I love a coconut curry sauce, and this skeleton recipe is great in pretty much any dish. With the help of your blender, it also takes about 5 minutes to make.
I love salt and pepper tofu, and I love it even more when I can cook up a healthy version with very little hands-on work!
You can make this ginger and coconut ice cream float with or without booze. Either way, it’s a delicious treat!
Hayyy Atlanta people! Does your crafty stash runneth over? Bag up those extra goodies and come to the craft supply swap on Sunday at Hodge Podge Coffee House!
I love a baby finger food recipe that can feed me and my husband, too. This oatmeal muffin fit the bill perfectly!
This is not me trying to convince you to give up on breastfeeding! If you’re looking for breastfeeding tips, though, here is mine: be kind to yourself!
I don’t talk a lot about political food issues in this space, but I have some very strong feelings about GMOs in our food supply. Usually I keep those sorts of articles over at Eat Drink Better, but I wanted to share this documentary film review with you guys, since a lot of you seemed excited when I mentioned on Facebook and Twitter that I was going to see it.
Need some Super Bowl party food recipes for game day? I’ve got your dips, spreads, and finger foods covered, y’all.
Gnocchi soup is so hearty and filling on a chilly winter evening, and I was super pleased with this recipe!
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.
After beating the stomach bug last week, I wanted to make something warm and comforting for supper. White bean soup was just right!
When Trader Joes came to Atlanta, I was excited about cheap wine and a wonderland of inexpensive vegan snacks. Now that the initial shininess is past, though, I’m not sure that I’m super jazzed about TJs!