It’s hard to know where to start when talking about a book like Cooked, a work that encompasses so many different topics and took me almost a year to read from start to finish. Don’t get me wrong, it was the opposite of boring or cumbersome, but there were so many plans I had laid […]
My review for the Vanilla Chia Pod has been so popular that I figured I’d follow it up with a review for the Mango Chia Pod I just tried recently.
Even in a modern, post women’s-lib world, a part of me aspires to be both a working mom in the future and a Balaboosta. “Balaboosta,” a Yiddish term for the perfect housewife/host/June Cleaver-type person, is also the name of a popular NYC restaurant, as well as the cookbook I recently bought for myself as an […]
Whether you think it’s a cheesy Hallmark holiday or not, Valentine’s Day is a really good excuse to eat candy. I’m not talking about those crummy chocolate samplers or those chalky conversation hearts, though, those are all pretty gross. Make Valentine’s Day your excuse to splurge on some really quality candy.
While all of the posts on this blog are obviously dairy-free, one area where I’d like to grow my content is in gluten-free recipes. I don’t really ever bake gluten-free, nor have I ever tried to make a gluten-free pizza at home, so I thought now was a good time to start.
Earlier last year, I posted to Immaculate Baking to let them know that I love their products and that I’ve used their crescent rolls to make a few different dishes (including Vegan Wellingtons and these yummy dessert wraps). They were so pleased to hear that they sent me a book of coupons, which allowed me […]
One of my favorite things about recipes is how they can pass down from person to person and become a fast hit with all different groups of people. This is what happened with this awesome quinoa recipe from Oh She Glows.
It’s kind of unbelievable to me that on January 1st, I started this humble little blog. Now on the last day of the year, and 100 posts later, I’m so happy to see the growth that has occurred and the amazing support I’ve gotten from all of my readers. It’s been especially interesting to see […]
While I actually tried Daiya’s shredded “cheddar” a little while ago, it took me a while to get around to write about it. Now that I’m in my Whole30 it’s almost hard to talk about “normal” food that I had before it, but I wanted to make sure I mentioned how much I love this […]
No sugar. No alcohol. No grains. No legumes. No peanuts? I know that Whole30 doesn’t want me to look at their challenge this way, but it’s hard not to. Not that I’m not used to restrictions; I live with a restriction to dairy every day. The real reason why this challenge seems so hard before […]