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What Jay Astafa taught me about Italian food + get in on his exclusive pop-up event in NYC

April 11, 2013 | 1

It was September 2011 when I first heard about a young, motivated, vegan chef on Long Island who was doing astonishing things with Italian food. That also happened to be the same month that I set out on my little … Read More

An Interview With Ian Brandt, Breakfast At Vertical Diner, Lunch At City Dogs, & Dinner At Omar’s

November 27, 2012 | 1

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Written October 3, 2012

This morning we were scheduled to meet Ian Brandt, the owner of Vertical … Read More

The Ultimate Vegan Soup Shop + Cafe Green With Vegan Author, Tracye McQuirter

June 13, 2012 | 7

Hey ya’ll! I arrived in southern Tennessee last night after completing my vegan food tour of the entire state of FL (in about two weeks) and the one and only vegan restaurant in Alabama. I’m now going to be here … Read More

Sexy Tofu, The Stand, & Health In A Hurry + A Smoothie Recipe!

March 29, 2012 | 6

Connecticut as a whole has definitely left an impression on me. Whether it was the unique cuisine in Hartford, the super friendly restaurant owners and servers, or the amazing eats, it was all pretty great. And honestly, I didn’t really … Read More

Fire-N-Spice (Hartford) & Red Lentil (New Haven) CT Vegan Restaurants

March 19, 2012 | 3

After an amazing few days in the Northampton, MA area I popped down to Hartford to check out the one and only vegan restaurant in that city, and to hang with an old friend, Adam and his lovely girlfriend, Aliza … Read More

My First “Couch Surfing” Experience + Belmont Vegetarian – Worcester, MA

March 11, 2012 | 4

What do you do when you can’t find overnight parking (that also feels safe) and you haven’t budgeted for regular hotel stays? You go surfing. On couches, man!! This actually wasn’t planned out too far in advance. The timing of … Read More