Banana Muffins

Vegan baked goods are amazing. They’re usually super-moist and delicious. This muffin recipe is definitely both of those things, and easy to make, as well. The only ingredient that might not be available at your standard grocery store is flax meal, but more and more stores have bulk and natural sections now, so you’ll probably…

Thanksgiving Diary: Coffee

Before we ventured into the LA Flower Market, we stopped by one of the best coffee roasters in the area,¬†Handsome Coffee. As my sister says, “It’s very bright.” Meaning the roast. I’m not a big coffee drinker, but I enjoy a cafe au lait a la Handsome. Grab yourself a nicer-than-usual bag of coffee for…

Bacon and Eggs Salad

As we’ve established, we make brunch every Sunday. We love it, but some weeks we haven’t eaten very well and by Sunday we want to keep things light(er). Enter the Brunch Salad. There’s a ton of ways to mix this up, but here’s the classic version. Bacon and Eggs Salad Ingredients: 2 Eggs 1 large…

Brunch Recipe: Mexitalian Frittata

As we said in our recent¬†Deconstructed Mimosa¬†post, we like to make brunch on Sundays. Let’s be honest; brunch is a great meal. Sometimes breakfast-y, sometimes lunch-y, always tasty. We particularly like making frittatas because they’re easy and there are always leftovers abound. One of our staples is the “Mexitalian Frittata,” so named because… well, it’s…

Cocktail Recipe: Deconstructed Mimosa

Every Sunday here at West of Campus we make brunch. Sometimes brunch is an elaborate affair, but usually we try to keep it quick and simple so that we can get back to our various important tasks, such as homework and errands. Sunday stuff, you know. Our brunch menu varies from Sunday to Sunday, but…