I love a good sandwich and I may have mentioned that I love spicy things. I'm a huge fan of buffalo sauce, whether it's on cauliflower wings, in a pasta salad, or used as a dipping sauce. It's just a great burst of flavor. I've recently been using a product called hempeh, instead of tempeh... Continue Reading →
There's something so earthy and delicious about an herbaceous pesto. As I was looking in the fridge and cupboards yesterday to figure out what to make for dinner, I saw that I had all the ingredients for a pesto. However, I didn't just want pesto and pasta. I wanted to amp it up a little so I cooked up some chickpeas in harissa sauce. I also had some radish sprouts hanging out in the fridge that I put on top as a garnish/topping. This meal tastes of springtime!
Mushroom Orzo is a meal that I make often, I am constantly tweaking and altering the recipe for this. Last night I made it and it came out beautifully. Normally I make a coconut curry sauce, but I was out of the curry paste I typically use. I used harissa instead, oh man did it turn out just as good if not better.
When I think of sweet and sour sauce, I'm transported back in time to being a kid and going out to eat with the family. We'd go to a Chinese restaurant and get a number of delicious dishes, along with wonton soup and egg rolls. I really enjoy taking dishes that I loved as a kid and veganizing them.
Tacos are a delicious way to blend wonderful textures and flavors together. I'd say about four or five years ago I discovered walnut meat and it is an amazing meat substitute! I use it in place of everything you would use a meat style crumble for, spaghetti sauce, sloppy joes, chili and most importantly tacos!
I've started creating videos of myself making meals here and there. The other day I made what I refer to as one of my lazy dinners. If you're interested in a glimpse of what I do in the kitchen, here is your window via video. In this video I made a Beyond Sausage Pita with a cucumber garlic aioli everything is vegan, gluten free and delicious!
The other day I was watching an episode of Chopped and one of the ingredients that the chefs had to use from their baskets was a bloody mary. If you've never seen the show before, it's where four chefs compete in a cooking competition and they have to use ingredients presented to them in baskets.
Sometimes I dream of pasta, there's something about a plate or bowl full of noodles whether they are simply dressed or dressed to kill that satisfies the soul. I had bruschetta and olives on the brain and decided that I would combine those flavors and make an olive pesto and bruschetta style pasta. Olive Bruschetta... Continue Reading →
Fall is here and that soothing coolness calls for warm fuzzy sweaters, layered clothing and quite possibly a hot mug of apple cider or hot chocolate. With the seasons changing pumpkin everything starts popping up all over the place. I'm pretty okay with pumpkin everything. I wanted to make a pumpkin something of my own... Continue Reading →