14 March 2016

Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (14 March 2016)



What a great week I've had. It didn't start well as we had a burst pipe and had to move to a hotel Sunday night as we had no heat or water, but it was all fixed by Monday morning and not as pricey as we thought.

Cooper had a fashion show at school where he had to dress up in his fanciest duds. He assures me he was the smartest boy there. What can I say?



On Wednesday I headed down to Wales for a visit to Abergavenny with my friend Kevin (The Crafty Larder). We were lucky enough to stay at The Hardwich (Chef Stephen Terry's hotel or restaurant and rooms as he likes to call it). We were down to learn the history of Colliers Welsh Cheddar and to visit the Big Pit as well as having a masterclass with Stephen. We had a blast.

It's a new week and time for another 7 droolworthy recipes to inspire you for the week ahead. Thanks as always to everyone who contributed.  Such wonderful recipes. As ever I can only feature seven but you'll fins some more bonus recipes below.







MONDAY


The Baking Explorer





TUESDAY


Tinned Tomatoes






WEDNESDAY


Wheat-Free Meat-Free





THURSDAY


Toaster Oven Love





FRIDAY


Tin and Thyme






SATURDAY


The Taste Space





SUNDAY







BONUS RECIPES:

Mushroom Masala - Rachna's Kitchen
Vegan Smoked Tofu Vish Pie - Allotment 2 Kitchen
Garden Cottage Pie - Tinned Tomatoes

16 comments:

  1. We had pipes burst at our house a few weeks ago. I'm glad yours wasn't that bad.
    Your pictures are beautiful!

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    1. Oh dear, yes we were lucky. I hope yours got sorted out too and wasn't too costly Mary Ellen.

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  2. Hi Jacqueline, thanks for hosting, this is my first time linking up. :)

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    1. Well thanks for joining in Lauren. I always love to see all the new ideas and share them with my readers.

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  3. It all looks so good! We got our first asparagus this week as well. And yesterday I had the most amazing raw kale salad with blueberries, thinly sliced radishes, and a bit of feta cheese with a pickled red onion garnish - not a combo I thought would go over well, but it was pretty amazing with the sweet vinaigrette! I felt like I'd just eaten a spring tonic.

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    1. Yes I bet, it's great getting all the new seasonal produce. I love asparagus, but unfortunately I am the only one who does in this house.

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  4. I must be in a pastry mood, I love that lattice pie and the asparagus galette. Hope you're not still in too much chaos after your leak!

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    1. It's all sorted and back to normal thanks Sarah :)

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  5. What pretty photos! Sounds like a fun trip too!

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  6. Glad the week ended well after all the leaky trauma. Welsh cheddar is a new one on me. There's a fine selection of meals here as always. Thanks for featuring my galette.

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    1. That's ok Choclette. Do look out for the cheddar. I've noticed Home Bargains has started selling it. Don't know if you have one.

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  7. The trip to Wales sounds lovely! Glad the water issues got sorted out quickly. Haven't joined in for ages but glad to be back!

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  8. Wow, sorry to hear about your burst pipe but at least it wasn't as bad as you feared. A lot of my friends had that problem this winter when it got really cold. I hope things will be warming up for spring soon, though. :)

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  9. Sorry to hear about the burst pipe xx
    Hopefully as Spring is start to Spring things will warm up .

    My boiler is making strange noises and I have given it a firm warning

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