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Tag Archives: seitan
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 had the privilege to take a cooking class about Decadent Vegan Breakfasts with Chef Adam Sobel of the Cinnamon Snail last week, and what a privilege it was! I have loved finding the Snail out and about for the … Continue reading
In my last post I mentioned that I was taking over a locally-focused vegan column for my local newspaper’s food blog. I am the new I Eat Plants columnist at Small Bites, the food blog on LoHud.com (that would be … Continue reading
On to the last of this series! I got a comment from a reader through my contact form last week a few weeks ago: Subject: Seitan, Tempah, & Tofu Message Body: All I can say is “ick”. I’m good with … Continue reading
File this one under intuitive cooking. I’m trying to use up stuff that I have around the house before I go grocery shopping again. I have a bunch of different root vegetables that keep well, and among them was some … Continue reading
On Friday I headed over to New Haven, for a one-day work-related conference at the Omni-New Haven Hotel. I was happy enough to be going to New Haven to check out a couple of my favorite places there, but I … Continue reading
Score one for a healthy weeknight meal. Not the best picture, but excellent, chewy, tasty ribs. And look for better picture quality coming soon! I find that if I’m not vigilant about how much I put in my mouth and … Continue reading
The uncut pie looks rather uninteresting, but there’s plenty of goodness inside! December has been all about the comfort food. The seitan I made for Thanksgiving was rather huge, so I cut a bunch of it up into chunks with … Continue reading
This post is far more timely than yesterday’s. 🙂 Christmas was much more laid back than Thanksgiving as far as food goes- and the dinner was almost healthy! We started off the day with the same Cinnamon Rolls as we … Continue reading