Chilled soup and salads are what my stomach wants as the temperature rises. Some days are so hot it seems that they only way to cool down is from the inside out.
It's taken me years to get Cheryl to accept soup and bread or a large dinner salad as a whole meal. I have a whole bag of salad tricks … [Go to Full Post...]
Vegan Finger Foods by Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes is my latest favorite. It's cocktail party season in my world and I'm always looking for easy and fun recipes that can translate into a mini three course meal. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to enter and win a copy of your … [Go to Full Post...]
The next time you get a craving for a Thai red curry make this unbelievably easy recipe in less time then it would take to drive to your favorite Thai restaurant.
All you need is a can of coconut milk, Thai red curry paste, some fresh or frozen veggies and some tofu. Really, you don’t even need … [Go to Full Post...]
This year I'm going to a few new-to-me blog conferences to let some new ideas soak in and to make a few friends.
There's a great speaker line up including my friend and mentor, Monica Bhide. It is not a vegan conference, but I'd love to have a few other vegan bloggers join me. Are you signed up … [Go to Full Post...]
When my friend Angela at Canned-Time.com invited me to post a recipe in her year-long Breakfast in Bed-Fest I couldn't say yes fast enough. I love breakfast!
I wanted to make something biscuity because they are one of my favorite foods. Sweet biscuits, savory biscuits, drop biscuits are all big … [Go to Full Post...]
The wonderful people at Hamilton Beach sent a stand mixer and hand mixer for me to try. They did give them to me for free, but all the opinions in this post are my own. They are letting me do a giveaway too, so make sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to enter to win your own Hamilton Beach … [Go to Full Post...]
It's almost summer and that means daily smoothies for breakfast at my house. This year Cheryl is having them too and it's a painless way to get more greens in her everyday!
Cheryl tends to get hungry fast after a smoothie breakfast so I like to add some protein powder, avocado or oatmeal to … [Go to Full Post...]
I met Allison at the very first Vida Vegan Conference before I know she was a chocolate goddess. She's also known for her fun vegan adaptations of comfort food favorites and in her first e-book, Comfortably Yum, her homey recipes really hit the spot!
She's letting me give away a copy so be sure … [Go to Full Post...]
Today, I bring you the perfect Monday night dinner. It's quick, easy, cheap, and most importantly tastes great! I usually give you an exact recipe, but this one is going to be free-style.
I made my first sandwich from the Children's Encyclopedia when I was 6. I insisted on having the exact number … [Go to Full Post...]
I have always loved Robin Robertson's books. Her recipes are easy, accessible and tasty. This second book in her Quick-Fix series is one of my favorites. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to enter in the giveaway to win your own copy of More Quick-Fix Vegan. (It's up now - sorry about … [Go to Full Post...]