Category Archive: Vegan

Indian Veggie Curry

I’m on a new health kick with some of my coworkers and friends, and part of it involves really cooking enough to feed myself during the week. This massive curry which I sort… Continue reading

Caramelized Pears

Dinner party dessert! This Southern Living cookbook is really amazing. They have everything divided by season in terms of what’s available (albeit in the south) but it means that when I choose a… Continue reading

Braised Fennel and Leeks

This was the second course of my friends dinner, and it was pretty good except this definitely is a side dish and I didn’t put it on the side of anything, so it… Continue reading

Asparagus Soup with Coconut Milk

I bought asparagus and then on a whim decided to defrost some soup stock, so then I needed a way to use them together. I found this recipe from Bitter Sweet which I… Continue reading

Adult Ants-on-a-Log

I’m assuming everyone grew up with the traditional of this – peanut butter and raisins on celery – or maybe that was just a Midwest thing? Either way, this grown-up version is awesome:… Continue reading

Sweet Potato, Kale, and Split Pea Soup

This was delicious, and beautiful, but also a lesson in reading ingredients: the recipe from Dough Eyed Girls calls for a can of diced tomatoes, and when I was putting the can into… Continue reading

Double Cauliflower and Arugula Soup

I don’t know about you all, but I have been eating a lot of crap this holiday season, and I wanted to make something with a lot of vegetables to sort of cleanse… Continue reading

Pumpkin Black Bean Soup

This soup was super easy and delicious, and perfect for when it’s cold out and you’re just feeling tired. I got the original recipe from Smitten Kitchen, and here’s how it went down:… Continue reading

Eggnog Oatmeal Pudding

I was supposed to bring something for our office holiday party, and all I’d said was that I’d bring something with cardamom (I have this pretty cardamom that I’ve barely used!). But when… Continue reading

Brooklyn Snow Cone

This is a take-off of what we used to do all the time when I was a kid in Minneapolis: Make snow cones out of freshly fallen snow! You don’t have as many… Continue reading