Isa Chandra of theppk.com is my vegan hero. In her post about making her homemade mayonnaise she talked about how some of us are mayo pepole and some of us are not. To be honest, when I was growing up my mother gave us Miracle Whip. Is that even mayo? As my sister would say, who […]Continue reading "Homemade Grapeseed Mayonnaise"
This season in our lives has certainly had its challenges. As I type this, we are still in the middle of the pandemic and things are nowhere near normal. Or what used to be normal. Or, now maybe a new normal. Anyway, I have been trying to keep things as sane as possible and trying […]Continue reading "How to Build a Not-Boring Salad"
I love a good cookbook. Over the last nine years, I have featured over 30 books on the blog and some others on my Instagram. New books are coming out all the time – including mine! – and if you click here to order it, it will be in your hot little hands on Feb […]Continue reading "Book Report: The Plant Kitchen: 100 Easy Recipes for Vegan Beginners + 2 Bonus Recipes!"
I love this book. It’s simple, easy, and filled with normal recipes that are appealing, which is the point of the book, to appeal to vegans and omnivores alike. It’s written by an Australian blogger named Amanda Logan, from My Goodness Kitchen, and it has inspired me to believe that perhaps, I too, could write […]Continue reading "Book Report: Great Vegan Meals + 3 Recipes!"
So, another new cookbook! It’s called Happy Food by Bettina Campolucci Bordi of Bettina’s Kitchen. This book makes me happy because I am always looking for new ideas for combinations of ingredients that I haven’t thought of yet! And this book delivers. Maybe that is why it is called Happy Food!Continue reading "Book Report: Happy Food + Bonus Recipes for Sweet Potato Cakes with Dill & Cashew Yogurt"