Monthly Archives: January 2011

Week 3- Candle Cafe Cookbook (Sub for Urban Vegan)

Pumpkin Pudding Holy crap–three posts in one day!  Talk about playing catch up.  I’m actually kind of beat from cooking all morning.  I should have been doing homework, but this interested me a bit more than current literacy practices and … Continue reading

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Samosa Stuffed Baked Potatoes

I’m not sure if I liked these or not. I’m not a fan of Indian food, in general, and these seem Indian Foody…? It’s a bad pic, but I’ve been cooking all day (made three things from cookbooks for the … Continue reading

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Veganomicon White Bean Aioli

Oh. My. God.  This was so good.  I definitely added extra lemon juice and salt, but I could have just eaten this with a spoon.  It’s like classed-up hummus almost.  I used it as a dip for organic carrots.

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Cupcakes for Grown-Ups

Today I made chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting.  I didn’t take pics of any of them, except for one of the “special” cupcakes…just for adults….c’mon dirty hippies–you know the kind I’m talking about!  Usually this is done in brownie form, … Continue reading

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Snowy Tuesday, Cozy Kitchen, Food.

I only ended up doing two recipes last week from Appetite For Reduction, but that’s ok.  I’m aiming for two, but will try for three.  It’s a snowy, gray day and it made me want to spend good part of … Continue reading

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AFR- Creamy Mushroom Fettuccine

I plodded along in the kitchen making this one.  I wasn’t in the mood to cook or eat, but I’m already thinking I might have to go from three recipes a week to two, so either way I had to … Continue reading

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Soy Cappuccino

I wanted to cook another recipe from AFR today, but I was just too busy.  Instead, I bring you this: Look at all that lovely froth!  I use Soy Dream soymilk.  I find that it froths beautifully (unlike Silk which … Continue reading

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