Mustard & Herb Roasted Red Potatoes

March 16, 2013
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In honor of St. Patrick’s day I thought I’d try to make some potatoes and cabbage for us. I found myself really wanted roasted potatoes rather than boiled. I was inspired to add some herbs and mustard and the result was so fantastic that I quickly snapped a photo with my phone and jotted down […]

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Corny Dry Rub

August 27, 2012
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This post also could be titled, “What I ate for my birthday picnic”, but there’s also a recipe for a dry rub that I’ve been tweaking with and using all summer on an abundance of summer squash, tofu and tempeh. The idea started in a cookbook for The Grit restaurant that our lovely friend, Michael, […]

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Summer Sushi Roll

July 9, 2012
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Last summer I finally got the hang of fresh fava beans and we were hooked. This year we haven’t had any yet, but last weekend I picked up a few pounds at the Gresham Farmers Market. The combination of shiso in our garden and fresh favas inspired me to answer Christie’s desire for sushi. The […]

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Pleasing Mac & Cheeze

May 21, 2012
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** Update May 25, 2012 ** Wow! I’m blown away that this recipe won the Lunch/Dinner category for the So Much to Love Givaway from So Delicious Dairy Free! I’m being treated to a BIG shopping spree as my prize – there’s sure to be a blog post about my purchases later. The last of […]

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Pumpkin Korma

May 14, 2012
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My first foray into the pumpkin korma yielded something more akin to an aloo gobi. Very tasty, but not a korma. After revisiting the recipe again, and adding more So Delicious Plain Greek-Style Coconut Yogurt is what finally made this recipe exactly what I wanted it to be: a satisfying, rich, warming korma! Despite the rich […]

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Spiced Oats & Figs

May 7, 2012
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I’m so excited that Vegan Nosh has been selected to participate in the So Delicious® Dairy Free “SO Much to Love” recipe contest happening on Facebook! For the next 4 weeks there will be 64 fantastic new recipes posted, with three brand-new recipes coming from Vegan Nosh! Each week there will great prizes for fans […]

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Fresh Lemon Relish!

April 30, 2012
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While shopping at Uwajimaya recently Christie spotted a fresh lemon relish made with very thinly sliced lemon, sea salt, sugar and rice vinegar. Some was out to sample and it was delicious. Sweet, salty, sour, tangy. I had to get some. The result was another Japanese-inspired feast! No recipes yet, this is nothing but Food […]

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We All Scream for Almond Milk Ice Cream!

April 17, 2012
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I already am a fan of products from So Delicious and that was before they gave me a great t-shirt at Vida Vegan Con last year. We buy two brands of vegan creamers because our opinions are pretty distinct and I prefer the plain variety from So Delicious. So you when someone from the company asked […]

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Provence Chickpea Stew

February 28, 2012
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This recipe is really an on-going quest for the best chickpea soup, with or without noodles. With my innate ability to make stews in big pots, this Provence inspired version is just what a wet, February night needs. This can easily be served over a grain or with pasta, but it is very nice all […]

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Hearty Cuban Stew

February 19, 2012
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This winter it seems like we’ve always got a few yams on hand. So far they’ve inspired the Golden Provence Winter Stew, which has become a quick favorite, but I recently had several chilies on hand as well as a large quantity of black beans we’ve been trying to find more uses for. With these […]

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