This is the marinara sauce I used on that deee-licious meat-ish balls wrap the other day. Mushroom marinara sauce is not E approved, because it has mushrooms, and mushrooms are on E’s Forbidden Foods list. But this month, we’re going our separate ways in the kitchen. I’m vegan, he’s not. I’ve learned a lot during […]
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What do you call ramps that you have dug out of the trash because you accidentally threw away the good parts? Re-foraged ramps!
Forgive me for not posting yesterday, I was a bit busy.
photo credit: The Pioneer Woman I saw this on The Pioneer Woman’s web site, and it made me want to lick my screen. I like the rich black bean base, coupled with warm melted Swiss or Monterey Jack cheese on top. I also love that Ree Drummond made this for her husband the day after […]
While E is away, the girl who likes alfalfa sprouts, kale and raw avocado will play.
Boy, am I thankful E and I take the subway together.
I’ve been grocery shopping for three days trying to assemble all of the ingredients for sandwich 250. Three days! And after trips to four grocery stores, this morning I still realized I forgot something. What could I use for a vegetarian A to Z sandwich for the letter ‘L’?
In the drab days of winter, I have to remind myself to create my own sunshine.
When someone calls you names—own it!
The weekends are for slowing things down.
Our Fourth of July—also known as my birthday—was country fabulous.
E and I are planning a trip to Miami in a few weeks, partly for work, partly for play. This will involve time on the beach in very little clothing, which will expose parts of our body that may not be in the tightest form.
Rating: Lumps and bumps. They come up every so often. Sometimes they’re caused by falls or accidents. Sometimes they’re caused by disease. I had one. It confused me. It confused my doctors. It freaked me the eff out.
According to E and I, a burrito counted as a sandwich. Simple math, people: Burrito= Wrap. Wrap=sandwich. Breakfast burritos were supposed to be easy. But it all went haywire when I started cooking.