Monday, October 03, 2011

YRR Scramble and Corn Chowder

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One of my favorite (and therefore dirtiest) cookbooks is Yellow Rose Recipes by Joanna Vaught (I love it so much I bought a second copy for when I ruin my first copy). I'd tell everyone to buy a copy, but it's out of print, so if you don't have it, I'm sorry. (But I noticed that her page says publishers interested in reprinting it should contact her, so if you're a publisher or know one . . .)


I generally make the VWAV scramble but I love that Joanna has a recipe for the spice mix that allows you to have spice mix ready and waiting when the scramble urge attacks. When I make the YRR scramble, I generally add some lemon and nooch (a la the VWAV scramble). I didn't do that this time and it was still pretty good, but I've learned I really have to have lemon and nooch. And shredded carrot.


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Here is the corn chowder from YRR which I love! I'm a New Englander, and a New Englander needs a chowder to love!


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9 comments:

Jackie Smith (the other one) said...

I love YRR, too! Have you tried her tamale pie? Word on the street is it's AMAZING!

Carrie said...

I'm another YRR fan! I haven't tried that corn chowder yet though..sounds like I need to put it on my list!

Andy Dufresne said...

That chowder looks fantastic!

Mandee said...

I don't have YRR but I love the look of that scramble!

Sarah said...

Jackie - no, I still have to try that! One of the things I miss about eating gluten is the mustard crusted seitan!

celine said...

I've never tried Joanna's corn chowder, but one of the many recipes I cannot stop making from the book is the Aloha bread. I usually inhale it in only one day.

vegan.in.brighton said...

Yum, your scramble looks great.

Kelly said...

Love,love,love Joanna's book. But I haven't tried that chowder yet. Looks amazing, that's going on my to make list.

Monique a.k.a. Mo said...

Holy crap. You just convinced me to make that chowder. Whoa.