April 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – Green Leafy Vegetables

Dear Beautiful People, here is the fantastic and fantastically healthy April line-up of recipes by the tireless Esme The Recipe Hunter – enjoy!

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TRH Leafy Greens
April 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – Green leafy vegetables 

thank youto all our participants who shared their most awesome and wonderful Green leafy vegetables recipes with us.

Without further ado, I present you with our April 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – Green leafy vegetables 

All participants, have time from now up untill midnight April 20th, to Promote and do a post/reblog on your own blog, linking back to this post with a pingback.  Thank you!

Posted in order of emails received:

Spinach & Cottage Cheese pops courtesy of Lin’s RecipesTRH Spinach & Cottage Cheese pops

Palak/ Spinach chapathi/ roti  courtesy of cookwithsmileblog
This is one variety of chapathi packed with nutrients of spinach.TRH Palak Spinach chapathi rotiMethi leaves/ fenugreek leaves stir fry courtesy of cookwithsmileblog
This is an easy and simple stir fry. Methi leaves are known for its nutritional value. It’s rich in vitamins, proteins, calcium. Hope you all try this.😃TRH Methi leaves fenugreek leaves stir frPalak panner/ Cottage cheese in spinach gravy courtesy of cookwithsmileblog

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35 Comments Add yours

  1. [ Smiles ] You can’t go wrong with green leafy vegetables!

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    1. But you can go right in so many different delicious ways!

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  2. Thank you my dear – you’re an awesome bloggers friend. Just love all your entries. Next month will be something different – bookmark May 1st.

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    1. My pleasure! I am already excited: what is your fertile mind coming up with this time?! Anticipation is part of pleasure, you know…

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      1. This was a hard one even for me to work out, but you will have to wait for 1 May

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      2. I’ll wait, what can I do!

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      3. The D day is shortly

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      4. Cats are curious, but they also have boundless patience…

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  3. So cool and green leafy vegetables are so good to eat for a healthy being. Great pictures.

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    1. Thank you, dear Kamal, but the credit goes to Esme the Recipe Hunter who collects those amazing recipes.

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      1. Hmm must be. Welcome.

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  4. Danielle says:

    Yummy ideas! xx

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    1. Thank you, dear Danielle, but the credit goes to Esme The Recipe Hunter who collects those amazing recipes!

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  5. calmkate says:

    Yum, what a delicious collection … now I’m salivating, must be time to cook supper.

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    1. Thank you, but the credit belongs to Esme The Recipe Hunter who collects those amazing recipes!

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      1. calmkate says:

        So is Esme another blogger?

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      2. Yes, and she runs those programs that share and recipes and popularize other bloggers. There is quite a community around her, and I am proud to be a part of it.

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      3. calmkate says:

        Sounds great, I have not heard of this before but that is certainly my intention with my “Meet the Bloggers” blog … but for a much broader range.
        As you are the only cooking blog I follow you would be featured among many other types of bloggers. Specialising is probably more efficient but mine reflects my eclectic taste.

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      4. To each her own! I love the versatility of your blog, and I appreciate the honor of being the only food blog you follow – wow!

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      5. calmkate says:

        Well Passover has passed over, so waiting for your interview? Just when you have time, thanks

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      6. Passover ended late Tuesday night, and I spent yesterday and today remodeling the house from Passover to normal and cooking some non-Passover food for Shabbos. I’ll do it, G-d willing, on Sunday.
        Also, I don’t think many people realize that we do not use any electronic devices on holidays, so after two last days of Passover (Monday and Tuesday), I have more e-mails than I know what to do with, plus the end of the semester – I am giving a final exam tomorrow and will have 34 papers to grade.
        Not complaining, just trying to explain the delay!

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      7. calmkate says:

        Had no idea you were teaching, what? Sounds like a busy but very meaningful life … no rush. Better you take your time and write it up exactly as you wish. Having the electronic blackout is a great idea but overwhelming as you say once you reconnect! I get it, thanks.

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      8. Thank you for understanding! I teach Psychology of Education, a college course mandatory in Florida for Teacher Certification. It’s not only an electronic blackout; there 37 kinds of work we are not allowed to do. We don’t work, we don’t drive, we don’t write, we don’t carry money, etc. We are fully and completely within the holiness of a holiday.

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      9. calmkate says:

        What an amazing opportunity to go within! Maybe you could include more about that in a post? I’m sure many would be interested to hear about your culture.
        Your job would be pretty full on! Does make me wonder how you make the time and energy to blog …keep up the good work. Or maybe you could include some of this in our interview? Or just write a novel, lol

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      10. I am actually retired, but I can’t stay away from teaching, so I teach part time. As to a novel, I’d rather write a cook book; in fact, I already finished a first draft. I am waiting for between-semesters break to figure out how to format the manuscript. I am technologically challenged, i.e. I am the dummy for whom all the “this and that for Dummies” books are written!

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      11. calmkate says:

        Well your blog fooled me, its super tech smart … I’m guessing you are humble. Part time to keep your hand in is an ideal way to keep the grey matter working!

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      12. Super tech smart? You’ve got to be kidding! I did the WordPress course “For Dummies” (they don’t call it that, of course!), when I first started, and I am sure that I still don’t know how to operate most of the features of the platform.

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    1. Thank you, but the credit goes to Esme The Recipe Hunter who collects these amazing recipes!

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  6. Congratulations on your followers ☺🎂

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Myra! Come on in and join the party – what would you like me to reblog for you: something with ginger, something with eggs, something African-like?

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  7. Thx! It looks very healthy! Great! Have a nice sunny weekend, but in FL no problem, i think. 😉 Michael

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    1. Thank you, Michael! You too have a great weekend, possibly sunny!

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