One of the best times of year is the sticky, pumpkiny, caramelly mess that is October-November. The leaves are changing, sweaters and scarves fall into heavy rotation and when you bake something– oh my. The smells of spices and the bright, vibrant hue of pumpkin are two things I can never get enough of.
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It’s not news that I love oatmeal. Once the temperatures drop below 50, it’s my breakfast of choice. And like other blank palettes (muffins, pancakes), what I really love about it is that it’s so versatile. You never have to have the same oatmeal twice. It’s also breakfast super-fuel; full of fiber and protein to […]Continue Reading →
Along with being Hug a Vegetarian Day, today is also Vegan Cookie Day! You have to love holidays created around the consumption of treats. Especially on Treat of the Week day!
If you’re looking for some cookies to celebrate with, allow me to make a couple of suggestions.
If you’re looking for something a […]Continue Reading →
Or lay-on-the-couch-and-watch-TV-all-day fuel. Or Tofurky-coma-hangover-need-energy-to-tolerate-family-I-only-see-this-time-of-year fuel. Whatevs. It works in any scenario.
While you worry about the food for today, let me worry about the food for tomorrow. Use some of the leftover elements of Thanksgiving that will be lurking in your fridge, destined to mold (ah, we all have such good intentions, don’t we?), […]Continue Reading →
First off, I want to plug a super cool new feature that WordPress is offering: FoodPress! It’s an easy way to sift and sort through the tons of food blogs hosted by WordPress and to see some cool features that might not otherwise cross your screen. Like you need another distraction.
I would love […]Continue Reading →
I have discovered a new-to-me baking blog, and I’m having a bit of a love affair with it. Joy the Baker is charming and funny, very creative and dabbles in vegan baking from time to time.
As a whole, I rarely use other people’s recipes for baking, but while cruising on her site last weekend, […]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 →
Sadly, the USDA does not recommend home canning of pumpkin butter. This is because pumpkin is low in acidity […]Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
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