From Gastroposter Rachel Rawson, via Instagram:Ooey gooey nachos! Shredded mozzarella and cheddar, onions, guacamole, fresh garden salsa and sour cream
From Gastroposter Angelie Sood, via Instagram:This freak snow day calls for something to heat you up from the inside…. vegetarian chilli with 3 beans, corn and as many other veggies as I could find. My heart melts for cheese so I added that on top along with some Greek yogurt. Super delish and the added bonus of being a one pot meal.
Peanut butter & banana toast (on sprouted grain bread) topped with a sprinkle of brown sugar, chopped dark chocolate chips, and chopped almonds - lightly broiled until chocolate chips melted and bananas became golden.
From Gastroposter Robyn MacDonald:I have warm, summer memories of completing my first few Gastropost Missions almost two years ago, and when my thoughts to turn summer treats, that means only one thing to me: S’MORES! For your birthday, I made you toasted marshmallow ice cream with a milk chocolate fudge swirl and graham cracker crust crumbles. S’mores Mission complete!
From Gastroposter Fouad Makadsi Yousif:What a wonderful journey it has been with the past 100 missions. Each weekly mission has sparked ideas, motivated me to cook and challenged me to create new dishes. For this special mission, I pick the theme “colours”. Creating colourful dishes has been the inspiration behind every single mission I attempted. Spring is here and what a better way to celebrate it than cooking a fresh, healthy, and colourful plate. This dish is baked lamb leg and dates. The lamb was rubbed with red wine, tomato paste, cumin, dried tomato and garlic; it was served over a bed of quinoa cooked in red wine.
From Gastroposter Lisa Turner:As a vegetarian for over 20 years, I would like to challenge gastroposters to come up with a vegetarian or vegan dish that would wow even the staunchest carnivores. Take your inspiration from cultures with a rich vegetarian heritage or come up with your own meatless twist on an old favorite. The possibilities are as endless as the imagination of the cook. To inspire fellow Gastroposters, I offer up Jerk Chickpeas. Chickpeas are substituted for the chicken, though I remained rather faithful to the seasoning commonly featured in the traditional Jamaican dish. The entree tickles the palate with a mirage of sensations: hot, sweet, sour, tangy and zesty. Served up with homemade sweet potato rotis, this makes for one satisfying and filling meal. The meat won’t be missed.