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Vegan Sesame Chicken Wonton Soup & Saying ‘Good Bye’ to Mr. Spock

Vegan Sesame Chicken Wonton Soup & Saying ‘Good Bye’ to Mr. Spock

Today’s post is long. So very very long. I wanted to post this recipe for Chinese New Year. This recipe really is a very special soup we made using Upton’s Naturals NEW chicken seitan product (that is hitting stores this week) and I was eager to […]

Artichoke & White Bean Hummus

Artichoke & White Bean Hummus

So here’s a little known fact about us… we live in the same neighborhood as infamously awkward hipster heartthrob (?)* Michael Cera. You might know him from such cinema masterpieces as Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Juno or the television opus Arrested Development. We […]

Vegan Fish & Chips Tacos with Sriracha Tartar Sauce

Vegan Fish & Chips Tacos with Sriracha Tartar Sauce

So here’s a funny thing about humans*… we like distractions from reality. In the beginning we had myths and numerous religions to explain our existence and give meaning to our wars and struggle.  We then moved to songs, theatre, poetry, books and then movies. Eventually […]

Vegan Bacon Ranch Smashed Potatoes

Vegan Bacon Ranch Smashed Potatoes

There’s some funny stuff that happens when you’re home alone with a baby. There’s the one-sided conversations about healthcare in America and the reading of articles about how you’re baby probably already knows Chinese even if they can’t speak yet. You could find yourself wondering […]

The Betty Crocker Project: Bourbon Buffalo Chick-Pea Pockets with Vegan Ranch Dipping Sauce

The Betty Crocker Project: Bourbon Buffalo Chick-Pea Pockets with Vegan Ranch Dipping Sauce

When you become a mom – you can’t help but want to share everything with your little peanut. You might find yourself talking to a sleeping 3 month old in penguin pajamas about why it’s important to go to college or why perms are almost […]

Simple Sweet Potato & Sage Tarts

Simple Sweet Potato & Sage Tarts

November is a funny time for food. On one hand you have an internet flooded with fabulous fall-themed family-style recipes and lots of Thanksgiving showstoppers* that can inspire even the biggest kitchen-phobes to dust off their pots and pans and on the other hand you […]