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Cook: Lotsa Veggie Lentil Soup

“I don’t always get sick, but when I do I prefer Progresso Lentil Soup.” -Most Interesting Man in the World (circa 2004) Fun fact: before becoming the spokesman for Dos Equis and their most interesting man in the world campaign (which launched in 2006), Jonathan Goldsmith actually auditioned for the same role at Progresso soup. Unfortunately the ad campaign was shelved due to internal strife. […]

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Cook: Beet, Pear and Avocado Salad with Onion Vinaigrette

After months and months of nothing but a liquid/mashy diet, the Z-Bot has finally started eating real human food. I’m talking tofu, rice, yogurt, fruits and veggies. This really changes things. Now when I settle in for a bit of cooking, I no longer need to prepare two completely different dishes. Instead, I can make one dish and tweak it to meet the tastes of […]

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Disappearing Acts: Mac and Cheese and See Emily Play

Man it’s been a rough month and a half. Who would’ve of thought vegan bloggers could be so deceiving. I don’t think they are doing it on purpose, they just want to get theres. If that means putting something out into the blogosphere that is a bit lackluster, well so be it. Hell, I probably have done it a few times myself. I just feel […]

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Cook: Tangy Chickpeas Sandwich with Kale Slaw

We went to Kaleisia Tea Lounge this weekend and I branched out and tried something new. I wasn’t making a statement about how unpredictable I can be or anything, I was just being a cheap ass and selected a tea from the tea of the month list (which comes with a slight discount). Most of the time my tea of choice is fruit based. This […]

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Food Pairing 101: What Goes Well With a Bloody Beet Burger?

There are some pretty fabulous vegan burgers out there. Like this crunchy eggplant monster or this stuffed tempeh version. Some of these burgers have a very convincing meaty texture that can almost stand toe-to-toe with their carcassy brethren. Others have a taste that can fool even the most hardcore meat eater. A few even have the outside appearance (you know the look, the one that fools you into thinking […]

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Food Pairing 101: What Goes Well With Beth Thornley’s New EP?

Magnolia and Gabrielle. Britney Spears in Spring Breakers. Pixies in Fight Club. Tom Petty in Jerry Maguire. Every once in a while a film director perfectly pairs a song with the scene that is playing out before your eyes. It is such a flawless union that song and clip cease to exist separately. They become forever intertwined, you can’t have one without the other. A […]

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Click: Dahmer Goes Vegan, Laundromat Romances, A Brighter Smell of Teen Spirit and Other Attention Grabbers from This Past Week

I think I loved the f**k out of this week. Most of it is due to: Recipes: Toasted Almond Hazelnut Butter from the Healthy Foodie Chickpea Tofu from My New Roots Fudgy Beetroot Chocolate Cake with Pink Frosting from One Green Planet Baked Vegan Mac and Cheese Casserole from Go Dairy Free Tampa Happenings: 22nd Annual Pesto Festo announced for May 4th at 5PM. Tickets […]

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Cook: Onion Famine Soup

“It’s like Adelaide, circa August 1951 up in here.” I sat bolt upright in bed. What the f*** was my brain talking about? I’m an American, I barely know the history of my own country. Hell if I know anything about the history of a continent located on the whole other side of the world. I tried to communicate this to my brain. I had […]

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Where We Eat: Capital Tacos

I was visiting Sugar and Spice Daycare last week attempting to enroll my new pet calf Lucy (oddly enough, they wouldn’t even consider her for the waiting list). When we reached the parking lot on our way out we were nearly run over by an out of control car. It came to a screeching to a halt a few inches from Lucy’s front hoof. Out […]

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