Even though it feels cold outside, it is technically spring, and therefore it is asparagus season! Asparagus are one of my favorite vegetables and can be made so many ways – steamed, sautéed, roasted, as a soup, in salads, etc. But today, I want to share this basic recipe. It is exactly what the title says – roasted asparagus with capers and breadcrumbs.
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Need a new idea for date night? Or a new idea for Romanesco cauliflower? How about making Romanesco steaks for date night? If you are still finding these little green beauties in the market, make them this weekend!
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I am in love with these sweet little corn cakes. Let’s face it, corn is my favorite food group and I am always trying to find new and creative recipes to make. This is a copycat of a Cheesecake Factory recipe that is all over the internet. I kind of found it by accident. Let me tell you a story…
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It has been a long time since my last trip to Orlando, Florida and Walt Disney World. We planned a five day family trip with plans to visit three of the four parks – the Magic Kingdom, Epcot (see that gorgeous night time photo!), and Hollywood Studios. I did a little research before our trip on a website called Vegan Disney World, and even with the options listed, I still wasn’t sure what to expect. It turns out Disney is really vegan friendly! I am so pleasantly surprised by the food we ate that not only did I have to write about it but (a) I wanted to write about it (2) I recreated some of the meals at home and (3) I kind of want to back just for the food!
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How delicious does that pot of food look? It’s lentil picadillo. I have to be honest, I’ve never had picadillo. But I am always looking for new dishes to veganize. And to work with lentils. So, here is my newest creation.
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