Did you know that traditional store bought marshmallows contain ingredients like blue dye , tetrasodium pyrophospate and artificial flavor? Ick. Not for my kids. Our house is chemical free, which means nothing artificial in our food either! We also avoid corn syrup and cook with a lot of vegan ingredients. These are the best ever marshmallows, perfect for topping hot cocoa (or adult beverage of choice) or whipping up in sweet potatoes and krisp rice treats.
By Nava · On Nov 29, 2010 Rating: 3.0/ 5 (26 votes cast) Here’s a recipe I’ve made many times over the years as a Thanksgiving main dish. It’s one of my family’s favorites, so I brought it forward from Vegetarian Celebrations into Vegan Holiday Kitchen. This layered casserole of cooked cornmeal topping a tasty bean chili is adapted from a Native American recipe.
When Nava Atlas asked me at the beginning of last year to take the photos for Vegan Holiday Kitchen , I thought about it for about a day and then gave her an emphatic “Yes!” She warned me that she would need more photos than I’d taken for her previous book, Vegan Express –about five times as many–but I’d learned so much from that experience that I was happy to get the chance to work with Nava again. In the spring of 2010, just as it was starting to heat up here in the Deep South, we got to work on Thanksgiving recipes while ingredients like butternut squash were still available. I may have been blogging about spring vegetables like asparagus , but it still seemed like autumn in my house as I prepared and photographed fall favorites from Coconut Butternut Squash Soup to Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Hint of Chocolate:
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Ingredients 8 cup torn kale leaves (about 1/2 large bunch; see Tip) 2 Tbsp horseradish 1 medium shallot, minced ½ tsp freshly ground pepper ¼ tsp salt 2 cup cooked shredded potatoes (see Ingredient note) 3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil Directions 1.
A very long time ago, I worked next door to a gourmet food shop in Darien, CT, called the Good Food Store. Those of you from these parts will remember it, as it was quite popular. They had the best soups & I often bought my lunch from them. I remember one day seeing "three lily soup" on the menu & wondering what on earth it was. The salesperson explained to me that it was an onion soup, made with shallots & garlic...all vegetables from the lily family.
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