Happy Herbivore Blog

Oh yes I did! The other night I couldn't shake a craving for a brownie. I'm not much of a chocoaholic usually, but I was in the mood and studying for the bar exam, so I figured, why not give myself a little treat? I've seen microwave brownie and chocolate cake recipes on blogs before but they use microwaves and I sadly don't have one in my new apartment. It was also 9:30 p.m ...

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I love gravy. My vegetables are often seen floating in it. Sometimes I have more gravy on my plate than anything else... and if no one is looking, I might just have a spoonful or two. Now a confession: for the past four years I've been living on a packet mix. I know, that's so unlike me. I usually abstain from "just add water" products but Hain's is pretty healthy and so darn delicious that I couldn ...

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After Chicago, Scott & I drove 700+ miles to my birthplace of Scranton, PA to surprise my entire maternal family. Last Saturday was the annual Family Reunion. For the last four years we've been unable to attend and this year we expected to still be traveling. The look on everyone's faces was priceless and it was great to see everyone, especially my younger cousins who have grown so much!

 Anyway, we're officially back in the City & ...

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Where did I leave off? Oh right, South Dakota. Since South Dakota we've visited Minnesota, Wisconsin & Illinois. I'll get straight to the food because I've been teasing my twitter friends long enough! (If only my phone and twitpic got along...) More photos of our eats are on flickr.

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The daily vegan special at French Meadows in Minneapolis, MN.

Honestly, this was one of the best meals I've ever had. I am going to butcher the ...

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Wyoming is very rocky! In fact, it's a geologist's playground. We noticed one particular rock formation was 2.5 billion years old. In some ways, being in Wyoming makes you feel like you've gone back in history, to walk the same lands the dinosaurs once roamed. Depending on where you are in the state, you might just pass an excavation site or see dinosaur tracks molded into the land. After Wyoming we went to Mt. Rushmore... we ...
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