ⓋeⓋⓋeroni Ⓥizza Taco Bowl

Taking time to ponder, to me, usually solves problems while spontaneity is more fun and also solves problems.


My decision is based off of how this one feels.


I try to think differently with Ⓥegan inspirational recipe ideas in hopes to boost creativity around the globe.


Cooking is easy and, really, a trial and error process of learning throughout life. Recipes are guidelines and are open minded for Your adjustments. The restaurant world is obviously a different story…


Finding adventure impacts the mind so wonderfully. In nature, in hobbies, in well-being.


Hopes of this reality or maybe falsity, as it inspires myself, is wished upon all you good:) people.



LBⓋ 31 – Ⓥ Street Tacos

Low Budget Veganism


  • Corn Tortillas (15) @ $1.77 = $0.12 per serving
  • Hummus (10) @ $2.73 = $0.27 per serving
  • Romaine Lettuce (5) @ $1.80 = $0.36 per serving
  • Radish (6) @ $1.55 = $0.26 per serving
  • Cucumber (5) @ $0.88 = $0.18 per serving
  • Roasted Corn (4) @ $0.85 = $0.21 per serving

$1.40 per serving


No meat look-alikes. No dairy look-alikes. These simple Tacos are packed with amazingly normal Veggies.


(Sea Salt/Pepper/Paprika was utilized)



BBⓋ Cauliflower TACO

Occasionally, a half work day fixes everything. Not to say anything is wrong, but a little me-time is extremely therapeutic. I had a beer, took some pictures, helped a fallen man into his apt with his wife, went for a little bike ride in the 100 degree desert sunniness and am now writing about my Tacos. CHEERS.


Avocado Oil, Garlic and Cauliflower was pan-fried and broiled//baked prior to adding Hot Sauce, BBQ Sauce and Pico de Gallo. Quality Taco Shells were utilized today with Iceberg Lettuce.



Taco Doomsday

As of 2020, the world’s doomsday clock has been set to a short 100 seconds. That was before this damn virus invaded our lives. Hopefully, immune systems and summer climates destroy this Corona without a Lemon or a Lime.


Tofu was baked on a griddle before being tossed with light Olive Oil and Hot Sauce.




I picked up a unique Hot Sauce while visiting Northern Arizona in a “haunted” old mining town, Jerome, AZ. This Hot Sauce is extremely Southwestern with ingredients being; Habanero, Smoked Habanero, Carrot Puree, Piquine Peppers, Smokey Pepper Vinegar, Tequila, Lime Juice, Onion & Spices.


Flour Tortillas were baked while Iceberg & Romaine Lettuce was mixed with sliced Spinach, Hummus and Pico de Gallo (Tomato, Cilantro, Lime Juice, Onion & Jalapeño).


Hand washing has always been a very consistent thing in my life as it should be in yours.



Brocco Taco

Distant mountaintops, subtly waving palm trees silhouetting a true blue sky

Groups of hot air balloons hovering tall in the Northern sky

The brilliant sun, all its powerful energy makes wide

A smile one cannot pry

Every direction is paradise

Life is my heaven



Never-ending photography failure occurs when photos cannot capture what my eyes see. Irreplaceable and priceless brain screenshots are in my head. It has taken many years to begin realizing that experiencing greatness doesn’t need documentation. Photographs are just reminders and in my case, hopefully Inspiration.


As words usually run and hide from me, Broccoli Taco’s were documented today. They were extremely easy and packed with texture & flavor.


In a skillet, light oil was heated before throwing in a surplus of Broccoli Florets to be scorched. In the fridge and then out of the fridge, leftover (baked) Onion Rings were utilized by taking a chopped form to be tossed in with the Broccoli. Seasoned with Crushed Rep Pepper Flakes, Garlic Powder, Sea Salt & Pepper, the skillet was popped into the oven to lightly roast prior to adding Ⓥegan Gouda. Broiled, roasted and melted ever so nice, Corn Tortillas were stuffed with this greatness and charred once again.



Again, I do not wish to tell you what to do, but I recommend a bicycle ride, trying something new and taking a couple of decent photos.