vegetables

Watermelon Tartare? Artichoke Oysters? Vegetables Are Kicking Meat Off Menus.

Plant-based dishes are no longer small potatoes
Feb 23, 2015 10:30 am

Forget worrying about a side of vegetables with your dinner. Today’s chefs are taking great strides to ensure these nutrient-rich ingredients are no longer just an afterthought at dinner — they are dinner. From vegetable-inspired meat dishes to meat-inspired vegetable dishes, menus across the country are showcasing fresh produce like never before. Nicole Schnitzler reports.

Cheese Fix: Vegetable And Cheddar Strata Recipe

Savory layers of cheese and eggs for brunch
Feb 15, 2015 10:00 am

You know and love it: it's Cabot cheddar, it's creamy, awesome and the star of The Cabot Creamery Cookbook. This collection of recipes from dairy farmers across the country is as sharp as it is delicious, and if you're a fan of cheddar cheese, add this book to your food library. 

Valentine's Day Practice Round: 10 Sexy Vegetable Recipes To Love

Sensual veggies to start your night right
Feb 9, 2015 3:00 pm

Admit it: A sexy vegetable dish will go way further than a big honking casserole or a decidedly unsexy hunk of meat on the table when it comes to that special Valentine's dinner. Besides, you might want to keep it light. There are more romantic goals to accomplish than a solid case of the meat sweats followed by Netflix. So what's a sexy vegetable dish? Any of these ten delicious vegetarian recipes should get sparks flying.  

Still Juicing: America's Thirst For Liquid Greens Just Keeps Growing

Juiceries are going next level across America
Jan 21, 2015 10:00 am

You can't walk a block in New York or Los Angeles without running into a place where cold-pressed juice bottles are lined up on shelves, as colorful as crayons in a box. Yet, as awash in liquid greens as we seem to be, the frenzy has really just begun. Tien Nguyen reports on this enduring health trend.

15 Great Reasons To Pick Up A Big Knobbly Head Of Cauliflower Tonight

Trendy, beautiful, delicious cauliflower love
Jan 19, 2015 12:00 pm

Cauliflower couldn't possibly be more au courant than right now, with hundreds of ways to eat this incredibly healthy cruciferous vegetable. Whether you sear, roast, mash, blend or simply eat the head whole, we can all but guarantee your cauliflower love has not even begun to peak. Peruse these 15 wonderful ways to fit more cauliflower into your life and hop on one of the best bandwagons, ever. 

Seared Cauliflower With Honey And Harissa Recipe

Crisp cauliflower packed with fresh flavors
Jan 15, 2015 3:30 pm

We're pretty much into anything Eli Sussman puts on a plate. You should see what this guy does to vegetables, which makes him a great chef to borrow a recipe from for Healthy Living Month. Sussman's harissa-spiced seared cauliflower is about as beautiful, trendy and healthy as vegetables get, so hop to it with this extremely simply but very impressive dish.  

Can You Actually Re-Grow Food From Scraps? Well, Yeah!

Grow brand-new celery and scallions from old ones
Jan 12, 2015 2:00 pm

Well here's Cool Thing #3978 about vegetables: they regrow themselves. Know what doesn't regrow itself? That muffin from the deli. YouTube homesteader/sustainable prepper (yup, that's a thing) GaryMule took some coffee grounds and zero dirt, planting pots or land and sprouted himself brand-new celery from just-old-enough celery. Ditto scallions — if you have a houseplant, you should have those pups sprouting up at all times. 

 

Our 15 Favorite Vegetarian Recipes Of All Time

Take down your recipe rut with this garden bounty
Jan 12, 2015 11:00 am

Why the long face, friends? Meatless Monday is a joyous occasion, packed with colors, vitamins, fiber, eggplant, broccoli — all good things. It's especially good here at Food Republic, where we take veggies as seriously as bacon. Did we just say that? We did. Browse through this meticulously curated list of our 15 favorite vegetarian recipes of all time and embrace the beginning of this week Food Republic–style. 

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