nie nie, i need to THANK you. Because of your wonderful recipe, Whole Wheat Spaghetti with Garlic, Zucchini and Tomato, my kids (for the first time in MONTHS!) ate something I made for dinner. Thank you, thank you AND thank you. Oh, and keep those wonderful recipes coming!!
Hooray for more Nie Nie recipes. Can you come play/swim/eat this week?
jordan,how about next week? this week is nuts. i really want to come.carrie,that makes me really happy for you.
Is Claire starting kindergarten soon? Did she already start? Have I told you that I think you're awesome?
I`m always looking for some vegetarian recipes!and I have to say that I love looove you blog :)))thnak you so much for posting those great recipes...best wishes from germany
can't wait. in the meantime i tried your oatmeal. deeeelish. so hearty and even good in the middle of summer. bless your recipes.
Hi! I stumbled across your blog a couple weeks ago and have really enjoyed your recipes. We're meat-eaters but I'm trying to include more vegetarian and vegan dishes in our diet. Thanks a bunch from down South!
Your recipes look so deelish. I am always looking for something new to try, can't wait to try these!Amanda in SLC
My excitement is unmatched. I just printed off all of your June recipes. Your plethora of zucchini recipies will allow me to use up MY plethora of zucchini. And maybe get my hub to eat more ww.match made in heaaaaven.
Dear all,I think I am starting her back up in September!
Nienie-I am a good friend of Adachef, we went to Culinary school together and a fan of all of your work. Anyway, I am very curious if you have any meatless recipies that are toddler friendly? I am starting work at a daycare next week and have a child who is a vegetarian. The alternative the care center wants to use is Tofu, so I am turning to you for adivce. Anyway, I would love for some ideas! Thank you!-Michael
Hey--I just found your blog through my friend's blog--totally random. I actually think I may have been here before. I meant to post on your other blog--but I see you have disabled comments. Anyhoodles, I'm the painting mom that met you outside of Claire's class. Just thought I'd say hello.
Stephanie! It's Lynley Stimpson (Johnson). I have to say I love your blog and recipes! I check it everyday!
can't wait to see some more recipes! (my husband is a friend of your sister courtney and used to work with your brother steve at sportshoes.) we are vegetarian in our house as well and i started a blog with a few of my fellow vegetarian friends to share recipes that we had tried and loved. feel free to check it out!http://vegetarianation.blogspot.com/we've only had it going for about a month, so it's a work in progress!
cannot wait. you are so good.
You have been missed- I want some of the recipes from your farewell to summer dinner!
I like your new look. Very spooky header!
on your nienie dialogues that is.
are you sure?! love your blog, love your vegetarian recipes! looking forward to more.
Could you post your favorite pumpkin recipe? Please?
Could you post the recipes for Claire's bday party menu? That looked so deeelish.I love your blog and read everyday and will keep reading, even if you don't post the recipes. :)emily.
hey nie nie!! can´t wait for new recipes... greets from germany ;)
are you going to post the recipe for that avocado pizza you served for your daughter's birthday? sounds YUMMY!
i know! I am so lazy!
Hi Nie - I've been eating oatmeal lately but haven't tried steel-cut yet; just been using regular rolled. Will steel-cut work with your "recipe" you have here; 2-4 oatmeal where you boil the water & the let sit covered for 15 minutes? Does that work with the steel cut oats or do they need to cook longer - thanks & I love your Valentine's decorations! Makes me really long for a mantel. *sigh* they're not as easy to come by here in AZ :) Have a great week!Oh and PS, I would love to know what your kids snack on as I can tell you have mostly very healthy, unprocessed food in your household... I try but I do find myself gravitating towards convenience too often...
You keep tempting us with tales of sockeye salmon and such. Will you be sharing these recipes?????You know what, I think that you should make a cookbook like they make in just about every relief society I've been to. That would be yummy!!
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Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!
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