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08/30/2012

What is this we have here? It’s a squash blossom quesadilla from Cadry’s Kitchen! The queso is made with cauliflower and white beans—how interesting! I know what I’m making for dinner tonight. I don’t know what squash blossoms are, but I’m determined to find them (or just use spinach, as Cadry suggests). I want all the vegan queso this world has to offer (with more ideas of what to make with it). Thanks, Cadry!

What is this we have here? It’s a squash blossom quesadilla from Cadry’s Kitchen! The queso is made with cauliflower and white beans—how interesting! I know what I’m making for dinner tonight. I don’t know what squash blossoms are, but I’m determined to find them (or just use spinach, as Cadry suggests). I want all the vegan queso this world has to offer (with more ideas of what to make with it). Thanks, Cadry!

06/26/2012

Look at all you adorable participants in the June Challenge! This is tatsoi, made into a beautiful salad by Cadry of the lovely Cadry’s Kitchen. Isn’t it gorgeous? Cadry says

It’s fun to see people trying new things and making some discoveries. In honor of the challenge, I hit up my local farmers market yesterday. I noticed that one of my favorite sellers had tatsoi. I’d never heard of it before, and she told me that it’s an Asian green. One of the best things about frequenting farmers markets is getting to talk to the growers about the things they grow and how to use them. She gave me a leaf to sample and told me that she enjoys it in salads. The taste is a cross between bok choy and collard greens. When I got home, I chopped a salad with the tatsoi and topped it with my creamy cafe dressing. I served it with stuffed grape leaves, roasted garlic sourdough and cool hummus. Perfect for this balmy summer weather!

Congratulations, Cadry? Can I please come live in your kitchen? I will do all the dishes, forever!
Only a few days left to take the June Challenge! Be brave, try a new food in June!

Look at all you adorable participants in the June Challenge! This is tatsoi, made into a beautiful salad by Cadry of the lovely Cadry’s Kitchen. Isn’t it gorgeous? Cadry says

It’s fun to see people trying new things and making some discoveries. In honor of the challenge, I hit up my local farmers market yesterday. I noticed that one of my favorite sellers had tatsoi. I’d never heard of it before, and she told me that it’s an Asian green. One of the best things about frequenting farmers markets is getting to talk to the growers about the things they grow and how to use them. She gave me a leaf to sample and told me that she enjoys it in salads. The taste is a cross between bok choy and collard greens. When I got home, I chopped a salad with the tatsoi and topped it with my creamy cafe dressing. I served it with stuffed grape leaves, roasted garlic sourdough and cool hummus. Perfect for this balmy summer weather!

Congratulations, Cadry? Can I please come live in your kitchen? I will do all the dishes, forever!

Only a few days left to take the June Challenge! Be brave, try a new food in June!

01/27/2012

Cadry gets a little help from her dino friend to make a green smoothie! This video is adorbs! You KNOW we love our dinos here! Green smoothies, I don’t know. I’ve never had one. They look scary. Do we have any green smoothie lovers in the crowd?

12/23/2011

Melted Snowman Soup from Cadry’s Kitchen! Oh boy, do I love this. Poor guy! First he got all melted, now he’s gonna get eaten! Bad day. 
via Finding Vegan

Melted Snowman Soup from Cadry’s Kitchen! Oh boy, do I love this. Poor guy! First he got all melted, now he’s gonna get eaten! Bad day. 

via Finding Vegan

11/27/2011

Happy Thanksgiving from Cadry of Cadry’s Kitchen! She and her loved ones devoured “Seitan and gravy from Vegan Diner, mashed potatoes, steamed green beans, cranberry sauce from Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan, and roasted delicata squash”—her own recipe! Cadry is utterly charming and talented (and very pretty, though of course we love you all for your minds), so go read her blog, already.

Happy Thanksgiving from Cadry of Cadry’s Kitchen! She and her loved ones devoured “Seitan and gravy from Vegan Diner, mashed potatoes, steamed green beans, cranberry sauce from Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan, and roasted delicata squash”—her own recipe! Cadry is utterly charming and talented (and very pretty, though of course we love you all for your minds), so go read her blog, already.

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