Vegetarian

Tomato And String Bean Baklava Recipe

Seasonal, savory vegetarian Greek baklava
Jun 23, 2014 4:00 pm

World-renowned chef and author Maria Elia's new Greek cookbook, Smashing Plates, was inspired by the cuisine at her father's tavern in Cyprus. Greek pub food. Sound like a winning formula? We combed through this page-turner and came up with a few recipes to share, like this savory summer baklava. 

Sesame Citrus Tofu Salad Recipe

A simple, flavorful tofu salad for a healthy lunch
Jun 19, 2014 12:00 pm

This citrus tofu salad recipe, courtesy of celebrated chef Kimmy Tang at Beverly Hills French-Vietnamese restaurant 9021PHO, is a perfect light, vegetarian lunch with tons of flavor. The dressing is great for any salad that could use a bright Asian twist, so make extra and keep it in the fridge for a week in case for salads, marinades or even a light dipping sauce.

Grilled Baby Bok Choy With Miso Butter Recipe

Toss fresh, healthy baby bok choy on the grill
Jun 12, 2014 1:30 pm
grilled baby bok choy

Calling the world's healthiest vegetables! Oh here they are, in author Laura B. Russell's new cookbook, Brassicas: Cooking The World's Healthiest Vegetables. Fans of broccoli, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts and darling kale should be very excited. Here is a recipe for grilled baby bok choy with miso butter that will leave you entirely satisfied. Guaranteed.

Romanesco Summer Salad Recipe

A simple Romanesco recipe to brighten up your table
Jun 12, 2014 11:00 am

Calling the world's healthiest vegetables! Oh here they are, in author Laura B. Russell's new cookbook, Brassicas: Cooking The World's Healthiest Vegetables. Fans of broccoli, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts, and yes, of course our darling kale should be very excited. Here is a lively Romanesco salad that will leave you entirely satisfied. Guaranteed.

From Paris To Your Kitchen: David Lebovitz's Lemon-Pistachio Israeli Couscous

Israeli couscous, flavored with preserved lemons
Jun 11, 2014 2:00 pm

Look no further than renowned culinary author David Lebovitz's My Paris Kitchen, the cookbook companion to his world-famous blog and a must-have for the dedicated home cook. Learn the classics right the first time or dive a little deeper to lesser-known French dishes influenced by countless ethnic cuisines that you'll make again and again. First up, a delicious and colorful Israeli couscous flavored with preserved lemons (find them at your Middle Eastern grocery). 

Teriyaki Tofu Broccolette On Wild Rice Recipe

A hearty vegetarian stir-fry starring savory tofu
Jun 9, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: Sara Remington

Earthbound Farm co-founder Myra Goodman, along with her daughter, recently released Straight From The Earth, a cookbook of wholesome vegan recipes. If you're jumping on the veggie-loading bandwagon, this is a cookbook you'll need in your kitchen arsenal. Hearty teriyaki tofu broccolette on wild rice won't leave you wanting anything but seconds.

7 Reasons We Seriously Love Okra. Seriously.

Join us in celebrating that delightful little pod
Jun 4, 2014 1:00 pm

If you think you don't like okra, you're definitely mistaken. You love it fried, stewed, on a skewer, in a taco and stuffed with cheese. This fiber-packed pod is your good friend, and is hitting the seasonal market as we speak. Get a head start with 7 of the many reasons we're talking about this awesome vegetable: recipes, stories, and yes, an explanation for the slime. Delicious slime.  

Lowcountry Vegetarian: Blossom's Golden Beet Meatballs Recipe

Hearty beet meatballs from a Charleston favorite
May 5, 2014 4:00 pm

The future of restaurants' vegetarian offerings is bright and healthy, even in a town famous for pork, seafood, barbecue...you get the message. Charleston, SC's Blossom serves elevated Lowcountry cuisine with an emphasis on local vegetables, and their hearty golden beet, pecan and mushroom meatballs over parsnip purée with tomato sauce won't disappoint.

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