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Vegetarian Tomato Stew with “Meatballs”

Mar 19, 2013
Vegetarian Tomato Stew with “Meatballs”

Recently, Datin Jennifer has been coming to the Haven (my residence) once a week to cook lunch for me and my Ladrang staff.

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Can you make some of these for me?

Dec 29, 2012
Can you make some of these for me?

A while back, I came across this website called Post Punk Kitchen. It was started in 2003 by a lady named Isa Chandra Moskowitz from Brooklyn, New York. I took a look at her website, and saw that it's filled with a whole variety of creative, delicious and interesting vegan and vegetarian recipes!...

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