three’s a company

Tonight, our neighbor came over for dinner, and knowing he is a vegetarian, I wanted to make sure I cooked something substantial for the dinner. Naturally I turned to Chloe Coscarelli. 

I ended up choosing the Harvest-Stuffed Portobella Mushrooms (the stuffing included brown rice, cashews, and caramelized onions) with a side of Maple-roasted Brussels sprouts, ciabatta baguette crostinis and a light spring mix salad with goat cheese.

R brought over iced tea lemonade, absolutely delicious cumin flavored potatoes and some fruit. I have to say, everything turned out delicious.

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Portabella tower of pisa

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yep, those are cashews!

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cumin potatoes..yum

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For dessert, I made a quick rustic peach galette.

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and forgot to post the finish, so all you get are crumbs

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Dinner party conversation covered Indian history, Hinduism, Haryana state and the J-1 visas. I am really glad to have such friendly and open neighbors like R. I hope we’re this lucky wherever we end up next!

*All the recipes you can find her Chloe’s website

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. jsk says:

    i think this is the best food item i’ve seen on your blog!
    LOVE cashews on savories, makes it act like vegan cheese

    and that tower of mushrooms is delightfully absurd

    1. aventuramare says:

      Yeah stacking the mushrooms was my favorite part in cooking heh

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