Cocktails for New Year's Eve
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There's something about New Year's Eve that just puts everyone in a great mood! Getting dressed up, being with friends and family, counting down to mi
Back to School Lunch Ideas!
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September has arrived and we all know what that means ... back to school time!
That dreaded time of year where you spend days, maybe weeks shopping
Vegetarian Gourmet Artisan Vegan Burgers Now Available for Sale!!
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Great News!!! Vegetarian Gourmet is proud to launch a brand new line of Artisan Vegan Burgers! To find out where you can purchase these Artisan Vegan
Where can you buy Vegetarian Gourmet Artisan Vegan Burgers?
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Our Vegetarian Gourmet Artisan Vegan Burgers are now available for sale! Choose your area from the list below to find a store near you that carries Ve
What is Passover
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The holiday of Passover commemorates the Hebrews escape from slavery in Egypt. Today, to remember this event we avoid all leavened food, because when
Oh the SuperBowl!!
Modified on 1/27/2015 12:52:16 AM
As February approaches, all the talk is about the upcoming huge game - the Superbowl! People are getting into the spirit, just waiting to find out wh
All kinds of drinks to celebrate the New Year!
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A really fun blog hop!
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The holiday season is slowly (or quickly) approaching! We all know what that means ... parties, gatherings, joy and of course lots and lots of food!
Pumpkins and Squashes 101!
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Pumpkins and squashes are now in season, but there are just so many varieties out there. How can one decipher the differences between them and how to
Modified on 10/15/2014 2:38:15 PM
Halloween is coming up!
We've put together our favorite fun ideas for snacks, cocktails and crafts from around the web (no pun intended!!) to thr
How to preserve the beautiful veggies for winter...
Modified on 10/1/2014 6:32:05 PM
This is the time of year where the farmers markets (and our gardens) are overflowing with the most beautiful fresh veggies! Although we all know this
Great Foods to Break the Fast!
Modified on 9/30/2014 2:08:13 PM
Now that Rosh Hashanna has just passed, we all know what is to come. Yom Kippur - the holiest day of the year for the Jewish people. It is a day of re
It's Rosh Hashanna - Don't Forget the Veggies!
Modified on 10/3/2014 2:57:58 PM
So Rosh Hashanna, the Jewish New Year is around the corner.
Whether you are hosting a dinner or a lunch for the holidays, I'm sure you know there i
A Puck of Soup For a Snack?
Modified on 4/19/2014 11:51:39 AM
OK, this has to be the coolest thing I ever did with
I absolutely adore eating soups, really any kind of soup will make me happy. Especial
How to drain and press tofu
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For best results when using firm tofu it is important to drain and press. Many people think they do not like tofu, because this step is often skipped,
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If you have never caramelized onions before, you really need to try it! The onions become so sweet and delicious you will believe it is a different ve
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Passover is here!Are you fed up of Matzah covered in anything and called dessert? Fed up of Passover cookies that could easily pass for rocks?Have no
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Cool Features of this Site
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This site has been designed to make your life a little easier - well at least the cooking part of your life!
We have put together many features t
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Roasting peppers is an important skill to master. You can make a large batch and freeze them, they last for about 1 year in the freezer. I like to do
Vegetarian Thanksgiving Feast
Modified on 10/6/2014 3:21:19 PM
So you've decided to host Thanksgiving dinner this year...
Why not skip the turkey and offer a beautiful Thanksgiving feast made primarily of ...
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It's Christmas morning. The tree has been decorated, the gifts have been opened and you are still full from the huge feast you had last night! But wai
5 Red and Green Foods for Christmas Eve!
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Everyone knows that the colors of Christmas are red and green! If you want your food to match your Christmas tree, mistletoe, stockings and of course
Passover Recipes without the Meat!
Modified on 3/12/2015 6:40:22 PM
Passover is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated every year in early spring. Click here if you would like more information about this holiday...but for
Fondue leftovers will give you dinners all week!
Modified on 7/9/2014 12:20:17 PM
Whenever I make a fondue dinner, I always prepare way more of the veggies and sauces than I need. I know it will really help me out with easy dinners
My Favourite Valentine’s Day Meal – Fondue For 2!
Modified on 2/11/2015 9:30:10 PM
Every year on Valentine's Day, my husband and I absolutely love to share a fondue dinner. This has become a tradition ever since we started dating yea
Gift Exchange ``stealing`` Game
Modified on 11/3/2014 3:29:35 PM
Gift exchanges can be so much fun at many different holiday parties! I think it is best to turn this activity into a fun game. Here I describe my all-
Potato Latkes - 3 Ways!
Modified on 11/30/2014 4:46:51 PM
I just love latkes! Potatoes, onions, deep fried - crispy deliciousness - how can you not love them!
What are latkes?
Latkes are a type of cri