Zucchini Fettuccine

Recipe By Ayinde Howell Delicious TV stopped by Executive Chef Ayinde Howell’s place in West Hollywood to film a recipe for our Brown Bag Lunch episode. While setting up camera gear Ayinde foraged through his fridge and then whipped up this tasty gluten-free stir-fry to go.  So next time treat yourself to a workday lunch.  …

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The UnBird

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by Miyoko Schinner Watch this recipe being made on Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup. Creamy, roasted winter veggies all dressed up in a playful, sculptured “bird” form make a presentation that’s guaranteed to wow your guests. And it’s yummy to boot! Roast the vegetables:  3 cups peeled and large-diced butternut squash 3 cups brussels sprouts, cut …

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Braised Escarole with White Bean Vinaigrette

By guest chef, Cathi DiCocco A delicious whole foods dinner by restauranteur Cathi Dicocco. Cathi grew up cooking in her fathers Italian restaurant in upstate NY.  She is a hidden gem we found in the Maine woods. If you’re ever in Bethel, Maine, stop and visit  Cathi’s restaurant and market serves 4 To make the …

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Fabulous Fourth of July Grilling ideas from Toni Fiore

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 …

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Can’t Beat Beets

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 …

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Stewed Cabbage with Tomatoes

Summer in Maine has ended but the market produce is still bountiful. And with it Toni makes a simple and delicious Cabbage side dish. Watch Stewed Cabbage with Tomatoes Why not check out your own local farmers market this weekend.  

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Late Season Vegetable Mélange

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 …

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Summertime and the grillin’ is easy

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 …

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Edamame Apple Salad

Typically soybeans in their dried form must be cooked at length in order to become digestible. But edamame (or green soybeans) are harvested at the peak of ripeness, which makes them soft, chewy and ready to eat in just minutes. The word edamame means “Beans on Branches,” since they grow in clusters on bushy branches. …

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Cathi’s Oven-Dried Tomatoes

Cathi Dicocco’s Oven-Dried Tomatoes These tomato gems are sweet, delicious, and a snap to make. Oven drying enhances the sweetness while preserving tomatoes at a time when they’re abundantly in season and affordable. You can also do this with cherry tomatoes and you don’t even need to scoop out the innards – Sungolds work well …

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