View Full Version : Carmella UNcooked A Feast -see for yourself
02-03-2007, 10:51 PM
Here ye, here ye, Carmella has been working hard posting pictures and recipes of her creations acknowledging authors. She even fills you in on the family too. Check it out with your own eyes and see how super right I am. Here's the link for her blog:
Carmella the secret is now out. I'm bragging on ya girlfriend. Thanks for sharing.
02-03-2007, 11:04 PM
Woooooooooooooooooooooooooow. That's all I got to say :eek:
02-03-2007, 11:27 PM
I was there this morning...it's all so lovely!
02-04-2007, 01:24 AM
I've beens stalking her blog too!
I've been stalking her blog too!
Me too! Isn't it wonderful! Thank goodness for that subscribing service. I get an email every times there's a new entry. Thank you Carmella for all of your hard work and thanks to everyone who contributed/contributes their fabulous recipes!
02-04-2007, 09:05 AM
Oooh it all looks so yummy! Especially the pesto pizza... *drool*
Wow! That is a lot of hard work and what lovely results! I am so glad you posted this. I went shopping at our local organic farm and picked up some burdock root for my sister, grabbed a piece for myself but had no idea what I would do with it. on Carmellas site I found a raw recipe for veggie burgers with burdock root yay!!
02-04-2007, 09:30 AM
Carmella must be sleeping through all our excitment here and to think "she kept it a secret." Yikes. Glad we caught ya Carmella. Yes, lots of hard work is evident--you're a blessing to us hun! To bad we were not invited to the feast. Anyone live near you from the "family" here? I bet they would feel "left" out seeing the feast. Wow, wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now where's Fairy?
02-04-2007, 10:01 AM
I love reading her blog. It is such a gift that she takes time to share all of this with us! Thanks Carmella.
02-04-2007, 12:40 PM
Oh my! You guys! I don't know what to say! :o
carolg was right! There I was, lingering in bed, not knowing what you guys were up to...
Thank you all soooooooooo much! You make my heart want to burst!
Just last night, Don and I were talking about how I needed to rest a little after all this work... LOL I've been having a blast, though, and it feels so good to pass along what I'm learning along my raw journey. The key here is that I'm doing what I love to do. It is a plus (and a blessing!!!) that others are enjoying it too!
Oh, and carolg, ya sweet thing! Thanks for spreading the 'secret'! he he ... I didn't mean to keep you guys out of the loop! ;)
BTW, Fairygirl is now gone on her adventure to Fiji and Australia.I know, I know... I'll miss her too! Before she went though, I got the privilege to interview her and she shared with me some truly awesome stuff about her own raw journey and creative process. I can't wait to share it with you all! I just need a breather first.
Oh, and anyone is always welcome to drop by for a little uncooking! Just make sure you have a 4x4 (and a good map!) LOL :D
02-04-2007, 04:11 PM
Glad you took Don's wisdom to rest. We will patiently wait for the next "burst of energy" as we sneak over to the blog. Glad to share the "secret" with all here and glad you are here to keep us updated on Fairy, you and the rest of the family. You rawk girl!!!!!!!!!!! Well, 4x4 probably and a map...yikes...maybe one of these days you will be surprised! I look at mac prices too. They are outrageous here. Maybe cashews are going to take their place. Vegetable prices have gone off the cuff since the cold has hit our farmers sadly. I think I'm going to start growing my herbs indoors since we are still in winter here. I tried my compost soil and it was a flop indoors.
Off to nursery to buy their soil to try again. While there I may start my own seedlings for the tomatoes, cukes, squash and other plants that I may buy and last year was $75 worth. This year I'm trying to grow as much as my own from seedlings.
I love gardening especially when I can have it readily available too.
02-04-2007, 06:16 PM
I've often meant to ask you: where do you live?
Oh about macs, you can totally use cashews instead. They are outrageously expensive here too. I only use them because I'm allergic to cashews so it helps to cut with macs (I use, say, 1/4 cup macs to 3/4 cup cashews.)
Hey, we're having Russell's lasagna for supper! Yay! Will give you my feedbacks on your lasagna thread. I also tweaked it a little (couldn't help it! he he) so will tell you all about that as well.
OK...Don is serving the soup right now!
Off to enjoy tonite's feast!
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