This year has been a whirlwind of new & exciting adventures, so when I have some downtime, I either spend it eating, cooking, binge watching Netflix, reading, or bonding over a new show with Josh. Thankfully Josh & I now live in the same time zone, which makes watching a show simultaneously easier with our busy schedules. With the invention of Rabb.it, what we see on screen is synchronous. I’ve successfully convinced him to watch Game of Thrones, which we both thoroughly enjoy, but we made a pact: no secretly watching the show without one another. Since my ISP gives me access to HBO Go & Josh doesn’t have it, he can’t watch it without me. If you haven’t started watching GoT–because you’re a Slowpoke like us–& you love fantasy shows with amazing storylines, you need to start, because folks, winter is coming.
For those of you who are freezing your booties off, my new Cauliflower & Tofu Vindaloo recipe will surely warm you up. Add extra heat to it by using red chilies, jalapeños, or cayenne. Before heading off to Florida for the holidays, I gave a huge tupperware of this to my best friend Lacey. She ate it all, within 3 days, for breakfast, lunch, & dinner. She has 6 roommates & she shared it with herself because, “it was so good & if I shared it, then I’d have less of it.”
Cauliflower & Tofu Vindaloo
Be sure to check out my recipe here & get your curry on! If you don’t like cauliflower for some reason, just use another vegetable or root like sweet potato. Unless I post a macaron recipe, which is pure science & needs to be followed exactly, all my recipes are very flexible & easily adaptable to your tastes.
Not feeling the weather because it’s hot where you live? No problem! I’ve added a side dish recipe perfect for picnics.
Dijon Potato Salad
I’m not the biggest fan of potato salad even though I love mayonnaise, but this potato salad is free of mayo & vegan friendly. The addition of dill (not pictured) really gives the potatoes a new dimension of flavor, but it’s not necessary; it’s really just a nice touch. Perfect alongside some delicious sandwiches or at a holiday party, this is a very simple recipe.
My deepest apologies for not returning comments in a timely manner – I’ve been quite busy with school. I’ll be returning to a snow-less Southern California for my Winter Break, but that only means more recipes, a much anticipated updated layout (I AM NOT LEAVING MY HOUSE UNTIL THIS HAPPENS), & more photos in the gallery. Can’t really edit photos on my laptop anymore because I haven’t much room left. All I want for Christmas is a new hard drive for my Macbook Pro. Hope all of you have a wonderful holiday season!