Expat stories · Vegetarian food

Vegan Colombian Sudada Recipe

I am sharing the recipe for a vegan dish from Colombia! A authentic vegetarian recipe from a Colombian! I got the recipe for a Vegan Colombian Sudada – a root vegetable in gravy. I have stayed away from most South American restaurants. The meat heavy places do not cater to vegans. Interestingly, when I interviewed… Continue reading Vegan Colombian Sudada Recipe

America · Vegetarian food

Korean Vegan Bibimbap

Vegan Korean food? Is it an Entree? What is that? Wouldn’t it be too pungent for me? Since the Sriracha hot sauce has become a part of our everyday lives, and since my interview with Nam Kyung Kim, I was wondering what else I knew about Korea. I pulled out my old post from Plantsandgrains,… Continue reading Korean Vegan Bibimbap

America · Travel · Vegetarian food

Vegetarian/Vegan In Portsmouth, New Hampshire

There are several vegetarian and vegan food options in Portsmouth, NH. I have realized, that in every reasonably populated town in the North East, the food options for people with dietary restrictions is pretty good! Whether it CT, VT, RI or NY, restaurants are aware of what vegetarianism is and care about people with allergies.… Continue reading Vegetarian/Vegan In Portsmouth, New Hampshire

America · Expat stories · Lifestyle

On New Years – I Celebrate New York! I Celebrate America!

Living in the United States Of America, in New York City, is like living in several different countries, without actually leaving this one. Whether it is to indulge in a bite to eat from some part of the world, or it is to buy a souvenir from another, whether it is conversing in a different language… Continue reading On New Years – I Celebrate New York! I Celebrate America!

America · Ask Tara · Vegetarian food

Food In America

The most recent question I’ve had, came to me from Russia: You can write to me that you usually like to eat. Or what do Americans usually eat? I was curious to know. What do you usually eat? What do Americans eat? Dear friend, This is a very difficult question and every person you ask… Continue reading Food In America

America · Vegetarian food

Eat Healthy, Make Merry & Save

Since living in close proximity to Manhattan, we are, constantly, being made aware of what goes into our bodies. I am way more health conscious than ever before – eating organic food as and when possible, choosing salads over other foods and snacking on nuts rather than a fried snack. Good, nutritious foods come at a… Continue reading Eat Healthy, Make Merry & Save

America · Expat stories

Fall Guide For A New Comer

As I started to feel more and more at home  in the United States, I realized that it had was because of my familiarity with the seasons. Getting used to seasons is not just about getting used to the hot and cold weather nor the erratic weather that comes in between. For me, it’s about… Continue reading Fall Guide For A New Comer

Lifestyle · Travel · Vegetarian food

Eat Healthy, Travel More And Save

I guess, I was a skeptic and thought warehouse shopping was for people who hoard, large suburban families and the frugal. It was definitely not for young Manhattanite without cars, who lived in boxes and shopped at Whole Foods and who enjoyed exploring new and different things and places. That was my silly narrow minded view when I… Continue reading Eat Healthy, Travel More And Save

Vegetarian food

Marie Claude’s Oriental Tabouli

Vegan goodness My friends were visiting me from France. Every time that I have been with them I have always had a chance to taste Marie Claude’s tabouli. It had become a dish that I solely associated with her, so much so that I thought that was the only thing she made. It turns out she… Continue reading Marie Claude’s Oriental Tabouli

Vegetarian food

A Big Bowl Of Green

Vegan Lunch Salad Spring comes around and I crave to eat salads. Is that the case with everyone? It’s not really spring, but it definitely feels like it. Back in India, I never really ate salads. I mean i had some cut cucumber, tomatoes and onions accompanying lunch but never as a meal. In fact,… Continue reading A Big Bowl Of Green