Crunch Into This Falafel Crouton Salad Recipe

Here’s an idea: Ditch the pita entirely!
May 5, 2015 3:00 pm
falafel crouton recipe
Photo: Evan Sung, Stylist: Kaitlyn DuRoss

Sometimes I’m in the mood for the falafel itself but not the pita pocket that houses it. The bread can fill you up, limiting enjoyment of the crispy goodness within. This salad eliminates the pita and turns the falafel into crunchy “croutons” topped with a dressing made rich with tahini and tangy with bits of preserved lemon. Think of it as falafel without the baggage, the moral of the story being: Don’t knock it until you fry it.

Veggie Heaven: Fennel With Gorgonzola Recipe

Tender fennel, bold blue cheese, one perfect dish
May 4, 2015 12:00 pm
fennel with gorgonzola recipe

If you truly love the kind of food only an Italian grandma could put on the table, you’ll need to hop a ferry to Staten Island and make a pilgrimage to Enoteca Maria. The kitchen is staffed entirely by Italian grandmas, and therefore the food on the table is filled with love. Restaurant founder Jody Scaravella’s new cookbook, Nonna’s House, is a collection of beloved recipes you’ll want to try...even if yours doesn’t turn out like Nonna’s the first time. Try out this great vegetarian recipe that becomes extraordinary when you add in cheese.

Make April Bloomfield’s Kale Polenta At Home

Bright green, full of flavor, extra-good for you
Apr 27, 2015 12:00 pm
april bloomfield kale polenta recipe

Hungry for something new? Look no further than a cookbook by renowned chef April Bloomfield of NYC’s Spotted Pig and the Breslin. Her latest book, A Girl and Her Greens, highlights simple, flavorful vegetarian cuisine. Get green with this kale polenta recipe that’s perfect for your first outdoor dinners of the season and for your vegetarian repertoire all year long.

This Buttered Leek Quiche Recipe Is Paleo!

Eggs and butter make sweet leeks even better
Apr 23, 2015 2:00 pm
paleo quiche recipe

Paleo cooking has never been so easy! In One-Pot Paleo, Jenny Castaneda shares delicious recipes for enticing paleo meals that only require one pot, pan or bowl. You’ll spend less time cooking and cleaning and more time enjoying your meals. Try out this recipe for a delicious, healthy paleo dish masquerading as a crazily indulgent, creamy quiche.

Tagliatelle With Asparagus And Parmesan Fonduta Recipe

Fonduta means “you’ll love this” in pasta lingo
Apr 20, 2015 2:00 pm
tagliatelle with asparagus and parmesan fonduta

Hungry for something new? Look no further than a cookbook by renowned chef April Bloomfield, of NYC’s Spotted Pig and the Breslin. Her latest cookbook, A Girl and Her Greens, highlights vegetable-focused cuisine.. Get in season with delicious spring asparagus and fresh pasta — this recipe will jump-start your spring cooking repertoire. 

April Bloomfield’s Pot-Roasted Artichoke Recipe Means Springtime!

Baby chokes, white wine, capers and garlic. Mmm.
Apr 16, 2015 12:00 pm
april bloomfield artichoke recipe

Hungry for something new? Look no further than a cookbook by renowned chef April Bloomfield of NYC’s Spotted Pig and the Breslin. Her latest book, A Girl and Her Greens, hits the shelves April 21st and highlights simple, flavorful vegetarian cuisine. Get in season with delicious spring artichokes — this recipe will jump-start your spring cooking repertoire.

Oven-Braised Artichokes With Potatoes And Onions Recipe

Celebrate artichoke season with this hearty braise
Apr 6, 2015 3:00 pm
oven-braised artichokes recipe

If you're an olive oil aficionado, Nancy Harmon Jenkin's new book Virgin Territory is essential for your cookbook library. Part olive oil primer and part recipe goldmine, this guide to all things EVOO will revolutionize the way you make healthy substitutions. If you’re a fan of artichokes, forget the butter dip and dig into this delicious braise.

It’s Time For A Spring Onion Pizza Recipe!

Break out the alliums and the pizza stone, folks
Apr 2, 2015 12:00 pm
spring onion pizza recipe

Root to Leaf is one of our favorite vegetarian cookbooks of the year. If you’re a fan of celebrated chefs who use every bit of their raw materials, please welcome to your kitchen James Beard-nominated chef Steven Satterfield. His award-winning Atlanta restaurant, Miller Union, serves simple, upscale, imaginative vegetable dishes that you can easily re-create at home, like this stunning spring onion pizza. 


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