About

I am a vegetarian with aspirations to being a vegan. But the pull of parmigiano is deep, ancient and powerful. It’s like the ring of Mordor, man.

I am not a trained chef–wish I was–but I love (no really, LOVE) cooking and feeding people. It’s an adventure, a cultural experience, a creative endeavor, a way to feed my family and make people happy. The kitchen is the land of (literally) milk and honey.

Everything here is what we are eating in my house. I am a home cook without graces or finesse, but a strong interest and curiosity to learn. My ambition, my goal is for vegetarian food to not be boring. I hope that this blog is a means to that end.

Peace.

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17 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thank you for liking a post on my blog; you have a stunning blog. i’m not a veggie, but my goodness i could easily eat less meat reading your blog!

  2. Loving the philosophy of your blog. Beautiful! I am a huge supporter of plant-based diets so I can tell that I’m going to enjoy reading your archive of recipes. Yum! Thanks for finding me so that I could find you xx

  3. your recipes look delicious 🙂 I look forward to following your blog.
    -April

  4. Hi! Thanks for visiting and following my blog – I hope you’re enjoying it. Just to let you know, I’ve moved to self hosted and you’ve followed my old, disused site. The correct site to follow is http://www.eatsleepbakerepeat.com. Hopefully see you there! Kim x

  5. Hi,
    i am new to blogging and I like the look and feel of your blog very much. Which theme are you using??

  6. Great blog! Glad to find you! 🙂

  7. Sounds wonderful! What a lucky family you have haha! I also love to experiment with different cuisines. There are so many incredible ingredients to discover out there that it’s almost a shame to just stick to one style of cooking.Avocado, sriracha, chipotle and daal? Sounds like a dream! (Except I’m also crazy about sweets as you can tell from my site hehehe)

  8. Hi there, you have a great blog here! I look forward to seeing more of your wonderful vegetarian creations.

  9. Thank you for stopping by in my blog! I love the recipes you share. I’m very curious on the Korean rice cakes.

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