Without question, one of the biggest eating days of the year has got to be Thanksgiving (if you live in the United States and celebrate that kind of thing anyway). The problem with huge eating days of any kind is that they rarely start off with a reasonable breakfast or pre-face stuffing meal. All too many people wait out the day for the inevitable feast to come and then they stuff themselves, completely unprepared. I…"The Wonders of a Spanish Tortilla (with Tomato Cream Hollandaise)"
Seriously, as soon as the fall weather starts to set in, there’s really nothing better then roasting whole large pieces of meat (says the guy who just posted a vegan recipe). There’s just something about a comforting roast that warms the heart, mind, and soul in a way that’s not only self fulfilling, but it also has the fantastic ability to bring people together. While I don’t really have any set recipe for a roast…"Roast Beef: Tis the Season for Roasting Meats"
This is a little recipe that I came up with a while back for the folks over at the Herbivorous Butcher and for those of you who don’t know who or what they are, they’re the countries first ever vegan butcher shop. SAY WHA?!?! I know, some of you will insist that there’s no such thing as a ‘vegan butcher shop’ and some will insist that it’s a ridiculous idea, but instead I insist to all…"Vegan Polenta with Bacon, Garlic Pepper Havarti and Tomato Jam [Herbivorous Butcher Repost]"
In case you haven’t figured this out for yourself yet, summer tomatoes are the absolute best. Forget winter tomatoes, or spring tomatoes; summer tomatoes are where it’s at. Their sweetness is incredible, especially when you’re dealing with the old school heirloom varieties and I do promise you, there is a distinct difference when it comes to flavor. Don’t let their awkward appearance pull one over on you because they’re WAY more flavorful and delicious than…"An Ode to Sexy Summer Tomatoes; Spicy Gazpacho"