December 19, 2010

12 Responses

  1. I love the recipes (and of course this blog!)…
    I'm definitely going to be making the raw apple pie and the apple cookies. I've kinda gone overboard on cacao these last couple of months, and you're right, change can be a good thing. 🙂

    For Christmas, I talked my family into making home-made vegetarian pizza, complete with a vegan crust and everything. I'll help make it, but I'm planning on making a whole bunch of raw vegan foods as well. Can you say raw delicioso Pizza? Mmm.

    Thanks for the awesome recipes & Merry Christmas!

  2. wow! i wanna try that apple pie recipe…I love how simple your recipes are, and everything looks so delicious!

  3. Desolation says:

    Looks delicious, I will definetly try some of these! (:

  4. griffen says:

    totes making the nut nog. thats like my favorite thing of the holiday and i don't really like to consume the soy version of it.. ima have to try this.

  5. HiHoRosie says:

    Yummy Lisa! Lots of inspiration here. The nut nog sounds great. I'll have to try that.

  6. Islaborg says:

    Mhmm yum! Do you let the nut cheese sit at room temp. or in the fridge? 🙂

  7. Frannie says:

    What a great menu. It all looks so delicious.
    Off to see what ingredients I have!!!!
    Starting with the Nut Nog.
    Happy Holidays!

  8. Antony says:

    Oh wow Lisa. This all looks so good! We get a shake in the evenings that has pomegranate in it. They grow plentifully in Turkey and that's about as close as I can get this Xmas to all this fabulous food. I'll definitely be getting into it when I get home again but what is first on the list? It's so hard to choose!

    Wishing you a wonderful holiday season.

  9. Elizabeth says:

    Everything looks just beautiful. Yes I intend on having a raw Christmas Eve and Christmas…and every day in and around. Tee hee hee. My other family members will have a small amount of cooked items as well.
    I want to make the nut chesse, have no cheese cloth, wonder if I could press it in my nut milk bag?? Seems possible?!
    I love your marinated mushrooms and broccoli, it is my favorite recipe of yours.
    Peace and a Very Raw Merry Christmas,

  10. Islaborg … The cheese is left at room temperature.

    Elizabeth … yes, nut milk bags work really well for raw cheeses!

  11. kt says:

    Wow, wow, wow!! Your recipes are so gorgeous and inspirational. I have passed your blog along to friends who think eating raw has to be expensive. Thank you so much for the raw help you provide to so many. I personally can't wait to try the nut nog and nut cheez. 🙂

  12. Ms. AMK says:

    I made the stuffed mushrooms last night for dinner after getting your meal plan this week. They were sooooo good. Thanks Lisa!