i love biscuits. i always have. so you might be surprised to know that it all my 5 years of eating and cooking exclusively plant-based foods i could never make a satisfying biscuit. they were always too alkaline, too salty, and always too flat. i think, however, that i have finally overcome this buttermilked blockade,… Continue reading biscuits
as a cynic, i am totally aware that my recipe blog is just another drop in the big blogosphere bucket. and while i don’t expect greatness, i can’t help but feel inspired by (and a little envious of) a certain number of bloggers. so, i am planning on making someone else’s recipe once a week to… Continue reading vegan miam’s gochujang marinade and blasted broccoli
the world of seitan sausages is wide and wonderful, with each adventurous vegan developing their own spice formulas to closely emulate their favorite saucissier. the most influential demiurge of this faux-meat realm is, of course, isa. most recipes emanating from the gourmands of the interwebs, mine included, are deeply indebted to isa’s gluten+bean+steam formula. i… Continue reading seitan keilbasa
man, i love hawaiian rolls. to my shame, one of the meals that i miss most of all from my omnivorous days was a picnic pack from the local supermarket deli: 8 pieces of fried chicken, 1 pound of either potato or macaroni salad, and a four-pack of king’s hawaiian rolls. a friend and i… Continue reading hawaiian rolls
stop lying to yourself: mayonnaise is pretty tasty.
fresh peas, smoky bacon, crunchy peanutys, crisp onions and creamy mayo make a unique side dish for holiday meals or picnics.
i came across a published collection of literary excerpts from the late 18th century, kind of like a condensed library, that had been scanned into the internet. i don’t know how it was organized, but next to an excerpt on Quaker theology was an account of the daily diet of the common Scottish farmer. i ∞