this saturday, we made it out to the farmer’s market (which i rarely do. so early! so far!) and got soo much delicious, rad, seasonal, local produce. i used a bit of everything i bought in this dish. there’s a great mushrooms stand where you can get a mixed bag of portobellos, criminis, oyster, portabellini and enochi. this recipe calls for 3 kinds of mushrooms because i had them, but feel free to use crimini […]
so this tasty bread is based closely on a recipe here from Smitten Kitchen, but changed up a teeny bit (added a few things, made it vegan, y’know, the usual). it’s half fancy pull apart bread and half cheesey onion poppyseed buns from Gunn’s bakery in Winnipeg. DOUGH 4 tbsp earth balance butter 1/4 c. plus 1/3 c. dark beer 2 1/2 c. unbleached flour + more for rolling out 1/3 c. rye flour 2 tbsp brown […]
it would seem that you can bake perfectly delicious baked onion rings! delicious onion rings, no deep-fry danger. in fact, you will realize it is TOO EASY and start making onion rings to eat in bed at midnight. ONIONS 2 big onions BATTER 1 tbsp flour 1/3 c. almond milk 1 1/2 tsp egg replacer and 2 tsp water COATING 3/4 c. bread crumbs 1/8 c. nutritional yeast spices you want: chili, dried garlic, paprika, […]
when you have the most leftover bok choy, and you don’t want to make another stir-fry, make pot stickers! i know that cauliflower seems like a weird thing to put in this, but it worked. DOUGH 1 c flour (and more for dusting and rolling out) 1/2 c. hot water mix water slowly into the flour. once it’s mixed, knead dough until smooth (5 minutes). let rest in a bowl, covered with a damp towel. […]
cherry tomatoes from the garden, sliced, with black pepper, basil and good salt. IS THIS A RECIPE? NOT REALLY. sometimes i put it on a bagel and call it breakfast.