Oh My Gulay!

The Philippines eating bibimbap in Incheon Airport As I organize my notes and pictures from a trip taken to the Philippines over a year ago, I am reminded of why I wanted to make this blog. It was on this trip, where food could have been a challenge for these two veggie voyagers (but wasn’t,Continue reading “Oh My Gulay!”

GF Lemon Poppyseed Muffins

  delicious with lemon curd I made almond milk this morning, which meant that I was left with a cup of pulp. One of my go-to recipes for almond pulp is lemon poppyseed muffins, a delicious, soft, sweet yet tart offering that everyone in my household is happy to gobble up right out of theContinue reading “GF Lemon Poppyseed Muffins”

Himalayan in San Diego

For you veggie voyagers in (or planning a visit to) San Diego, I recommend this hidden gem, which is definitely off the beaten path. left to right: malai kofta, palak paneer and alu bhanta Nestled in the La Mesa Boulevard Station (read: strip mall), this unassuming restaurant has great food, cheap house wine, and aContinue reading “Himalayan in San Diego”

Gluten-Free Bread Machine Bread

I have to admit, we have a lot of kitchen toys. But we use them all! One fun gadget is a bread machine that we secured on Craigslist for $10. I always poo-pooed bread machines, but when I decided to stop eating wheat, and discovered that storebought GF breads are gross, a bread machine suddenlyContinue reading “Gluten-Free Bread Machine Bread”

Home Made Almond Milk & Amazing Chocolate Cake

Almond milk, how do I love thee? Heaps of ways! Let it suffice to say that, once you know how easy it is to make, and how delicious it is to drink, you will never go back. I make almond milk every couple of days to enjoy in coffee, with cereal, or to use inContinue reading “Home Made Almond Milk & Amazing Chocolate Cake”

I love Idli

Idli (English pronunciation: /ˈɪdliː/, also romanized “idly” or “iddly”, plural “idlis”; Kannada: ಇಡ್ಲಿ; Malayalam: ഇഡ്ഡലി; Tulu: ಇಡ್ಲಿ; Tamil: இட்லி; Telugu: ఇడ్లీ, ఆవిరికుడుము (Aviri-Kudumu)) is a savory cake of south Indian origin popular throughout India. The cakes are usually two to three inches in diameter and are made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented blackContinue reading “I love Idli”