Month: April 2012

Cookbook Review: 350 Best Vegan Recipes That Anyone Will Enjoy

This new cookbook, 350 Best Vegan Recipes, covers everything from breakfast to dessert. But what I love most about this book is that it takes the cooking from scratch to a whole other level. While most vegan cookbooks call for processed ingredients found at your local or specialty store, in this book the author dedicates an entire section to teaching you how to make some of those same ingredients yourself.  She gives you recipes and instructions for making your own vegan bouillon, homemade tofu, sour cream (tofu, safflower oil, lemon juice, vinegar, sugar, and salt), vegan sweetened condensed milk...

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Cookbook Review: 150 Best Vegan Muffin Recipes by Camilla V Saulsbury

Vegan cooking has come a long way in the last few years. What used to be thought of as a fringe diet is now more mainstream; because people are finding out that going vegan doesn’t mean giving up a lot of the foods they love. You don’t have to become a crunchy, sandal-wearing hippy to enjoy the health benefits of an animal-free diet. In fact, the more I learn about the vegan lifestyle, the more I think that perhaps someday I’ll make the move from vegetarian to vegan and this book, 150 Best Vegan Muffin Recipes is one book that...

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Book Review: Vegetarian Kitchen Table Cookbook – 275 Delicious Recipes

I have been a vegetarian for years, but I still find myself cooking the same 3-5 things repeatedly.  I know I need to broaden my recipe repertoire, but I seem to collect more traditional cookbooks that I use to make husband’s meals, and I neglect my own. I recently received a new vegetarian cookbook that looks promising. “The Vegetarian Kitchen Table Cookbook: 275 Delicious Recipes” is a collection of simple recipes that anyone can enjoy.  They’re made from fresh whole food and they offer a fabulous variety of colors and flavors. The recipes are well written and the photos...

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Cookbook Review: Lazy Gourmet: Magnificent Meals Made Easy

Before watching cooking shows became a favorite pastime, I had no idea what a coulis was.  Granted, I assumed that if one of the Top Chef contestants was serving it, it must be difficult to make.  I couldn’t have been more wrong. Now you can be inspired to try more dishes previously thought to be difficult and you can do it easily and with equipment you likely already own and ingredients you will probably find in your grocery store. The Lazy Gourmet: Magnificent Meals Made Easy is a book that wants to demystify the whole fine dining world.  You can...

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Wine Review: Nipozzano Riserva Chianti Rufina

I am not a wine aficionado so please forgive me if you are.  I don’t know about tasting notes and I have never been able to taste what the experts do; I just know if I think it is pleasant to drink, or not.  For me, a wine is fabulous if it is something I can sip and enjoy with friends – yes, I probably have low expectations – but I know what I like. So since I’m not an expert, I’m going to rely a bit on the vintner’s description for this wine.  I’ll tell you that the...

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Infant and Child Bath Time Hints and Tips

Bath time isn’t just for getting clean.  It’s a chance to have fun and bond with your child. Bath time can be something you both look forward to if you take a few easy steps to make it a relaxed and fun. We’ve teamed with Gerber Childrenswear to help make bath time easier and more fun. Gerber is a name synonymous with babies. From their baby food and life insurance policies to their childrenswear, Gerber is a part of the American infant’s life. Infant and Child Bath Time Hints & Tips Establish a bath time routine – baths don’t have to be taken at night,...

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