Vegan Irish Stew

Irish stew is straightforward and hearty. It’s a pleasure to prep with haphazard hacks at root vegetables and even easier to eat now or for leftovers. If you’re looking for a simple centerpiece for your St. Patrick’s Day supper, then look no further. Out of some misplaced tradition, Ryan is generous enough to humour me […]

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Vegan Chicken and Dumpling Soup

Hearty and stupidly easy to make, this chicken and dumpling soup is best after long, cold days when there are lots of hungry mouths to feed. I love dill. Some find it overpowering, but I could sneak it into everything. It brightens salads, rounds out dressings, and pops in dumplings. I love making biscuits or […]

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Vegan Veggie Burgers, with Seitan

These are, in my humble opinion, the perfect vege burgers. The have a bite to them, a toothsome texture, and an ability to hold up on the grill. Make some extra and freeze for sharing at impromptu cookouts with friends and family. Last summer, I aimed to perfect a vege burger recipe. Like uninspired iceberg […]

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Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup

Speaking as someone who doesn’t really prefer mushrooms, this soup is a perfect mix of earthiness and creaminess. It makes for a pretty presentation and a perfect accompaniment to any Thanksgiving or other vegan holiday meal. But don’t you dare even think about subbing the leeks with yellow onions! This past Saturday, I made vegetable […]

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Vegan Chicken Marbella (Frickin’ Marbella?)

My mom was famous for her chicken Marbella recipe—she was even on the local news to cook it once when I was a kid. This is for you, Mommy! This easy, elegant dish combines the flavours of prunes, olives, and capers into something that’s great as a main meal or appetiser, hot or cold, on […]

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The Best Vegan Sweet Leek and Chicken Pie, with Chorizo

A delicious savoury pie that’s super easy to make, can be made ahead and baked in the oven for 30-40 minutes day-of, and makes fantastic leftovers, this is basically the perfect fall pie. It’s fall, which in New England means that it’s time for all things apple and root vegetables. There are still some vegetables […]

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