Jay-Z ‘s just turned 44, and he’s celebrating like all ballers do— by going vegan for 22 days. Al Gore is also a recent convert, so you know it’s cool. It’s official: America’s most recognizable power couple is eating nothing but plant-based food until Christmas. The couple has asked “professional vegans” for advice on what to cook. And since we’re like Mariah Carey in “Heartbreaker”—we love everything Jay says, Jay does—we’ve put together a list of 22 vegan recipes for Bey and Hova’s delectation. Think spicy Thai tofu, green beans with sorghum, cucumber and carrot vermicelli, and more. If they don’t get around to making all of them, well, we hope you will. One needn’t be a hip-hop impresario to savor a good vegan dish, after all. Because this dough is eggless, it has great al dente texture.
So healthy, they are even perfect for breakfast or an after school snack! Now, I can’t imagine ever going back. Drizzle on dressing and enjoy. A Virtual Vegan has a delicious vegan portobello pot roast that sounds almost too good to be true, but thank the lord it’s not. If I’m not working on any client projects or client projects that have immediate deadlines, I give myself this passcard. Oh, wow, she has a website. That has been personally the most important experience of my life: to attempt to see the world through this person that I love so much.
We are so similar in so many ways, we are both artists, but our experience walking through the world is totally different. I also had to get over this impostor syndrome situation, which was “I suck, I’m just lucky to be here,” and really, that was related to the social media anxiety. Dinner Recipes. I first became familiar with Lisa Congdon’s work over 10 years ago, when I worked at 20x and was in touch with her about an upcoming print edition we were in the midst of producing. It’s so important to me personally, and it’s so important for the world, that I feel like I have a responsibility. I don’t know about you guys, but my mouth is watering just thinking about this meal. Lisa: I was born in upstate New York in a little city called Schenectady, which is outside of the capital, Albany, and that was in New podcast alert! Anj: Your work is so playful, colorful, a clear folk art influence, and has such a recognizable color palette and aesthetic. I’m always drawing on the imaginary grid. Talk to us more about ” Round.