Posts tagged food
Posts tagged food
Like peanut butter? Us too. How about chocolate? Or cookie dough? Cool, us too. Which is why we implore you to make these vegan Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookie Dough Cupcakes. Click here or above the recipe.
I can personally attest to this.
The Back to School
…because we’re back at school.
In the spirit of fall, witness the butternut squash, chives, rosemary, Jarlesburg and sourdough creation of glory.
2/2 people agree!
Friend 1: “This is the best grilled cheese I’ve ever had.”
Friend 2: “This is good. It tastes like soup.”
Honestly, as sourdough is the perfect grilling bread, there really wasn’t a part of this sandwich I would change. We baked the butternut squash first and then just added small bites to the sliced cheese, chopped chives and rosemary. I’d never had Jarlesburg before, but it was a great light swiss that complimented the sweetness of the squash perfectly (note: I want to vomit at the pretentiousness of that statement, but it’s TRUE.) Grilled in butter and not mayo, it’s a simple, sweater-weather-and-changing-leaves-ready meal.
Love and sandwiches that taste like soup,
P.S. If you take nothing else from this, just rosemary all of the things.
The recipe for these Raw Vegan Cookie Dough Bites comes from a surprising source—not a vegan blog or recipe site, but the Phoenix New Times! Click here for the recipe, and don’t blame us if they’re all gobbled us in seconds.
BBQ Portobello Mushroom Sliders
Challah at this 3,000 calorie gem.
Two reasons for this:
- As a vegetarian, dessert is the best thing ever times a million because my ordering possibilities are limitless.
- Challah bread is like a braided, buttery cloud upon which I hope all of heaven sits.
This is a grilled cheese that pushes the accepted, limited definition as a meeting of all things great: mascarpone, Nutella and strawberries on french toast.
French toast is one of the easiest breakfast bloaters to make and is a brunching favorite of mine. The quick and dirty proportion I favor for the dipping, eggy mixture thing is 4 eggs, 2/3 cup of milk, generous cinnamon sprinklings, magic. Just make sure you let the challah slurp it all up because it’s a super dense bread that can take it. That sentence sort of disturbs me, but whatever.
In keeping with the rules, I grilled the sandwich after assembled, but that made the Nutella and mascarpone REALLY melty. Don’t say I told you this, but I think you could skip that part.
So, in all, things this sandwich is not:
- A good date food
Unless licking Nutella off each others’ faces is something you and your significant other are into (and in that case, I can’t say I blame you).
- A complete meal
I paired mine with Morning Star sausage because I am obviously so health conscious and needed my protein.
- A grilled cheese
Surprise! This is blasphemous, but I think this just would’ve been better with the mascarpone and Nutella as a spread only. Essentially, if you take nothing else away from this post, may you always make your french toast challah because it really doesn’t matter what you put on it - shit is delicious regardless.
Might not want to watch in public.
Cucumber Avocado spring rolls.
Loaded Thai Sweet Potatoes – Click the pic to see the recipe
Lots of food pictures coming up because I’m super hungry and my dinner isn’t ready yet.