This is my celebratory Pasta Masterpiece gift to the world. Masterpiece need not be difficult. I made it easy – just for you, because you like easy. Merry Christmas and happy day to the world ~ from Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, The Animal-Free Chef
THE PERFECT GRAVY SAUCE FOR HOLIDAY VEGGIE | PLANT-BASED MEATS and holiday stuffing. Make a holiday roast sandwich on a lightly toasted English muffin, topped with this sauce and a thick slice of veggie roast of your choice, more sauce, then garnish with fresh sage strips. A holiday sauce and sandwich to brag on!
A perfect baked cereal dish for a breakfast buffet. Peanut butter and orange marmalade atop a brown sugar-sweetened cinnamon-spiced stone ground Scottish oatmeal cooked with apple cider! For added protein we add a little textured vegetable protein. A spray of fresh blueberries completes this Breakfast Masterpiece!
Today we’re offering a heated dip, either broiled or microwaved, of marinated artichoke, sun-dried tomato, Kalamata olive, garlic and oregano in a dairy free cream cheese by Tofutti. Served with a gluten-free smokehouse almond NUT-THIN cracker!
Individual servings of creamy Stuffin’ Muffins. Dry rye bread, cabbage saute, savory cider broth processed with instant mashed potatoes into a batter. Baked with brown sugar and margarine bottom glaze and topped with smoky Candied Walnuts. Exquisite!
When there’s not one thread or color that dominates the fabric we call it a plaid! The Animal-Free Chef feels free to extend that designation to food. There’s no one flavor that dominates the dip. Enjoy this Scottish plaid!
I like coleslaw with just about everything. This year I veered from the traditional and did a chop! Nice! Easy! Just don’t over process; you’ll end up with a drink instead! Enjoy yourself either way! Steve says this tastes and textures like a fine grind chicken salad. He’s right; it does!
A variation of Harvard beets, this version when combined with dried cherries and berries in a sauce of apple cider and ginger beer raises the status of this once traditional side dish to a necessary elegance! It not only completes the meal; it completes every other dish in the meal!
Ever wonder why the people over at Kraft foods didn’t expand the JELL-O brand? They make a gelatin, a pudding and a pie filling for cream pies. For three separate desserts. Why didn’t anyone try to combine the qualities of gelatin with the qualities of pudding? Well, tradition never stopped AFC Global from experimenting with a new concept. Here are the results! Combining a juice with the cream produces a gelatin-like cream. You don’t need the actual gelatin nor agar to produce something unique yet familiar and enjoyable!
Oh, and served in a carob cookie cider pie crust! Topped with dairy free whip cream!
Cider gravy – who would think? Soy sauce with vegan cream cheese? You betcha. How could such unlikely ingredients show up in the same dish to make such a grand entrance while looking and tasting so good doing it? Because ‘you know who’ dared to try something new! Your ‘buds will not be disappointed!
If you’re wondering what apples and tomatoes have in common it’s this superbly engineered simple marinara sauce. Hey, they’re both fruits; they’re both acidic and sweet and they just happen to compliment each other. Serve over your favorite pasta, with pan-fried veggie chicken or use in any recipe calling for marinara sauce!
Toasted potato bread slices spread with veggie mayo on one, creamy peanut butter on the other. Top with dill relish and mustard. Add the veggies: crisp iceberg lettuce, ripe tomato and sweet onion, with a fresh pepper grind finish. A good morning afternoon evening delight!
Makes as many as you want (preferably one per person)
Halfway between a soup and a sauce with multiple uses. It’s one of those rare sauces that totally consumes your attention while consuming it. No matter if used for dipping, for saucing potatoes, pasta or rice or as a soup, it’s not easily forgotten!
Plants like to be eaten. There’s no pain in it for them. They enjoy entering your system as food, medicine and nutrients to make you strong, efficient and happy to be alive.
That’s fun for them. They’re fulfilling their purpose. When you mix them with animals in your gut they rebel. They don’t want any animal taking away what they are preordained to do for you.
Plants have the keys to all your cells and they are working them. They strut for you. Take me. Take me. I’m the best. I can do for you what no animal can. We’re a perfect fit. I want to be the one you choose.
Animals don’t want you, we do. Animals resist when you hurt them. You can’t hurt us. And by the way, stop hurting them. We’re here for them too, to make them strong, efficient and happy to be alive.
Stop getting your food signals mixed up. They’re not begging you to kill and eat them. We are the ones begging you to pick us. That’s one of our most important functions and missions: to continue the growth of plant-eating species.
Say no to animals and yes to plants for a stronger, more efficient, happy to be alive person!
We have roots, animals don’t. That’s what differentiates us as food.
Okay, so what’s this now? The AFC POACHED EGG SAUCE! Okay it doesn’t look exactly like a poached egg that you put on toast. YET, cut up a chicken poached egg and mix it on itself, and preTTy close. The flavors and textures are there. It’s the best yet. Plus, no sulfur. I’m going with it. S-O-A-R-ing with it! Wow. Thank you God!
One of Steve’s favorite sauces was a bolognese sauce, essentially meat sauce with tomatoes, garlic and a bunch of other stuff. Both our mothers made it, but didn’t call it that. Spaghetti sauce they called it. All spaghetti sauce back then had meat in it. Times change, but sometimes we still like to go back to our childhood favorites, while now absent the cruelty. Red rice is our go to meat for tomato sauces now. Give it a try. See for yourself!
Daiya dairy free block cheddar cheese layered with red roasted peppers, dill pickle planks and sliced onion on a steak and sausage six-inch grinder roll spread with veggie mayonnaise and prepared yellow mustard! Grilled in an oiled hot skillet till cheese softens and outside of roll hardens! Don’t forget the fresh grind black pepper!
Foot long sub roll broiled inside till toasty, spread with a little margarine, then topped with roasted peppers, pan-fried Tofurkey roast beef slices and a tangy fat-free slaw! It works perfectly. Fresh, hot, crunchy! Low fat as subs go!
These bakers can be used for applesauce by removing all the pulp after they’ve been baked and combining it with the juices left in the baking dish. Or, they can be stuffed after they’re baked and chilled with a frozen custard, then drizzled with a Creamy Orange Ginger Sauce, then sprinkled with Crystallized Ginger Pine Nut Topping as we did here – this time!
Six inch steak & sausage sub roll spread with veg mayo, smoky ketchup and mustard. Layered with dill pickle planks, sliced onion and of course fried meatless breakfast sausage patties! Now that’s a great way to start a slow-moving, lazy, do whatever you want day!
Perfect fried rice – àla Sharon! Most cooks put chopped up animals into their fried rice. The red rice is the plant meat here. Works wonders! The cauliflower is the shrimp and lobster combined. So you get the Imperial version! Nothing but the best for all my food-loving people!
Delight Soy Vegan Chicken nuggets chopped with celery, green pepper, onion and cilantro. Mixed with Pumpkin Seed Snow, sage and Grapeseed Oil Vegenaise to create a perfectly balanced Cilantro Tuna Salad. I know, I use vegan chicken to make my Tuna Melt, but it works, so who cares? It’s the best Tuna Melt I ever had!
Okay, okay. I know there are no actual shrimp animals on this toast. Still, it is the finest shrimp toast you will ever encounter! Popcorn shrimp? Well, this delicacy pops all over your buds and palate! Once you taste it, you’ll never forget the experience!
Fresh steamed asparagus, chilled, then when ready to serve sautéed in extra virgin olive oil, burnt garlic, smoked paprika, pink Himalayan salt and fresh grind black pepper! That’s it. Easy. You won’t want to pass this gem of a recipe by!
Even though this sandwich is cooked, it’s quick and easy. Fried baked tofu with veg mozzarella cheese and veg ham. Put together on a pan-fried hot dog bun spread with ketchup, mustard and veg mayo. Napkins please!