Vegan Jambalaya

Posted in: Cooking, dinner, Food, Louisiana, New Orleans, Recipe, vegan

Jambalaya is a dish from Lousiana, which has its origins in the Spanish and French cuisines. The most common meat used for jambalaya is smoked sausage (usually andouille), chicken, pork, beef, turkey, shrimp, or red beans. In this recipe, Chef Eliana used Tofurky andouille sausage and chicken seitan, which makes for a tasty Vegan Jambalaya. [...]

Frozen Fruit Cup Slush

Posted in: Recipe, Snack, vegan

Here in Louisiana, it can get hot during the summers. My family loves this refreshing frozen fruit slush to cool us down! The great thing about this refreshing snack is that it works excellent for desserts and is perfect for guests. The frozen fruit cup slush combines pineapple, bananas, oranges, and lemons along with ginger [...]

Miso, Black Vinegar, Bok Choy, and Mushroom Stir-Fry

Posted in: Cooking, Recipe, sides, vegan

Bok Choy is a Chinese leaf vegetable commonly used in Chinese cuisine. This vegetable is related to the Western cabbage and of the same species as the common turnip. Miso paste is a paste made from fermented soybeans. The mixture ferments for anywhere from a couple of months to years! The longer it ages, the [...]

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Posted in: Baking, Cookies, Dessert, Food, Recipe, vegan, Vegetarian

We all have heard the story of George Washington Carver who began promoting the peanut and its many uses back in 1916. But, did you also know that the Aztecs invented peanut butter in the 14th century? But Peanut Butter Cookies became an American favorite in the early 1900s, due to George Washington Carver’s introduction [...]

Banana Ice Cream

Posted in: Dessert, Food, Recipe, vegan

I love this recipe for Banana Ice Cream! It’s simple to make, and if you’re lactose intolerant, this is the ice cream for you. There are only two ingredients to this recipe, bananas and milk ( you can use almond, soy, etc.). I have seen other methods where that only use banana, but I feel [...]

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