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  • thefolia17/11/2018 - 11:01 pm

    ooooh, another recipe with tahini, I’m in!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda17/11/2018 - 11:54 pm

    Thank you for the mention!
    I totally agree, it can be a slippery slope. I think what you mention is such a good thing to keep in mind- that these things take time, forming habits and finding new alternatives and methods and paths really can take quite a while to experiment with finding the groove. It’s not all or nothing, and you are still doing so well if you’re in an in between spot (aren’t we all really?). Sending lots of encouragement your way! Also, I freaking love tahini and need to try this!!!ReplyCancel

  • Caroline Atwood18/11/2018 - 11:55 am

    Had to double the lime in this to get it to really pop behind the banana/tahini/cinnamon but other than that it was delicious and I would make again :)ReplyCancel

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  • Christina10/11/2018 - 10:25 am

    The DISboards forum is extremely helpful in planning a Disney vacation. You can search for specifics are just watch what’s new.

  • Lacey10/11/2018 - 11:01 am

    Yes, this looks so cozy! Glad to have the drink posts back. Looking forward to whatever your new inspiration will bring us :)ReplyCancel

  • Bozena10/11/2018 - 1:39 pm

    I just made it. Amazing! Perfect for a cold fall day!ReplyCancel

  • Aimee10/11/2018 - 4:33 pm

    I’m so glad to see drink posts return! I opened up your site because I wanted to use your Vegan White Chocolate with Herbal Coffee recipe but this looks delicious and now I can’t decide which to make.ReplyCancel

  • Shelby10/11/2018 - 5:42 pm

    So happy Happy Hour/ drink posts are back! I intended to also leave some encouraging feedback on the golden serene latte post and I completely forgot, sorry! I’m glad other folks took care of that.ReplyCancel

  • Sasha10/11/2018 - 6:37 pm


    This is just stunning and sounds soooo yummy and cozy. Can’t wait to give it a try. Hot cocoa season is officially on! Also I’m so so glad that the retreat was inspiring for you. I think we all came away with more clarity and motivation to move forward. Can’t wait to see you again soon! XOReplyCancel

  • thefolia10/11/2018 - 6:55 pm

    Cheers…I could drink an endless cup of this. Happy sipping!ReplyCancel

  • Kim H.10/11/2018 - 8:30 pm

    I went to Disney with my husband, kids and sister this past April. My sister, a fanatic of cats, Disney and vegan food, came up with this list of vegan options for us. She is an amazing planner which helps tremendously at Disney. I’m pasting this from a word document so it may affect the formatting. Email me if you would rather me send you the document. You will have SO MUCH FUN! Vegan options are everywhere. Just ask. And the avocado margarita in Mexico at Epcot is delicious. My favorite vegan “food” of the whole vacation.


    TOMORROWLAND- Falafel Burger (without Tzatziki) @ Cosmic Rays Starlight Café
    LIBERTY SQUARE- Vegetarian Chili without crackers
    FRONTIERLAND- Roasted Veggie Rice Bowl (with white rice)
    ADVENTURELAND- Noodle salad, Falafel without dip, Curried Veggie Stew, sorbet @ Jungle Skipper Canteen

    The Land Cart- Hummus with pretzels
    Sunshine Seasons- Korma with Gardein Chicken, Vegan Flatbread Sandwich, Vegan Wrap, Veggie Sushi, Veggie Platter
    CANADA- sit down VEGAN- Le Cellier (Root veggie gnocchi without sauce)
    CANADA- Cronut- Refreshment Port in between Canada & Mexico
    CANADA- sit down VEGAN- Le Cellier (Root veggie gnocchi without sauce)
    FRANCE- VEGAN- waffle cone with sorbet @ L’Artisan des Glaces
    FRANCE- Gelato Sandwich L’Artisan Des Glaces
    FRANCE Grey Goose Slush @ Champagne & Wine Kiosk
    MOROCCO- VEGAN- Veggie platter @ Tangerine Café
    MOROCCO- sit down VEGAN- Marrakesh (Couscous with Veggies)
    MOROCCO- sit down VEGAN- Spice Road Table (Hummas, olives, rice stuffed grape leaves, veggie plate)
    JAPAN- VEGAN- Kakigori (without sweet milk)/ Edamame- Kabuki Café
    JAPAN- VEGAN- Edamame, steamed rice @ Katsura Grill
    JAPAN- sit down VEGAN- Teppan Edo (fresh grilled veggies, steamed rice, edamame)
    JAPAN- sit down VEGAN- Tokyo Dining (Veggie sushi, seaweed salad, edamame)
    AMERICA- VEGAN- pretzels @ Block & Hans
    AMERICA- VEGAN- Veggie Beyond Meat Burger with Vegan brioche bun @ Liberty Inn
    ITALY- sit down VEGAN- Via Napoli (cheeseless pizza, spaghetti marinara)
    GERMANY- VEGAN- pretzel @ Trinken Beer Cart
    GERMANY- sit down VEGAN- Biergarten (Tomato soup, salads, breads, pickles)
    NORWAY- Sit down VEGAN- Lentils with Veggies @ Akershus Royal Banquet Hall
    NORWAY- School Bread @ Kringla Bakeri og Café
    MEXICO- VEGAN- Guacamole @ Choza De Margarita
    MEXICO- VEGAN- Chips and Guac @ La Cantina de San Angel & La Cave Del Tequila
    MEXICO- Avocado Margarita @ La Cava del Tequila
    SUNSET BOULEVARD- VEGAN FOOD- 7 Layer Rice Bowl with vegan chili & allergy rice (without cheese or sour cream) @ Fairfax
    ECHO LAKE- Loaded Chili Nachos without cheese or sour cream (made with crumbles)
    ECHO LAKE- Spaghetti Marinara, Brownie Sundae, Milkshakes (Allergy Menu) @ 50’s Prime Time Café
    ECHO LAKE- Build Your Own Pasta, Sautéed Veggies, ice cream @ Hollywood & Vine
    COMMISARY LANE- Garden Burger Malibu Burger @ ABC Commissary
    COMMISARY LANE- tofu & veggies, veggie burger, vegan milkshakes @ Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater
    HOLLYWOOD BLVD- Tofutti Ice Cream @ Hollywood Scoops
    HOLLYWOOD BLVD- Noodle Bowl with Spring Rolls @ Hollywood Brown Derby
    MUPPET COURTYARD- VEGAN FOOD- Allergy Menu pizza with Follow Your Heart vegan cheese
    MUPPET COURTYARD- Spaghetti Marinara, Pizza with Vegan cheese @ Mama Melrose’s

    SAFARI AMBER LAGER (Disney’s own beer, only available @ Animal Kingdom
    AFRICA- Harambe Market – Grilled veggie stack (without pesto) with papaya slaw & black-eyed pea salad
    AFRICA- Mahindi- popcorn, nuts
    AFRICA- Tusker House- sautéed veggies, couscous, tabbouleh, tofu with zucchini, samosas
    AFRICA- Dole whip with rum at Tamu Tamu
    ASIA- Caravan Road- Edamame, Asian Noodle Salad
    ASIA- Mr. Kamal’s- Season fries without Tzatziki, hummus, falafel without tzatziki
    ASIA- Yak & Yeti- Veggie Lo Mein with tofu, Miso salmon (swap with tofu), sweet & sour chicken (swap for tofu)
    PANDORA- Satu’li Canteen- Chili Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl with charred onion, chimichurri, Mixed whole grain and rice,
    romaine & kale salad (no black bean dressing)
    DINOLAND- Dino Bites- pretzels
    DINOLAND- Restaurantosaurus- Gardenburger Malibu Burger
    DISCOVERY ISLAND- Eight Spoon Café & Isle Of Java- pretzels
    DISCOVERY ISLAND- Pizzafari- Vegan Cheese pizza on pita bread
    DISCOVERY ISLAND- Tiffins- roasted market veggie curry, Gobi Manchurin
    DISCOVERY ISLAND- Nomad Lounge- Vegan pad thai
    DISCOVERY ISLAND- Nomad Lounge- NIGHT MONKEY cocktail


    Captain Cook’s- Vegan Waffle, Vegan Tonga Toast,
    Kona Island- Veggie Rainbow Roll
    Pineapple Lanai- Pineapple Dole Whip
    Kona Café- Vegan waffles, Tofu scramble, Vegan Tonga Toast, Vegan pancakes, potatoes, Pan-asian noodles (rice noodles),
    Kona Salad, Veggie Nigiri without sauce
    Trader Sam’s- Veggie Sushi

    Contempo Café- Vegan Waffles
    California Grill- Mushroom flatbread, Truffle Tofu Rolls, Coconut- Veggie Curry, Vegan menu available
    Wave…Of Flavor- Veggie Menu Available
    ALLERGY MENUS AVAILABLE AT MOST RESTAURANTS (that includes Vegan/ Veg)ReplyCancel

  • Anna11/11/2018 - 2:19 pm

    This looks sublime. I have tried and enjoyed many of your recipes; now I’m addicted to my morning coffee + rice or almond milk + almond butter + turmeric + cocoa.
    Your book is also fascinating and poetic. Thank you, you are so inspiring!
    I would like to make an observation, though. In your book you say that Gazpacho has a V8 vibe to you… That’s because you put celery in it!! I am Spanish, from Barcelona… Gazpacho never, ever, carries celery. It’s a question of ripe tomatoes, red bell pepper, garlic, cucumber (not always), onion, and olive oil. Some modern versions include watermelon, strawberries, roast pepper…
    In the summer, must try Ajoblanco (almonds & garlic cold soup) and Salmorejo (tomato, olive oil and breadcrumb paste).ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany11/11/2018 - 4:48 pm

    So excited to see the Happy Hour posts are back! Thank you for sharing your thoughts, ideas, and warm beverages with us!ReplyCancel

  • mckenzie12/11/2018 - 11:20 am

    AHHH freaking LOVE all your links! Open-in-tab on repeat for these posts makes for hours of (mindful??) procrastination at work.ReplyCancel

  • Abby @ Heart of a Baker12/11/2018 - 11:25 am

    I loved the Super Soul episode with Suze, she is SO amazing! I’ve also been considering a Five Min Journal, so BRB going to order that right now :) You are doing amazing my sister and I love these posts, so keep them coming! xoReplyCancel

  • Maegen12/11/2018 - 9:21 pm

    Thank you for bringing the Happy Hour posts back! They are like sitting down to unwind and gain some perspective from a wise friend. There is no doubt that your work is appreciated + inspiring, thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Anna Viehbeck14/11/2018 - 1:38 pm

    Hi Laura!
    My name is Anna.
    A quick word of praise!

    I’ve been discovering and trying North American plant-based cuisine since February this year. Every day I cook meals from scratch, and so far I’ve tried tons of recipes from a number of cookbooks and blogs, both popular and not.
    Recently I’ve got my hands on your book and the blog, and it did stand out to me.
    Both your manner of writing and recipes have a certain aesthetics, not a shiny-glamorous one, but a rustic, organic one. You have a very distinguished style.
    Moreover, all 5 recipes I’ve made from your book so far DID satisfy my palate (which has a hard time getting used to North American flavours).
    So cheers and keep up the good work!ReplyCancel

  • Sondi15/11/2018 - 3:25 am

    Love your happy hour recipes! Please keep ’em coming.ReplyCancel

  • Vancouver reader16/11/2018 - 7:19 pm

    this looks delicious with winter coming-as I’m doing low carb, could the date be replaced with Stevia & if so, any other adjustment?

    thank you-still able to use the veggie recipes on low carb!ReplyCancel

    • Laura17/11/2018 - 8:51 am

      Yep, just replace the date with stevia and you should be good :)


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  • Rebecca Hunt07/11/2018 - 5:19 am

    There’s no tahini in the tahini cream??ReplyCancel

  • RILEY07/11/2018 - 5:37 am

    oh mama, this will be on my christmas table FOR SURE. Must test before. Looks amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Lachman07/11/2018 - 7:53 am

    What oven temperature do you recommend for the actual baking of the steamed cauliflower after adding the Romesco? Thanks, this looks delicious!

  • Sandra07/11/2018 - 8:54 am

    Laura, where do you buy your “Soom” tahini? In Canada?ReplyCancel

    • Laura07/11/2018 - 9:24 am

      I order it from Natura Market! They have free shipping across Canada on orders over $49 and their selection of special diet/whole food goodness is pretty great. Their site: https://naturamarket.ca/ReplyCancel

  • Dana07/11/2018 - 12:58 pm

    WHOA, like whoa. Absolutely stunning, lady!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah | Well and Full07/11/2018 - 2:10 pm

    Dang girl this is an absolute flavor bomb! I’ve yet to roast a whole cauliflower myself, but I’m feeling seriously inspired after seeing this post ;)ReplyCancel

  • Chantal07/11/2018 - 2:11 pm

    Beautiful! Making this very soon. If serving guests what would you recommend as sides?ReplyCancel

    • Laura07/11/2018 - 3:21 pm

      I would go super simple! Either roasted or mashed potatoes for the starch (they can roast alongside the cauliflower if your baking sheet is big enough). And then I’d do a big and pretty salad with arugula, kale, lemony vinaigrette, toasted nuts and seeds, shaved carrots, and little pomegranate seeds.

  • Kimberley07/11/2018 - 5:40 pm

    Dying over this. I have a cauliflower at the ready too.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Snyder08/11/2018 - 5:38 pm

    This is absolutely unreal Laura. So stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Yogesh09/11/2018 - 3:09 am

    Yumm in India it’s call a flower (gobi)ReplyCancel

  • Jen09/11/2018 - 8:33 pm

    I made this tonight and it was incredibly tasty! My cauliflower broke into several pieces after the steaming (maybe it was too small?) However the sauces were so good and complimented each other extremely well. I did add a handful of Parmesan to the romanesco, which would also work perfectly on pasta.
    Great recipe! Thanks Laura!ReplyCancel

  • The VegHog10/11/2018 - 7:26 am

    That is one great looking dish, so perfect for the season!ReplyCancel

  • thefolia10/11/2018 - 6:52 pm

    This looks sooo amazing, I love how it sits in the nest you have created…too pretty to cut into!ReplyCancel

  • Murielle Banackissa15/11/2018 - 2:04 pm

    Hi Laura,

    This looks sooo good!! I was actually thinking of featuring this recipe in my latest blogpost on my website (www.muriellebanackissa.com), where I will be sharing a list of recipes I’d love to try making during the holidays. Would it be ok if I used the first photo? If that works for you, you could send it to me at my email address :)

    Thanks a lot!ReplyCancel

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  • Lori24/10/2018 - 4:14 am

    I can’t understand WHY people would have objections about your beverage posts. Honestly, you have some of the best beverage recipes and your golden milk latte is the reason why I found your blog. I make that latte on the regular including your Better than Bulletproof latte. Keep those beverages flowing, Laura!ReplyCancel

  • suzanne24/10/2018 - 6:19 am

    FIY-I love your drink recipes & miss happy hour as wellReplyCancel

  • Janie24/10/2018 - 8:51 am

    Wow this look so good! Thanks for all your super recipes!ReplyCancel

  • Smadar24/10/2018 - 8:59 am

    I LOVE your beverage posts. I make your superfood lattes all the time in the winter. The one that tastes like a gingerbread cookie gets me through January and February. And I’m going to make this one right now. xxReplyCancel

  • Murielle Banackissa24/10/2018 - 9:00 am

    Laura, I absolutely loooove your drink recipes, so please keep them coming! This one looks absolutely amazing. I just recently also got into making my own milks and I love it. So far I have tried almond milk & hemp milk. I felt hemp milk was a tad too strong especially if I want to enjoy it in coffee. I think my next one on the list is cashew milk and I will DEFINITELY be making this drink & sharing it on IG. You are seriously one of my favorite bloggers out there – all the recipes I have tried from your book and blog are mind blowing (especially because they very often require so little ingredients). Anyways, love your work! *golden serene latte cheers ;)*ReplyCancel

  • Jessica24/10/2018 - 9:05 am

    Cashews are inflamatory!!! Full of lectins. Read The Plant Paradox by Dr. Gundry. I feel so much better after only ten days on it. Plus cashews are related to poisen ivy and contain chemical irritants called anacardic acids. Also I can’t imagine why people would comment on your posting of beverages. Here we are fully in Fall and what is more lovely than something creamy and warm. I’ll just make mine with macadamia or blanched almond milk as almond skins also have lectins and totally cause inflamation.ReplyCancel

    • Laura24/10/2018 - 12:26 pm

      Hi Jessica,
      I do appreciate your comment on many levels. I have read and carefully considered the information in Dr. Gundry’s book. For me personally, cashews (and other lectin-containing foods) do not seem to aggravate my inflammation issues. It’s worthy of note that the anacardic acid irritant is found in the oil of the cashew’s shell; not the nuts themselves. Most “raw” cashews available for purchase are actually steamed at high pressure to remove any possible traces of the anacardic acid.

      Everyone’s body is different and I totally understand that those dealing with autoimmune diseases and other conditions may benefit from his advice. If you haven’t already, I will encourage you to read pieces from other doctors weighing in on Dr. Gundry’s work for a fuller picture. Legumes and other lectin-containing foods are the foundation of some of the longevity blue zone diets all over the world. Additionally, Dr. Gundry personally raised some red flags for me with his ongoing aggressive vitamin line sales pitches and his recommendation of all egg yolk omelettes (he’s a cardiologist!). Just wanted to weigh in with my take for both conversational purposes and for other people who may be reading this.


      • diane24/10/2018 - 6:55 pm

        A lot of nutrition scientists have said that these lectin claims are nonsense. But I agree, you do what feels right for you.

        As for turmeric, I sprinkle it on my food regularly but have not noticed any anti-inflammatory effects on my joints for example. Same for arnica. Maybe turmeric works at the cellular level, dunno. But I also read that scientists who study alzheimers believe it has preventative benefits so I continue to eat and drink it.

        I confess that I hate the mess that comes with straining nuts so I rarely make my own nutmilk, but I recently tried the new Silk Cashew/Almond milk in the plantbased bottle packaging (found it at Sobeys) and thought it tasted great. It even smelled like actual almonds and cashews, imagine that! But it failed when I tried to make a latte with it. It foamed fine, but it tasted bitter and/or brought out the bitterness in the coffee.ReplyCancel

      • Jennifer Haliday03/11/2018 - 9:43 pm

        A very nicely worded response. I appreciate your sensibilities and recipes.ReplyCancel

  • Erin Michel24/10/2018 - 9:08 am

    I am in full support of your beverage posts! Whenever I go to make a drink I always google whatever it might be (say a matcha, or golden latte like this one) plus “the first mess”, so that I get whatever recipes you have with them, just because you always make the best combinations of everything. :)ReplyCancel

  • stephanie24/10/2018 - 11:30 am

    i also miss the happy hour posts!ReplyCancel

  • sweetC24/10/2018 - 11:46 am

    This sounds lovely! I wanted to share my frothing hack on the cheap. Its an aeroLatte handheld milk frother. It takes 2 AA batteries and will froth up a hot beverage in no time! at less than $20 it doesn’t break the bank. I usually fill my cup 2/3 full with hot beverage (so it doesn’t overflow when frothing) and froth the heck out of it by getting it spinning and then riding the edge of the whirlpool of liquid for a little bit. Then top off the cup. Enjoy!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Scully24/10/2018 - 11:53 am

    DITTO. Beverage posts for the win! Keep them coming. Thank you for this one, this is a little golden milk latte with a twist.ReplyCancel

  • Kelsey F24/10/2018 - 1:04 pm

    Chiming in because I also miss the happy hour posts! They were so unique, and I really enjoyed reading them. If you’re thinking of bringing them back, know that you have some fans!ReplyCancel

  • Judith Lipton24/10/2018 - 1:52 pm

    I love this recipe, thank you!
    Now please tell us, what is your favorite way to make espresso? Do you have an automatic or semiautomatic device, or stovetop? I tried Aeropress, not impressed. Nespresso is good but expensive per cup. On Amazon I see something called a Flair.
    I’m a bit of an espresso fanatic. Please help!ReplyCancel

    • Laura24/10/2018 - 2:27 pm

      Hi Judith,
      I have an ooooold Nespresso machine (like one of the first versions) that we go in phases of using. I agree that it is a bit pricy, but coffee brings a lot of joy to my life so I’m okay with it. I also appreciate that they compost the grounds and recycle the pods for you (they include a postmarked bag to send used pods back in with your order). I know it’s not the most environmentally friendly option, so we do alternate the use of it with phases of a traditional drip coffee maker. I’ve heard that the ROK manual espresso maker is amazing!

  • Kathryn24/10/2018 - 2:09 pm

    Foam. Party.

    Glad everyone beat me to it in saying we love your beverage & happy hour posts! Can’t wait to try this one. Thanks also for your great reply on the Gundry comment; I appreciate how informed you are.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley24/10/2018 - 2:48 pm

    Echoing the other folks, I love your beverage posts too! I was seriously addicted to your iced tea posts this summer. It saved me during my morning commute and made life a little bit better. And I cannot get enough of any of your latte recipes – it’s something I look forward to for fall/winter. You rock!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah24/10/2018 - 8:41 pm

    Who are these people dissing your beverage posts?! I loved them! Your blood orange lassi is one of my faves. #BringBackHappyHourReplyCancel

  • jaclyn webb25/10/2018 - 1:04 pm

    beautiful images and lovely recipe. makes me wish i drank caffeine. also great response to the lectin/plant paradox comment, i agree fully with you. whats in the little serpent bag? are those tarot cards? do tell, as that bag is lovely.ReplyCancel

    • Laura28/10/2018 - 6:39 pm

      Yes it’s the Mesquite Tarot deck! Super gentle imagery and beautiful colour palette.

  • McKenzie25/10/2018 - 1:44 pm

    Ah I so looked forward to your happy hour posts, for the drink recipes, yes, but especially for the links, which I would usually take a morning to peruse. They were often websites I don’t typically visit.

    Thanks for explaining the other side of the Gundry argument. I’ve seen this pop up a lot lately and I can’t lie…it’s made me nervous? I don’t know a thing about lectins, but they sure seem to be in a lot of foods I eat so I feel relieved at your response.ReplyCancel

    • Abby27/10/2018 - 9:43 am

      I 100% agree, I loved taking time to read the happy hour links. They usually made me take pause and reflect, vs. just another recipe roundup like many other bloggers do (not that that’s a bad thing, but I appreciated the difference).ReplyCancel

  • Susanna25/10/2018 - 4:25 pm

    I’m a huge fan of Elmhurst almond milk. Just two ingredients—almonds and water. It’s thick and creamy. Haven’t tried their other milks, but they have a bunch of varieties.

    I’ve always read that turmeric requires some black pepper for for absorption. I added a few twists to my latte, which was terrific, btw. And I, too, love your drink recipes. Hope you keep them coming.ReplyCancel

  • Sara25/10/2018 - 7:29 pm

    Thank you for this, and count me in Team Happy Hour Beverages! I miss them too.ReplyCancel

  • Sophie K25/10/2018 - 10:55 pm

    People are crazy. Happy hour posts have always been my favorite of all your posts. I even keep all the recipes in a “Happy Hour” note.ReplyCancel

  • Midwestern Lady Baker26/10/2018 - 11:08 am

    For my two cents, I also loved your dink posts and wouldn’t mind seeing a few more.ReplyCancel

  • Abby27/10/2018 - 9:41 am

    I miss your happy hour posts! And I like your drink posts too! Keep doing what you want, your authentic voice always shines through. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Caitlin27/10/2018 - 11:53 am

    I would like to chime in to say that I LOVE your beverage posts (and I have bookmarked many of your past lattes and elixers) and this looks delicious. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Julia27/10/2018 - 12:50 pm

    i miss Your Happy hour Posts, too, i love those Kind of monthly favourites!ReplyCancel

  • Heather McClees27/10/2018 - 6:08 pm

    Laura, I just love your blog! Love your tonic and drink recipes, too. I have GOT to get me one of those machines—swoon! :) Can you recommend your favorite espresso powder? All the ones I’ve tried are bitter, and I know you have great taste so can’t wait to hear your favorite one! :) Thanks in advance! <3ReplyCancel

  • This looks dreamy! I’m such a fan of making Golden Milk in a milk frother (and like everything else, make it so much easier). Cheers Laura—I hope all is well xx MReplyCancel

  • Ellie30/10/2018 - 1:57 pm

    Laura, your warm drinks for cold days is the post that keeps me coming back to your site. Thank you for this new drink post. I can’t wait to try it!! Also, last night we made your baked potato with vegan cheese and broccoli!. You are a GENIUS!! WOW, wow, wow… I’m so happy you do this – a true blessing for your readers. Thank you!!ReplyCancel

  • Shimmy02/11/2018 - 1:18 am

    Laura – I LOVE the happy hour posts! and I had no idea why you stopped doing them but now I know why. Let the haters hate, bae!ReplyCancel

  • jaime02/11/2018 - 3:31 pm

    hiiii. i felt so at home seeing the photos in this post–i’m just getting started with tarot (a month or so in, maybe?) and the mesquite tarot is my very first deck! i love it so much. i am finding so much gentle pleasure in crystals and tarot and cozy spices these days and it made me genuinely smiley to see it all popping up here. :) hope you’re well.ReplyCancel

  • Julia Graham10/11/2018 - 8:08 am

    Bring back happy hour!!ReplyCancel