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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Hearth and Soul Hop #21- Link Love!!

Hearth and Soul Hop Link Love
There are so many great links this week at the Hearth and Soul Hop #21 -  I had a hard time picking just a few to highlight. This is just the tip of the "wonderful posts" iceberg!  I also realize that not everyone can visit them all so I am highlighting a few that stood out to me.

But first have you heard the News?? The Hearth and Soul Hop has its own newspaper and you can sign up to get the link via email - its is a great way to see more about the wonderful blogs and posts that link up! You can share the link with anyone you would like!

Louanne of Louanne's Kitchen intended to make cauliflower mashed potatoes but was INSPIRED to make this delicious Curried Coconut Cauliflower Soup instead.

Katie at Mexican Wildflower is cooking her way through the Little House Books and this is one of my favorites. Katie made Little House Pancakes, delicious, nutritious pancakes and she uses kefir to soak the whole wheat flour - isn't that wonderful?!

Are you getting just a little tired of recipes containing pumpkin? You will love this poem written by Cook of the House at It's a Food Life - plus she shares this delicious side dish Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Puree with orange and thyme - just in case you want to make one more!

Melodie at Breastfeeding Moms Unite wrote a very interesting and informative post on how to be Vegan and not eat soy or vegetable oils. She is a vegetarian who is a long time vegetarian who’s into real food, holistic nutrition, and healthy living. This is important information for any vegan or someone considering it to know. 
A political poster on veganism from

Tanvi at Sinfully Spicy is eating up foods she already has in order to not waste. I love what she comes up with this time - Chicken Koftke - Chicken Balls in Yogurt Gravy.

Thanks for all the continued support of the Hearth and Soul Hop - it is such a privilege to be a part of it and to get to "know" all the great bloggers who link up!

And finally - did you know I cohost a new Hop? The Tackling Bittman Recipe Hop? It isn't too late to link up a post featuring a Mark Bittman recipe!


  1. Thanks Christy.Its great to know you liked my post!Really appreciate it :)

  2. Thank you so much Christy for the shout out! I guess I should clarify that I'm not mostly vegan anymore. I like to eat vegan dishes once in awhile (they're just as easy as anything else), but I definitely eat my share of eggs, dairy and honey. I;m just a plain, old, run-of-the-mill vegetarian now. But I hope that post can be helpful to any vegans out there who read it or anyone who wants to be vegan but wants to make sure to do it "right." Thanks again!

  3. Thanks Christy! Just for the record, I could probably be talked into one more pumpkin dish. lol

  4. Tanvi - you are welcome!

    Melodie= I am going to "fix" where I call you an almost vegan - and thanks again for a great post!

    Cook of the House - I can be talked into another again too!

  5. Hey Christy! Good idea to put the Hearth and Soul Daily newspaper link up here! I will also do that on my blog! I am also looking into creating a twitter list for the group which would be wonderful for all the participants! Happy weekend. Love ya! Alex

  6. Christy! Thank you for the link love! It made my evening!

  7. Louanne =-] I am so glad I made your night!

  8. Yumm...they all look delicious and healthy. I love mashed cauliflower...

    Blessings & Aloha!
    Catching usual..with blog reading. Thank you for stopping by!

  9. Christy, thank you for mentioning my recipe! It was a big surprise!

  10. I made Louanne's soup this weekend and it was a BIG hit!! I have to try some of the other recipes very soon!

    Christy, I am so glad to have connected with you. Even though many of us have slight variations with our way of healthy eating, I always come away with some new bit of knowledge and usually with some new delicious food to try!