Category Archive: Entrees

Vegan “Butter” “Chicken”

What a ridiculous title to lead with on the first post back after a looong hiatus. Since the last post your Ripe Avocados team are no longer roommates (except in our hearts) and… Continue reading

Sundried Tomato/Chard/Cannellini Pasta

This is completely out of season, because it’s been ages and ages since the blog was updated. A broken camera and general business/laziness have led to poor RA being neglected. But we’ll try… Continue reading

Roasted butternut squash & red onion with tahini

This post goes up with a major shoutout to my Uncle David–soon after having to return one of my favorite (borrowed) cookbooks of the last several months, Yotam Ottolenghi’s Plenty, to its rightful… Continue reading


A note: the blog is on (hopefully temporary) hiatus as our house camera is broken! So we’ll try and update from our archives of photos, which explains the non-seasonal foods. Bear with us!… Continue reading

kale and mushroom lasagna with butternut bechamel sauce

We made this as one of the main dishes for our awesome thanksgiving dinner. The sauce on this lasagna is my favorite part… It’s creamy and toasty but the lemon zest really gives it… Continue reading

Dry-Fried Marinated Tofu

Ever since I discovered this tofu technique, it’s basically the only way I ever prepare the stuff now. When tofu is just left as is (what the heck, salad bars), I’m only okaaaay… Continue reading

Beautiful (on the inside) Black Bean Burgers

This is a recipe left over from summer, and even though Montreal is still hanging onto its 28º days and muggy thunder, you can still sense that fall is coming. Maybe it’s the… Continue reading

Sloppy Joha, breakfast sandwich of the universe

This isn’t too much of a recipe, more like inspiration for when you wake up on Sunday morning feeling not your best from too much [Settlers of Catan] the night before. This is… Continue reading

Glorious Rice Bowl

**Sorry for the silence on this blog for so long–your Ripe Avocados team has been traveling the world! Check here for sporadic updates on D’s travels, and now that I’m back in good… Continue reading


  Spring this year has been crazy–in between the inspiring student protests and the rapidly shifting weather, the whole city feels like it’s in a constant state of flux, unable to settle down into the… Continue reading