Amey and Kittee and I led a workshop about zines at Vida Vegan Con 2013, and it was great fun—both the planning and the execution of—but I wanted to follow up with a very quick post about my process of … Continue reading
On Sunday afternoon, after several hours of intense yard work, I staggered into the kitchen, low blood sugar and ravenous, and there was only one I wanted to eat. Biscuits. Specifically, I wanted biscuits which were crunchy on the bottom … Continue reading
Whew. There you have it, friends: 30 vegan Christmas cookies and treats, all with recipes. There is a little something for everybody here: drop cookies, cut-outs, bars, balls, no bake recipes, stocking stuffers, party food, cocktails, even Christmas breakfast recipes. … Continue reading
I almost always make these Breakfast Sausages when I have 2-3 recipes going at once, because while the prep work is minimal, they do involve a lot of waiting around: waiting around while the onions caramelize, waiting around while the … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! I can’t think of a better way to round up a month of vegan Christmas treats than with a couple of recipes for Christmas morning. We make Nog French Toast every Christmas morning using a recipe not unlike … Continue reading
I’m sharing two of my favorite holiday cocktails today: Crockpot Mulled Wine and Nog for One. For more Christmas cocktails, see An Evening of Holiday Drinks at The Cocktail Chronicles (if you like your libations fancy) or Food and Wine’s … Continue reading
Now that you have a huge variety of vegan Christmas cookie recipes from which to choose…it’s party time! I like to have plenty of savory foods and fresh vegetables on hand at my cookie parties, because—and I know this may … Continue reading
Yes, another cereal mix! You need a savory to balance out the sweet, you guys! I’ve made the Herbed Cashew Snack Mix for the past few years with a few minor tweaks: instead of 1/2 teaspoon dried tarragon, I use … Continue reading
I love this variation on the classic spicy pecan: Five-Spice Pecan from epicurious. I’m a sucker for any recipe which uses five spice; I might try it with my favorite holiday spice blend, Garam Masala, as well.
I can’t wait to try this corn-syrup-free caramel corn recipe!