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3rd Annual Vegan Mac Down – Chicago

Macaroni Noodle with Event Details

Come out to Chicago’s 3rd Annual Vegan Mac Down!

Attendees will be able to sample all entries and vote for the winner.  Chefs will be bringing their best recipes to compete!

Buy your tickets here!

6th Annual Vegan Mac Down

Bay Area Vegan Mac Down with Giant Macaroni Noodle

6th Annual Vegan Mac Down hosted by Factory Farming Awareness Coalition!

This annual mac n’ cheese cook-off between local chefs is one you can’t miss!

Attendees will be able to:

– Sample all entries and vote for their favorite, prizes will be awarded to 1st & 2nd place
– Check out local food & craft vendors
– Enter a raffle full of awesome prizes
– Enjoy free samples, yum!

Tickets are $12 in advance – $15 at the door.

5 sample cups of vegan mac n cheese

Photo by Michelle Cehn

Snackadium Building Demo @ Mother’s Market

Snackadium Appetizer Stadium

This Saturday we will be at Mother’s Market Signal Hill building our very own Snackadium!

If you’ve never seen one before, a well built snackadium (snack stadium) is the perfect way to impress your hungry guests.  Learn how to make this football themed appetizer in store as we sample our vegan and gluten-free Taquitos.

We will be matching up our two favorite teams: Savory vs. Sweet!

Mother's Market & Kitchen logo

Demo @ Nino Salvaggio (Clinton Township location)

logo for Nino Salvaggio Grocery Store

Stop by the Clinton Township location of Nino Salvaggio to get a sample of StarLite Cuisine!

There will be demos at this location Friday 11/2  10AM-6PM, Saturday 11/3  and Sunday 11/4 10AM-4PM.

 

Enchiladas, taquitos

An Interview with Tracy Childs of Veg-Appeal

Tracy Childs of Veg-Appeal

Tracy Childs of Veg-Appeal shares about flavorful ingredients, cooking classes, and how to make a “Tracy Special”.

Tracy Childs is a certified nutritional consultant, long time vegan, and founder of the plant-based cooking class and health coaching company Veg-Appeal.  She has taken steps to help her community become more plant-based by co-founding the group PlantDiego.  Tracy has co-written three e-books titled “Food Camp Weekly Meal-Plans and Guides” which give advice on meal planning, batch cooking, and food prep that can help you eat healthy home-cooked meals even during your busiest weeks.  In addition she also helped write Handbook to Higher Health Consciousness which is available in paperback on Amazon.

In this interview we got to ask her all of our questions regarding plant-based cooking, the most important ingredients, and how to deal with failure in the kitchen.


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