For me the unexpected benefit of veganism has been connecting with the amazing vegan community both here in Atlanta and online. I’ve met so many wonderful people at both real life and virtual vegan events.
A caipirinha is a Brazilian cocktail packed with lime. My sister and I did one up with a healthy dose of mango, and it was fantastical!
Last week was busy, y’all! On Saturday, I couldn’t really even think about cooking. This is my day of lazy vegan food. It was glorious.
This chai coffee ice cream float is a decadent afternoon pick-me-up that is in no way healthy at all but is freaking delicious!
The folks at Numi Tea sent me a super adorable mason jar iced tea recipe kit to try out, and of course I had to turn that tea into a yummy jasmine green tea cocktail!
Want to whip up homemade baby food for your little one? Here’s what I’ve learned so far about feeding Darrol Henry.
Over the weekend, the amazing Holly from Veganadian threw a vegan potluck to celebrate Dough Bakery’s first year in Atlanta, and these mini loaded baked potatoes were my contribution.
I served up this white sangria at a baby shower that we threw last weekend, and it was so refreshing and delicious!
Sweet and spicy pops are my favorite sort. These pineapple jalapeno popsicles are based on my favorite sort from a local pop seller here in Atlanta.
We made tofu from scratch yesterday, an it was super delicious! I could have eaten it all on its own, but instead we whipped up a three-course tofu feast!
I may be biased, but this picture of DH in the felt kid crown I made him just slays me. Here’s how you can make one for your own little prince or princess!
I’d like to say that this pesto potato salad idea came to me in a dream or a thunderclap of inspiration, but basically it was about using the dill that was sitting in our produce drawer.
We made these awesome rockets at my crafty baby shower, and they were so fun to make, I thought I’d share how to make a rocket with you guys!