In Rhythm & Blues, Alya has a tendency to cook herself veggie comfort food involving hearty staples like beans and rice. I share this tendency!
It’s been a while since I posted a soup recipe to this blog, but this one is too delicious not to share. It involves my good buddy, the lentil, [...]Continue Reading →
I have a bit of necessary horn-tooting to do this morning.
First, an interview with the CBC Book Club:
“Since I was into breaking at the time, it seemed natural and I was thinking about the group dynamics and how challenging it is to get a group together and keep it together with [...]Continue Reading →
Writers: we sit a lot, and we have a lot of deadlines, which means that the longer we sit, the more some of us tend to eat badly. When you believe you don’t even have time for a shower, you’re sure not going to take time out to fix and eat a decent meal.
UNTIL [...]Continue Reading →
I’d like to welcome my friend Bev to blogland. She’s always been out there on Flickr and Twitter and Facebook, but this month she has finally taken the step to the next level– My Daily Bread, where it’s all Bev and Bev’s food all the time, accompanied by wonderful polaroidy photos that [...]Continue Reading →
I got called ‘vegan anarchist’ at work last week, and actually, I was OK with that.
Soon after, a couple of opportunities to express my veganism and my anarchism arose.
The first was a “anything but Halloween” party, where guests were asked to dress for any day or holiday of the year, except Halloween. So [...]Continue Reading →
This is a Mexican Hot Chocolate cupcake, baked from the recipe in the fabulous-adorable new cookbook, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the [...]Continue Reading →
I made the Fettucine Alfonso from Joanne Stepaniak???s ???Ultimate Un-Cheese Cookbook??? because I really wanted to experiment with a bean recipe that wouldn’t taste like beans.
I will admit that this is a recipe (perhaps even an entire cookbook) that may strain the non-vegan’s suspension of disbelief for vegan cuisine, so before we get [...]Continue Reading →
I veganized my mother’s Christmas pudding recipe and the people have spoken and the people seem to think it might possibly be better than the original, maybe.
1½ C. whole-wheat flour (sifted)
1½ tsp. baking soda
1½ C. sugar
¾ tsp. salt
½ tsp. ground cloves
1½ tsp. ground cinnamon
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