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Hanukkah Rainbow Cookies

Hanukkah Rainbow Cookies

I made beautiful ombré holiday cookies a couple of years back, taking inspiration from Bon Appetit.  This year I made Hanukkah Rainbow Cookies!  And they are possibly the most beautiful cookies I’ve ever made, receiving lots of social media love.  So here is a lot […]

Long Island Vegan French Macarons

Long Island Vegan French Macarons

Anyone who hacks my Instagram would see that I love to look at vegan macarons. They are the epitome of pretty.  Having experimented myself, I know they are labor-intensive.  Vegan macarons are one of my favorite veganized treats and a testament to how far the […]

Vegan Patchogue Eats

Vegan Patchogue Eats

Patchogue’s main strip. Like many in-touch eateries, they get that a vegan option is easy enough to throw together. The dish on the rise at omni establishments all about the country seems to be the Tofu Scramble. I have a growing list of eateries on my […]

V.V. Does A.C.

V.V. Does A.C.

It seems the world gets more and more vegan-friendly everyday. As a vegan food blogger, the surge in vegan options near, kinda near, far and very far is overwhelming. From big cities to small locales, I can’t keep up. But I try… And I looove […]

Vegan Holiday Treats For Sweets

Vegan Holiday Treats For Sweets

I hadn’t made vegan rainbow cookies for years! And since then my baking skills and kitchen set-up has improved a great deal. With dessert duty for a work potluck and inside the inspiration of the holiday cookie issue of Bon Appétit, I had to step it up. I […]

(all new) Radical. Rainbow. Cookies.

(all new) Radical. Rainbow. Cookies.

I am happy to report on Long Island’s Pride Enjoy‘s Radical Rainbow Cookies. I first gave them a try earlier this year (post here) after they completed a successful Kickstarter campaign. Since then, the recipe has been overhauled and improved. This was evident immediately, as I stared […]

Boozy Bootleg Brunch Buffet: <br>A <i>Vegan Victuals</i> Meal Photospread

Boozy Bootleg Brunch Buffet:
A Vegan Victuals Meal Photospread

  Whiskey Maple Syrup goes back in the bottle for serving. (recipe credit) Macerated blueberry, blackberry & raspberry with Brandy & Grand Marnier  Coconut whip Charred Eggplant Bacon (marinade recipe credit) Orange Brandy Marmalade with ginger bits Sweet Potato Beer Biscuits Coconut rum-soaked French Toast  Some appetizers: […]

New York City Treats

New York City Treats

Sometimes you leave your neighborhood and do things in “The City.” Other times you drive in, illegally park next to the things you want to do quickly, without hullabaloo, and get the heck outta Dodge. That is how I feel about Manhattan these days. You […]

Long Weekends

Long Weekends

The Beninngton flag waves on Memorial Day weekend. As does the Stars and Stripes on the beer. On the plate: my favorite summer side: corn grilled in its husk, Field Roast apple-sage sausage topped with the kitchen sink, and a delicious potato salad that The Electrician made. […]

My First Long Island Vegan Meet-up Event!

My First Long Island Vegan Meet-up Event!

It was a awesome afternoon at Sweet to Lick, Long Island’s first all-vegan bakery! Amazing vegan treats for 25+ Long Island veg-friendly new friends. The place was fully stocked with tons of decadent treats that were sure to have made plenty of repeat customers. We […]

Vegan Croissant.

Vegan Croissant.

Vegan Croissant. Yes, a vegan croissant! A greasy, oily croissant. Holy Moly. Champs in Williamsburg, Brooklyn has transformed into a diner. Vinyl booths and all! And on top of that shimmery vinyl seat I sat, wrapping my greasy fingers around a vegan croissant S.A.G., their […]

Vegan Rainbow Cookies

Vegan Rainbow Cookies

It has been on my list of things to do for quite some time: veganize the ever-loved rainbow cookie! After plans for a weekend in Pittsburgh fell flat and the rain continued to persist in New York City or the umpteenth day, a Freaks and […]

It must be the colors…

It must be the colors…

I have a crush on this blog. Andrea’s images and lists and self-generated art projects make Hula Seventy a major source of blogspiration. In homage, here are shots from my day of observing the colors around me. Layered peeling paint is always a beautiful sight. […]