Hope everyone had a happy Passover/Easter/quiet weekend. And calling all hosts/hostesses!
Chez Harris is a bit of a busy place with DH and I both showing/selling our house and visiting potential houses nearby. Fingers crossed that everything works out beautifully for all those involved, and that our resident feline brigade handle the interruptions with grace.
Last week, I posted my Choco-Raspberry Yummies as part of April in the Raw. Though they’re not the most attractive, they make up for it in tastiness and wholesomeness. I’ve been making cookies from our freezer stash for our house visitors, made a mint version of my Chocolate Chestnut Fudge and will be making Chocolate Banana Bread as muffins…and I made Ricki’s Maple Flax cookies, too, with quinoa flakes. Delish!
This week’s theme is on borrowing inspiration, because I know I’m guilty of doing my own thing, rather than branching out, and I’ve read more than a few blog posts about drifting into boring menu plans. This week, I’m super inspired by Alta’s Simple Quinoa Pizza Crust and I’m very eager to give it a roll! Love to hear about the bloggers or books that are inspiring you these days, too.
Roasted rosemary chicken w/roasted veggies
Mahi mahi with steamed broccoli
And everyone else?
Wendy of Celiacs in the House was intrigued by Alta’s pizza recipe, too. She also mentions a white bean and tuna salad that sounds amazing! Like many bloggers, she’s off to the GF and Allergen Expo, and I’m sure we’ll hear more shortly.
Angela of Angela’s Kitchen will be a the GF and Allergen expo, and she’s all for getting inspired! Her honey kabobs sound tasty, as do the Sausage and Peppers from Carol of Simply Gluten-free.
Renee of Beyond Rice and Tofu is catching up on life this week, and so she wants to stick to the basics. She’s got a great black bean chili on the lineup, and will be looking at pressure cooker recipes. Hey, speaking of which, Wendy had a great pressure cooker article a few weeks ago…