Tofu Tacos with Citrus Slaw and Chipotle Sour Cream

It’s spring in Minnesota! And we do appreciate our springs. This year spring is especially joyful for me because I’m finishing my Master’s degree in May. The end is so so close! I have a long list of things I plan to do with all the time I’ll not be spending doing homework. One of [...]

CSA Week 2: Green Curry

One of my very best friends just moved back to Minnesota from California. And, since I haven’t started Summer classes, I actually had a little time to spend with him, so I invited him over for dinner and whipped up some green curry. Our beer pairing was Bell’s Oberon Ale, and we followed the whole [...]

Weekly Food: Chickpea Curry & Peanut Noodles

Sadly, I didn’t get any pictures of our food last week. Nonetheless, it was tasty, easy-to-make stuff, and I did learn an important lesson: turmeric-laden foods are best eaten attentively, especially when one’s skirt is dry clean only. Recipe 1: Chickpea Curry I found this recipe over at a blog called Vegetarian Perspective thanks to [...]

Weekly Food: Quinoa, Broccoli & Cheese Casserole and Vegan Pad Thai

Hmm. It looks like I’m way behind on my April posts. It’s crunch time for homework these days, so it’s been hard to blog after spending all day at work on my computer & all evening doing homework on my computer. Rest assured, though, that Sara and I have not missed a meal. In fact, [...]

Weekly Food: Falafel and Pho

The much-anticipated festivities for Sara’s birthday begin this week. It’s a pretty big deal, so we chose two dishes that don’t take a lot of time to make. Up first: falafel Falafel is one thing I refuse to make from a box/mix, because it’s so easy and tastes so much better homemade. I’ve been trying [...]

Weekly Food: Samosa Filling and Mango Ginger Tofu Sandwiches

This week we’re eating two recipes from Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s Vegan With A Vengeance, plus some extras. Meal number one is my all-time favorite food ever: samosa filling. The recipe is actually for samosas, but after making them a couple of times I figured why bother with cutting out dough when I can just skip [...]