Eggplant and Shrimp Curry | Healthy Green Kitchen

(Recipe from Burma: Rivers of Flavor.)

Lamb and Broccoli Stir Fry

(This was a deliciously simple lunch…I found the recipe in Tender: A Cook and His Vegetable Patch by Nigel Slater. You can also find it online here at the bottom of the page).

I’m participating in National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) which means I’m blogging every day of November, 2013!

In honor of “chili season” (that’s totally a “thing”, right?), I asked some of my blogging friends for their best chile recipes. I present these food bloggers’ favorite chili recipes to you here in all their glory! There is something for everyone here, I think: we’ve got vegetarian chilies, crockpot chilies, meaty chilies, beef-free (but not vegetarian) chilies, a chili or two that have no beans, and even a tomato-free chili. So rock on and make chili…have an excellent weekend!

Healthy Green Kitchen Chili Recipe Round Up

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I’m participating in National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) which means I’m blogging every day of November, 2013!

I’ve got a thing for creamy, custard-like sweets. The Italian dessert panna cotta is one of my favorites, so a recipe in this month’s Fine Cooking magazine, a Pumpkin Panna Cotta, caught my eye. The recipe from Fine Cooking features a sauce made with apples and apple cider but I decided to make the panna cotta without the sauce.

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I often make my panna cotta in jars because I think it looks pretty, and so I don’t have to worry about the whole un-molding business. You are, of course, welcome to make yours in ramekins and then un-mold them…whatever floats your boat! I found this pumpkin panna cotta to be plenty sweet without the sauce, but if you try it, I’d love to hear how it comes out.

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Brussels sprouts salad | Healthy Green Kitchen

(If you are interested in the recipe for this Brussels sprouts salad, you can find it here.)