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31 days of easy vegan recipes for Veganuary

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche This bumper collection of easy vegan recipes was inspired by the fact that I’ve decided to take part in Veganuary this year! Hooray!
If you’re not sure what that means, I will be eating only vegan food for the whole of January – and therefore, I’ll only be posting vegan food here too. I know a lot of you love your cheese as much as I do (well… almost as much…), and may not be thrilled at the thought of seeing only vegan recipes for a whole month – buuut, hopefully I’ll be able to show you that I can come …read more

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El Grifo

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales https://www.facebook.com/elgrifopr
Location: Close to Centro de Bellas Artes in Caguas

Type: vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, slow food

Price: $30 per person

Kids: if they’re not picky eaters then yes you can bring them here

Parking: Gatsby parking available for all nearby restaurants

Service

The service is great, super friendly and helpful. They are trained to know about allergies and food restrictions. They have a relaxed ambiance to relax and enjoy the food at a slow pace.

Food

My mom and I have tasted their food before at Saborea. For that post Click here: http:// https://culinaryroadtripspuertorico.com/saborea

All of the food is either vegan, vegetarian and/or gluten free. You have to have …read more

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Chipotle Red Kuri Squash with Chickpeas

By Erin Alderson Over the past few months, I’ve been sharing off-the-cuff recipes on instagram (which I save in highlights). This has primarily been because at the heart of cooking, I don’t measure anything. Exact recipes aren’t my thing (which may come as a surprise, given I’ve run this site for 10+ years). While I’m more than happy to help people out with a solid recipe, my passion for cooking is rooted in using my knowledge and senses to make a delicious meal.
This also comes in handy when I’m trying to use up odds and ends of what I might have left. And …read more

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EXCITING NEWS: Amuse Your Bouche is changing!

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche I have a pretty exciting announcement today. Amuse Your Bouche is changing! I’ll soon be changing the name of the site, and therefore also changing the URL, and my associated social media profiles. I know a lot of people will be surprised, perhaps even disappointed, to hear this, but hopefully you will understand my reasoning and be able to get behind me on this one!

Why are you changing the name of the site?
When I started AYB more than 7 years ago, I knew next to nothing about the blogging industry. In fact, there was barely a blogging industry to speak …read more

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New Year’s “Beans and Belly” – Good Luck with This!

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I wanted to sneak in this pork belly on black-eyed peas salad video before the New Year, to help ensure you a very lucky, and prosperous 2019. Of course, there’s no guarantee this roast pork belly on black-eyed peas salad recipe will bring you good fortune in the New Year, but what if it does? Either way, this is still one of the most delicious ways to enjoy both pork belly and black-eyed peas, and could not have been happier with how this came out. Since I’m still officially on vacation I’ll keep this post brief, but I did …read more

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Slow Cooker Vegan Irish Stew - 5.2 Diet Recipe

By Jacqueline Meldrum A simple Irish stew full of flavourful winter vegetables and lentils in a rich gravy made in a slow cooker.You can’t beat a comforting bowl of stew in the winter months when your body is craving comfort food and this Irish stew ticks all the boxes.A traditional Irish stew is made with lamb or beef, potatoes and lots of winter vegetables. In place of the meat I have used lentils for the protein and added texture.It’s rich and comforting with a tasty gravy. Serve it with mashed potatoes or just crusty bread for the perfect weekend dinner.Apologies for the …read more

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Help when Visiting America for the First Time

By Karen Burns-Booth Help when Visiting America for the First Time – Heading to the United States of America for the very first time can be daunting in many ways. It’s a vast country with plenty to offer visitors like yourself, but it also has a unique culture, which means you need to know what to do and what not to when you’re there. This also applies to the process of planning your trip. With a little preparation and the right understanding, you’ll love the time you spend in America.

If you’re feeling trepidation about the trip and want to learn more about what …read more

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El Mercado of Paseo Caribe

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales https://www.facebook.com/ElMercadoPaseoCaribe/
EL Mercado Paseo Caribe FacebookLocation: Paseo Caribe. See map below

Type: marketplace restaurant

Parking: Paseo Caribe has valet and regular parking

Kids: yes, you can take your kids

Price: $20 per person, if order drinks it can be more

Service

El Mercado is a marketplace restaurant with really nice people. There are no waiters except in the bar area. The whole point to the place is that you have a variety of restaurants to choose from, you order and pick up the food. The staff at each place make great recommendations.

They have a really nice ambiance with music and comfortable seating. It’s an excellent place …read more

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Spiced Butternut Squash Soup with Chimichurri

By Erin Alderson While you may be thinking to yourself in a sarcastic voice, “just what we need need, another butternut squash soup!” I urge you to think of this more as inspiration and less as a direct soup recipe. Take your butternut squash soup recipe and jazz it up. Add some spices. Use a sauce. It doesn’t have to be boring!
Squash for days
On any given week, I have some kind of puree hanging out in the refrigerator. It’s a staple that can easily be used in soups, fillings, sauces, or porridges. When I don’t feel like cubing squash, it’s into the oven, …read more

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25 Instant Pot Dump And Start Recipes {That You’ll Actually Love}

By Bintu This awesome collection of tried and tested Dump and Start Instant Pot Recipes includes a variety of delicious and easy breakfasts, soups and stews, main dishes, side dishes and desserts. Just dump in the Instant Pot, press start and the magic pot will do the rest.
Continue reading 25 Instant Pot Dump And Start Recipes {That You’ll Actually Love} at Recipes From A Pantry. …read more

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