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Buffalo Cauliflower Wing Pizza with Blue "Cheez" Spread

This was a crazy good pizza.  So good, I must share it with you along with where to find this delicious recipe.... and also to give myself a place to find this special recipe should I not be able to find it in my plant-based recipe binder.  My binder's getting awfully fat these days with delicious recipes found off the interwebs (though technically this one came from a dear, vegan friend).




You can find the recipe for this delicious dish here:
http://keepinitkind.com/buffalo-cauliflower-wing-pizza-with-tofu-blue-cheese-spread/


Garden Post

I finally got the labeling done and am able to show you the final product of our spice rack.  Pretty cool! I probably could line them up a little better for the photo but that's not my style these days.  Looks like we are low on onion powder!  This rack saves me so much time, you have no idea and I love that there is room to grow.  I'm always picking up new spices and such.



Also, it snowed AGAIN last night.  I'm quite tired of it.  In a month, we are supposed to be planting.  Go away snow!!  You are no longer welcome (not that you ever really were to be honest)!  One days it's near 70, the next we're lucky if it makes it to 50.  Yuck, yuck, yuck.
Though the weather is absolutely terrible outside, the starts are coming right along indoors.  We had a really good sprout ratio.  So good, I'm going to have to do some serious thinning.  I hate picking out perfectly good plants.  I plucked a lot but I still have to thin out the tomatoes and peppers.  In previous years…

First Garden Post of the Year!

Last year's underneath the house seed project completely failed.  It started off really well but two things happened 1.) mice in the crawl space ate our plants and 2.) we would occasionally forget to water (out of sight, out of mind) and the plants the mice didn't eat dried out.

Though unsightly, we had everything we needed already to repeat the experiment in our sun room for no extra cost, away from the yucky country mice.  We already had the heated seed mats, lights, shelving, etc. from the previous project.  We set it up this morning.  While it's less attractive to have our seeds growing in our sun room, it will be very easy to water and we'll have the extra benefit of natural sunlight.  The kids get to watch them grow too.  The only danger now is the toddler roaming the house.  (Note the baby gate surrounding the grow zone. )



 Love these purple potatoes...  They should really be called adirondack purple, not blue!

Last year we didn't grow adirondacks because ou…