100 Posts at Kitchen Operas — A Celebration!

Woooo!  A celebration is in order!  Yesterday’s Red Quinoa Salad was my 100th blog post on Kitchen Operas!  It’s been such fun for me to start this blog, and here’s to many hundreds more!!!

I would love to say a huge thank you to all of you who read, subscribe to, and comment on the blog!  Your feedback is always appreciated, and I adore the fact that I am always more inspired to make a fresh meal when I know I can share it with you all!

My statistics counter tells me about the most popular recipes on the blog to date… and they are (drumroll, please):

  1. Thai Red Curry Quinoa — one of my staple dishes, a veggie-laden tofu & quinoa curry with Thai red curry sauce.  Mmm.
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  3. Carrot Koshambri — ohhh yum, this is a refreshing carrot salad with lime & Indian spices.  I could eat this every day.
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  5. Kale & Lentil Dal — a simple and satisfying red lentil dal, with lots of garlic & Indian spices
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  7. Quinoa & Flax Seed Gluten-Free Bread — it’s a gluten-free quick bread.  No rise time.  Just mix & bake.  And eat.
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  9. Roasted Golden Beet Borscht with Collard Greens — it’s borscht.  It’s yellow.  There’s dill.  Oh yeah.
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  11. Magenta Beet & Lentil Salad — Beets!  Lentils!  Hot pink!  Garlic!  Veggie-extravaganza!
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  13. Miso Soup with Soba Noodles & Greens — a perfect meal for when you have no time to make dinner but still want something satsifying.  Rich, umami flavours from the miso & mushrooms, along with energy from the soba noodles and a great excuse for greens!
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  15. Chickpea Flour Pancakes with Chickpea & Mushroom Curry — delicious, quick.  Anything pancake-like makes me happy, and this savoury flatbread made with chickpea flour is oh-so-good with the quickest chickpea curry ever.
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  17. Gluten-Free Quinoa Veggie Burgers — What a great texture!  I love these veggie burgers, and have just finished my batch in the freezer.  Time to whip up some more!  This recipe is super-adaptable… throw in the veggies & spices you like.
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  19. Gluten-Free Pita & Mezze — I adore Middle Eastern food, and this gluten-free pita meant I could share it with my gluten-free friends.  Throw some Baked Falafel and veggies in there, and you’re good to go.  Mmm.
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Do you have a favourite Kitchen Operas recipe?  What has been a hit in your kitchen?  And what would you like to see in the next 100 recipes?!?

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Categories: Gluten-Free, Main Course, Salad, Side Dish, Snack, Soup, Vegan, Vegetarian

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5 Comments on “100 Posts at Kitchen Operas — A Celebration!”

  1. Bev Lins
    July 24, 2010 at 10:28 am #

    All I know is that I want to come stay with you and eat all of the dishes pictured. What a great website you have!

  2. July 24, 2010 at 12:25 pm #

    yay for 100 fabulous posts! Love your blog! I have 2 faves: the sourdough pancakes and the carrot kosambri, which I make regularly. The other recipes are starting points for lots of my recipes. Hugs, Louise

  3. July 24, 2010 at 1:44 pm #

    Those are two of my faves, too, Louise! Thanks for all your inspiration along the way so far!

    Ms Lins — mmm, you’re welcome any time. I think between the two of us we could whip up quite a feast!!

  4. fran
    July 26, 2010 at 12:14 am #

    I enjoy the thought of making everything you so beautifully photograph..and I make some…
    such a treat getting all of these inspirational ideas of new ingredients and tastes..

    Please keep it up for at least a hundred more!

    Fran

  5. Caitlin
    July 26, 2010 at 3:39 pm #

    Yay for 100 posts! All your recipes look so amazing. I plan on making very, very many of them.

    So far, I have tried your garlic scape pesto (yum!), which I then used on the mushroom wonton ravioli recipe, which is to die for. Seriously so good. I made more ravioli the other day, and used a basic pasta sauce since I was out of pesto, and it was great! Love the lemony goat cheese and pinenuts (my substitution for the lemony cream cheese and walnuts!) Just a totally wonderful meal. Great with a side of kale!

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