I adore a good mole. But rarely, if ever, is it vegan. So I had to come up with my own recipe. After perusing many recipes to not much avail, I finally came up with a vegan recipe that hearkens, “Mole! Mole! Mole!”
India Meets Italy – Gobi Crust with Masala-Scented Chana Pizza
Being an Italian Jersey Girl, it’s almost a sacrilege, seemingly blasphemous, to suggest anything other than a Margarita pizza, resplendent with a Double Zero farina pizza dough tossed in the air for a thin crust that has a doughy yet
One of my favorite dishes when I go to a Thai restaurant is their Papaya Salad. It’s great as a starter but can also eat like a meal.
That being said, it is typically made with fish sauce, so I have to ask them to make is sans that ingredient. They are quite obliging to do so; however, there is then a part of the flavor profile that is missing, or at least, I would think that is the case as I’ve only ever eaten Papaya salad since becoming vegan, so I wouldn’t know what it is supposed to taste like with the fish sauce.
Being vegan is not what it used to be. With the advent of the plethora of vegan ingredients on the market today, you can pretty much get a substitute for almost any non-veg ingredient. Thus, at least, is the case with fish sauce. The company, Tofuna Fysh, LLC, based in Portland,
Oregon, has come out with Vegan Fysh Sauce, which is made with organic seaweed. The perfect swap out for fish sauce.
My most recent love affair with a vegetable is with King Oyster Mushrooms. Such versatility! So much fun playing in the kitchen, tweaking recipes like this one for ‘Pulled Pork’.
Last week’s have-at-it was transforming these mushrooms that look like fattened-up rods into scallops. So
My love for watching cooking shows started with my love affair with The French Chef (aka Julia Child) back in the early 1960’s. I would race home to catch an episode on PBS at every opportunity. I loved her juxtaposition of
I started watching the Jazzy Vegetarian shortly after the first air date back in September 2011. I was immediately taken in by Laura Theodore’s effervescent personality, and easy-to-prepare recipes. Oh, and one of my favorite musical genres is jazz.
One of my favorite childhood food memories is when my Russian Godmother, my Aunt Dot (famous for her amazing Fruit Cake) would make the most mouth-watering potato cheese pierogis and cabbage pierogis. They were absolutely addictive. One thousand was not enough and one was
Unexpected company just arrived, and you need a quick, yet elegant, dessert to rustle up? No worries. This Chocolate Mousse recipe has you covered, using items that you might well have in your pantry and fridge.
Nothing says I love you like Mostly-Raw Devilishly-Dark Chocolate Cake Truffles!
These quick and easy treats are absolutely delicious and decadent – prefect when you need to impress that special someone. Dark chocolate cake truffles are a surefire winner and they take practically no time at