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Bambi Vegan Tacos

I’ve been hearing for a few weeks about Bambi Vegan Tacos from friends who frequent the Oak Park Farmers Market. A food truck devoted exclusively to serving vegan tacos – can you imagine?! Today, I finally had a chance to check it out myself. The menu listed three different types of tacos, as well as a taquito plate. After taking …

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Chef John is on Vacation

I wanted to let everyone know that I’ll be on vacation for the next week or so, and really looking forward to doing absolutely nothing. I’m sure I’ll do some cooking, since it’s always fun to experiment with new recipes without the pressure of having to film and edit them at the same time. Who knows, some of them may …

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BERRY MUFFINS

Berry Berry everywhere….yes…my house is filled with the aroma of these berry muffins….this super healthy and super tasty muffins are made with whole wheat flour so that kids can enjoy unlimited!! INGREDIENTS1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour (Atta)1 cup powdered sugar 1/2 cup canola oil or softened butter2 large eggs or 3 small eggs1 TSP baking powder1/2 TSP baking soda1/2 …

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Tomato, Thyme, Caramelised Onion & Goat’s Cheese Pearl Tart

Tomato, Thyme, Caramelised Onion & Goat’s Cheese Pearl Tart This is a brilliant recipe, which once you’ve made, I guarantee you will go on making because it’s just about the easiest and most tasty summer recipe. Delamere Dairy’s Goats Cheese Pearls are deliciously creamy and make this recipe! Serves 4-6 Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time:  30 minutes Ingredients 3tbsp olive oil …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — Hook & Ladder

I was concerned going into Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Co. for lunch today. Before the start of the Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle, the Impossible Burger at Hook & Ladder was my very favorite burger in town. The Jule’s cheese sauce, sautéed mushrooms, and especially the whole grain mustard really made that burger, and I seemed to be in there …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — VEG

Oh, my goodness, I just had such a good burger at VEG! They are offering several different burgers during this month’s Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle, which made trying to pick just one really difficult. After much deliberation, I chose the Far East Burger, which consists of their version of the Impossible Burger (it has a different combination of spices …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — Crocker Cafe

On my to-do list for today was to visit one of the restaurants serving a Portobello burger for the Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle. The Crocker Café, inside the Crocker Art Museum, seemed like a good bet, especially since I’d really enjoyed the smoked Portobello mushroom slices on their tree-hugger BLT when I was there last week. Lunch at the …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — LowBrau

While I could happily eat an Impossible Burger every day during this month’s Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle, I know many of you prefer house-made veggie burgers. So today, I decided to meet up with my friend Kathy, who writes the Sacramento Revealed blog, to try the house-made burger LowBrau is offering this month. The LowBrau vegan burger consists of …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — The Patriot

Another day, another Impossible Burger! For today’s Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle meal, Phil and I had lunch at the Patriot in Carmichael, where they are serving two different versions of the Impossible Burger. The one with kimchi, ginger-soy glaze, ssamjang vegan mayo, and crispy onions sounded intriguing, but I wanted something a little more basic. I chose the Vegan …

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Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle — Revolution Wines

Revolution Wines keeps adding more and more vegan options to their menu, so I wasn’t surprised to see that they were participating in this month’s Great Sacramento Vegan Burger Battle. They are offering two different types of burgers — their version of the Impossible Burger and an oyster mushroom banh mi. My husband Phil and I had lunch there today …

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