Reader Requests.

In an effort to make The Jey of Cooking more interactive, I’d love to know what you’d like to see on the pages of this blog.  Do you have to bring something to a party and need a suggestion?  Is there something you’d like to make but don’t know where to start?  A recipe you’d like to see updated?  A technique you’d like to learn?

I’m always up for a challenge!  Let me know what you’d like to see and I’ll add it to the list!

– More recipes using tofu / How to use tofu as a meat substitute

– Gulab Jamun

– Quick and easy meals to whip up in a hurry

– Vegetarian cuisine

– Low fat football food

6 responses to “Reader Requests.

  1. Heather Edelman

    Hey Jey!!
    I would like it if you could make a vegetarian minestrone soup. I love your site and all of your great recipes. Much thanks in advance! Looking forward to seeing the great recipe.

  2. beverly johnston

    Hi Jey,
    I am new to this site but was attracted by my favorite–banana pudding. I eat and cook Gluten Free, so I would love to see regular desserts/baked items made Gluten Free (without wheat–flour, bread crumbs, anything with wheat protein, barley or rye). The banana pudding is mostly GF, since you used cornstarch instead of wheat flour. (GF vanilla wafer-type cookies can be purchased at a specialty store.) Thanks for your consideration. Beverly J.

    • Hi Beverly,

      I will definitely look into some gluten free baked goods for you. I’m glad that the banana pudding can be adapted to fit your needs, it sure is yummy!

  3. Jey,

    A friend forwarded your Mongolian Stir-Fry recipe. I’ll be trying it this weekend. I’m also looking forward to trying your Irish blondies. I don’t drink coffee, but I love coffee flavored things.

    I have a question and a request.

    First, is Jey your first name or your initals? It’s an unusual name and I’m always curious where they come from. (“Soha” are my initials and became a nickname at work.)

    My request is for some delicious vegetable dishes without onions. While not allergic to onions, they cause me great gastric distress. That’s one reason your tofu recipe appeals to me, since I can omit the green onion garnish. I’d like to eat more vegetables, but I need some creative way to cook them.

  4. Hi Soha,

    My first name is Jessica. As a Jessica born in the 80’s, I was always surrounded by other Jessicas. Most of them went by Jessie or Jess and, wanting to stand out from the crowd, I crowned myself as Jey.

    I’ll definitely be on the lookout for onion-less vegetarian dishes, although in many cases you could easily leave them out.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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