Author Archives: Jenny

MiniMoFo: Signature Dish

Are you ready for Vegan MoFo?  It’s in November this year, but I’m so excited that I’m joining in with the warm-up exercises of MiniMoFo.  The first prompt is: what’s your signature dish?  (The deadline is 27th September, if any … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Pie & Ale

Last weekend may have been the best of my life for one very simple reason:  the temperature dropped below 20C.  Finally!  After months of coming home from work sweaty and uncomfortable, this was all I wanted.  When I was complaining … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Incruenti

Four or five years ago, I went through a brief phase of thinking how great it would be to run my own cafe.  I was mentally picking out my crockery and decor, and which cakes I would make.  Then I … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking (Part Two)

[I’m having another week off blogging:  here’s Dr HH telling you more about the food he cooked from Minimalist Baker!] This week I’ll start with the main dishes.  I started out with the relatively simple looking Masala Chickpea Curry.   The … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking (Part One)

(In August I made nothing more taxing in the kitchen than a cup of tea!  Dr HH took over the cooking – and now he is taking over the blog as well.  He put me to shame by cooking so … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Kosmonaut

Sunday roast for only £9?!  Yes please! There are a few places in Manchester that offer a veganised traditional Sunday dinner, but this one in the Northern Quarter is the only one I’ve tried.  And it’s a good ‘un! The … Continue reading

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Vegan in Barcelona (Part Two)

Continuing our adventures in Barcelona:  after paying some rather steep prices for tapas, we finally got some good value for money at Vegetart. It’s a nice little takeaway deli place.  When we visited, they were stocked up with burgers, hummus, … Continue reading

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