Banh Mi Fajitas

April 26, 2013

One of the best parts of being a food writer is having the opportunity to try out new products as they become available.  It’s even more fun when I’m impressed enough with the product to write a blog post about it.  I had the recent good fortune of sampling two such products: Beyond Meat Chicken-Free […]

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Earth Day Vegetable Soup

April 22, 2013

In honor of  Earth Day, I’m sharing a recipe for Earth Day Vegetable Soup.  The multitude of vegetables in the soup are meant to signify earth’s bounty and the soup is made in a slow cooker to save energy.  The recipe is an adaptation of Summer Vegetable Soup from Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker.  […]

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Cake Obsession

April 15, 2013

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with a cake. Okay, make that two cakes. For the record, I’m really not much of a dessert person, nor am I especially into raw foods. Which is why it may surprise you (as it did me!) that the two cakes I’m obsessed with are from Amber Shea Crawley’s new book, […]

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Crazy for Cauliflower

April 8, 2013

Some people crave chocolate.  I crave cauliflower.  And sometimes chocolate, too.  But mostly cauliflower.  I’ve actually  been obsessed with cauliflower for years, so it’s nice to see that the rest of the world is catching up!  Lately I’ve been seeing cauliflower everywhere I look –prepared in so many delicious and creative ways. Growing up, my […]

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Nut Butter Universe

March 19, 2013

The enthusiastic response to my latest book Nut Butter Universe has been overwhelming.  Many thanks to all of you who sent me an e-mail about how much you are enjoying the book. Even beyond the amazing Blog Tour (you can catch up here if you missed any of the posts), there have been lots of […]

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What’s Cooking on St. Patrick’s Day?

March 12, 2013

St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite food holidays. I love coming up with fun new ways to enjoy green food — extra points for adding an additional Irish spin to the dish. I can’t decide what to make this year. I can always go traditional and make the Corned Seitan and Cabbage from […]

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