Fried “chicken” and mashed potatoes is the ultimate comfort food pairing. Try this delicious, vegan take on an American classic dish.
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Enjoy all this free food
That’s free of milk & meat, too!
The stuff is also egg-free, but the word “eggs” just didn’t fit rhythmically into my little song. 😂
Frozen food has come a long way since it first hit American supermarkets more than 50 years ago. Just look at Amy’s Kitchen, a vegetarian prepared foods brand whose founders began with a humble vision of providing tasty meals to like-minded people. Now, Amy’s meals can be found in most grocery stores — big and small — across the United States.
I am obsessed with New York City’s favorite vegan food truck, The Cinnamon Snail, so I’m SUPER PUMPED about this news! The Cinnamon Snail has secured a location at The Pennsy, a new 8,000-square-foot food court opening at NYC’s Penn Station on Jan 7, 2016.
America is the land of fast food, buffets, take-out and food trucks. While that stuff is delicious, it can turn into a real hurdle for those who are trying to eat healthier and loose weight – especially if you have diabetes! Are there fast and healthy options for the sugar-conscious?
The Cheesecake Factory has several options for plant-based eaters. Their Veggie Burger is one choice that can be ordered either vegetarian (pictured above with cheese) or entirely vegan (hold the cheese and mayo).
Fabulous Things I Love This Week
New fall TV shows, new vegetarian restaurant near my apartment, first time trying a carrot-mushroom-chickpea hot dog — sometimes, it’s the little things that make the week!
I recently had a lovely press tasting at Dosai, a vegetarian Indian restaurant in NYC. To help me with trying the food for this review, I brought along my non-vegetarian boyfriend, and he gives Dosai a thumbs up! Our dinner was delicious! If you’re in the NYC area and searching for some Indian cuisine, try this place.
New York City is a sprawling metropolis that’s overflowing with frenetic energy, and sometimes it can get overwhelming. I like to de-stress and make the city seem a bit more manageable by relaxing at Caravan of Dreams, an organic and kosher vegan restaurant in the East Village. Venturing into this dimly lit restaurant when a live band is playing can seem like a breath of fresh air, forcing me to focus on the present moment and enjoy a meal while forgetting all of that craziness outside.
As customers ask for whole foods options that are free of junk, more restaurants are stepping up to meet the demand with quality food. Chipotle, one of my favorite places to get a quick bite, is leading the pack here. A couple of months ago, the company announced it would no longer serve foods made with GMOs. Now, the Mexican food chain is testing a new, all-natural tortilla that contains only four ingredients!