Month: February 2020

How to Use Instagram Like a Food Blog Boss: 7 Tips for Efficient Instagram Engagement

How to Use Instagram Like a Food Blog Boss: 7 Tips for Efficient Instagram Engagement

Are you a food blogger looking for tips on how to use Instagram for your business? Are you wondering how to grow your Instagram account without losing your mind to the follow / unfollow crowd? In this blog post, I explore ways to be efficient on Instagram to promote your blog so that you spend your time doing what you do best – creating new recipes for your food blog.

Easy Vegan Dinner: Sweet Potato and Roasted Cauliflower Vindaloo

Easy Vegan Dinner: Sweet Potato and Roasted Cauliflower Vindaloo

Looking for easy vegan dinner options? This spicy vegan vindaloo features roasted cauliflower and sweet potatoes served over rice. All of this, of course, with the help of Maya Kaimal’s simmer sauces – my new best friend in the kitchen. I love how easy vegan dinner can be with these sauces, each made with a list of pronounceable and recognizable ingredients.

Vegan No Coq Au Vin with Creamy Polenta

Vegan No Coq Au Vin with Creamy Polenta

Forget the coq! If you like vin, this Vegan Coq au Vin over Creamy Polenta, is the vegan recipe for you! A flavorful “bacon” sauce and red wine are used to make this vegan comfort food rich and savory! This vegetable-loaded, this vegan-friendly ragu is combined with polenta so creamy, you won’t believe that it’s vegan. French cuisine at its finest!

Food Photography: How I Styled This Miso-Glazed Tofu for My Food Blog

Food Photography: How I Styled This Miso-Glazed Tofu for My Food Blog

Want to learn food photography and become an expert food stylist? In this food blog post, I take you behind the scenes and show you some of the tips I used to create this beautiful viral post for my healthy Miso-Glazed Tofu Bowl on Instagram!

Vegetable Lo Mein: The Ultimate in Vegan Chinese Food

Vegetable Lo Mein: The Ultimate in Vegan Chinese Food

Forget takeout! This vegan recipe for vegetable lo mein is packed with vegetables, uses gluten-free rice ramen noodles and a limited amount of oil for a healthy alternative to traditional lo mein. In addition to its healthy ingredients, this vegan Chinese food recipe is earth-friendly. Just think of all the takeout packaging you won’t have to throw away by making this vegan stir fry darling at home!