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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A Guest Post, and Vegetarian



Aparna of The Diverse Kitchen had asked me to do a guest post for her blog last month, but as I was so busy I initiated to send my slot for the month of August instead. Absolutely pleased that I had enough time to think about what kind of vegetarian food I would be posting (by the way, it is my very first vegetarian post so I need to get it right, don't I?). Finally settled with the idea of making the best out of sweet potatoes, rum and honey. It is simple and easy for all baked pudding lovers to follow...



So without any delay, do visit The Diverse Kitchen! And happy baking :-)

15 comments:

  1. Looks funtastic!! Beautiful!

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  2. A beautiful guest post! A great cake. Yummy!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  3. It looks terrific, so I'll head over and check out the recipe.
    Mimi

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  4. Saw your post on Aparna's blog! Lovely. As I said there, you are a wonder at presentation!!

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  5. Will have to check out the recipe. Sounds interesting!

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  6. pretty picture, no doubt :) and i love the old time tea pot, so antique.

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  7. I haven't heard of sweet potato, rum and honey combination before this. But it looks very interesting, gorgeous pictures :) Will look at your guest post :)

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  8. Lovely guest post! I going over to Diverse Kitchen now.

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  9. off to see the recipe! This looks fantastic!

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  10. Looks great, Kris! And I eat vegetarian much of the time, so I definitely appreciate your foray into that area of cooking/baking :).

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  11. It looks great. I've never baked with sweet potatoes - so this is interesting for me! Thanks

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  12. This looks great! I will be checking out the recipe soon. I'm new here and so glad to find your blog!

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  13. Thank you so much, Kris for being a guest on my blog. And for the lovely pudding and beautiful pictures too.
    I'm happy that I turned you vegetarian for a short while. :D

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  14. Oh wow this looks absolutely delicious! And what a unique way to make sweet potatoes more delicious! For all you vegetarians out there, if you're in a hurry, check out Tasty Bite. We're a ready-made, all natural, preservative-free brand with ethnic dishes that can spice up any meal. Check out our website for more information and recipes: www.tastybite.com. Happy eating!

    Maxine - Tasty Bite

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