This Week in Stir Fries & Farmers Markets

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Reviewing this past week in produce and sharing a recipe for Thai-style basil & chili stir fry sauce. Continue reading

Oh She Glows Blogtour: Chia Smoothies, Chocolate Cake & Ten Special Questions with Angela Liddon

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Does Angela Liddon glow, sparkle, or shine? Find out inside. Continue reading

Wine & Cheese (featuring a cashew cheese guide & Our Daily Red wine review)

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….in this day and age of culinary veganism, aged nut cheese = love. Continue reading

2013 Retrospect: Fondest Recipes

Division Street Pho Chay. I'll get to that.

In which I discuss and look back on my favorite recipes of 2013, and become a broken record while I obsess over curries, 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

Anatomy of a Grocery Trip: Fubonn (It’s the Summer of Curry)

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One place I keep in my rotation no matter what is Fubonn, an Asian supermarket on SE 82nd just south of Division, because inevitably, I find the need for lemongrass, coconut milk, fresh tofu and kaffir lime leaves in my life. I used to routinely make stir fries, fried rice and scrambled tofu with all the random, glorious vegetables I didn’t quite know what to do with from the market, and they still occur, but it’s now from-scratch, regional curries that inspire my dinner table (with Chiang Mai-inspired Jungle Curry in progress for this very evening).
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June cookin’

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First things first, Happy Vegan Pizza Day! If three little things weren’t standing in the way of my own pizza-making ambitions today, well, I’d have some dough rising right now. Instead, I’m melting into a puddle of freckles as it’s … Continue reading

Opening Day Visit: Portland Farmers Market

Fun fact: I have a purple carrot on my foot.

That may be the scene of late Saturday afternoon, but the morning offered a slightly damp yet rain-free and welcoming trip to the first Portland Farmers Market of the season. I usually have something of a dramatic countdown in place, … Continue reading