Tag Archive: recipes

Aug 20

Brownies!

We’ve been planning on making these for days, but finally got around to it today. Not really sure how we managed to delay something as awesome as brownies, but it happened. I love pulling my baking recipes from The Joy of Vegan Baking by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. I had to modify the brownie recipe slightly since …

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Aug 10

Black Bean Phyllo Wraps

If asked, I would say that black beans are our bean of choice around here. I like to prep one or two pounds in my slow cooker and use during the week for various meals – nachos, black bean quinoa burgers, chili, whatever strikes our fancy. This week I wanted something a little different. I’m …

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Jun 16

Vegan Southern-style Biscuits

Saturdays around here usually mean a hearty breakfast of some sort. Cinnamon oatmeal pancakes and sausage are our usual dish, but I found us lacking maple syrup, so I had to switch to Plan B – Sausage Biscuits. While I make a lot of our food from scratch, sausage isn’t yet one of them. I …

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Jun 03

Soup for Sick Days Part 2: Potato, Navy Bean and Kale Soup

We’ve been battling sickness this week, so we have had soup the last couple of nights. Following the Vegetable Barley Soup, Thursday night we had a simple Potato, Navy Bean and Kale soup. A very filling soup, but I was inspired to prep a batch of simple flat bread for dipping. I realized I hadn’t …

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Apr 23

Tofu and Udon Noodle Stirfry

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I love stirfry¬†– it’s a simple dish and you can really just toss anything in. Perfect for when you only have a little of this and that in the fridge you want to finish up. This afternoon I put together a simple tofu stirfry¬†with minimal preparation. I try not to get too fancy with my …

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Mar 22

Hash browns and italian sausage

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We usually try to keep it pretty healthy around here for breakfast – oatmeal, peanut butter on homemade bread, or a smoothie. On the weekends we usually splurge and have oatmeal cinnamon pancakes and veggies sausage, but even that is fairly healthy. So I’m not really sure what got into me, but I got the …

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Sep 12

Dinnertime Roundup Part 2

Lots of cooking here at Casa Mitchell, and rather than put them into individual posts, I thought I would catch up with a short update and some food porn. Finally invested in a full size (4 quart) crockpot. My old one is from when I was a single graduate student, and is a bit small …

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Jan 29

Banana Walnut Bread

This is my tried and true recipe for Banana Walnut Bread. It’s a family favorite, and the dish my husband requests most (and complains that I don’t make often enough…). Banana bread is a quick bread that can be enjoyed as a warm breakfast bread, or even as a dessert. With a preschooler in the …

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