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4 Tips to Stay Green When Choosing Your Halloween Costume

In Around the House, Articles, Doing Stuff, Entertaining, Home, Latest, The Blog by Lori Hill0 Comments

  “What’s your Halloween costume this year?” It’s a popular question asked of kids and adults. I love dressing up for Halloween, but I don’t toss my fashion ethics to the curb for this one night. I utilize the same strategies for choosing my Halloween costume as I do when purchasing regular clothing.    Reuse. Don’t Toss.  I hold on …

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Molasses Spice Cookies

In Desserts, Latest, Let's Eat, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl2 Comments

Everyone enjoys cookies around the holidays and Molasses Spice Cookies are a classic. We’ve reworked the recipe to make these traditional little sweets both vegan and gluten-free! Can’t eat nuts? No problem, the decorative pecans are optional and the cookies are just as cute without them. This recipe makes about 3 dozen small cookies. They pair well with coffee, hot …

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Sweet Potatoes with Orange

In Latest, Let's Eat, Recipes, Sides, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl5 Comments

  This simple vegan/gluten-free recipe comes together effortlessly. A little chopping and zesting, and bake it in the oven! It’s delicious hot or cold, and is at home on a brunch buffet or dinner table. Try different dried fruits or nuts, or add some ginger if you like a bit of spice!    

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Crispy Smashed Curry Potatoes

In Latest, Let's Eat, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

Have a rough day? This is the dish for you! Not only is it delicious, but you get to smash the heck out of some potatoes! We take taters to a whole new place with this recipe. It’s like a cross between baked potatoes and chips, but all coated in a yummy curry paste with garlic and ginger. The spices …

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Roasted Beet Salad with Walnut Dressing

In Latest, Let's Eat, Recipes, Salads & Soups, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

Nothing Like Mom’s Beets from a Can Our warm Roasted Beet Salad with Walnut Dressing is nothing like those nasty beets from the can. These are earthy and flavorful. Did we mention nutrition? Beets are loaded with fiber, iron, protein, magnesium, vitamin C, calcium and potassium – all while being extremely low in fat. One cup only has 59 calories and …

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Tailgate Chili Mac

In Latest, Let's Eat, Recipes, Salads & Soups, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

It’s time for football and with football comes the tailgating spread. If the games we’ve attended are any indication, chili and hot dogs go with tailgating like cookies and milk go with Santa Claus. With our menu, you’re sure to score major points at the next game. The chili is a whole meal complete with proteins, carbs and veg. It’s …

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Screening of the Movie Revolution

In Doing Stuff, Latest, The Blog by Lori Hill1 Comment

From Executive Producer Gus VanSant, Director of “Good Will Hunting” and “Milk” a Rob Stewart Film Post-Screening News and Updates Thanks to everyone who came to our screening of Revolution! If you want to watch Revolution again or tell friends to  watch it, here is how to rent or purchase the movie via Vimeo on Demand: Go to the Watch …

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Sweet as Honey Cake

In Latest, Let's Eat, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

Rosh Hashanah  is Jewish New Year and in 2015, it begins in the evening of Sunday, September 13 and ends in the evening of Tuesday, September 15.  Said to be the anniversary of the creation of the world, Rosh Hashanah is the first of the High Holy Days (or High Holidays), a ten-day period that ends with Yom Kippur — …

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Bacon Goes Vegan

In Latest, Let's Eat, The Blog by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl3 Comments

There are few things the veggie world can’t mimic from animal-foods. We have knock-off cheeses, burgers and even chicken strips. Now you can add bacon to that list, just in time for International Bacon Day on Saturday the 5th (this unofficial holiday is always observed the Saturday before Labor Day). And what’s even better: There are plenty of ways to get …