Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Green Kitchen Stories


Is an amazing vegetarian food blog that I came across this morning while visiting my friend Elizabeth over at Pretty Pink Tulips.



David, Luise & their infant daughter Elsa are the sweet family behind this delicious and beautifully photographed blog packed with mouth watering, inventive vegetarian cuisine.
 



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There is this Crispy Red Cabbage Salad, a Danish classic with a Green Kitchen touch




 and Black Quinoa & Kale Salad.




Chestnut Spelt Bread
A dark, nutty and a little sweet tasting bread made with chestnut flour.




For breakfast try some
Winter Buckwheat Porridge


 (Truffles)


And for your sweet tooth...




Chili Choco Sweets




and

 Cinnamon & Chocolate Nuts!


So what are waiting for?
Head over and introduce yourself to David & Luise and start making some new and inventive Green Kitchen Stories of your own!


11 comments:

Hamptontoes said...

I'll have to check it out...especially since I eat no meat...cook it all the time for my family, but haven't hate meat/poultry in 19 years (never like it growing up!)

Hamptontoes said...

Oh, wow...lots of typos in the above! I haven't ate meat/poultry in 19 years (never liked it growing up!)

La Dolfina said...

Lisa~
No wonder you look so amazing!!!

Kathysue said...

I loooove fruit and veggies, but I must have meat once in awhile. The images are very tempting and I do agree it is a healthy way of life. I am just not ready to give up meat all together. I eat mostly poultry and fish though. Kathysue

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

These things look amazing!!!!

pretty pink tulips said...

Terri,
I love that you loved it, too! And, girl, you did them so much prouder than I did. I think I could go vegan for all of their yummies!

xo elizabeth

Blondie's Journal said...

This food looks so tempting the way it is styled and photographed! My daughter has been a vegan for the last few months...she might be able to find some recipes here. I am off to visit the link! Thanks, Terri!

XO,
Jane

Party Resources said...

I eat very little meat so this is fantastic! Thank you! xx

quintessence said...

Saw this over at PPT - we are hearty meat eaters but could certainly add some of these to our repertoire. And what gorgeous photos!!

lvroftiques said...

Oh my goodness those images are delish!! Thank you for sharing this. I'm always looking for new vegan recipes. Vanna

Cashon&Co said...

These are sone of the yummiest photos of food vie seen at a long time. It's making me hungry! Seriously.