Monthly Archives: June 2012

Vegetarian Moussaka Stacks

You know, just your classic stewed meat and eggplant pie doused in béchamel sauce. But vegetarian. Advertisements

The Vegetarian’s Philly Cheesesteak

…looks a little different. Maybe you noticed? There’s something about making something famously very not-vegetarian into something very vegetarian that gets me ridiculously stoked. This is one of those moments where I am stoked. The first and only time I’ve been to Philadelphia was for a science competition when I was 10 for a project […]

All Aboard the Overnight Oats Bandwagon

Remember that time everyone and their French Mastiff was eating Overnight Oats? And that time was now? And how did your French Mastiff put the lid on his jar without thumbs? He’s a she? Oh. Oh God.

Deli-ish Salad: Spicy Eggless Tofu Salad

You can go back to sleep once you realize you’ve gotten ready two hours too early for work, but you’re completely dressed and adorable and ready to go. No dice. (You look so cute today, ps.) You can watch tv, but you’ve seen enough episodes of the Today Show to kill lesser women. So what’s […]

Sweet and Savory Breakfast II: Peanut Butter and Jamlet

  There is a thin line separating creativity and stupidity. I’m straddling it. Delicately. A week ago or so, I clicked on a link titled “Peanut Butter Eggs,” anxiously awaiting some peanut butter. On some eggs. Because my brain works in a fun way. What I got instead was peanut butter in a chocolate shell. You […]

Spiced Grown-Up Muffins

For the first time in my life, I have to commute to work. A brief walk, 35 minutes on the subway, a briefer walk. There’s a train change in there too. There’s also a lot of avoidance of sticky things on seats, floors, railings, and other people. There are so many sticky things. But mostly […]

Quiche of the Week: Kimchiche

Quiches have a few constants. Eggs. Cheese. Some more cheese and eggs. And then there’s Chinese food, which has its own invariable qualities. The most important one being that Chinese food would taste good even if you were eating it from a dirty shoe. It would not taste good, however, if there was also cheese […]

Vegan Crispy Shredded “Beef” Spring Rolls

Do you ever just always all the time every waking minute more often than not want some Crispy Shredded Beef from a Chinese restaurant? I definitely don’t. Nope. Not sure what gave you that impression. I lied.

Red Cabbage and Veggie Slaw

Just a quicky salad-y slaw recipe to get you through the day and aid you in the constructing of your Crispy Shredded “Beef” Spring Rolls. I adapted this recipe from Vegetarian Times to reflect the things I had in my fridge, the thing I bought at the farmer’s market today, and my utter refusal to have […]

Quiche of the Week: Greek Salad and Pizza

Greek salads are my favorite salads. What’s not to like? They’re salty, crispy, cheesy, and ever so healthy when done right. But you know what Greek salads are typically missing? Copious amounts of eggs and seitan “chicken.” And I don’t know about you, but I would like my Greek salad better if it included something-I-can’t-put-my-finger-on-but-is-probably-the-sun dried-tomatoes-oil […]



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