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Kids on site…

We love kids.   But we don’t typically include them in supper club because, especially in the colder months, there is just not enough room in the house.  However, we want you to bring your children in July. There will be sidewalk chalk, animals and cars to make pretend homes and roads for, and even interesting […]

Saying Goodbye

It is so hard to say to good-bye to our friend, Jim Carter (2nd from left), who passed away peacefully in his sleep on the 22nd of June.  Jim was a regular attendee of supper club and an ardent believer in the plant-based lifestyle, attributing his continued health after serious heart problems to following a […]

VegOut 2015

So much fun at this year’s VegOut, capably organized by Emma Gasinski and a team of wonderful, plant-based students at GVSU.  Grateful thanks as well to my cooking partner-in-crime Elizabeth Pitzer, former home ec teacher and vegan chef extraordinaire.  Here are the recipes we demo-ed at VegOut 2015.  Looking forward to seeing all our new friends […]

Pantry Power

It’s possible that, having been to my basement, you have a case of Pantry Envy.  It’s okay.  I would, too.  But whatever the size of your pantry, you can begin to stock up on the staples that will make whole-foods, plant-based cooking easier and more enjoyable.  Below, find my personal must-haves (if I’ve forgotten anything, […]

Dennis shows off his Sunflower Mac-n-Cheese Recipe

Have you ever met anyone who hated mac-n-cheese?  I don’t think I have.  But for many reasons, people say good-bye to this gooey creamy, warming comfort food dish.  Well, Dennis hasn’t!  He was willing to share his delicious recipe and surprise, surprise, it comes from one of our favorite cookbook authors.  Isa is a perfect […]

Tex-Mex Tabbouli

A delicious combination of grains and late-summer produce, this tasty salad will keep all week long. Tex-Mex Tabbouli I am notorious for not supplying my recipes to our supper club–though I promise to.  I love tabbouli, especially when there are fresh tomatoes.  This recipe is a riff off an old one I found in Bon […]

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