EDDIE ROSS I'd like to think that if all good things must end, even better and more beautiful things start right up again! 2013 brought changes at home and at work, with family and friends and, most of all, in our selves and the course ahead. After three and a half years of life in the country chronicling our adventures, shopping flea markets with new friends and producing stories for magazines, Jaithan and I took one last look at our Butler's Pantry... ...and packed it all up. Every. Last. Thing. Back to New York we went, settling into a modest one-bedroom apartment in Yorkville perched high in the sky where every toast rack, teapot, samovar, soup tureen, compote and cake stand crammed the shelves of the pharmaceutical cabinet my Pop-pop and I once stripped of its peeling paint years ago. Guest room accommodations went from marvelous... ...to makeshift. In the country, we used to love lighting fires in our living room that crackled and hissed... Hello, old friend. ...well...we screamed!
5 Creative Ways to Use Chia Seeds By What To Eat Published Apr 21, 2015 Chances are, you’ve heard all the rumblings about chia seeds: The tiny powerhouse is touted for it’s omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and fiber content. In fact, each tablespoon packs in 2.3 grams of protein and almost 5 grams of fiber, plus a dose of calcium, vitamins A, B, C, and E, and antioxidants. No wonder they’ve been celebrated as a superfood for both your heart and your skin! If you’ve never cooked with the ingredient before, you’re in for a surprising treat. Banana Chia Muffins Start your morning on a healthy note — and use up that last overripe banana sitting on your counter — by baking a batch of these hearty, satisfying muffins from Tone It Up. Chia Seed Jam When chia seeds are mixed with liquid, they expand as they absorb the moisture. Linguine al Limone With Grilled Chia-Chicken Meatballs Bubble Water/Chia Fresca Looking for a fun way to quench your thirst? Coconut Berry Chia Seed Pudding
A collection of vegan recipes A collection of vegan recipes Vegan Recipe Collection Hi there, my name is Paula. I post vegan recipes here for inspiration... Home Archive Random Ask me anything Theme One Green Planet vegan vegetarian recipe palak spinach pakora Dec 25 2015 - 46 notes - Source: onegreenplanet.org vegan vegetarian recipe Serious Eats ramen noodles Dec 25 2015 - 253 notes - Source: seriouseats.com One Green Planet vegan vegetarian recipe peanut butter pretzel truffle chocolate Dec 24 2015 - 91 notes - Source: onegreenplanet.org One Ingredient Chef vegan vegetarian recipe forager Dec 24 2015 - 105 notes - Source: oneingredientchef.com vegan vegetarian recipe One Green Planet mushroom rice risotto gluten free Dec 24 2015 - 233 notes - Source: onegreenplanet.org vegan vegetarian recipe Serious Eats soup ajiaco negro Dec 24 2015 - 137 notes - Source: seriouseats.com vegan vegetarian recipe Hanukkah fork and beans Dec 24 2015 - 69 notes - Source: forkandbeans.com Dec 24 2015 - 105 notes - Source: onegreenplanet.org
Aubergine and Mushroom Moussaka recipe - C-N-Do Scotland Walking Holidays Aubergine and Mushroom Moussaka Moussaka is a Greek classic and this simple dish is best served with some simple brown rice and a Greek-style salad of cucumber, tomatoes, black olives and diced Feta cheese dressed with olive oil and fresh lemon juice. Cooking Instructions: Slice aubergine into thin slices lengthways. Show all recipes → 22 Ways To Get Your Vegan Snack Attack On It must be snacking season because I’ve had a lot of emails lately asking for some healthy vegan snack ideas and I thought it was a great idea for a post. Many of the recipes below are also some of the most popular snack recipes of 2011, so I will also add this post to my Top Recipes of 2011 page for easy reference. Ready to get your vegan snack attack on? 1. Endurance Crackers My all-time favourite cracker and quite possibly one of the top 3 recipes so far in 2012. 2. Enjoy this ultra-creamy, thick, and energizing smoothie, with a hint of orange that will help keep those cold bugs at bay! 3. Love dipping your finger into a bowl of cake batter? 3. Just like my favourite salt and vinegar chips, but better. 4. Incredibly easy to make. 5. Growing up, I always loved strawberry nutri-grain bars. 6. Adapted from the lovely Heather, this almond butter is the best thing to pair with a juicy apple or drizzled over fruit. 7. 8. 9. 10. for the rest click the link to continue… 11. Simple. 12. 13. 14.
TheKitchenSinkRecipes.comThe Kitchen Sink Toasted Coconut Brussels Sprouts I think we’re all still pretty shocked that I actually enjoy brussels sprouts. And! Let’s take a moment thank the heavens above that I do or else… nary a vegetable would cross my lips. And in order to continue this… fondness… I have for the little green chunks o’ love, I gotta make sure they don’t overstay their welcome. Because I can’t get sick of the one plant type thing I’ve got going on. !! Now now… I realize I’m eliminating a majority of the population here with coconut AND brussels sprouts. For some of you (like ummmm, my husband), this is your ultimate worst nightmare. I pan-roasted the heck out of the brussels until caramely, added some coconut to toast, drizzled on some lite coconut milk and then ate them like there was no tomorrow. Print Coconut Toasted Brussels Yield: serves 2-4 Total Time: 15 minutes Ingredients: Directions: Add quartered brussels to a bowl and sprinkle with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Heat a skillet oven medium-high heat and once hot, add brussels.
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25 Vegetarian recipes you can cook in under 30 minutes We are big fans of spending quality time on food and eating. Eating is one of the most important things you do all day long, so for physical, mental and spiritual health, it is vital to spend time and thought each part of the process from selecting ingredients and recipes, to preparing your food, to enjoying your meals to their fullest. But we also know that sometimes weeknights can be hectic and you want to have some recipes handy that are healthy and delicious but that come together in a hurry when needed. © Jaymi Heimbuch1. © Jaymi Heimbuch2. © Jaymi Heimbuch3. © Jaymi Heimbuch4. © Jaymi Heimbuch5. © Jaymi Heimbuch6. © Jaymi Heimbuch7. © Jaymi Heimbuch8. © Jaymi Heimbuch9. © Jaymi Heimbuch10. © Jaymi Heimbuch11. © Jaymi Heimbuch12. © Jaymi Heimbuch13. © Jaymi Heimbuch14. © Jaymi Heimbuch15. © Jaymi Heimbuch16. © Jaymi Heimbuch17. © Jaymi Heimbuch18. © Jaymi Heimbuch19. © Jaymi Heimbuch20. © Jaymi Heimbuch21. © Jaymi Heimbuch22. © Jaymi Heimbuch23. © Jaymi Heimbuch24.
Cuisine Campagne Chef in Training | A great place to find easy, delicious and family friendly recipes. Cranberry and Pecan Vegan Cheeseball Recipe Growing up as the only vegetarian in a big family of omnivores was pretty rough. Most of my holiday meals involved a plateful of sides, appetizers, or worse, hanging in there until after dinner and making a meal of dessert. My family has changed quite a bit since those days, and so have I. I never would’ve seen this coming, but I couldn’t be more gratified, and not just because it makes it’s easier for me to actually eat something at holiday gatherings, but also because now I’ve finally got other people to cook for. This particular vegan cheeseball is actually a vegan adaptation of one I ate a bunch of times growing up. You can’t have a cheeseball without some kind of coating, so the last thing I did was roll it in a mixture of pecans and cranberries. Creanberry and Pecan Vegan Cheeseball This holiday-perfect vegan cheeseball is made with a blend of creamy cashew cheese and sweet tart dried cranberries, all coated in a cranberry pecan crust. Ingredients Instructions Notes
eat your vegetable Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak recipe Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer The name refers to the appetising sound this stir-up of cooked potatoes and greens makes as it cooks. Most recipes suggest equal quantities of cooked potatoes to shredded cabbage, though much depends on what you have to hand. The only difficult bit about this recipe is turning the sizzling cake over in the pan in order to brown the underside. Some serve this with a fried egg on top, but my own favourite twists are to fry a little bacon in the butter before adding the vegetables or to add some chopped cooked sausages to the pan creating something more like a good old fry-up. Email Nigel at email@example.com or visit guardian.co.uk/profile/nigelslater for all his recipes in one place