Category Archive: Vegan

Pickled Stone Fruit Jam

Post by Molly August was a real race against the clock with my Local Roots & Tonnemaker Farms CSA. The consistent haze and heat made it hard to do more than sit on… Continue reading

Rosemary Pickled Cherries

Post by Anna It’s mid-October, which means I have no business writing about cherries. But when you uncover a stash of pickled cherries that your forgetful/forward-thinking self put up four months ago during the Great… Continue reading

Spiced Apple Butter

Post by Molly As soon as the leaves start turning, I can’t escape my parent’s house without a bursting bag of apples from their tree shoved into my purse. At Rosh Hashanah, the… Continue reading

Cherry-Cornmeal Scones

Post by Anna Ten and a half months out of the year, supermarket cherries are sad, rubbery imports that are just one step away from a canned fruit cocktail. But when you’re sitting… Continue reading

Leftover Bread Series Part III: Ribollita

Post by Anna Leftovers, like everything else good and practical, are becoming hip. Previously untouched pieces of animal fat and organs — sometimes called ‘variety meats’ — are sold at butcher shops and… Continue reading

Vegetable Broth

Post by Molly I know the holidays are in full swing when the amount of chopping, slicing, peeling, and grating in my kitchen just about matches the level of late night cookie consumption… Continue reading

Sweet Rice Wine Pickles

Post by Anna Pickles are definitely a thing right now. You’ll find them on every menu, from uppity small-plate restaurants to food trucks, and they’re the gateway drug to the do-it-yourself food craze (you… Continue reading

Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

Post by Anna Everyone deserves the right to breakfast self-determination. But if you order oatmeal at a restaurant, I will probably judge you. Oatmeal, like toast, is one of those good old simple foods… Continue reading

Gluten-Free Almond Banana Muffins

Post by Molly Recently, my world was rocked by the idea of using almond meal as a flour substitute. Too often, gluten-free baked goods just don’t cut it. Lack of the glue-like compound… Continue reading

Squash + Barley Soup with Mustard Greens

Post by Molly My favorite season has finally commenced. I now get to revive my beloved knit socks that Anna bought me in Turkey, so well worn they have holes in the heels.… Continue reading