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Virtual Vegan Potluck: Mitarashi Dango (Sweet Glazed Japanese Skewered Rice Dumplings)



Good afternoon from Melbourne! We’ve only been here a few days but it’s been absolutely lovely so far! Today is the fifth Virtual Vegan Potluck (December 13, 2014) and this is my third time participating in the VVP in the Appetizer course. It is a one day event that brings participating food bloggers together


Petits Sablés à la Crème de Marron (Petite Shortbread with Chestnut Cream)



I love eating cookies but I rarely think to make cookies. I’m not entirely sure why, but it probably has to do with the fact that I would likely end up eating half of the batch all on my own. Fortunately Kristy and the 3rd Annual Keepin' It Kind Vegan Cookie Swap Party motivated me


Japanese Fried Rice with Edamame and Hijiki



I hope everyone had a FAB Thanksgiving! Did you celebrate Thanksgiving? Was it easy to celebrate it with omnivores? It's a nice time of year to be around family but it can be a stressful and challenging time of year for many. We had a splendid Thanksgiving feast this year, we had a vegan Thanksgiving


Miso-Harissa Delicata and Edamame Dill Rice



Fall is one of my favorite times to be in the kitchen. I love the produce this time of year, not least of all the lovely varieties of winter squash. Delicata squash, with its thin edible skin, is one of my personal favorites. Versatile, easy to prepare, and a long life off the vine and


Japanese Kabocha Curry



Ever since I got back from our last trip I’ve been working on perfecting one of my favorite dishes. My Japanese Curry recipe has always been a favorite, but with winter upon us and squash season in full swing I decided to make an alteration and replace potatoes with kabocha squash. With the sweet and


Indian Tacos with Almost Frybread



Visit any powwow in America and you’ll likely find frybread and Indian Tacos. They are just as much a part of the modern powwow culture as dancing and drumming. For those who aren’t familiar with frybread, the name is self-explanatory since it is literally just a fried bread. Made from a dough that includes a