Hello lovely people! If you love veggies the way I do, you’ll be thrilled when checking the ingredients’ list. This curry recipe features bok choy and mushrooms amongst other and I found this combination to be particularly successful. When I’m cooking Asian food, I find myself struggling with the cooking time and my veggies tend to be slightly too soft.
The food blogger community is so inspiring! I was looking for fresh salad ideas the other day and landed on Kathryn’s beautiful blog “Cookie and Kate”. For the anecdote, Cookie is the name of her cute dog who happens to enjoy eating raw kale like me! Kate, your dog and I should meet!
Once again, I have to thank the amazing community of online food blogger. This time, I found my inspiration on Glue & Glitter, a blog full of amazing vegan recipes. I think what makes this recipe a gem is the homemade avocado pesto that you can spot in the center of the bowl.
My last vegan cheesecake featured raspberries and it was so delicious that I wanted to challenge myself again with a 3-layer no-bake cheesecake. I’m pretty happy with the result, visually and gustatively speaking. It surely takes a bit more time to prepare than my previous cheesecake recipe.
I finally did it! My first raw raspberry cheese cake. I divided the quantities by two and my hubbie and I only managed to eat a fourth of the cake (together). How long is it going to take us to finish it? Who knows….Francois just said he had eaten for the next 3 days! Raw cheesecakes of all sorts are 95% nuts and 5% fruits (have a look at the ingredient lists and just do the maths!). No wonder it could satisfy a whole rugby team right before a world cup...