Topic: Holiday

Alright, I admit it: I hate football.

But!

I do love going to Superbowl parties. I look at Superbowl Sunday as an excuse to get together with friends and eat good food (and feed vegan treats to unsuspecting omni's). 

I also learned early in life that it's important to see the commercials during the Superbowl because everyone talks about them at school or work the next day and you get labeled a mutant if you say "oh, didn ...

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Today is Vegan Pizza Day -- I actually just found out about this yesterday but hey! better late to the party then totally miss it!

At first I was sort-a bummed that I wasn't home in NYC to eat at my favorite vegan-friendly pizzeria, Slice Perfect.

If I've never talked your ear off about this place: gimme a sec. I love Slice Perfect because they have nailed the true NY-style thin crust, but they use the best, organic (whole-wheat ...

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Top 10 of 2010! Well, doesn't this post title have a nice ring to it?

I can hardly believe 2010 is almost over! 2010 has been a crazy year for me (and Happy Herbivore)...but mostly filled with wonderful events, opportunities and new friends!

At the start of the year, I was just finishing up the recipes in my cookbook (which will finally be hitting the shelves in less than a month!) It doesn't really feel like it ...

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Top 10 Tuesday: 10 Vegan Christmas (Holiday) Menus [delayed posting--I had Internet troubles on Tuesday]

In case you missed all my online blabbering: I was hired by a hotel in St. Maarten to create vegan menus for all four of their restaurants and yesterday was my first day in the kitchen!

All I have to say about that is: Top Chef? Hells Kitchen? Child's play! Try working in a busy kitchen when you don't speak the language!

But ...

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Hey herbies! I've been getting a couple of emails and comments via Facebook asking for suggestions and ideas for foods one can take to their office party, neighbor's holiday gathering and the like, so for this Top 10 Tuesday, here are some of my favorite Holiday party "potluck" dishes.

On the simpler side, I recommended "Honey" Roasted "Nuts" -- you can also do a savory take on these no-nuts by roasting them (a la Chickpea Taco style) with Chinese ...

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