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Down Yonder: Memories Gone Vegan

A few nights ago my friend Leigh Saluzzi posted a link to a couple of recipe zines she’d created. Recipe zines are the best – for somewhere around $3 a pop you can get some really great new ideas and often times, a personal story about each recipe that...

Tony’s Song by Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids

Tony, aka my favorite person in the world, has a birthday in just a few days. But what do you get the man who hates everything? No, that isn’t accurate. Tony likes a lot of stuff – late 80s and early 90s hardcore, camping, Mini Coopers and Larry David. But...

Bake and Destroy Summer Sale & Giveaway Winner

  The summer sale is on! August 5th through August 12th you can save 20% on your $30+ order when you enter SUMMER14. I’ve got all kind of fun new designs available on a variety of different colored shirts & totes and in extended sizes! These limited...

New Bake and Destroy Merch, German Translation & Giveaway

Weird, wild and wacky stuff has been going on here at Bake and Destroy Headquarters! For starters, my book is now available in German! There’s even an alternative cover just for German fans. You can check it out here if you’re so inclined. The rest of you...

Trust Me Green Smoothie

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen friends post pictures of their frothy green smoothie only to be met with a barrage of “yuck” comments from a bunch of diaper babies. Listen, I know it looks like swamp water but do you really think...

Gluten-free Soy-free Oil-free Vegan Sausage Crumbles

I was possibly a little too excited to receive an advanced copy of Kathy Hester’s latest book, OATrageous Oatmeals: Delicious & Surprising Plant-Based Dishes From the Humble, Heart-Healthy Grain. Oats are one of my favorite ingredients because they’re...

Mouthful O’ Midwest Sandwiches

Just in case my “midwest” knuckle tattoos (complete with a tiny ear of corn on one finger) and the tattoo of a Chicago style hotdog on my shoulder didn’t tip you off, I would like to officially disclose my status as a Midwesterner right now. I grew...

The 1999 Alloy Spring Catalog

Gather ’round, children, grannie Natalie is going to spin you a tale of a time long before Amazon, Zappos and Nasty Gal. A time when teenaged girls acquired cool clothing through a now-antiquated system called mail order. The Internet did exist then, but our...