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Click: Bloody Boar Heads, Vegan Yetis, Kosher Prison Lawsuits, Pad Thai Cupcakes and Other Things That Marked My Soul This Week

I wish I had some Vegan Emoji’s to text my buddy right about now…oh, what? They are coming? Nice. Here are some other things that came my way this week: Happenings: Lil B Launches Vegan Emoji App Ikea’s Vegan Meatballs to Launch in April The Boston Yeti Doesn’t Eat Cats, He’s Vegan NFL’s David Carter Shares His Vegan Super Bowl Menu Bloody Boar Heads Found […]

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Cook: Aron Love Sausage Sandwich

Mandy Len Catron recently wrote an article for the New York Times about making someone fall in love with you. It was based on a study that Arthur Aron, noted psychologist, conducted two decades ago. According to Dr. Aron’s study, a series of 36 questions, each getting more and more personable, and a four minute stare into each other’s soul session is all it takes for two […]

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Where We Eat: Cafe Hey

Cafe Hey is the restaurant version of Pretty in Pink. It is my Andie Walsh. Inside the little shack, located right near 275 in West Tampa, a bevy of vegan coffee, baked goods, soups, salads, vegan sandwiches and breakfast items are slung together with ease. The restaurant walls are made of exposed brick that is worn and faded from years of sun exposure. These walls […]

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Merry Listmas 2014: The Food

Before the calendar turns to 2015, let’s reminisce about the finer things that food in 2014 had to offer (click on the picture for recipes and blog posts). Favorite Sandwiches:                   Main Attractions               Favorite Pasta Recipes             Favorite Bread Recipes             Favorite Sides […]

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Cook: Tofu Spiedie

Way up north, just south of the North Pole, lies the county of Broome. In this county two rivers, the Suquehanna and Chenango, meet up in a bowl-shaped valley. This valley is home to the city of Binghamton (population, about a quarter million). In the past, a typical family in Binghamton might’ve had someone working for the railroad. They may have produced cigars and shoes, rubbed […]

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Click: Feral Cats Get Bachelor Pads, Growing Milk in Labs, Whole Foods Gets Political, Beautiful Poetry and Other Things That Garnered Some Attention Last Week

There were some really disturbing stories and hoaxes that hit the news circuit this week. Thank God for the world of veganism where no one tried to kill anyone. Oh, wait. I forgot about Whole Foods. Here is that, and other stories, that caught my eye this week. Happenings: Jessica Chastain Buys Her Mom a Vegan Food Truck Why not lab grown milk? Whole Foods […]

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Cook: Black Beans Ain’t No Thang Burgers

Here I am, blogging away in the wee hours of the morning. This is partially because I passed out so early putting the little one to sleep and partially because of the weird dream that stirred me awake. The dream went like this: I was on some alien planet battling this creature which had the power of disconnectivity (the ability to avoid my sword by […]

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Cook: Vegan Loose Meat Sandwiches

Nell Frizzel, a UK contributor for munchies (VICE’s food channel), recently spoke to Essex-born artist Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau about his “Communal Juicing” exhibit. The idea behind the exhibit is that juicing takes a piece of food, extracts juice from it leaving behind a “shitty pulp”. Mathew questions why anyone would do this? It makes no difference to the world or to your life if you […]

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Where We Eat: Little Greek Restaurant

I strolled into Little Greek last weekend like a lover rekindling with an old flame at the scene of one of their most sensuous jaunts. You see, a couple of months previous Yelp held an event at the restaurant. Head honcho Nick was led the event and he made sure that everything was done right. When he realized I was a vegan, he adjusted on the fly and […]

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