Vegan Guide to Boston Part II

Boston is a city with a rich history, top academic institutions, a slight speech impediment (pronouncing Rs is hard), and probably more Vineyard Vines than should be allowed by law. Just kidding… definitely more Vineyard Vines than should be allowed by law. As I’ve mentioned, I am a Masshole, born and raised. I will always have […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Whole Wheat Chickpea Lasagna with Pumpkin-Cashew Cheez

I am not about resolutions. But if I were, my resolution for 2015 would be to eat more carbs. This probably isn’t a popular idea among resolution-casting humans because at some point people decided that carbs are the devil. The fault in this claim (other than the fact that we know Justin Bieber is the […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

St. Petersburg is Melting

St. Petersburg is melting. The roofs are dripping, puddles are becoming lakes, my feet are soaked. The temperature is a whopping +2 C (36ºF) and I’m wearing a T-shirt. There is sweat on my lower back. Is it actually possible that springtime is around the corner? While my babushka and her fur coat would point to […]

Posted in foodz, Izzy, Russia | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Pecan and Cranberry Buckwheat Pancakes

This morning we had a lovely brunch to say goodbye to our dear friend Tori. It’s okay to serve your own going away meals, right? Right. Can you tell I’m doing anything to procrastinate studying? #quitstalin Thanks for coming Torz, I’mma miss ya munchkin! Pecan and Cranberry Buckwheat Pancakes 1/2 cup apple juice 1 Tablespoon brown sugar […]

Posted in foodz | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

©2011 Veganizzm. Design, calligraphy and illustrations by Pati Mo / Developed by Tyler Schappe