Vegan on the Cheap

Corned Seitan and Cabbage

March 16, 2012

This St. Patrick’s Day consider making the Corned Seitan and Cabbage from Vegan on the Cheap.  Not only is it a delicious way to celebrate the holiday, but the leftovers will reward you with the makings of the most amazing Reuben sandwiches this side of a New York deli.  If you don’t already have Vegan […]

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The Apple of My Pie…

November 3, 2011

…or, more correctly, the apple of my “not-pie” — this is one of the luscious baked apples we’ve been enjoying.  Northern Virginia is apple country and there are so many varieties to choose from, it’s hard to decide what to bring home from the various farmstands and orchards in the area.  This week we tried […]

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White Bean Pizza from VOTC

October 21, 2011

For this week’s “Flashback Friday” we revisit the pleasures of the Tuscan White Bean Pizza from Vegan on the Cheap.  This insanely delicious pizza recipe is extremely popular among fans of VOTC and it’s no wonder:  it tastes fabulous and is ideal for cooking vegan “on the cheap,” because it doesn’t call for any expensive […]

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Watermelon Hearts with Sweet Mint Pesto

July 16, 2011

I think the adage about a watched pot never boiling holds true for ripening blackberries as well.  Every day I check on my almost-ripe blackberries and even with the crazy hot days we’ve had recently, they’re still not ripe — almost, but not quite.  Our mint, on the other hand, is going crazy.  Jon’s been […]

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Red-Hot Chili Tofu over Pancit

November 5, 2010

With the first week of Vegan Mofo coming to a close, I thought I’d end the week with a post I’ll call “Flashback Friday” because it features two recipes that I blogged about a year or so ago. The photo shows Red-Hot Chili Tofu over Vegetable Pancit which are actually separate recipes from my book […]

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Best Ever Birthday Pizza

August 29, 2010

Jon’s birthday was Saturday and, as is our custom, we always begin celebrating a few days leading up to the event — mostly with the honoree’s favorite foods being enjoyed. This year, Jon’s birthday blow-out coincided with a visit from some of our best friends who also enjoy the same food penchants we do, including […]

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