Topic: News

It's been recipe mania around here. Last night I counted up all the new recipes I've created so far, and hit 50+. (Granted some of these include sauces and dressings, but still!)

This discovery was shocking, exciting and also a big wave of relief. You see, when my publisher asked me if I wanted to write another cookbook, I said "hell yes!" but then he asked if I could have the whole thing done in two months so ...

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For the last two weeks or so, I've been hinting on twitter and facebook that I had some mega news to share. 

There seemed to be three common guesses: 1.) I was pregnant. 2.) I got another book deal. or 3.) I got a TV show.

Well... If you guessed I got another book deal.... you're half right!

I didn't just sign on to write one more book, but TWO more books! 

That's right ...

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Have I mentioned how much I love my husband, Scott, and my assistant, Andrea, lately? 

Well, I do.

They collaborated and brought a cool new feature to happyherbivore.com.

We've (well... they've) been working hard on it for a few weeks so you may have noticed some changes around here...

Anyway, the recipes page has been redesigned. 

It's much more user-friendly (for example, recipes now have labels for easier navigation, you can "like" your fave ...

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Although I hate to admit it, I have some clear favorite recipes in the cookbook and Scott does too. During the testing process for the book, there were some clear favorites among the testers as well.

This, of course, made me wonder what the fan favorites would be -- what would everyone make first? make the most? blog and tweet about? 

I had my suspicions and I was half on the money. I expected the queso, nacho cheese and low ...

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After two awesome signings in DC and NYC, Pittsburgh had a lot to live up to --- and it did!

Unlike the previous book signings, I wasn't meeting a bunch of Herbies at a cool eatery. Instead, I was signing and demonstrating at Right By Nature.

Right By Nature is a lot like a Whole Foods Market except it's independent, locally owned and operated, and they focus on organic, local ingredients. I was totally into this store & the ...

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