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Buddha’s Delight

October 5, 2006

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  1. October 5, 2006 9:33 am

    Looks great! I have bloglines now so I will be able to kep up better and visit more often! YAY!

  2. October 5, 2006 10:53 am

    That looks really yummy! I will have to check out that book! I got another book of hers out of the library (Vegetarian Family Cookbook) and thought it was fun.

    I *love* Chinese food, but I don’t like thinking about all of the crap they must put in it in the restaurants…I would love to make my own and have it taste halfway decent.

  3. October 5, 2006 7:26 pm

    That looks great – looks similar to what I get at the place down the street. I’ve been thinking about getting that book.

  4. October 6, 2006 1:14 am

    Looks great and much healthier than the dishes I order when we go out!!!

  5. October 6, 2006 11:02 am

    That does look really tasty- I haven’t had Chinese food in a while! I’m sorry my comments don’t come through… I wonder why? Maybe because I don’t enter my email address? I’ll try entering it this time and see if it makes a difference. Have a great weekend!

  6. October 6, 2006 1:09 pm

    Nikki, I know what you mean about ordering Chinese Food out. I’m always leary of what ingredients might be used. Rob said this tasted good the next day too. One of his co-workers even commented that his lunch smelled good. It’s an easy recipe to make and you’ll spend most of your time chopping veggies. We split the chopping duties. I liked it so much that I’m probably going to make it again next week.

    Nikki and Midwest Vegan, Nava Atlas is having her book sale again. Order any book from her book sale and get a free copy of Vegetariana. Here’s the LINK.

    Bazu, oh you don’t have to apologize, it’s my goofy settings fault probably. I’m sorry it kept holding your comments. Looks like it went right through this time. Yeah 😀

  7. October 7, 2006 11:31 am

    My local Chinese restaurant does Buddha’s delight and I often order it as a takeaway. He does his differently with lots of mushroooms including straw mushrooms, mixed with bok choy and other veggies with noodles not rice.

  8. October 8, 2006 2:08 am

    That’s a knockout photo of a spectacular dish, Emmy. Buddha never had it so good… well, maybe he did! Lucky for him. And lucky for Rob and you to enjoy such tasty vittles. YUMMY! By the way, i *heart* baby corn. I could eat those day and night, night and day. Something about their size coupled with great taste… i kind of have a soft spot for mandarin oranges (canned, ugh, i know!!) in a similar vein…

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