Your comments on my Kitchen Quirks story were quite hilarious. They also led to even more funny stories here at home and among our friends and family.
Hi, my name is Angela and I’m in love with coconut meat. I also like shortcuts, so discovering frozen bags of coconut meat made me a bit giddy… When I first tried coconut meat I wasn’t sure if I liked it, but it totally grew on me.
photo credit: Ashley McLaughlin Good morning! I’m excited for today’s post. There’s been a lot going on behind the scenes over here so I want to share some recent news with you. Shortly after my first cookbook launched last March, I was offered to write second and third cookbooks.
Hello beautiful month of May! Are you as pumped for a new month as I am? I’m looking forward to this month a lot.
I’m preparing to host my very first Easter dinner tomorrow – a totally plant-based menu with all the fixins!
Since I announced my pregnancy last year, I’ve been asked quite often whether we would raise our baby vegan.
Do you have any kitchen quirks? What about your partner or roommates? Maybe you are wondering what I mean by a kitchen quirk.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up! Are you doing anything fun? I’m hosting a get together on Tuesday, so I’ve been planning a green themed menu to serve on the big day.
I’m starting to twitch. That usually happens if it’s been longer than couple weeks without a blog post.
I’ve always thought that I didn’t need a special day to show loved ones I care, but I have to admit since having a baby, I now see the value in having a special day carved out.
My digestion has been a bit out of whack over the past few months. Actually, I’m feeling a bit out of whack as a whole.
Sometimes it’s hard to transfer my swirling brain into the written word. Eric has this funny gesture that he does when he’s poking fun of my overactive mind.
This salad is a good example of how I love my salads in the winter – warm, hearty, and bursting with nutrition.
We are eating like kings around here lately. Whoever invented elastic waistbands…I think I love you/hate you.
Happy 2015! To welcome the New Year I have some exciting news to share. You’ve been asking me for months and I can finally tell you that I’m working hard on a second cookbook!
This past year was easily my most memorable on record. It started with finding out we were expecting early in January, then it was a move and a several month house renovation (I do not recommend this while pregnant, hah), my first cookbook released in March, September brought the birth of our baby girl, and in November the launch of a new business – most of these things were going on at the same time throughout 2014, including nurturing and growing this recipe blog and a new baby blog.
Meet my favourite holiday cookie of 2014 – the vegan and gluten-free Snickerdoodle! I’ve been testing all kinds of Christmas cookies this year and I decided to pick the best of the bunch and share that recipe with you before the holidays.
Tea and cookbooks make me veeeeeery happy. In fact, they are two of my favourite things. I like nothing more than to sit down with a few cookbooks, a hot mug of tea, and get lost in the cozy.
Sometimes I feel like I have a devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other this time of year. The devil tells me to eat ALL the cookies, chocolates, and treats (you know…#allthethings) while the angel reminds me how much better I feel when I’m eating ALL the rainbow.
My dad is coming to visit this week. This means two very important things are on my “what to make dad” menu.