It’s currently 55 degrees, windy, and it definitely feels like fall here today. This turn in the weather always makes me crave a bowl of delicious, homemade, veggie chili. We’ve made a lot of chili over the years and every time we make it it’s slightly different – Ryan is
Ryan has always been a fan of the meatball sub, but since I don’t eat much meat at all (and what I do eat I’m very picky about) I was really excited to try making these vegan meatballs. They were delicious and did not disappoint! As you have to cook
Val woke up this morning and had a hankering for some biscuits and gravy. So that is what we had. The biscuits are just vegweb’s Savory Biscuits recipe with a bit of extra flour and basil for the dried herbs. The gravy was a modified version of this gravy recipe.
This is loosely based on the Mexican soup pozoleÂ (it is important to note that no humans were harmed in the making of this soup). Ryan grew up going to friends’ houses where this would be on the stove all day long and after a night of drinking this spicy soup,
Here’s a bit of cupcake porn for those who read this blog. Just some simple easy to make minty, chocolatey chip-y, vegan, gluten-free cupcakes for you to enjoy. The recipe followsÂ Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s book Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World‘s basic chocolate cupcake recipe. Instead of regular flour substitute gluten-free
A few years ago I decided to buy a book on tamales because I was disappointed by the tamale selection here in Southeast Michigan. That is not to say that there are no places to find tamales, and even some good ones, they just aren’t as good as they can
A while back ago I made a post about the Rick Bayless taco sauces. At that time I had made it a goal to try to replicate them by making the sauce myself. Since posting about them I’ve had several successful attempts at replicating some of the sauces, but due
Life is good…& biscuits are definitely good! When we woke up this morning & I announced that I’d like biscuits for breakfast & to eat later with the homemade Broccoli Cheddar Soup we’ll be making for lunch, Ryan whipped up a batch of piping hot, delicious, rosemary thyme biscuits posthaste.
Val has a cold, or something along those lines, I’m getting over a sinus infection I got for the Holidays so I figured a spicy soup was in order. This soup has several things in it but most importantly for the new year it has black-eyed peas. The tradition of
We are visiting Val’s folks right now in Gatesville, TX. Like most small towns in Texas, Gatesville isn’t quite known for its large selection of vegetarian options (you won’t find it on Happy Cow). So this evening instead of heading out to buy some frozen veggie patties I decided