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Fiona’s Fabulous Turkey, Bacon and Avocado Club Sandwich

By • Jul 7th, 2014 • Category: Burgers and Sandwiches, Featured, For the Kids, Vegan Cheese, Vegan Mashup

What better way to celebrate Meatless Monday and all of our wonderful turkey friends than with a super simple, delicious Vegan Club Sandwich? Inspired by Fiona the Turkey who I had the pleasure of meeting on my recent visit to Peace Ridge Farm Sanctuary , this sandwich is stacked and packed with so much traditional [...]

Save the Rainforest Blueberry Crisp

By • Aug 27th, 2013 • Category: Breakfast, Desserts, Fruit, Good Mornings, Vegan Mashup, Vegetarian Tips

by Toni Fiore Rainforests are the earth’s largest sinks of carbon, safely storing the greenhouse gases that cause climate change. In Indonesia, rainforests are razed to create industrial palm oil plantations, releasing massive quantities of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, making the tropical nation the world’s third largest emitter of greenhouse gases. Rainforests also provide [...]

Fabulous Fourth of July Grilling ideas from Toni Fiore

By • Jul 3rd, 2012 • Category: Breads and Pizza, Green Living, Main Dish, Potatoes, Grains, and Beans, Vegetables, Vegetarian Tips

I love when people ask, “Hey what do vegetarians cook on the grill anyway? Veggie burgers, corn, fake hot dogs??” Well, since all we hear about for the entire week leading up the Fourth of July are the recipes, stories and suggestions for grilling hundreds of pounds of burgers, steaks, chicken and ribs (did I [...]

Maximize Your Kale

By • Mar 20th, 2012 • Category: Uncategorized

  Recently I read a great article touting the health benefits of kale. It’s pretty evident that the word has gotten out, with many people expressing awareness that kale is considered the new “superfood”. Every year something “new”, that actually isn’t new at all, hits the airwaves as the one thing you’ll want to include [...]

What is the ultimate cooking show? “A Vegan Mashup”!

By • Dec 12th, 2011 • Category: Totally Vegetarian show, Vegan Mashup, Vegetarianism, Viewer questions

Where would you turn for a Vegan TV cooking show that teaches you just how easy and quickly you can make the best most nourishing meals for yourself and your family? Well, the answer of course is, RIGHT HERE! After hosting four seasons of Delicious TV’s Totally Vegetarian on Public Television and over 140 VegEZ [...]

Better Than Feta

By • Dec 2nd, 2011 • Category: Main Dish, Tofu, Vegetarian Tips

I never really ate a lot of cheese, but I did use bits of it in and on a great many of my traditional Italian or Greek recipes. Personally I found working around not adding cheese to my food to be really easy. However, that said, there are some recipes that really depended on either [...]

When Veggies Become Tuna

By • Nov 9th, 2011 • Category: Burgers and Sandwiches

Click the photo to watch the episode. When I’m preparing vegetarian versions of classic recipes like Maryland Mock Crab-cakes, Grilled Seitan or Tofu Phish I’ll focus on recreating the familiar flavors of those dishes by using many of the same spices and flavorings that would be added to the traditional meat or seafood versions. That, [...]

Start of Soup Season

By • Oct 24th, 2011 • Category: Main Dish, Soups and Stews

One of my inspirations for preparing my Parsnip Butternut Squash Bisque for this weeks podcast actually was last weeks podcast! When Elizabeth Fraser was putting together her Ginger Snap Breakfast Smoothie (if you haven’t seen the episode you should be sure to tune in) and added fresh ginger to the fruits and veggies, I was [...]

Can’t Beat Beets

By • Oct 20th, 2011 • Category: Burgers and Sandwiches, Main Dish

Like Cilantro it seems that people either love beets or hate them! Tonight I made Beet Burgers (recipe courtesy of Didi Emmons and in my book “Totally Vegetarian”) for a couple of friends who swore they would never (ever) develop a liking for this sadly underused root vegetable. Even though I’m seeing beets making more [...]

Stir Crazy

By • Oct 11th, 2011 • Category: Uncategorized

After driving down the West coast today, Steve and I  stopped for dinner in Fort Myers at a place called Stir Crazy. Stir Crazy is an Asian influenced chain restaurant where you can either order prepared food off of the menu or go through a line called a Market Bar and create your own dishes. [...]

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