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Cauliflower Potato Casserole

Well, this is a first. I’m writing a blog entry over the weekend to publish on Monday, with college basketball on in the background. Wait, that’s not a first at all. I do that all the time. The difference this time is that I’m doing it from an airplane at 35,000 feet. Should that have[click for recipe and more]

Lemon-Raspberry Cupcakes

Lemon-Raspberry Cupcakes

It’s spring today! So what if there’s still snow in the forecast for next week? So what if  the term “polar vortex” has found itself a comfortable place in the common vernacular? It’s spring. And that means we can take whatever last gasp winter wants to throw our way. Bring it. We’ve had a lot[click for recipe and more]

Vegging Out: Brabo Restaurant – Alexandria, VA

Vegging Out: Brabo Restaurant – Alexandria, VA

I’m excited to introduce a new feature on Baked In: Vegging Out. I’ll be sharing my experiences dining out as a vegetarian, focusing on the quality of  food, variety of choices, and overall veg-friendliness. Generally, these restaurants will be in and around Washington, DC, but there may be a few elsewhere when I travel.  Nor[click for recipe and more]

Mushroom and Olive Stromboli

Mushroom and Olive Stromboli

Stromboli versus calzone: an age-old discussion. Does one have ricotta while the other has mozzarella? Is there usually provolone in one? One has the sauce inside and the other on the side for dipping, right? One’s rolled and one’s folded? Ask me if I care. They’re both bread filled with cheese and pizza toppings. Reconfigured[click for recipe and more]

Egg Salad Stuffed Avocados

Egg Salad Stuffed Avocados

As a vegetarian, egg salad has been my saving grace more times than I can count – mostly when I was a sophomore in high school and my friends and I would sneak off campus to eat lunch at this rinky-dink little deli around the corner from campus. Yeah, that backfired on me the day[click for recipe and more]

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