprised me. Not because it’s not a great recipe because it is. C'est délicieux! But this recipe has twice as many views as the next most viewed recipe, the Mozzarella Sticks. That makes me think that somewhere out there in cyberland, people are sharing this recipe and I don’t know about it. Eh bien, if that’s the case, thank you anonymous sharers. This sandwich, which is something we love to eat out, is really good and could be gluten-free – it all depends what bread you put it on.

So there you have the Top Ten Posts of 2012. The runners up (which are definitely worth mentioning) are: Gluten-Free Ciabatta Bread; Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas with Mango Avocado Salsa; Paula Deen et tofu Géorgie; Sans gluten saucisse italienne, Partie II; et Steak Seitan en Sauce Beurre Blanc avec des fritures Oven-Baked.

You can also check out the Top Ten Posts of 2011 et bien sûr, the Top V (5) Posts of All Time are listed on the right side of the blog page.

I look forward to writing more recipes, reviews and essays in 2013, along with The “V” Cookbook Word (Je sais que, JE SAIS!), and having you with me as my lifelong vegan journey continues.

Wishing everyone a very Happy, Healthy and Compassionate New Year filled with Love, Laughter and Kindness!!

Le “V” Parole: Dites-le. Mangez-le. Vivre.

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4 Les réponses à Le «V" Dix messages de Word de 2012

  1. Rhea Parsons Juin 11, 2013 à 6:52 sur #

    Yay! I’m glad you’re having success with them Angela!

  2. Angela Petyko Juin 11, 2013 à 6:34 sur #

    soooo happy with these recipes! they’re easy and i’ve had successes without having to “tweak” them!

    newly vegan – Mars 2013

    the nori in the chickpea “thon” salade – genius!

    the omelet turned out just right! waaay better than my (ew) egg omelets ever turned out…

    can’t wait to try the beet burgers 🙂

  3. karimul Islam Mars 13, 2013 à 2:36 sur #

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  4. Lisa est cru sur $10 un jour (ou moins!) Décembre 30, 2012 à 4:15 pm #

    Oh yeah, the chickpea fries … definitely going to try those! These all look fabulous!

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