It’s funny, I often go back and forth on the kinds of recipes to post. Sometimes I think it’s all about things that are striking and fancy, things that will catch people’s attention and make them think “Wow, I want … Continue reading
Ok, I know I’ve been awol for a little while, but it’s been a very busy couple of weeks. In addition to the ongoing vegan cooking classes, I also started a new online Introduction to Plant-Based Diet class. It’s a wonderful … Continue reading
Happy New Year! So how many of you made New Year’s resolutions? Go to the gym… eat better…. sleep longer… play more…. How many of these do we think will make it to next month? Next week even? It’s kind … Continue reading
Along with my love for lasagna, cheesecake is way up there too. Well, there are a lot of things up there, actually :) . But cheesecake was always one of my favorites. And when a cheesecake craving strikes, who can … Continue reading
I love brussels sprouts. Totally. And I think it’s a new thing, because I actually don’t ever remember having them when I was growing up. Hmmm…. string beans from a can. Creamed corn. Carrots & peas. And there was some … Continue reading
As you might be able to tell (from this and this), I love cranberries and oranges together. There is something about that sweet-tart flavor that’s incredible to me, and this particular smoothie also incorporates the wonder ingredient tahini. Tahini is a … Continue reading
We’re now in the midst of that time of year when we are surrounded by the most food ~ Halloween through New Year’s, with its abundance of parties and social gatherings. Really, I think we should be surrounded by food … Continue reading
I’ve been on a cookie tear this weekend. Friday, I made a batch of Vegan Richa‘s Nan Khatai cookies for a Diwali celebration over the weekend. While mine spread out and didn’t stay in neat little balls like hers did, they tasted fantastic! Like spicy, chewy sugar cookies. Incredible.
And Saturday, I wanted to make something to have at home. I’ve been in a peanut butter mood lately, and also craving snickerdoodles… so I combined them both ~ thus, the Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle!
These are nice little cookies, with some fat and protein to take the edge off of the sugar, and a chewy, cakey texture. Great with some pumpkin spice tea! Continue reading
Happy Diwali! ~ which begins this weekend. Diwali is the Festival of Lights and marks the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and the light of inner knowledge over ignorance. It is celebrated with fireworks and lights, and people also clean house and light lamps to invite the presence of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and abundance, into their homes. For many in the Hindu community, it is the New Year, and a perfect time to reevaluate one’s priorities, making changes if needed to be on the right path in life.
And during this week, entries have been coming in to win a copy of Vegan Richa’s Vegan Diwali Sweets ebook! It’s been fun to read everyone’s comments and see all of the entries.
And the winner is ~ Nikki!
Nikki, please check your email for the e-book.
And everyone else can go here to purchase a copy. Remember, Richa’s husband is matching the income from it, and all funds go to help animals in need after the recent cyclone in India, so in addition to all of the wonderful recipes, you’re helping the animals!