Monthly Archives: July 2012
One of the easiest hot meals you can make is a great grilled cheese. Just slap two slices of (vegan) cheese in between two slices of your favorite bread and you’re ready to go. Adding a bowl of tomato soup really brings the meal to the next level, but the problem remains that no matter […]
I harvested/sacrified a good bit of my cilantro for this summer salad. It’s sturdy and pretty enough for a summer potluck and get a spark from chili-lime vinaigrette. Recipe and photo contributed by Ellen Kanner.
I was inspired to create this pizza crust after attending a gluten-free baking class at the Culinary Institute of America. I had tried packaged gluten-free pizza mixes with allergen-free substitutions, and I wasn’t completely happy with any of them. Most of them used yeast and required a rise cycle. They took too long to prepare […]
Eggplant was just made to be grilled, and grilling it with an Asian-flavored marinade brings out the best of its subtle flavor. This is a nice accompaniment to grilled plant proteins — tofu, tempeh, and/or seitan.