It's only the beginning of December and I can already smell the familiar scents of the holiday season. Cinnamon candles, gingerbread cookies, candy canes and hot cocoa are on everyone's mind once again.
I'm having trouble finding words to describe how much I love this dessert. Had I known it was going to look and taste this good, I would have made two! Better still, it's one of those desserts that can be added to your not-so-guilty pleasures of the holiday season.
Baking is known to be an exact science. Many recipes are able to accomodate some slight variations, but if you've ever wondered why a recipe turned out great one time and not so great another time, variation in your measurements could be a leading culprit.
If I close my eyes, I can conjure up memories of childhood visits to my grandmother’s house at Christmas time, where I would always expect to see a large bowl of nuts on the dining-room table.
As an avid reader of recipe books, I rarely find myself purchasing a book whose target audience is new to vegan cooking. Yet, macrobiotic vegan chef Christy Morgan’s gorgeous first book, Blissful Bites: Vegan Meals That Nourish Mind, Body and Planet, seems fit for anyone interested in making healthy, delicious, animal-free meals without a...