Vegan Food

Olive Leaf Pasta and Blueberry Pie

July 25, 2014

What is it about summer that makes it impossible to get things done?  The days are longer, but they go by lightening quick.  My to-do list continues to grow, yet every minute is packed with “busy-ness.”  Take this blog, for example.  Most of the year, I can manage to write a post at least once […]

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Memorable Memorial Day Weekend

May 29, 2014

Memorial weekend was especially memorable this year.  The weather was absolutely perfect and we got to spend time with lots of our favorite people and animal friends!  And, of course, we enjoyed lots of great food, too.  Because the weather was so great, there was lots of outdoor grilling going on.  Here is a little […]

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Mango Fried-Rice Pudding

May 6, 2014

This recipe came about when I was in the mood for the mango sticky rice you get at Thai restaurants, but not in the mood to make it from scratch.  I happened to have a couple of ripe mangoes and some cooked basmati rice on hand (although jasmine rice would be more authentic).  I got […]

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Roasted Cauliflower with Caper Berries and Hollandaise

April 24, 2014

As you probably know if you read my blog or my cookbooks, I’m a fiend for cauliflower — especially ROASTED cauliflower!  It’s like it becomes an entirely different (and even more delicious) vegetable when roasted.  So when I added some caper berries while roasting, and then drizzled it with an easy-peasy hollandaise before serving, it […]

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Penne and Butternut Squash with Kale Pesto

November 1, 2013

World Vegan Day is especially noteworthy this year because there are now more people adopting a vegan diet and lifestyle than ever before!  And because November is also World Vegan Month, I’m excited to present 30 Days of Vegan Cooking featuring recipes from my upcoming Revised Edition of Vegan Planet.  There are lots of great […]

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Last Berries of Summer

October 14, 2013

Everywhere I look it seems the produce of autumn beckons: local orchards boast no fewer than twenty varieties of apples and rows of vibrant orange pumpkins stand guard at every store and farm stand. Before surrendering to the luscious fall baking of apple pies and pumpkin cheesecakes, I had one last appointment with the remaining […]

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