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VeganMoFo: Spicy Baked Tofu Sandwich

I’ve got a thing for tofu snuggled between two pieces of bread and have offered a few variations (Muffaletta w/ Smoky Tofu; Tofu Salad Sandwiches; The Virtues of Baked Tofu) here already – so what’s …

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The Cooked and the Raw (and a Virtual Vegan Potluck Question)

This is a hybrid of the cooked and the raw.  Seems that some kindly neighbor folks have taken pity on Kel and me – being transplants and all – and have been sharing with us …

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Searching for the Holy Grail of Raw Broccoli Soup

I am on a quest.  A quest to replicate the raw broccoli (a.k.a. The Nectar of the Gods) soup from Omar’s Rawtopia located in the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City. It’s thick and creamy and nutty and …

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Curried Couscous & Vegetable Salad

Mom used to make a super simple but delicious curried rice recipe that baked in the oven seemingly forever, tantalizing us with the delicious warm smell of curry, but it was worth the wait.  It …

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Sleepwalk Southwest Bean & Rice Salad

My kitchen mojo has been a little spotty lately so my weekly menus have been stacked with meals I can prepare without needing much time or brain power.  Right now I need to be able …

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Buckwheat Noodles with Spicy Almond Sauce

All you big-hearted bloggers totally embraced the idea of adding Jason to the Potluck roster and since SO many of you also said – the more the merrier!  – I added Lindsay of Lindsay is …

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7 Days of Salad. Day 6: Red Quinoa & Green Apple (and Making Vegan Butter)

Big thanks go out to Holly at My Plant-based Family and to Averil at The Cook, The Baker and the Clay Boy Maker for sharing The Versatile Blogger and The Sunshine Awards with me.  Woohoo!  …

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7 Days of Salad. Day 4: Sweet Potato, Black Bean & Couscous with Sweet Lime-Ginger Dressing

Pantry stapes combined with a few fresh ingredients…I usually have a sweet potato or two kicking around in the pantry and couscous and cans of black beans always.  Same for edamame in the freezer.  And …

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7 Days of Salad. Day 3: Orzo with Black-Eyed Peas, Olives & Cucumber

A quick public service announcement via Tiny Kitchen Stories:  I will be participating in Automattic’s Worldwide 5k WP event taking place between April 23-29.  If the idea of running 3.1 miles “along” with a bunch …

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Tofu Salad Sandwiches with Roasted Bell Pepper & Olive Salad

Somewhere and at some time I vowed never to include a tofu salad recipe on my blog.  I lied.  Actually, it’s more accurate to say that at the time that I said that, I couldn’t …

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Smoky Apple-Sage Seitan Sausage & Red Onion Marmalade Sandwich

A few weeks ago I bought a package of Field Roast Apple-Sage Sausage at Whole Foods in Oklahoma City.  I don’t get into the city very often, but when I do, I make a pilgrimage …

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Red Onion Marmalade

This is a very satisfying little concoction – delicious on sandwiches – that is slightly tangy and slightly sweet.  The recipe comes from The Vegetarian Bible, by Sarah Brown.  I changed out  few things – …

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Slow-Cooker (Un)Refried Beans

A good friend of mine shared the link to this easy recipe for “refried” beans prepared in a crock-pot and it was so good, I had to further spread the word.  After 6-8 hours, the …

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Quick Quinoa Salad

What to do with that leftover quinoa in the refrigerator?  Mix up a little vinaigrette, dig around in the vegetable bin and create a delicious, quick and healthy salad.  Add a loaf of hearty bread …

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Open-Faced Sandwich: Curried Garbanzo Spread with Tomato Chutney, Avocado and Sprouts

This is definitely one of those knife-and-fork kind of sandwiches.  It’s one my grandmother might have called an “everybody do everything” sandwich because it has so many different ingredients and lots of flavor.  There’s the …

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Simple Side Salad w/ No-Oil Vinaigrette

I know, I know – a salad is to a vegan what a sock is to a shoe, or what jelly means to peanut butter: totally obvious.  But don’t underestimate a good salad!  I’m often …

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