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Michael Natkin's Soba Noodles in Shiitake-Shoyu Broth with Spring Vegetables

Caroline Russock 2 comments

This vegetarian stock uses kombu, dried shiitakes, leeks, ginger, garlic, and soy to recreate the deep flavors of the decidedly un-veggie friendly inspiration. More

Michael Natkin's Soba Noodles in Shiitake-Shoyu Broth with Spring Vegetables

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

This vegetarian stock uses kombu, dried shiitakes, leeks, ginger, garlic, and soy to recreate the deep flavors of the decidedly un-veggie friendly inspiration. More

Michael Natkin's Peppery Absorption-Cooked Red-Wine Capellini

Caroline Russock 2 comments

Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious, is an outside of the box kind of thinker. And it's precisely that kind of thinking that gives his meatless creations so much style. Take this Peppery Absorption-Cooked Red-Wine Capellini for example—but first take everything you know about pasta-making and throw it out of the window. More

Michael Natkin's Peppery Absorption-Cooked Red-Wine Capellini

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious, is an outside of the box kind of thinker. And it's precisely that kind of thinking that gives his meatless creations so much style. Take this Peppery Absorption-Cooked Red-Wine Capellini for example—but first take everything you know about pasta-making and throw it out of the window. More

Michael Natkin's Potato and Green Bean Salad with Arugula Pesto

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It is officially potato salad season. And while we're all for the all-American mayo dressed version, sometimes we like to mix up our picnics and barbecues with something a little different. Adapted from Michael Natkin's Herbivoracious this Potato and Green Bean Salad with Arugula Pesto is gorgeous and green, with snappy green beans and tender new potatoes tossed in a peppery pesto. More

Michael Natkin's Aromatic Tofu Packets

Caroline Russock 3 comments

These Aromatic Tofu Packets from Michael Natkin's Herbivoracious are a prime example of why banana leaves have a permanent place in my freezer. Natkin combines a Asian veggies with soy sauced blocks of tofu and wraps them in banana leaves to steam and let all of the flavors meld. More

Michael Natkin's Aromatic Tofu Packets

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

These Aromatic Tofu Packets from Michael Natkin's Herbivoracious are a prime example of why banana leaves have a permanent place in my freezer. Natkin combines a Asian veggies with soy sauced blocks of tofu and wraps them in banana leaves to steam and let all of the flavors meld. More

Michael Natkin's Kouftikes de Prasa Sandwiches

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This sandwich has it all going on—salty, sour, spicy, and totally satisfying. We're loving the contrast of crisp oniony leek patties with the sharp, pickled cabbage. Topped off with a dollop of creamy labne and a few mint leaves, this sandwich is a winner. More

Michael Natkin's Kouftikes de Prasa Sandwiches

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

Falafel might be a hall of fame vegetarian sandwich, but after making up a batch of these Kouftikes de Prasa Sandwiches from Michael Natkin's Herbivoracious, we're tempted to declare a new winner. More

Michael Natkin's Kimchi Jigae with Shiitake and Daikon

Caroline Russock 2 comments

We've got to thank Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious for veg-ifying one of our favorite Korean dishes, kimchi jigae, so that our vegetarian compatriots can enjoy the goodness that is this sour-spicy stew. More

Michael Natkin's Kimchi Jigae with Shiitake and Daikon

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

We've got to thank Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious for veg-ifying one of our favorite Korean dishes, kimchi jigae so that our vegetarian compatriots can enjoy the goodness that is this sour-spicy stew. More

Cook the Book: 'Herbivoracious'

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Herbivoracious, a new vegetarian cookbook from former Serious Eats contributor Michael Natkin, embraces flavors from all over the globe, with recipes that will satisfy vegetarians and omnivores alike. All week we'll be cooking from the book; enter to win your copy here! More

How to Plan a Vegetarian Meal by Answering Three Easy Questions

Robyn Lee 2 comments

If you want to eat more vegetarian meals but don't know how to plan them, Michael Natkin of Herbivoracious suggests three easy questions to get you going: "What grain or starch do I feel like eating?"; "What food culture am I in the mood for?"; and "What's fresh?" For example, if you're in the mood for polenta, you could turn it into an Italian-themed dish topped with an Italian cheese and serve it with your favorite in-season vegetable. More

Grapes, Four Ways

Adam Kuban 2 comments

[Photograph: Herbivoracious] Seriously Meatless columnist Michael Natkin, the man behind Herbivoracious, takes some time to play with his food: This is one of my favorite kitchen creativity games. Take a single ingredient, and cut it as many ways as you can think of, then observe the way the cuts and textures change your perception. Then take it a step further and let those new perceptions suggest simple flavor pairings. Here he's applied this exercise to black seedless grapes to stunning effect.... More

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