When going through the list of my favorite things from September, I realized there was an unplanned theme: Twin Peaks and vegan eats!
While I was there I got some Twin Peaks prints from Josh Howard, and I’m so in love with them. I’m planning on ordering the print from the season finale episode as well (it wasn’t available yet) because it’s epic. And speaking of the season finale, a lot of people were frustrated by it/didn’t like it, but I loved it.
I also ordered the Twin Peaks Various Artists CD and have been listening to it on repeat along with the limited event series soundtrack on iTunes. Is it weird that I like working to eerie songs like the Fireman?
While looking for Twin Peaks things I found The Homicidal Homemaker’s video recipe for Black Lodge Pie, and while it’s not vegan, I love the set, the costumes and all of the theatrics in the video–it’s so well done! Update: There is a written vegan version of the recipe! (I’m having trouble getting through the app to access it though, so I haven’t checked it out yet.)
As for vegan eats, one of my fave recipes lately is my Coolest Ranch Seasoning Mix because it’s so good on popcorn, and I’ve also made this Buffalo Cauliflower Bites recipe so many times lately. (Follow me on Pinterest to see more recipes I make!)
One of my favorite meals this month was the epic nachos from Spiral Diner in Dallas as well vegan and gluten free treats from Reverie Bakeshop. The burger I had recently at Citizen Eatery was really good as well.
Some other miscellaneous favorites from September:
The new IT movie- Some people said it wasn’t scary at all and others were terrified…I thought it was creepy and hilarious and loved it.
Fightmaster Yoga videos– I’ve been loving the 90 Day yoga challenge videos.
Goth in the Raw– I haven’t tried any of their recipes yet, but I love their spooky raw vegan Instagram feed!
Mother!- I debated on whether to mention this one because it wasn’t enjoyable to watch (quite the opposite actually), but it’s one of those movies that I can’t stop thinking about. It’s by Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream), and it’s the first movie I’ve seen people walk out of in forever (and apparently that happened a lot). If you’re easily stressed or anxious you should probably skip it.