This recipe comes from vegetarian food blogger, Kate, of Cookie & Kate. I love her blog because it’s chockfull of unexpected food combinations that approach the vegetarian and whole foods lifestyle with zest. Just because you choose to eat food close to the source and in season doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun. With her pup Cookie by her side, it seems like Kate is always playing it up in the kitchen, and it shows through in her recipes.
This week’s recipe comes from one of my favorite food blogging duos, Jack and Jeanine of Love & Lemons. Their blog is full of healthy (mostly vegetarian) and lactose free recipes that will make you salivate. Whenever I’m looking for healthy inspiration this is definitely a blog that I turn to. This week they prepared for us a Thai Coconut Cucumber salad that makes me yearn for late outdoor summer dinners. Read more »
Last Tuesday, I was so graciously invited to the seventh annual Great Chef’s Event, a night of charity and outstanding food to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand. Over 50 world-renowned chefs were in attendance here at the Navy Yard, whipping up their best bites for the cause. Read more »
I first met Alexis back at the Kinfolk dinner a few weeks ago. She prepared four types of iced tea for the dinner that were unlike anything I had had before. Read more »
These creative little flower and berry ice cubes give added fun to any drink. Whether you’re hosting a party or just relaxing at home, why not add them in? Read more »
With two locations in NYC, one on the Upper East Side and one on the Upper West, Candle Café is dedicated to serving healthy vegan food that not only benefits your health but also the environment. Read more »
They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but I think that the way to mine is through miso-glazed sea bass. After hours of marinating, the miso mixture keeps the fish tender and then, when cooking, it caramelizes on the surface. Read more »
Crunchy and sweet, spiced and creamy – all at the same time – this week’s eggless egg salad recipe is a must for any vegan looking to pack some protein into their lunches. Spread it onto a sandwich with some nutty bread, lettuce, and tomato, or simply top off a salad with a few large spoonfuls. Read more »