If you’re a fan of Vietnamese food, like Kim and I are, you will have noticed something by now: Vietnamese cuisine is super simple. Most dishes contain few ingredients, basic cooking techniques, and pull from one core of flavors. Yet, despite the simplicity, the food manages to be complex on the tastebuds, exciting, and full […]Read more "Seared Tofu Spring Rolls w/ Sweet & Spicy Almond Butter Dip"
Being the first type of “vegan bacon” I ever tried, tempeh bacon holds a place in my heart- a place that’s more satisfied by tempeh bacon than actual bacon. Growing up I always thought bacon was great on hamburgers, but if I were to order a plate of breakfast, sausage was my protein of […]Read more "Tempeh Bacon"
These tacos are a fresh & vibrant invitation into a warm Summer. I understand that some of y’all may have been experiencing warm weather for a couple months now (#jealous), but I live in the Pacific Northwest, where the sun just made his first guest appearance a few days ago. Needless to say, we are […]Read more "Portobello Summer Tacos"
I’ve been craving Thai food for about a month now, and when I crave Thai food, I get Thai food. While I do love a trip to a take-out restaurant, I can’t always rely on them to deliver me a piping hot plate of noodles; I have to take matters into my own hands. With […]Read more "Spicy Peanut Butter Thai Noodles"
Homemade veggie burgers are simpler than they appear to be – it’s as simple as mashing/blending ingredients together, making patties, grilling or pan frying them, and laying them on top of a bun along with your favorite toppings. From there, you can be as simple or as extra as you’d like. We packed our burgers […]Read more "Grilled Veggie Burgers"