Friday, March 4, 2011

A new menu for Mardi Gras!

Hello, and Happy Weekend!

Did you know that next Tuesday is Mardi Gras? A few of this week's items are inspired by Mardi Gras, and by the cuisine of New Orleans.


Mushroom Soup $6


Millet with Roasted Purply-Red and Gold Beets and Sauteed Red Chard. A celebration of the colors of Mardi Gras: Purple for Justice, Green for Faith, and Gold for Power. Topped with Toasty Squash Seeds. $10

Dirty Rice: Traditionally, dirty rice is full of non-vegan bits. Ours is brown basmati rice mixed with lots of beautiful veggies, and homemade rice-oat sausage crumbles. So good! Stuffed into a roasted Acorn Squash half. $9

Roasted Hedgehog Potatoes served with Artichoke Hearts and Spanish Romesco Sauce (contains nuts.) $10

Hummus! Made from Raw, Sprouted Sunflower Seeds. Served with Celery and Carrots to dip. $9


Sweet Potato Corn Muffins $9 half dozen, $16 full dozen

King Cake! The traditional Mardi Gras King Cake is baked in a ring, with a nut or a small toy baby hidden inside one piece. Our variation is individual Apple Cakes. One of them has a whole almond baked inside! If it's yours, you win a free half dozen muffins next week! $6

Gluten Free Focaccia! Made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, infused with spices and herbs. So good! Great with a bowl of Mushroom Soup, or dipped in Sprouted Sunflower Seed Hummus! $6 for a nice hunk.

Please email me at to place your order. Please order by midnight, Sunday night for delivery on Tuesday.

Thank you!

To try to reduce our collective consumption of plastic and glass, I am charging a fully refundable deposit of $1 for each reusable container. Please return the reusable plastic and glass containers for a refund on your deposit, applied to your next order!

As always, most ingredients are certified organic. I try to use local ingredients whenever I can.

Everything I make for you is vegan, healthy, and delicious! Because it is all vegan, it is naturally free of common allergens fish, shellfish, eggs, and dairy. I never use wheat or other gluten ingredients. I also never use soy, peanut, or other legumes. I DO use nuts and sesame in some recipes. If you have any kind of allergy or sensitivity, please let me know!

Love and beads,


1 comment:

  1. Your millet has my stomach and palette in a blissful state of deliciousness and feel good power. Your talent is beyond words, but if I had to sum up your style and the consumption thereof, I would say: It is a delectable journey into a fresh paradise.

    Keep on, Keepin on, woman: you are AMAZING