Happy Herbivore Blog

Just a quick post to let you know that we made it!

This is the view from our front patio where I had breakfast (bananas, oats and coconut milk yogurt) this morning. We're still settling in, but I'll post pictures of the island and our new condo soon.

The flight down was fine. Jet Blue far exceeded our expectations and proved to be a very dog (and vegan!) friendly airline. Here the pugs are at the gate before ...

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Today, Scott, the pugs & I all become ex-pats.

In the four years I've had this blog, we've moved to two new homes. We moved from Boston to Los Angeles and then from Los Angeles to New York City. Both adventures across America were spectacular and now we're on to our third home... 

Only this time we're leaving our home country altogether and relocating to St. Maarten, a French/Dutch island in the Caribbean. I guess ...

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Scott & I spent the weekend in Charleston, SC for his 10th Citadel reunion. It was the first time I was back in Charleston since our wedding and since I was vegan. 

Although the South--and especially Charleston, is known for its hospitality, I had to wonder how hospitable it would be to some rather picky vegans from New York City.

Turns out the South has charm even for the vegans. Three of the restaurants we visited, Caviar & Bananas ...

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In my anniversary post I touched on how Happy Herbivore would not be where it was today without you -- without the support and press of bloggers, friends and fans of Happy Herbivore. I am so grateful for your efforts and today I'm sharing a few blog posts about HH recipes written by HH's fan... enjoy!

Keri at I Eat Trees made HH's brown rice pudding (that is her awesome picture) and HH's zucchini muffins (we ...

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In light of HH's 4th Birthday, this week's Top 10 Tuesday names the recipes I'm most sentimental about...and why!

1. Blueberry Crisp - this was one of my earliest published recipes and it's still a fave!

2. Chickpea Tacos - my first invention! I remember the night I created this recipe. I was starving and the only thing I had on hand was a can of chickpeas and taco shells. Add homemade taco seasoning and voila! Who ...

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