I have to admit I don’t make this dish as much as I’d like to – but every time I have this, it is such a treat. And yes, it is completely vegan and yes, it is extremely comforting and goopy and stringy and everything you want from a classic mac and cheese.
Yes hi hello there, it’s summer all of a sudden now isn’t it? With traveling and being so busy with work, I feel like I haven’t shopped for clothes in ages. About time to hit the webshops! Here’s what I found and put on my wish list for this summer. Spoiler alert: you won’t find romantic flowery prints in this list – simple / unicolour / structured clothing is the way this girl rolls.
One can not travel to a country where there is a Sephora and not go to Sephora, right? Right. I remember there being one right across the border, but I think Sephora pulled out of the Netherlands altogether now. Anyway, I was a broke student back then so I never really bought much except from their own brand – the rest was often too expensive for my budget. I remember borrowing money from a friend just so I could buy the UD Naked Pallete. Yes, the OG! I still have it but don’t use it anymore – bc lol they’re all shimmery or glittery (and that shit don’t work for me) and well it’s about 8 years old now (gross). ANYWAY.
I recently purchased the brand spanking new Bosh cookbook. I’ve come across their top-down filmed recipe clips on Facebook or Instagram so many times and I’ve tried a few of them – so I was very curious about this book. These sticky mushrooms and sweet & spicy tofu are some of the first things I tried from it and really liked them – so here’s my own take on their recipe.
Hello there and a good sunday morning to you. As promised, here’s some of the coolest stuff we did or see when we went to NYC last month!
Hello and a welcome back to me. I’ve been home since tuesday night so I’ve had a couple of days to try and get back into my daily routine (my GAWD ain’t jetlag a pain in the stink), and I’ve finally taken the time to show how I experienced our two week trip to Toronto and New York City. First up is Toronto, aka the land of the amazing vegan foods and all the squirrels. Grab yourself a Flaming Moe because this is going to be a Patty and Selma worthy slide show.
I’ve always liked having houseplants, but to be honest I never really knew what I was doing. And maybe I still don’t, but I feel I have gained some understanding about them. I’ve recently started experimenting with propagating some of them, and I was surprised how easy it is to nurse some baby spider plants.