Today is the fourth Virtual Vegan Potluck or VVP (November 16, 2013) and this is my second time participating in the VVP in the Appetizer course. It is a one day event that brings participating food bloggers together to share a cruelty-free and animal-free virtual potluck from appetizers to desserts. The greatest gratitude goes to
I have spent the past week cleaning, unpacking and organizing stuff and making different vegan mac and cheese dishes; at some point I will stop making them after my upcoming Philadelphia trip. I always longed for mac and cheese and the ingredient nutritional yeast whilst traveling. Nutritional yeast wasn’t a popular ingredient in Buenos Aires.
I just got back from Argentina and guess what I ate after being overseas for 3 months? A vegan & gluten-free frozen meal: Amy's Rice Macaroni & Cheeze. November is going to be a crazy busy month for us - Philly in a week, Seattle in 2 weeks, and a few Portland trips and of
It was early summery morning and the smell of frying rice and white pepper woke me up. My maternal grandmother (I call her 'Ah Ma' 外媽) came to visit me and I remember Ah-Ma making it a few times. Her fried rice was one of my favorite childhood dishes, sometimes she would use ketchup in
Update 09/11/2013: I deeply apologize for not specifying the "add water" measurement in step 2. I'm getting used to the new recipe plug-in. It should be 4 cups water! For the curry powder, you can use any of the following: 1. S & B Oriental Curry Powder (available at Asian supermarkets or Amazon.com) 2. I used Morton &
Just like our Rica bowl with Lentil Stew, Miso-Mustard Tofu + Patacones we frequently made one of our favorite vegan & gluten-free stews with just a few ingredients and no kitchen appliances: Fagioli All’Uccelletta. It is a Tuscan white bean stew in a tomato sauce. I posted the recipe this August, view here. The stew
Today marks our 5th week in downtown Buenos Aires. We will be moving to a different neighborhood near "Palermo" in a few days which also means major packing. Despite the lack of kitchen appliances, we managed to cook and eat pretty well, if not a bit simple, in Buenos Aires. Sometimes it can be nice
I am in the mood to title my post in Spanish and to be honest, I miss Spain. I was 10 years old when I began learning Spanish and completed IB Spanish (International Baccalaureate). Oi, 8 years, and I am not brave enough to speak Spanish in some countries and still don't remember my grammars!