Monthly Archives: April 2010
A mild yet flavorful vegan burger, this combination of white beans and spinach is equally good in pita sandwiches, on English muffins or rolls, or served without any bread at all. Kids who are open to green foods might enjoy eating these out of hand. Leftovers are delicious used in sandwiches for brown bag lunches.
This sweet-and-sour Asian-style noodle dish featuring lots of fresh asparagus is a lovely spring dinner offering. Serve with a simple tofu dish such as Sweet and Savory Sautéd Tofu, and a platter of raw veggies.
This gorgeous green asparagus soup is a nice introduction to festive spring meals.
These simple kebabs of tofu and potatoes, threaded onto skewers and slathered with sauce is like an outdoor summer barbecue, all year round. If you use an all-natural brand of barbecue sauce, this is a 3-ingredient recipe. If you make your own, which is highly recommended, it’s not much more time-consuming. Serve with a green veggie (like […]
Paris, like New York, San Francisco, London, and other big cities, has become melting pot, a trend reflected by its eateries. Pizza and pasta, every imaginable Asian cuisine (including Thai, Vietnamese, Tibetan, and Indonesian), Greek, Middle Eastern, and even American style Tex-Mex are amply represented all around the city. Most all of these offer plenty […]