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Category Archives: Food
Last week was not great week- I was exhausted and felt like I was coming down with something all week. The weekend has not been better. But… once I saw the Chopped challenge for VeganMoFo, I knew I had to … Continue reading
Long time readers know that when I started this blog, I had just moved to New Haven, CT. I was going to grad school and was über excited about all the vegan options in my new home, especially having been … Continue reading
To wrap up my travels to the Cape, I just want to recap all the new places I tried, as well as mention a few standbys I didn’t get to this time around. This is by no means a comprehensive … Continue reading
This is the post that you have been waiting for. Well, at least this is the place that might have kept me from ever leaving the Cape, had it been open a few years ago. This is probably a good … Continue reading
I’ve been continuing to write biweekly on a blog for my local paper’s website, a column that was started by JL of JL Goes Vegan before her move to Colorado. So for today, I’m going to link to to my … Continue reading
Jerk Tofu. Looks good, doesn’t it? Over on my I Eat Plants column today, I’ve written more about the wonders of tofu, and shared a recipe for Jerk Tofu, one of my favorite ways to eat it. A while back … Continue reading
Oooh, another cooking class! I’m embarrassed at how long it took me to blog this one. I recently not-so-recently took another class at the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) with chef Adam Sobel of The Cinnamon Snail. Last time was … Continue reading
Sadly, Brooklyn-based vegan restaurant Foodswings will be closing soon, though an exact date hasn’t been set. They’re being priced out by the rent, as Williamsburg gets trendier and trendier (I shouldn’t say much, I probably wouldn’t go to Williamsburg if … Continue reading