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By • Nov 2nd, 2009 • Category: Featured

Toni caters lunch for Willard Beach, The Real Story, a sharp and funny web series posting weekly 3 minute episodes



Quick Sushi Balls

By • Sep 9th, 2009 • Category: Light Bites, Potatoes, Grains, and Beans

Recently, I was asked to donate a few trays of appetizers for a fundraiser. Because the fundraiser was emphasizing sushi, I decided to create something really new. This recipe is much less tedious than making maki rolls, and if you’re not a seaweed lover, you can control the seaweed flavor, or not add it at all [...]



Late Season Vegetable Mélange

By • Sep 9th, 2009 • Category: Featured, Vegetables

Serves 4-6 Inspired by the $5 “grab bags” of vegetables sold by one of the vendors at our local farmer’s market, this variety of late season vegetables combined with woodsy Cremini mushrooms is equally scrumptious for lunch or dinner served alongside tofu “steaks” or a veggie burger, or simply spooned over whole wheat pasta or [...]



Vegan Pizza Spreads Across US!

By • Aug 26th, 2009 • Category: Breads and Pizza, Featured, Our Vegetarian Travels

Oh so many years ago when we first became vegetarians, in order to get a decent, tasty vegan pizza, you had to make it yourself. While it’s still a wonderful thing to DIY – check out Toni’s amazing Potato Sage Pizza – it’s also nice to know that from Boston to Seattle and in a [...]



Fresh Zucchini Cake

By • Aug 10th, 2009 • Category: Featured, Sweet Finishes

IT’S HARVEST TIME! If you’ve ever planted more than one “hill” of zucchini squash, you know that at some point in the season, the output of this reliable plant can be somewhat overwhelming.  Here’s a tasty and scrumptious solution for using this prolific vegetable that is sure to remind you why you planted it in [...]



Summertime and the grillin’ is easy

By • Jul 11th, 2009 • Category: Featured, Vegetables, Vegetarian Tips

For us, summer means less time in the kitchen and more time outside in “the big room” – so of course, the less fuss involved in the preparation of meals, the better we like it.  And what could be less fussy (and more delicious) than a stir fry prepared al fresco on the grill?  Utilizing [...]



Garlic, roasted on the grill

By • Jul 8th, 2009 • Category: Totally Vegetarian show, Vegetables

Roasting garlic produces a complete change in flavor, the “bite” of raw garlic magically turns into a mellow sweetness you have to try to believe! I often roast up to half a dozen garlic heads at a time. They keep well — a month or more in the fridge — and in my house, they [...]



Mixed Vegetable Grill

By • Jul 8th, 2009 • Category: Totally Vegetarian show, Vegetables

Onions and summer squashes are superb when grilled, but don’t be afraid to try any vegetable on the grill. Toni also likes to throw in carrots, fresh fennel, and halved baby potatoes. You’re only limited by your own imagination. Serves 4-6 Ingredients: Basic Balsamico Vinaigrette (makes about 1 cup): 3/4 c. extra virgin olive oil [...]



Little arms of love

By • Jun 23rd, 2009 • Category: Featured, Vegetables, Vegetarian Tips

Broccoli’s name comes from the Italian piccoli bracci meaning “little arms” and just a single serving of this amazing vegetable provides 30 mg of vitamin C, plentiful fiber, and a slew of other anti-oxidant, cancer-fighting nutrients. And it’s not just good for you, it’s good! Soup, salad, side, or main dish, broccoli is a cool [...]



Lettuce entertain you!

By • Jun 12th, 2009 • Category: Featured

Maine summers provide the perfect environment for growing lettuces and there are tables at the farmers markets literally piled with beautiful green heads and bins full of tasty, spicy baby greens of all varieties. A member of the aster family, lettuce has been cultivated for over 2500 years. In China, where lettuce has been growing [...]



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