I’ve been a fan of Isa Chandra Moskowitz for years. Isa Does It is my favorite cookbook, but I basically like everything she touches. Needles to say I had been looking forward to her new cookbook for months and months. The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook offers, as the title suggest, a bunch of recipes to make for different holidays, ranging from appetizers to deserts.
Minimalist Baker was one of the first food-blogs I got into when I first delved into vegan baking. I’ve been following the blog ever since and have made a ton of recipes from it. Needles to say that I got pretty excited about them bringing out their first printed cookbook.
For my latest YouTube video, I decided to make a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks: Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon. Since I had never made a soup from the book before, I chose the ‘Cream of tomato soup with roasted Italian chickpea croutons.
Today I will be reviewing a cookbook that every vegan in the world should own: The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon. If you are not familiar with this cookbook, you might know Angela from her famous blog that shares the same name: Oh She Glows. The blog and the cookbook focus on healthy vegan wholesome foods. I’ve had this book for about a month now and after trying thirteen recipes, I am ready to give my opinion about it. The good and the bad, here we go.
It has been ages since I have done a favorites of the month article, so I decided it was about time for an update. Those of you that have been following me on Instagram (my username there is blackluckblog) should have noticed that I have gotten really into Lush lately. Their scents, skin care innovations and clear stand against animal testing have sucked me right in and I have become a bit of a hoarder. Because of that, my current favorites might include a bit of a Lush overload (just warning you). Other than that, I have become more into cooking thanks to a certain cookbook, but more on that later. Let’s get on to my favorites of december.