Chloe’s Fab Focaccia and I’m Alive!

Chloe's Fabulous Focaccia

It’s been way way too long since I’ve posted anything, and I just want you all to know that I’m very much alive and still cooking. Since my last post, Jonathan has graduated from CRNA school, we’ve relocated up north (brrrr!), and we’re buying a house. In other words, life has been over-the-top crazy busy, but blessed.

One big blessing I received as a Christmas gift: Chloe’s Vegan Italian Cookbook.


If you don’t have it, order it pronto. (And, no, this isn’t a sponsored post.)

One recipe that I’ve loved has been Chloe’s Fabulous Focaccia (pictured above). We took it to a potluck/Bible study at our church with vegan creamy tomato soup, and every last crumb was quickly devoured.

Focaccia 2

In addition to staying home with cute kiddos and cooking for my family, I’ve been trying to keep up my NP knowledge base by flooding my mind with CE activities. Hopefully, in a few months, I’ll be able to do NP work part-time, which is really exciting for me to think about. With everything that is happening at the moment, I am left with very little time to keep up with this little bloggity blog–which leaves me pondering some questions. How often should I aim to post a new recipe? What kind of recipes should I focus on making?

I’d love to hear all of your ideas and suggestions on how you balance family and work life and on what you’d like to see on Vegan Yumminess. Drop me a comment below.

In the meantime, make yourself some fab focaccia!

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Creamy Kale and Zucchini Pasta

Vegan Creamy Pasta and Zucchini

Before we do anything else, can I just say that I love pasta? And garlic? And zucchini?

Phew! Now that I’ve gotten that off of my chest, we can move on to more serious topics.

A little over a year ago, I posted a recipe for vegan alfredo sauce. It was delightfully delicious, but a little rich. The more I made the alfredo, the richer it seemed (which isn’t always a bad thing). Anyhoo, I decided that the ol’ alfredo sauce needed a little makeover–a ¬†lightening up of ingredients with a twist. ¬†So I got to work in my tiny kitchen, and this is what happened.
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