Growing up, I was never fond of fish. But I did love my mama’s tuna burgers. They were similar to tuna melts, but instead of placing a slice of cheese on top of tuna salad, she’d actually mix the cheese into the tuna salad. Then she’d load the salad on buns and bake in the… Read More ›
I was intrigued when I was contacted about doing a review in return for a free mixed box of Nakd Bars – a brand of raw fruit and nut bars that are popular in England and are now crossing the Atlantic. Yes, you can now get Nakd in America! This is why I was intrigued:… Read More ›
Bombay Grille Cuisine of India is a delightful surprise for vegetarians and especially vegans. It has a large selection of vegetarian entrees and appetizers (many of which are vegan) and waiters that know exactly how the food is prepared.
Hello, everyone! I was thrilled to be asked to be your tour guide for the day as part of the HappyCow Road Trip Blog Tour! Today I want to welcome everyone to Charlotte, North Carolina and take you on a visit to one of my favorite vegan restaurants – Luna’s Living Kitchen! Afterwards, I’ll briefly review… Read More ›
Recently, I celebrated another birthday. (Which, for those who are wondering, puts me somewhere in between “younger than springtime” and “older than dirt.”) A long time ago, when we were both vegetarians, my partner signed us up for a number of “Birthday Freebies.” Since our birthdays are close together, we were able to use our… Read More ›
Medu Vada is a popular South Indian fried snack made from urad dal (lentils) and traditionally served with sambar soup or coconut chutney. They remind me of savory, crispy little doughnuts. Although my South Indian friends insist they are not that difficult to make from scratch, I have not yet been courageous enough to try…. Read More ›
Saturday, May 17th, was the Third Annual Charlotte VegFest! It was also my third year attending. The first year I helped out at the Chelly’s Cakes ‘N Pastries booth. The second year I could be found at the booth for Keep Charlotte Boring (another blog I write for). This year, however, I attended as just part… Read More ›