Category Archives: Grub

Vegan Fantasy Fudge

Growing up, my mom made the most delicious fudge. In fact, it was one of the few chocolate things I can remember that I actually liked, but it had to be my mom’s. Other fudge I found distasteful at best. … Continue reading

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Mofo 2010: Walnut Tempeh Scramble

See, I love breakfast. I’ll eat it for any meal and I’d much rather go out for breakfast than dinner.  When I was still in California, we went to breakfast as a family every Sunday and it’s a tradition I … Continue reading

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Mofo 2010: Cuban Black Beans

I can’t believe we’re already a week in Vegan Mofo and I haven’t gotten one post up. Sigh. Between making actual progress on my dissertation, grading, and the destructive force of a particular 23 pound toddler, I simply haven’t made … Continue reading

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Fried Green Tomato BLT

>I had fried green tomatoes one time. I was in New Orleans and newly vegan and I was meeting a group of people at a restaurant that had exactly one vegetarian thing on the menu (but, happily, there was plenty … Continue reading

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Bean Butt

>It’s no secret that Eames is a prodigious eater. Aspen remarked more than once than he eats more than she does. When I pick him up from the neighbors, Kathy basically tells me that he ate. A lot. For the … Continue reading

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Lemony Mint Ricotta-Stuffed Squash Blossoms

>Besides enjoying a few hours with friends, there are two definite advantages to spending time Saturday night and Sunday morning preparing a big brunch: 1) the house, or at least the main floor, gets cleaned, and 2) there are lots … Continue reading

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Refried Beans

>Let me put this bluntly: I love refried beans. And, while I don’t mind using canned ones for adding to burritos and whatnot, I would never eat them straight. Canned refrieds just don’t cut it. After hearing a lot of … Continue reading

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