Author Archives: Lachesis

Food For Lovers Queso & Teese Nacho Cheese Sauce

I’ve been neglecting my blog again, but not out of choice. The problem is my photos. I have plenty of windows in my house, but absolutely no place where I can get decent lighting for photos. I don’t get any … Continue reading

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The Real Alfredo by Lachesis

This recipe has been floating around the web since I first posted it in 2008 (I’m amazed to see how many blogs it has ended up on and how many people have made it!), so I figured I should put … Continue reading

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Popcorn Chick’n (Popcorn Chickpea Cutlets)

I’ve been pretty much obsessed with the chickpea cutlets from Veganomicon.  I think I’ve made them about four times in the last week or so alone.  All that frying…holy cow. Yeah, I could’ve baked them or even baked them and … Continue reading

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The Bombing of the Cookbook Challenge, et al.

Well, clearly I bombed the cookbook challenge.  I just started graduate school and cooking because I “had to” started to become a heavy weight on my chest, so I just stopped.  I haven’t updated the blog because I figured I … Continue reading

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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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