Gelato and Sorbet are everywhere in Italy and Turin is no exception. The Torinese are known for having a sweet tooth, so it should come as no surprise that we have tried some delightfully exquisite gelatos, sorbets and granitas during our summer in Turin. You must keep in mind that not all sorbets are . . .
Summer is nearly ending, but the Farmer' Market is always packed with interesting ingredients especially in Northern Italy. So far in Oregon and Northern Italy we have discovered and tried slender Japanese shishito peppers, furry Lion's Mane mushrooms, Pink Oyster mushrooms, vibrant zucchini flowers, sweet Italian frying peppers and bitter Treviso raddicchio. One of . . .
Our time here in Torino is nearly up, just one more week until we return to the U.S for a little bit and I can’t wait to share some our vegan Italian deliciousness on the blog. I’m going to miss Torino, it has been one of the most comfortable cities we've visited in Europe and . . .
When I spotted a wooden crate of fresh tarragon at the Farmer’s Market in Oregon, my eyes lit up and I had to quickly snatch some. It was one of the many beautiful local ingredients I worked with back in Paris a few months ago that I just don’t see all too often in . . .
An enthusiastic traveller and a trained chef who has lived in Oregon and abroad, Erica from Bubble Child is sharing one of her nut-free, gluten-free and vegan recipes with Vegan Miam. She recently discovered our blog because of our common interests and familiar locality and I was happy to connect with a kind-hearted food blogger . . .
We had a bit of a heat wave in the Northwest few weeks ago and that meant I felt like having loads of cold vegan ice cream and frozen desserts, but the idea of making my own vegan ice cream and/or frozen dessert that is gluten-free, soy-free and grain-free sounded even more appetizing than some . . .