Purslane, grows on its own terms a colorful and nutritious weed. The taste of this plant varies with the time of the day it is eaten and usually tends to be tarter in the mornings and more mellow and almost sweet in the evenings.
Take a deep breath. Can you smell the scent of caramel and fall air approaching? One of the greatest gifts about this recipe is your home will smell A-MAZ-ing! Keep your kids out of the kitchen and use caution as you prepare the caramel.
The first recipes that come to mind for slow cookers are usually meat heavy — lots of hearty stews and chilies. There have, however, been quite a few cookbooks that have come out recently that highlight a vegan diet for slow cookers.
Rather than bore you with details of the constant wallpaper scraping and other real-life, highly repetitive, and very zen activities of new home ownership (maybe I should blog about it?!), I'm going to talk about doughnuts instead.
The sweetness of baked apples, filled with the savory, herb-flavored deliciousness of walnut-raisin stuffing -- you just can't beat a dish like this for celebrating favorite fall flavors. And best of all, it's vegan!
In my nutrition practice, I have had several discussions with clients about creating a vegan Shepherd's pie. Basically, a Shepherd's Pie with the herd. Recently, I wanted to create a new recipe with my So Delicious Coconut Milk.