What’s to come?

Suggestions:

  • Fiddleheads – suggested by my friend Audrey DONE
  • “You should give it okra a try. It’s used a lot in Cajun foods – in gumbo or fried and served as a side dish.” – suggested by Elizabeth DONE
  • White eggplants – suggested by my friend Justine. Recipe here
  • Gulab Jamun – suggested by my cousin Justina. May try this at Annapura DONE
  • “Whitefish salad! My favorite jewish shmear. Zaftigs in Brookline does a decent one, but Bagel Rising in Allston actually makes my favorite.” – suggested by Andrew
  • Korean – suggested by my sister Jen
  • Apriums – suggested by my friend Matt DONE
  • Toasted Figs – suggested by Christina at Bon Appetit Beantown
  • Arancini – suggested by Christina at Bon Appetit Beantown
  • Mujadara – suggested by Christina at Bon Appetit Beantown
  • Zatar bread – suggested by Christina at Bon Appetit Beantown
  • Black eyed peas – – suggested by my coworker, Jackie
  • Collard Greens – suggested by my coworker, Jackie DONE
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2 Responses to “What’s to come?”

  1. Elizabeth February 9, 2011 at 11:32 pm #

    Hey Kim – love your blog! What a great idea. Saw that you plan to try black eyed peas and collard greens (good old Southern food!) and it made me think about okra. If you are looking for another veg to add to your list, you should give it a try. It’s used a lot in Cajun foods – in gumbo or fried and served as a side dish.

  2. Jackie May 31, 2011 at 8:42 pm #

    Hi…ok, so you told me about this 5 months ago, but after I suggested black eyed peas, I totally forgot. I was just browsing through your categories. How about for condiments veganaise and for grains wheatberries? Also, i think the 13 bean soup mix would have a couple of beans you haven’t tried yet!

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