Monthly Archives: November 2010
Here’s a vegan version of the vintage tuna-noodle casserole that evokes 1950s TV moms in shirtwaist dresses, wearing pearls. Firm and chewy baked tofu stands in for the tuna. The first few time I made this, I baked it, which tends to dry it out quite a bit. No really reason to bake it, as all the […]
‘Shrooms With a Brew: Sustainably Grow Your Own Gourmet Mushrooms It was Spring ’09 and we were fourth years at UC Berkeley. Both of us had offers in corporate America. Investment banking and consulting seemed to be the futures waiting for us after graduation. All that changed one day after listening to a lecture in one […]
Wild rice adds a wonderful texture to this stuffing, and the slight sweetness of dried cranberries lends a delicious flavor. This is an ideal stuffing for winter squashes, and used that way makes for a dazzling holiday main dish. Photos by Hannah Kaminsky of Bittersweet.
This tasty and simple vegan sourdough stuffing is good on its own or stuffed into winter squashes, or green or red bell peppers. It’s most welcome at holiday meals like Thanksgiving or Christmas, but is welcome any time you want a cool-weather comfort food.
Here’s a recipe I’ve made many times over the years as a Thanksgiving main dish. It’s one of my family’s favorites, so I made sure to include it in Vegan Holiday Kitchen. This layered casserole of cooked cornmeal topping a tasty bean chili is adapted from a Native American recipe. Photo by Rebbeca Crump of Ezra Poundcake. […]
This colorful main dish salad featuring sweet potato, quinoa, and corn is simple to prepare, yet has a festive “company’s coming” look. It makes a bountiful accompaniment to vegan quesadillas.
Juice Power (from your blender)* by Teoorah B.N. Shaleakh is a compact little book that immediately appealed to me, because though I like the idea of juicing, I don’t like juicers. The recipes in this book use the whole fruit (except in the case of citrus, of course) or vegetable, and often in unexpected combinations. So […]
Here’s a vegan version of the very slightly sweet, traditional Southern sweet potato biscuits. This is a perfect companion to hearty vegetable or bean stews, and a nice addition to the winter holiday table.