Last year in Bangkok we dined at Nahm, a restaurant consistently ranked among the world’s best. And while we still consider the small market stalls and street vendors in Thailand to offer the best experiences and the most authentic and traditional Thai flavors, Nahm was a welcome change of pace during our stay. The attention to . . .
As a long-time fan, follower and reader of Kathy Patalsky’s vegan food blog Healthy.Happy.Life. and popular vegan recipe community Finding Vegan; I know she has a knack for making healthy, delicious and inventive vegan recipes. And since there’s always room in my life for another stunning cookbook (even if there isn’t room on my bookshelves . . .
A number of iconic images spring to mind when Swedish cuisine is mentioned, none of which are likely to be vegan however. From a cuisine that is rich in meat, seafood, dairy and eggs; we’re delighted to have a guest blogger sharing her veganized versions of some Swedish classics. Sweden based Australian food blogger, healthy . . .
I am excited to welcome the lovely Margaret Chapman from The Plant Strong Vegan. I was drawn to her site through her beautiful and ever so popular instagram account where she’s attracted more than 100k followers. Her vegan food photography is simply stunning and her blog comprises a combination of plant-based recipes and vegan lifestyle . . .
It’s May, the seasons are changing and it’s just about time for the blueberries to hit the market. The berry season is one of my favorite things about being in Oregon over the summer months and one of the reasons I look forward to returning to Oregon soon. Sitting here craving those ripe, juicy and . . .
Melbourne is a creative and inspiring city with a flourishing vegan scene. At the epicenter of it all is the vibrant Brunswick Street in Fitzroy (1.5 miles from the CBD); in addition to Smith & Daughters, The Cruelty Free Shop, Vegie Bar and Lord of the Fries there are a number of other smaller, newer . . .