Archive | Side Dishes

A Jamaican Vegan Feast

One of my followers pointed out that the Ziggy Marley web site where the recipes for my Jamaican Vegan Feast were posted doesn’t seem to be active. She asked if I could post those recipes right here on The “V” Word and I said you bet! My review for Ziggy Marley Organics was written back […]

Continue Reading

Greek Lemon Soy Curls and Potatoes

Last night I was trying to think of what to make for dinner. When I can’t decide, I try to narrow it down – which ethnicity? which ingredients? comfort food or healthy? saucy or not sauce? Yesterday, I was feeling like Butler Foods soy curls but not saucy. Not a stew or soup. I wanted […]

Continue Reading

VeganMoFo #17: Potato and Onion Kugel with Sauteed Apples Done 2 Ways

Today is a bit of a departure from my VeganMoFo theme because I am not reviewing any products. However, it’s still another post about delicious vegan food with a recipe so I’m sure it counts. Rosh Hashanah is almost upon us. If you are planning a big dinner for your friends and family, you will […]

Continue Reading

Stewed Cauliflower with Spinach

Over the years I have accumulated so many recipes that I often can’t keep track which ones I’ve posted on the blog and which are still waiting their turn. The other night I looked up a recipe I wanted to make but lo and behold, it was nowhere to be found on the blog even […]

Continue Reading

Vegan and Gluten-Free Potato Blintzes

It’s Shavout, the Jewish holiday where we commemorate receiving the Torah, and for most people who celebrate, it brings to mind dishes that focus on dairy. However, I just read an interesting article on The Jewish Daily Forward called “Want Authentic Shavout Meals? Try Fruit, Not Dairy.” The article states that dairy was not an […]

Continue Reading

Vegan Poutine

If you have never heard of Poutine, it’s time to start. Poutine is a traditional Canadian dish. It’s the ultimate comfort food – french fries smothered in gravy and topped with cheese curds. It’s common to find many poutine shops in Canada but now this decadent dish is becoming very popular in the U.S. I”m […]

Continue Reading

How to Make a Vegan Passover Seder Plate Plus a Recipe for Charoset

  Anyone who has been to a Passover Seder knows that the Seder Plate is the centerpiece of the table. It is rich with symbolism of the Exodus of the Hebrew slaves and is a main part of the Seder’s ceremonial rituals. But some of the items on the Seder plate are not vegan-friendly and […]

Continue Reading

VeganMoFo #20: Caramelized Radishes

  Welcome to another day of VeganMoFo 2013, the month of vegan food. I can’t believe this is the 20th post already!   There aren’t many veggies that I don’t like. When it comes to trying new foods, I have a rule: I can’t say I don’t like something unless I try it several times, […]

Continue Reading

Fried Onion Pancakes

I love onion rings! Whenever I was eating in a diner, I had trouble deciding between fries and onion rings – so I’d get both. It’s easier to do that when you are with someone else so you can order the fries and the other person can order the rings and you split them. Trying […]

Continue Reading

Hit Counter provided by orange county property management