This may be the hardest “Foodie Tuesday” I’ve had to write because it’s my last. I’ve enjoyed my time as a part of the iEG team immensely, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity I’ve had to write this column over the past year. I’ve decided to take my dazzling wit and winning charm (aka mindless ramblings and sarcasm) and start my own vegan food blog, Rude Rabbit Food. I’ll be cross posting to iEG twice a month because, well, I could never really leave leave.
I think Barbra Streisand can explain what I’m trying to say better than this feeble attempt.
Before I go, I’d like to reflect on my time here with some of my favorite Foodie Tuesdays. Hold on tight, y’all, because we’re going way back…
The title pretty much says it all. Btw, I did finally try the cookie dough Oreos, and they were…AWESOME.
Kitchen Sharing 101– The turkey’s still in my freezer, and the omni’s still in my life. Compromises can be a good thing. Who knew?
Vegan Jello Shots?!– Making these and watching multiple episodes of Laguna Beach was the best way to spend my 21st birthday. (Hey, it was a Monday and I celebrated the prior weekend.)
The recipes in this article, especially the vegan tuna helper, are some of the best food I have ever made. They’re definitely meals I’m going to make for my kids someday in the far far far far far future.
Life Hacks for the New Vegan– I loved interviewing a bunch of awesome vegan bloggers and chefs to create a go-to guide for veggie newbies.
Boston Vegetarian Food Festival– A day of free food and fun? What’s not to love? I can’t wait to go to this year’s festival and eat EVERYTHING… again.
We Go Together Like…– Pesto-bruschetta, guacamole hummus, and cookies and cream peanut butter, need I say more?
“Sushi making” is definitely under the “Special Skills” part of my resume, right between “leading effective dictatorships” and “functioning properly in a state of delusion.”
My Top 4 Vegan Mistakes– We all need to laugh at ourselves now and again, I just have more opportunities to do so than most people.
Crazy for Cauliflower– I still get requests from my omni friends to make them cauliflower crust pizza on the regular. More than a year later, it’s still a total hit.
The birthplace of America’s independence has some of the best vegan restaurants in our great nation, so, if you’re ever in town, these are the real tourist attractions you NEED to visit.
I Won’t Have the Salad– Salads are great, don’t get me wrong, but a vegan omelet filled with seitan chorizo is hard to pass up.
How to Satisfy a Vegan Sweet Tooth– I’ve never met a date I didn’t like…and then immediately ate.
The first step is admitting your hanger, so you can accept it, treat it, and then move on. Snacking helps too.
My first ever Foodie Tuesday :’) I had recently discovered how to bake with mashed avocado and wanted to tell the world. The rest, they say, is history.