Eating different-colored foods is fun. No, I’m not talking about neon-hued goldfish crackers. I’m talking about the really cool colors that actual food comes in. Most kids I know love to pick between red and orange bell peppers. LP’s favorite part of our winter farmer’s market is selecting purple carrots. When the G-man was growing … More Recipe: BLUE cornbread!
As the neighborhood vegans, we often get food from neighbors who bought it for one recipe, and then don’t want to use the rest of it. We’ve been given 1/2 blocks of tofu, loads of greens from people’s gardens, and most recently, carrot juice! Well, the carrot juice languished in our fridge for a while, … More Monday Munchies: Carrot Raisin Muffins
Being a vegan parent has been relatively easy so far. Well, at least the vegan part. Sure, I’ve had to educate our pediatrician a bit, and occasionally we go on playdates where I have to make sure LP doesn’t eat Cheez-its or Go-gurt. But, for the most part, we just tell people that we’re vegan … More Vegan kiddo goes to school
This summer salad is an excelling pot luck dish, barbeque side or even just something to have around for lunches and dinners. It is adapted from a lentil-bulgur salad recipe from the Moosewood Cookbook. I make ours with quinoa because we don’t usually have bulgur lying around, but we always have quinoa on hand! Also, … More Monday Munchies: Lentil Quinoa Salad