Early last fall, our good friends Nick & Liz friends had heard about the Beyond Burger from Beyond Meat and were very curious to try it. Having tried the Impossible Burger, they wanted to see how the Beyond Burger compared. We happily told them to come over for a Burger Brunch. This coincided with their needing a dog sitter to watch their sweet little Sandy while they went away for the night. As Sandy is one of the few dogs that our Riley likes, we were more than happy to host her for the night. With that all settled, Ethan and I needed to figure out what to serve with the burgers. In stead of making French Fries, I thought potato chips would be a better a idea. Sure, we could have just run to the grocery store and picked up a bag of any one of a wide variety of chips,
In her latest cookbook, Veganize It!, Robin Robertson shows us how to easily make vegan versions of non-vegan food.
There is a dual inspiration for this Beefless Stew. First, Miyoko Schinner’s unsteak recipe begged me to make it into a stew and second, Ethan’s Bubby. We were going to make dinner for her birthday and as it was February in Albany, NY, we wanted something hearty, like Beefless Stew.
Our soy curl shwarma is a vegan version of a falafel restaurant staple. It has all the flavor of old fashioned shwarma, but we’ve updated it to make it vegan.
Candle 79 located on Manhattan’s upper east side has been the standard bearer for vegan fine dining for over 13 years.
These Strawberry French Toast Roll Ups are easy to make, a great change from ordinary French Toast, and are sure to get you a “WOW!” when you bring them to the table.
Next time you are having company over, or just planning a Netflix and Chill weekend, whip of a batch of our Sweet and Salty Snack Mix.
This easy vegetable soup is one of the quickest and easiest recipes I have ever made.
Ethan veganized his family’s Cholent with Helzel recipe and now we can enjoy one of his favorite childhood dishes anytime we want. This hearty, slow cooked stew is truly good old-fashioned Jewish comfort food.