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Vegan Movement Gains Mainstream Momentum on The Martha Stewart Show’s “Vegan Show” — Farm Sanctuary President and Co-Founder Gene Baur, Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone and “Veganist” Author Kathy Freston to Appear on March 30th Live Episode —

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – March 29, 2011 – During her reign as America’s domestic icon, Martha Stewart has shown millions of people how to baste a turkey, braise a lamb and roast a chicken, but this Wednesday, March 30th, the woman who wrote the book (literally) on home entertaining will devote an entire hour-long episode

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Strawberry Frosting

I don't know about you, but I love frosting. Funny thing is I am not a sweets person but I love to make things with frosting on them. They are so festive! Typically, when you think of frosting you think animal ingredients right? Butter specifically. Well, I guess this post is really an ode to

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Oh my goodness.  Just found a great vegan blog called, well Nom!nom!nom!   http://nomnomnomblog.com/ Great recipes, beautiful photos, and she is a yogini to boot.  Right on!  Check it out.  I am going to make the Boston Cream Pie.  Peace, Mimi

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Mimi’s Mock Tuna Salad (otherwise known as Chickpea Salad)

Posted by Bonnie and Ian St. Germaine Ingredients: 30 oz. drained chickpeas (2 cans) 1/2 cup finely chopped red onion 1/2 cup finely chopped celery 1/2 cup finely chopped dill pickles 1/2 cup Vegenaise (you can find this in the refrigerated section in most health food stores, maybe supermarkets, www.followyourheart.com/) - add more to taste

Joanne Chang’s Vegan Lowfat Chocolate Cupcakes

An O2 vegan Exclusive Recipe!!!!!! Joanne Chang is the owner of Flour Bakery and Myer's and Chang. Flour Bakery is an amazing bakery and sandwich shop located on Washington Street in Boston's South End,on Farnsworth Street in Boston's Fort Point district, and the newest location is in Central square on Mass Ave. I myself frequently

Braised Celery Root with Chickpeas and Saffron

By Bonnie and Ian St. Germaine Living in New England and trying to use local ingredients, one ends up with a lot of root vegetables during the winter (we get ours in the Dogma box from Boston Organics). One recurrence in our house has been Celery, or Celeriac, root. But, what to do with these

MMmmm Sausage, Potato, and Green Bean Casserole

I'd like to note that I do not want to infringe on any copyrights with this blog, as it is only a means to share recipe's that we have found, made, and truly enjoyed. Thus, I may have to do a little abbreviation on a few things! However, I will list the inspirations for these

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Vegan Frittata

Vegan Frittata Last spring we had a wine tasting and paired it with all vegan food. We had chocolate mint cupcakes, hummus, dolmas with lentil quinoa stuffing, macadamia nut cheese with tarragon, and a vegan frittata. Many people asked me for the frittata recipe, and it’s easy as pie! (Or should I say tart?) Anyway,

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My Favorite Smoothie

Peanut Butter, Chocolate & Banana Smoothie Now I know there are all kinds of smoothie aficionados out there. I also know that people really like to make smoothies that are uber-healthy with greens and such. It makes sense for sure, but I think in the middle of winter, even a smoothie should be like comfort

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Vegan Nachos!!!

Okay, so I have tried every vegan cheese under the sun and they just don't do it for me. The most recent one is Daiya which is decent and does melt. However, it still has that weird after taste. Now, I have had it out at restaurants and it was great. Once at