My son and I woke up this fine Sunday morning to my husband in the kitchen whipping these biscuits up! He’s been working from a few established recipes but tweaking ingredients to get the fluffiness & flakiness he wants. All the tweaking & modification is paying off- these are scrumptious!
I absolutely love cooking for the holidays & especially creating gorgeous plant based spreads with familiar flavors from the festive season. But this Thanksgiving I was in the mood to create something a bit different from the traditional spread – veggie cashew stir fry, jasmine rice & a delicious peanut sauce!
Flashback to Christmas Dinner 2014! I loved preparing this spread! Macadamia Nut, Basil & Olive Oil Spread Arugula with Grape Tomatoes, Grapeseed Oil & Sea Salt Grilled Asparagus Minnesota Wild Rice with American Parsley & Shallots Steamed Brussel Sprouts drizzled with Hazelnut Oil Gardein Holiday Roast with Cranberry, Kale &
Holiday sampler! I love cooking dishes with different holiday favorites leading up to the festive season so I know what recipes I want to make for the feast. This holiday sampler included cranberry jelly, slices of gardein Holiday roast (with kale, cranberry & wild rice) and farro with onions, parsley
First, I have to acknowledge the inspiration for this dish. The “Tempeh Tuna Sandwich” at Jivamuktea Cafe which I wrote about earlier this year. The first time I visited Jivamuktea Cafe near Union Square in NYC I had this sandwich and it was a culinary revelation. I generally enjoy tempeh
I used to consume animal derived cheeses a lot before, but really don’t miss it now.It’s bizarre to me how we humans “rely” on other animal mothers so much for their milk to create this endless supply of dairy products. It’s also very sad, considering that those mothers often never even have
Seitan Sampler! I love cooking up little sampler dishes to see how certain ingredients and flavors play together. For this sampler, I lightly fried strips of Seitan in Safflower oil and Tamari Sauce, adding in slices of Garlic when they were almost done. I boiled up a little Pearl Couscous
This was my first time making this and I consider this recipe to be a single serving (or good for nibbling on with another person). Just double, triple or quadruple the recipe depending on how many folks you’re serving! These are really scrumptious! Ingredients ~1 cup Coconut Cream ~3 slices