Coconut Lemongrass Tofu Soup

This recipe is inspired by one of my very favorite Thai soups, tom kha.  While tom kha soup is totally delicious, it isn’t always plant based.  I cut the fat using lite coconut milk.  I created a rounder flavor by adding dulse seaweed and fake chicken broth.  Some of the elements remain the same–galangal root, lemongrass,…

Tofu Scramble

I grew up on Fantastic Foods Tofu Scrambler.  When I got into college, I couldn’t always afford to buy a box, so I started making my own.  I would rely heavily on curry powder, nutritional yeast, and a bag of frozen mixed vegetables.  Sometimes, I would throw in a little oatmeal, as a nod to…

Lemon Garlic Herb Tofu Skewers

Fresh chives, dill, flat leaf parsley, lemon zest, garlic cloves, and a touch of jalapeƱo bring this marinade to LIFE.  When I think of tofu marinades, I usually think of soy sauce or BBQ.  I don’t often think of fresh herbs, lemon and garlic, and that’s a shame, because it works together so nicely with…

Lime Red Curry Salad

Sometimes, I buy an ingredient with no plan.  I’m excited about using it, and I figure, that the recipe will come to me.  In this case, it was smoked tofu.  I’ve purchased it before, but usually with the intension of snacking on it.  After awhile, it occurred to me that it would probably work well…

Bok Choy Shiitake Soup

Sometimes, you want a brothy, comforting soup.  Today’s recipe relies on red miso, rice vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, garlic and scallions to create a memorable meal.   When I was growing up, we never bought vegetable broth or bouillon.  We would finish a dish by adding miso at the end of cooking.  For a time,…

Vegan Mushroom Artichoke Quiche

This was one of the first recipes to my blog. Since that time, I’ve gotten better at my quiche game, so why hoard all the knowledge? It was time to update this gem–making it easier, more flavorful, and less reliant on vegan dairy replacements. Traditionally, I begrudgingly make my own quiche crust. I hate doing…

Herbed Stuffed Shells with Peas and Fennel

Spring makes me think of green.  Lots and lots of green.  When developing the recipes for this week, I found myself attracted to green vegetables.  It’s a week of peas, greens, asparagus and more.  One of my friends told me that I should call it “Green Week”, and that seems about right! Today’s recipe puts…

Antipasto Salad

I have always had a long-term adoration for everything Italian.  When I was a kid, I had a “Roma” t-shirt that I wore until the threads gave out.  I would watch foreign movies with my dad, like Cinema Paradiso.  In college, I took years of Italian language classes, and would walk around trying to think…