Tag: plant based
In my last post, I shared a “template” for what I call a Strawberry Dessert Salad. It’s a classic salad with berries, nuts, and sweet poppyseed dressing that I eat after a meal, as a healthy “dessert”. Or, on hot summer mornings I will sometimes eat it for breakfast. But what if you want something… Read More ›
Spring may have finally sprung in Charlotte! Only a few days after a freak April snowstorm, Charlotteans are running around in shorts and flip flops and blasting the air conditioning. I’m driving home in daylight, even when I work late. There are lots of baby birds and bunnies and … insects. Not to mention pollen!… Read More ›
One item that should be on your annual Autumn bucket list … cook something with pumpkin! Most of us think of pumpkin as something sweet – pumpkin pie or pumpkin spice latte – or Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Rolls. But pumpkin is actually a winter squash, and can be taken in a savory direction… Read More ›
“Listen! The wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves … We have had our Summer Evenings, now for October Eves!” – Humbert Wolf On my Autumn bucket list: Make soup! There is nothing more comforting as a bowl of hot soup on a chilly day. Ok, maybe a bowl of hot soup… Read More ›
“What do you give a ghost for breakfast? A BOOBERRY Smoothie, of course!” – Great Aunt Martha My Aunt Martha was always the pun-ny one in the family! She was also a very imaginative cook – especially when it came to making food for children. She understood the value of “playing with your food” and… Read More ›
“Every leaf speaks bliss to me; fluttering from the Autumn tree.” – Emily Bronte Ok, so yesterday I showed everyone how easy it is to cook luscious, inexpensive, healthy sweet potatoes in my post Perfect Baked Sweet Potatoes. And today, I’m going to give you five easy ways to modify a basic sweet potato. The… Read More ›
“You say witch like it’s a bad thing.” – Unknown So far this Autumn, I’ve spent a lot of time writing about pumpkins and pumpkin spice. However, there are other Autumn favorites that are on my Autumn bucket list as well – such as sweet potatoes! I was a late convert to sweet potatoes, because… Read More ›
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables It’s October … yaaaaas! I wanted to alert everyone to a few changes I’ve made to my blog. An intrepid reader alerted me that, although the drop-down arrow was still there, the “Vegan Recipes” label had mysteriously… Read More ›
“Tis the Pumpkin Spice Season …” Another review to help you get your pumpkin spice groove on! Usually, I have a green smoothie for breakfast, and snack on fruit during the day. But I admit for years I kept a box of granola bars or cereal bars stashed at my desk at work. If I… Read More ›
Harold and Kumar is a classic stoner movie from 2004 – that some critics have said, “make Cheech and Chong look lame.” It follows the adventures of Harold Lee and Kumar Patel after they smoke a joint, get the munchies, and head off to White Castle. Unfortunately, their favorite fast food joint has been replaced… Read More ›
In a previous post, I wrote a detailed review of the Impossible Burger and one of the few places to find it in Charlotte, NC – Duckworth’s. My review of the Impossible Burger was mostly positive. (Yes, I am aware an ingredient in the burger was tested on animals, but most new ingredients are. I… Read More ›
In the American South, we believe what you eat on New Year’s Day will determine your financial future for the coming year. Here are 6 traditional and non-traditional recipes from my blog. If they don’t bring you wealth, they will surely bring you health! Happy 2018!
Dr. LeAnne Campbell, author of the bestselling China Study Cookbook and editor of the new Quick and Easy China Study Cookbook, gives advice on raising vegan children.
Some vegans and vegan groups say “vegan” is a bod word, and we should all call ourselves vegetarian or plant based instead. I disagree. Here’s why.