It’s National Vegetarian Week here in the UK, so this week at Hearth and Soul the Focus is on Plants – plant to eat, decorate and garden with. Welcome to the party!
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I’m busily working on the Vintage Recipes Mini E-Book which will be free to subscribers very soon. I’m also preparing for a mini redesign in early summer, just to freshen things up at bit here on the blog.
We are heading into a busy travel season as well and I’ll be excited to share my adventures with you. We are starting with a weekend break to Edinburgh. It’s my first visit to Scotland and I’m very excited. If you’ve been to Edinburgh and have any tips or can’t miss places to visit, please let me know in the comments!
This Week on The Blog
In celebration of National Vegetarian Week, I’m sharing a 3 day vegetarian meal plan.
Although I’m far from vegetarian, my family and I consider ourselves Occasional Vegetarians, and these dishes are some of our favourites. I hope my 3 Day Meal Plan for National Vegetarian Week and Beyond will inspire you to experiment with vegetarian cookery as well. Enjoying meat free meals on a frequent basis benefits our health, our budget and our planet!
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Focus on Plants Features
Focus on Plants features include (from top left, clockwise):-
A cheese made from nuts? I was fascinated by this recipe for Vegan Cashew Ricotta from Helen of 3 Winks Design
Don’t miss the gorgeous garden photographs from Pat of Mille Fiori Favoriti in The Flowering Crabapple Capital of Colorado
Pam from Busy Lifestyle Gal shares The Secret to Planting a Great Hanging Basket
and if you are looking for an innovative way to decorate spring cakes, Robin of Fluster Buster has a recipe for Candied Carrots I just can’t wait to try.
Here we go!
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