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Bread.A Bakery, Flushing, NY

I’ve briefly mentioned Bread.A Bakery in a couple of previous posts: (mooncake and rice cake) but haven’t dedicated a whole post to them yet. So, here it is! Bread.A Bakery is located at 41-46 College Point Blvd (between 41 Ave and Sanford Ave) in Flushing, NY. It is a small Chinese Vegetarian/Vegan bakery serving organic...

Chinese New Year Feast Part 2 – Recipes

Here are the recipes for the Watercress soup, Spinach and Tofu Dumplings, and Mock Beef Dumplings from Chinese New Year Feast Part 1, along with some helpful links on dumpling making. Enjoy! I’ll write up the recipes for the delicious stir-fry rice noodles and tasty marinated beef soon… very soon.

Spinach and Mushroom Polenta Quiche

The recipe for the Spinach and Mushroom Quiche was adapted from The Modern Vegetarian Kitchen by Peter Berley. Instead of using a pastry crust for the quiche, I decided to use cooked polenta as the top and bottom layers. The original recipe did not use any butter for their pastry crust. The recipe for the...

Tofu Pumpkin Pie

I posted a recipe for a vegan pumpkin pie a while back. I have been looking forward to baking this for some time and was very excited this past weekend when I finally made time for it. I am a big fan of pies and cakes. Also, I am always intrigued by vegan food and...

Pineapple Fried Rice 2.0

In an earlier post, I attempted to make Thai Pineapple Fried Rice. It came out pretty well the first time and I was impressed. I decided to retry this dish, but this time with a few variations in the ingredients. I will also be using an amazing cast iron wok! Ingredients: Carrots Fried tofu Vegetarian...

Lunar New Year Food (Vegetarian Style)

This entry showcases some delicious vegetarian dishes I ate this past weekend. The main ingredients of the dishes are tofu, bean curd, and gluten. Some were purchased from a Buddhist temple that serves an amazing assortment of vegetarian cuisine. Some were prepared by my mom who is a big fan of Chinese vegetarian foods. There’s...

Bean Curd Tofu Stew

I’m a big fan of vegetarian cuisine and the art of imitation meat. I’m most intrigued by Buddhist vegetarian foods. Their dishes look like meat, but are actually made of a combination of tofu, wheat gluten, and other amazing ingredients. (For example, making vegetarian roasted pork from wheat gluten.) One ingredient commonly used in Asian...

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