An Introduction to Vegan Meal Planning

If you’re looking for a how-to guide for meal planning, chances are you’re not a fan of meal planning, but understand that it could make your life a little easier. I absolutely love meal planning! And basically every other type of planning that exists. I know that I am not in the majority in this… Read More

Vegan Menu Labeling: an easy way to get new customers in the door

I intended to write a post detailing the world of benefits that come from clear vegan menu labeling (and vegetarian!)…however, while doing research I stumbled across this post that does such a great job of storytelling on the issue that I want to share. Please check out the original at I’ve included a small excerpt below.

Coconut Strawberry Basil Sherbet

This recipe has the refreshing qualities of an icy sorbet, and the creaminess of ice cream – making it sort of like sherbet! I made it with the intention of making ice cream, but really there’s not enough creamy fatness in the ingredients I used to be “ice cream”. I’ve heard that people use bananas,… Read More

Coconut Curry Chocolate Chunk Cookies

These cookies are like regular chocolate chip cookies, but for Adults™! I modeled this recipe off Isa Chandra’s Rosemary Chocolate Chip Cookies, which I highly recommend trying. I’ve made several variations of this recipe, and loved them all.

Tofu “BK Chicken Fries”

When I was in high school, during band camp lunch breaks my friends and I walked over to Burger King. After realizing the salads had as many calories as anything else on the menu, I just ate “chicken fries” every day. Chicken fries are a very strange “food” item which are basically what they sound… Read More

Gravy: The Nectar of Life

 I’m a firm believer that gravy is a food group necessary in every diet. Being from Indiana, I grew up with many meals covered in gravy. It makes me feel at home. I always loved waking up on weekend mornings to the smell of biscuits and gravy 

Stuffed Squash Blossoms

Spring is here! That means flowers are blooming – some of which are edible. In my hometown there is an outdoor Saturday farmers’ market from March – November. Due to high demand, in the middle of summer there is also a Tuesday market. Today was the first day of the Tuesday market, I had to visit!