My bestie had one wish for her 40th….she wanted all her friends to go away together for a weekend, so that we did. We found a house in the Poconos that slept 20 people and 20 people headed up for a weekend celebrating Heather. As you could imagine there was a lot of planning that… Continue reading Two vegans and 18 carnivores walk into a house….
Dinner parties with friends are always fun but since going vegan I feel that I have to take some precautionary steps to prepare for a fun and worry free night. I try very hard not to impose my beliefs or choices onto other people, so when I am a guest I have to just prepare. There is… Continue reading A Dinner Party Delight
When we decided to host Easter Sunday breakfast at 8pm on Saturday the pressure was on to plan a cruelty free but delicious breakfast. I pulled out all my recipe books, got on my Pinterest boards, and started to scour the internet. Although I am vegan I am the only one in my entire family.… Continue reading An almost vegan Easter
I started VeganAbbey because I wanted to share with people how easy it can be to live a cruelty free life. So I am going to try and share an easy way to be cruelty free every week by sharing with you things I have around my house. These are small things, minor changes that… Continue reading Cruelty free in 1-2-3
It amazes me how from one restaurant to the next the experience can be completely opposite. I’ve learned that it’s not the restaurant so much….it’s the chef. As a vegan I’m often placing the fate of my meal in the chef’s hand. Other than requesting no mushrooms- I give them fair game as I understand… Continue reading When a chef gives a sh*t
Have you joined the movement? Meatless Monday is good for the environment, your health, and the animals. Read more about it at MeatlessMonday.com Not sure what to make? I had a bunch of veggies in my fridge so I diced them all up and seasoned with olive oil, salt, pepper and lemon. Tonight I’ll roast… Continue reading Meatless Monday