Hiatus, Hiatus Retrospect: 2013 Thailand Vegetarian Festival (Chiang Mai, Pai & Bangkok)

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150+ Photos of the 2013 Thailand Vegetarian Festival, taken in Pai, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Continue reading

Making sense of VeganMoFo 2014

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The gist: my plans for VeganMoFo2014 include some travel essays, seasonal eats and probably a social media marketing rant or two. Stay tuned, kids. Continue reading

Greetings from New York City

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How to cure heat stroke with vegan sushi? Continue reading

Live from the Northwest Pickle Tour!

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I like pickles. Continue reading

(Vida) Vegan Eats Vegas

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Behind-the-scenes with Vida Vegan’s location scouting of Las Vegas, including a vegan meetup at Bar + Bistro and cheap vegan eats at Garden Grill and Ronald’s Donuts. Continue reading

Asia Scenic Goes Vegan: My Day at One of Chiang Mai’s Thai Cooking Schools

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Another fond look back at the hiatus, and my experience at Chiang Mai’s Asia Scenic Cooking Class. Curry appreciation, galore. Continue reading

Brooklyn for the Holidays, A Photo Essay

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Vegan eats, sister-time & budget travel: a week in Brooklyn, NY for the holidays Continue reading

The Hiatus, Hiatus in Cocktails & Coconuts

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Presenting the Hiatus, Hiatus in Cocktails, Coconuts, Coffee, Juice, Tea & Beer, shown in near chronological order from the digital archives…so…very…many…photos…. Continue reading

Jet Lag & Autumn Leaves

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Touching base after the grand hiatus, from deep in Portland’s Autumn….I don’t remember much about our first morning back, after a dear friend dropped us off back home. We unpacked a little, hugged our gigantic cats, and after briefly debating passing out or if either of us had the energy to walk down the street to New Seasons, I hobbled into the kitchen, sliced garlic in what felt like slow motion, grabbed some dried chili peppers, and put on some water to boil for the capellini I spotted above the fridge in the pasta jar. Continue reading