Come on people, we all occasionally eat junk. I’m just being honest about it. This is what I ate the other weekend, in bed, while watching Neflix. Annie’s organic Mac & Cheese (at least it wasn’t Kraft) topped with crunchy vegan bacos and a healthy number of pickled jalapenos. I probably dumped some hot sauce on it, too. Gross, right? But it was sooo good. Continue reading Junk: Mac & Cheese, with Bacos and Jalapenos
Another winning recipe from Super Natural everyday, this quick dinner involves soaking the mung beans ahead of time (canned would be way to mushy). If you’re not familiar with mung beans, you can usually buy them at a co-op or whole foods, and they also make great sprouts! If you start soaking them in the morning and they are still too hard by evening, just … Continue reading Pan-fried mung beans with Tempeh
How is it that I’ve never talked about the Fu Wah Tofu Hoagie? Famous through West Philadelphia, this is no bahn mi – it’s made on a soft, short hoagie roll, not a crispy french baguette. In between those soft buns nestles sweet soy marinated tofu, pickled carrots and daikon, dressed with siracha, fresh cilantro and jalapeno peppers, all for under $4. I like to … Continue reading Fu Wah Tofu Hoagie
My trusty Macbook Air is down for the count, taking with it all of this month’s food photos that it was in the process of backing up to my Picasa account. Oh no! Hopefully I’ll be back soon, with all the things I want to share with you! Continue reading Computer Down!
Local 44 has a great beer selection, but in the past, I found their menu a lacking – a little too bar munchie. While they still sway towards comfort food, they’ve really upped their meal game, and like the other restaurants owned by this duo (Resurrection Ale House, Memphis Taproom) there are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. AND a dedicated brunch menu – hurray! … Continue reading Shirred Tofu at Local 44
What a long, strange trip it’s been. In the last month I’ve traveled to Indiana, New Orleans, Berlin, Michigan and Ohio, and I’ve made good friends with the Detroit airport. Needless to say, I’m behind. But I promise to catch up fast, both with my travels and with some of the delicious spring lunches and dinners I’ve been enjoying. A few weeks ago I received … Continue reading Dilled Green Beans with Seitan