Warm white beans, crunchy panko parmesan crumbs and charred tomatoes in a creamy buttermilk dressing.
Blistered avocado wedges, runny warm tomato slices and melty cheese on bread that's crunchy on the ends and soft in the middle with spicy black beans.
Matchsticks of chewy baked tofu - easy and healthy.
Chewy, creamy nuggets of farro with peas, carrots and South Indian spices cooked upma style. This dish travels well for picnis and is great hot or cold.
Sweet summer squash and zucchini with juicy tomatoes and creamy potato slices. Topped with nutty gruyere on sour dough bread.
I'm looking for suggestions for a private 30th birthday dinner in NYC. The majority of the group is vegetarian, so while I'm not limited to vegetarian restaurants, it needs to be somewhere vegetarian friendly. Indian or Italian would be preferable. Trying to keep price to $50/person or less. I'm pretty open in terms of location within NYC.
Preserved lemons...teeny bursts of lemony goodness that will have everyone going back for seconds.
What happens when you put rectangles of paneer through your food processor with the shredder blade on? You end up with soft piles of stringy tendrils of paneer.
I've (unfortunately) recently developed a sweet tooth and have been baking to satisfy my cravings. I would love to hear about healthy baked goods recipes (cakes, cookies, muffins, etc.) that others have tried and enjoy. Thanks in advance!
Moist whole wheat muffins studded with sweet cinnamon spiced apples and crunchy nuggets of pecans topped with brown sugar.
Fried rice with sriracha, sweet corn and creamy fried eggs.
Crispy and chewy pieces of seitan in a spicy, mildly sweet kung pao sauce with crunchy asparagus and red bellpeppers.
Anyone have a lunch suggestion in Manhattan (mid-town east or west or lower) that is Italian and kid friendly (4 mo old)? Asked to come up with a suggestion for out-of-towners but no time to do any good research.
We were at a favorite neighborhood bar recently, and I noticed that they reuse your beer glass when you get another round. Is that standard? I can't recall now if other bars do that too. And does anyone think that's a little gross? I think the tap touches the beer in the glass which is swishing around with all of your germs right? Although, my husband didn't seem bothered by this.
We just had a baby a few weeks ago but would like to go out for an early dinner on New Year's Eve. If we time it right, our daughter will just sleep through the dinner. Any suggestions for a baby friendly restaurant on New Year's Eve? We're open on the type of restaurant and location but in an ideal world it would be somewhere that's veggie friendly and downtown.
p.s. Please refrain from any snide comments about people who dine out with their children ;-)
We're gearing up for a blizzard today in NY and trying to decide what ingredients to grab from the store for dinner. What are your favorites for a snowy night?
Mac 'n Cheese with Vegetarian Chili - cheesy noodles, spicy soy protein and chewy kidney beans.
Brussels sprouts roasted in honey butter then showered with red chili pepper flakes and salt.
A mix of crumbled, chunky tofu and pureed creamy tofu, peppery arugula, bread crumbs, garlic, Italian seasoning and nutty garlic rounded off with a sprinkle of red pepper for a little kick.
The post about the Jones Soda Tofurkey and Gravy flavor soda (ewww) has me wondering if anyone out there has had a successful experience cooking a Tofurkey? We've tried it a few times, and it's always dry and flavorless. So, anyone?
My husband and I are going to Arthur Avenue for the first time tomorrow night. We were planning to try the eggplant parmesan at Arthur Avenue Cafe but just realized it's closed after 6 pm. Any suggestions? Somewhere that has standout eggplant parm would be great! Thanks.
Tangy green tomatoes in a spicy, nutty lentil stew.
A Trinidadian curried salad with fresh tomatoes and peppery arugula inspired by a trip to Virgin Gorda in the BVI.
I want to buy some good wonton wrappers and wonton noodles near work today...any ideas? I work on 41st/7th and am going to be heading downtown towards Brooklyn...I realize I could stop in Chinatown but it's so crowded and hectic. Any other suggestions?
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