You guys! I have been writing this blog for 7 years. 7 years! I can hardly believe it. I have grown so much as a cook, writer and photographer. Thank you so much for being here, for connecting with me, and most importantly, for cooking my recipes. It means the world to me. Truly. And for my blogiversary, I have made some changes. Have you noticed?
I have been in search of a vegan quiche for years. I have tried variations using tofu as the base but found them to be too heavy. I have tried using chickpeas and chickpea flour which are both good but also not my favorite. (I stopped making them.) But, here, finally, I have a recipe that works. It is based on the recipe that Selma, the owner and cook of Bloodroot Vegetarian in Connecticut, gave me. Continue reading “Broccoli Quiche!”→
Ok, so my husband loves pancakes but he doesn’t want to eat white flour first thing in the morning. So, I updated my old buckwheat pancake recipe to make it easier to make in the morning before school. In the old days, I used fresh almond meal but now it is just a simple mix with ingredients I always have on hand and voila. Easy, weekday pancakes. And they are gluten and refined sugar free! Continue reading “Buckwheat Pancakes v2”→