Sweet & sour tofu bites are quick, easy, and simple to make. All you need is a frying pan, oil, tofu, salt, pepper, and any other desired seasoning. This versatile dish can be eaten on its own as a snack or meal, or added as a side dish to rice, vegetables, and so on. This… Continue reading Recipe: Sweet & sour tofu bites
Recipe: Lazy DIY Vegan Pizza
This is a super easy recipe that also happens to be healthy and vegan! Although you don't have to be vegan to enjoy it -- you can also make it non-vegan if you want! Ingredients: 2 slices of breadTomato sauceNutritional yeast(optional) extra spices & toppings Step 1: Slather your bread with tomato sauce! Step 2:… Continue reading Recipe: Lazy DIY Vegan Pizza
Try-it Tuesday ~ Mead (Honey Wine) Recipe
Mead is an alcohol made from fermented honey and water. Its nickname is "honey wine" because it has many similarities to wine, such as similar alcohol content, however is distinct from wine itself. Mead is possibly the oldest type of alcohol known to man, even older than beer and wine, with evidence of its use… Continue reading Try-it Tuesday ~ Mead (Honey Wine) Recipe
Halloween Recipe ~ Irish Griddle Cakes
The history of pancakes can be traced back to over 30,000 years ago, during the stone age! The ancient Greeks and Romans truly enjoyed their pancakes, which have also been connected to Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas -- all over the world! Pancakes are not only tasty, but connect us with all cultures from the… Continue reading Halloween Recipe ~ Irish Griddle Cakes
Halloween Recipe ~ Soul Cakes
Soul cakes are rich cookies that have been used traditionally by the British and Irish during the Middle Ages on Halloween. As children and the poor would go door-to-door in hopes of money or blessings, many homes would give out soul cakes. This is where the origin of trick-or-treating came from. Soul cakes have even… Continue reading Halloween Recipe ~ Soul Cakes
Try-it Tuesday ~ EAT BRAINS!
Why eat candy when you can eat brains? All you need is 2 packs of Jell-O, a brain mold, and your imagination... Brain is the best part of the body to eat. It has a nice, soft texture and an impeccable sweetness to it. Delicious! Now I'm craving eyeballs...
I Tried… VEGAN EGGS!
Recently a new food product came out called "Just" -- a vegan substitute for eggs. That means, essentially, eggless eggs. I may not be vegan but I found myself so fascinated by this and decided to give it a try... I bought it at my local grocery store for $8 -- very pricey! It contains… Continue reading I Tried… VEGAN EGGS!
Halloween Recipe: Irish Griddle Cakes
Happy Halloween to everyone! The Irish have a tradition of making griddle cakes on the mornings of Samhain and All Soul's Day. These special pancakes are super thick and fluffy. They are fairly easy to make and only require a few amount of ingredients. Ingredients: 2 cups flour 3/4 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp salt… Continue reading Halloween Recipe: Irish Griddle Cakes
Halloween Recipe: Soul Cakes
Soul Cakes are small round cakes (more like cookies) that were traditionally used in medieval England on Halloween. The poor would go door-to-door that night and seek food, money, or prayers from the wealthy, and in return the poor would offer their own prayers. Often, people would hand out soul cakes to the poor. Soul… Continue reading Halloween Recipe: Soul Cakes
Recipe: Overnight Oats
I had been wanting to try overnight oats ever since I heard about them a few years back. They look so cute in those trendy mason jars on Pinterest. FINALLY, last night I decided to give it a shot. This recipe is extremely convenient for busy mornings. You can switch up the ingredients as you… Continue reading Recipe: Overnight Oats