Roasted Artichoke & Spinach Dip {Vegan}

Roasted Artichoke & Spinach Dip {Vegan}

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Vancouver is a great city to live in, especially if you are vegetarian or vegan (it’s also stupidly, ridiculously expensive, but that’s a whole other story). We have so many restaurants and stores that cater to 

Liv B’s London Fog Sheet Pan Cake

Liv B’s London Fog Sheet Pan Cake

Despite the fact that millions of people dove headfirst into the science and art of sourdough bread making during this pandemic, I think, for the most part, people like easy recipes. Simple, easy, delicious… not too many weird ingredients. Recipes you can make with what 

Flotsam Filo Pie from the IKEA Scrapsbook

Flotsam Filo Pie from the IKEA Scrapsbook

Like many of you, I’m pretty passionate about the environment and sustainability. In fact, the main reason I don’t eat meat is because of the environment, and it’s become my mission through this blog and my various other outlets (cookbooks, Instagram, etc) to help y’all 

KimChi Grilled Cheese

KimChi Grilled Cheese

For a Christmas gift this year, I got Samin Nosrat’s Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat cookbook. I have been in love with Nosrat since I discovered her on a cooking show a while back, and was tickled pink when she released the Netflix documentary based on 

Cookbook Review: Eat More Plants

Cookbook Review: Eat More Plants

I’ve known Desiree Nielsen for quite a few years, so I was pretty tickled to learn that she’d gotten a cookbook contract a while back. I’ve been looking forward to the publication of Eat More Plants, which happened in October of last year. It took 

Cookbook Review: Vegan on a Budget

Cookbook Review: Vegan on a Budget

It’s a well-known fact that the thing I spend the most money on (outside of rent, because Vancouver), is food. Some girls are into expensive handbags, but me? I prefer cheese (okay, and Fluevogs). I buy a lot of food. I sometimes am at the 

Which Piping Bag Works Best?

Which Piping Bag Works Best?

I am not the world’s most proficient cake-decorator. It’s something I badly need to learn or teach myself or whatever, but truthfully, I like simple decorations anyway, so that works out? I do, however, use my piping bags quite often to make piped desserts: cookies, 

Thug Kitchen: Vegan Tacos

Thug Kitchen: Vegan Tacos

Tacos!!! What is it about tacos?? They are the kind of thing you can eat with one hand, and you can pretty much make them with anything. They are a delicious, self-contained unit that includes all four food groups. And you know what else?? They’re 

Kimchi Fried Rice from Well Fed, Flat Broke

Kimchi Fried Rice from Well Fed, Flat Broke

I’m a localvore. I know, it sounds like some dumb, new-age, hipster thing, but really it just means that I like to support local business when I can. Usually, that means shopping at small, locally-owned stores and restaurants over larger, US-owned ones, or buying directly 

No Sugar Spice Cake

No Sugar Spice Cake

We all know that too much sugar (especially refined sugars) are not good for us. There are certainly artificial alternatives, but I like to keep it natural if possible. I recently got my hands on this new cookbook:Β Baking with Less Sugar: Recipes for Desserts Using