MORE OLIVER!!! and cooking videos. but mostly oliver.
this little vid was so cute :) Congrats for the upcoming graduation and yay for having more time to spend on the blog! As for what I want to see more of..well recipes are always a winner with me, particularly those using from scratch ingredients as opposed to bought fake meats and cheeses which are harder to get over here in the UK. Thank you. Looking forward to you posting more often.
take a drive down to miami and check out the Glaser farmers market in coconut grove. ask around for Lamoy...she's a local vendor on the outskirts of the market. she has her own tent/spot. BEST RAW VEGAN FOOD EVER. also, check out sublime. thats closer to west palm beach. i love your quick and easy recipes. i would love to see more of those.
I'd definitely love to see more Oliver! I'd also love to see more gluten-free vegan recipes & reviews. You're cooking videos great too :)
Blake, no worries, Oliver and I are negotiating as we speak.Good point, Emma. I'm sure the ingredients we have access to are probably different. Shouldn't be hard to avoid too much specialty stuff though for future recipes :)Ana - I love Sublime! I'll have to check out that market though!Karissa, you're right, I don't have enough gluten-free options yet!
Hey Sammi! big fan of your blog and so glad you're back :) i don't if you've tried those asian red bean buns but they're so delicious. I used to have the sesame seed buns all the time but don't now because they contain milk and eggs :( they're a great recipe to veganize because the bean filling means you can have sweet treat and a good protein source! You can also fry or bake them; they're delicious both ways. In case you don't know what i'm talking about: http://happyhomebaking.blogspot.com.au/2010/08/rolls-and-buns.htmlThank you! you and Oliver are adorable :)
congrats on graduating!!i'd love to see more cooking videos. really i thought all your ideas were great.
Congratulations on graduating! I would love to see more videos for recipes that make great leftovers. There aren't many good vegan lunch options around where I work in DC. Java Green, Teaism & Founding Farmers are good but you can only eat at the same place so many times. Recipes that would keep for 2-3 days would rock!By the way, My bichon frise, Lucie, and I love your ebelskivers.
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