Swiss Chard, Mushroom & Queso Fresco Empanadas

These empanadas had me looking on Craigslist for chest freezers the day after I made them. As someone whose freezer is always overflowing with food I make in bulk, I’ve always wanted more space, but after these empanadas I need it! I made about 80 of them the other day but afterwards I still was…

A Festive Feast

Last night, Burton and I jokingly wondered what kind of poor, tortured shlubs we must’ve been in our past life in order to get so lucky this time around (because that’s obviously how it works). I surprised him with a little painting/drawing station and a feast so special that one look and you knew ‘Christmas…

Potato and Cauliflower Gratin

  It’s that time of the year where all you want is hearty meals, straight from the oven, and I’m here to help you with that. The top to this gratin is as crispy as potato chips, but below the surface is layers and layers of rich, velvety deliciousness. It’s satisfying yet not too heavy;…

Thanksgiving Charcuterie Board

I think one of the things I’m most thankful for this year might be that I got to eat this charcuterie board, haha. Well, it’s up there is all I’m saying. It doesn’t matter that the radiators in our apartment still aren’t working, or that I’ve been wearing endless layers for so long now that…

Dear Guts’ Favorite Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes

Happy Thanksgiving week everyone! I love any excuse to cook big meals, especially ones including squash and any excuse to have the oven roaring all evening since our radiators aren’t working (yeah, as I type this it’s 56 degrees in my apartment and Capslock is trying to crawl under my sweater). This post is to show…

New Harvest Pierogies

I like the word pierogi because if you had never seen/heard of a pierogi and someone mentioned them, you’d probably picture something pretty similar to the little filled savory pastry that they are. These ones aren’t super traditional but they’re still familiar. Pierogies generally have cheese, usually cheddar, inside them but I’ve never much enjoyed…

Chipotle Refried Beans & Mexican Rice

  Mexican rice is one of my most requested recipes. Why? I haven’t the slightest idea. It’s as straightforward as it gets…I mean, it’s rice, people have been eating it for 10,000 years. And whenever it comes into conversation, people are weirdly surprised I make Mexican rice from scratch. “What, you can make that???” I’m…

Colcannon with Celery Root & Carrot Top Pesto

I’ve never cared for St. Patrick’s Day, but the odd compulsion I have to be festive wouldn’t let me pass up an excuse to make a traditional Irish recipe today. But, of course, I’ve never been a very traditional human, nor do I care to be. This recipe makes use of things people generally discard, the root…