I can’t believe it’s Friday again already! This week has just flown by. I’ve been very busy reading about all sorts of yummy food related things, and there seems to be a theme this week – chocolate. Chocolate seems to be on everyone’s mind and their blogs. Hmmm, perhaps it has something to do with that holiday coming up this weekend?
I’ll go along with the chocolate theme for this weeks Favorites Friday and make everyone happy by pushing the chocolate craze just a little further along.
If your looking for chocolate recipes then check out these posts:
Vegan Crunk revisits a memorable dessert from Millennium Restaurant in San Fransisco and tries her hand at recreating it. The results sound delicious. Check out the recipe for her take on the Chocolate Almond Midnight Torte.
Love Veggies and Yoga has several options for chocolate fans. There’s the delectable looking Vegan Fudge, the beautiful (they look like something done by a professional chocolatier) White Chocolate, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, and one of my all time favorites desserts – Chocolate Covered Strawberries.
I tried out Chocolate Covered Katie‘s 5-minute Chocolate Mousse recently. It turned out pretty tasty. (It must have been, I think we managed to gobble it all up before getting any pictures!) It was way richer than I thought it would be. I’m eager to try different brands of tofu as the base after reading that some are better for this kind of thing. I also thought it would make a decent raw-like icing for something too so I’ll be searching for a raw dessert, maybe with strawberries to try that out.
With all those delicious chocolate possibilities I only ask that you use only fair trade, slavery free chocolate. If you don’t already know about the the slavery issues related to chocolate, you can learn more about it here. Fair trade is the way to go!
Now, I’m going to be sacrilege and share something completely different for any other lemonphiles out there who would rather serve up a sweet-tart luscious lemon-filled delight.
What is a lemonphile?
lemon – a tart citrus fruit, usually yellow in color
phile – one who loves, likes or is attracted to
I hope those links will keep you busy and inspired to spend some time in the kitchen this weekend!
Coming soon to Rutabegas and Other Adventures:
- Sweet Potato Tacos with Chipotle Cream
- Chickpea and Sun-dried Tomato Stew
- Fennel and Grapefruit Salad
- Vegetarian Reubens and Why a Reuben is Special Enough for Valentine’s Day (I might even share the story of how I met my husband, it’s a good one!)
- A Cookbook Review – Vegan Brunch
- First Ever “Meet Your Food Monday”