I love making holiday food projects. I know it’s a little corny but it’s fun thing to do anyway. Here is a link to my past creations for St. Patrick’s Day: Irish Soda Bread and Colcannon. This year, it’s mini cupcakes with green frosting. They are so cute and the frosting has a healthy secret […]Continue reading "Mini Vanilla Cupcakes with Green St. Patrick’s Day Frosting"
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I saw a sign for an Irish Soda Bread contest at the Y where Luke swims and decided to make my own! I based my recipe on the Traditional Irish Soda recipe from The Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread but added raisins, which is the untraditional part. I […]Continue reading "Almost Traditional Irish Soda Bread"
This week we headed out to Scranton, Pennsylvania for a visit to Steamtown, a national historic site. We are totally into trains in this house and my sister-in-law told us about this amazing museum that has huge train cars and a working roundhouse. In the spring and summer the trains run so we will be […]Continue reading "Eating Vegan in Luzerne, PA: Nucleus Raw Foods"
Desserts. The best part of the meal. The cakes are standard. I make them all of the time to rave reviews. Note: my basic frosting recipe was recently blown away by my new frosting recipe which you can find in the Darth Vader cake post. It is spectacular and will the be the base of […]Continue reading "Dessert Roundup: Cakes, Pies & Treats"
Traditional Irish dish on St. Patrick’s Day. Mashed potatoes and kale. makes 4 to 6 servings 2 big russet potatoes 3/4 cup soy milk 1 tablespoon Earth Balance 1/2 bunch lacinato kale Water for boiling Ice for ice bath 2 scallions, sliced thinly S and P Peel and chop the potatoes. In a medium pot, […]Continue reading "Colcannon!"