So far I have only found one typo in the book– not too shabby. Unfortunately for you all, it’s on a recipe that has been very popular this time of year, the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies.
I have created a page for general FAQ’s and anything related to the cookbook. Check it out […]Continue Reading →
I love Thanksgiving food. Cranberries and stuffing? Yes, please. Some more sweet potatoes? Pile on some bread sticks or biscuits and gravy and call it a day. Who could miss turkey? Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes anyway.
Except for dessert. Dessert is an equally important part of Thanksgiving. Naturally, one’s mind wanders […]Continue Reading →
Most nights Jim and I won’t be past the first half of our dinner before he looks at me with a sly expression and asks, “What do we have for dessert?”
Most often, I try not to have anything. I’m not trying to be cruel, but after creating two cookbooks that focused on baking and […]Continue Reading →
Love kittehs? Love shopping? Love belly dancing?
This Saturday is the annual Pretty Kitty Bazaar to benefit House of Dreams. Buy some fun things for yourself, your family or your furry kids and participate in the silent auction. Lots of vegan peeps turned out to donate goods for the auction and raffle, […]Continue Reading →
If you’re from the US, you’ve probably never heard of clafoutis, but I can assure you that you’ll be happy to be in the know.
Cherry clafoutis is a traditional French dessert that is basically a baked custard/cake/crustless pie thing served warm and creamy with bursts of sweet cherry goodness. Not only is […]Continue Reading →
I was recently turned onto these bars by a friend and I am forever grateful. I have been looking some sort of granola bar I could make at home that would be firm enough to hold up on it’s own, but not hard and didn’t require too much sweetener. These use […]Continue Reading →
Cold weather inspires comfort food. Given that my poorly adapted Portland body has been heading to work in 40 degree weather, comforting meals have been calling me.
Behold the classic soup and sammie combo:
Tomato soup with a panini-pressed sandwich. The sandwich is on Dave’s bread with one side smeared with a garlicky bean spread […]Continue Reading →
Hey there, blogland buddies. I have a special cause I want to plug here and I need your help.
A good friend of mine is collecting recipes for a cookbook that a close friend of her family is putting together. This friend, Becky, has Stage 4 breast cancer that has spread to her liver and spine. […]Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
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