There’s a lot of things I haven’t done that I’m finally getting around to….like pulling recipes from cookbooks I buy and stockpile instead of finding new recipes on Pinterest and other recipe blogs. There’s many as I’m not ashamed to admit that that’s partially what taught me how to cook. Tosca Reno’s the Eat Clean… Continue reading morning power salad.
We always get bad weather here in the northeast around Valentine’s Day weekend. This year, we had an ice storm with power outages on a Sunday in parts of our area. There was something eerily beautiful about icicles clinging to power lines and trees and with hardly any cars on the road, it made for… Continue reading How to encourage the spiritual life of your husband.
If there’s ever a time I “cheated” while being plant based, it’s during the summertime. I grew up in northeastern PA where nearly every town is famous for an ice cream parlor and then there’s Rita’s Italian Ice. I actually was never an Italian ice girl (though my Long Island friends keep raving about Ralph’s… Continue reading sugar free peanut butter milkshakes.
Congratulations, kid. You’ve made it to one year and Crumbs isn’t so much of a baby blog now…so, does that mean my blog is in the terrible toddler years?! I started up a blog with virtually no expectations. Sure, I like to write but haven’t wrote anything awhile and wanted to rekindle that lost talent… Continue reading 1st Blogging Anniversary
As the Lenten Triodion quickly approaches, many Orthodox Christians begin to prepare for the Lenten season and may even eagerly anticipate Spring. Many Spring memories growing up for me often relate back to Lent because Lent consumed much of Spring. My favorite feeling was that there also felt like an air of positivity and promise… Continue reading Eggless “egg” sandwiches.
When birthdays fall on fast days, it becomes tricky. But you can still have your cake and eat it too. Here’s a very simple buttercream frosting recipe that is made up much like an ordinary frosting recipe. Try not to all of the frosting before it gets on the cake! Vegan Buttercream Frosting (soy free)… Continue reading Vegan peanut butter buttercream frosting.
Sometimes, I need a little inspiration and pull a recipe from a trusty cookbook off my shelf to spice things up in the kitchen. I mean, who said veganism has to be all rice and beans and getting acquainted with foreign greens you’ve never heard of like arugula or watercress? If you’re like me, you’re… Continue reading Isa’s mushroom quinoa stuffed peppers.