Over time, however, I have reached the conclusion that once your bookmarked recipe list reaches a certain length, it is no longer worth trying to curtail it and you may as well save as many recipes as you like in the knowledge that you are never going to make them all, but you might just get to the one you save today (because who knows what one will want to make tomorrow, never mind next month?).
Besides, sometimes it's fun just looking at great dishes, even if you never plan to make them yourself.
With that stance in mind, combined with my own enjoyment of others' round up posts when they appear, here are some of the recipes that I have bookmarked since Vegan MoFo began. As always, I like to throw random photos into these sorts of posts, so this includes some previously unposted travel photos from last month...
|Lincoln, Lincolnshire - one of many beautiful buildings to be seen through many beautiful trees|
Savoury / main meals
Grenada jerk tofu with Grenada red beans and rice on Veganise This! - one of many truly wonderful international recipes that Mel has veganised this month (and see Mel's blog for some other Vegan MoFo round ups)
Lentil and eggplant chilli mole, with fresh corn and scallion cornbread, on Miscdebris - a timely post in light of my recent chocolate pasta experiment
|Chapel at Skipton Castle, Skipton, Yorkshire|
Popcorn crumbed pumpkin hash brown with apricot and beetroot relish on The Spade and Spoon - a very impressive dish that includes processed / crumbled popcorn in the hash browns
Roasted garlic, caramlized onion and fig pizza on The Vegan Road - figs on pizza now seem absolutely essential as something to try
|This vegetable garden had to be photographed...Helmsley, North Yorkshire|
Snacks / desserts
Molasses cookies on The Common or Garden Vegan - easy, spiced cookie balls, suitable to make with children
Pumpkin spice scrolls on Green Gourmet Giraffe - beautiful looking, and beautifully flavoured, scrolls
|Durham, and bits of Durham Castle and Cathedral, County Durham (also the town I lived in as an infant)|
Quinoa crackers with chocolate coconut coating on Fridge Scrapings - both components of this recipe sound wonderful and together they sound quite divine
Traditional Lancashire bonfire black peas on Chocolate and Beyond - reportedly to be eaten on Guy Fawkes Night (the 5th November), I think I'd be happy to eat these at any time
|Baddesley Clinton manor house, south of Birmingham|
Any favourite recipes you've bookmarked lately? And how good are you at making things you bookmark - I admit to a somewhat hit and miss track record!
Vegan Month of Food contributions for October 2012.