Delicious TV is pleased to announce that Toni Fiore is back in the kitchen sharing a new VegEZ episode and recipe every week.
Adding to our current library of VegEZ videos and recipes. With forums to share your own tips, questions, and ideas with Toni and other liked minded home cooks.
So don’t be afraid to bust out your cookware and get cookin. Because VegEZ is Veg Easy. Try it free for 7 days!
If you havent heard of VegEZ it’s an online series featuring 2-4 minute videos that show you how to easily prepare delicious vegan meals for you and your family.
From Five Star Pizza to Fettuccine Walnut Alfredo, VegEZ has recipes that appeal to a wide range of palates. Get started creating and enjoying these mouth-watering dishes from Toni Fiore today.
If you’re a fan of the podcast, you’ll find new content here along with all the library of VegEZ episodes and recipes. Toni will continue to show you how to create healthful versions of many of your favorite familiar foods without any animal ingredients, without the fuss, and in half the time.
Fast, easy, healthy, and best of all, delicious. And all for less than the price of a magazine subscription.
Toni Fiore is co-host of Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup and host of Delicious TV’s Totally Vegetarian – both popular public TV shows – She is also the author of Totally Vegetarian (200 recipes, now out in paperback).
Toni Fiore was raised by an Italian-American father and a German mother who instilled in her a sociable nature and the love of travel and of good food. She has lived in Italy and Germany and now resides in southern Maine.
In Italy, where I first nurtured my love of food and cooking, wine and conversation are as important to the meal as the food. I have always embraced this philosophy and found joy and satisfaction in the preparation of simple, fresh food. And it is perhaps one of my greatest pleasures to cook for people who aren’t convinced that vegetarian food is both satisfying and complete. I love the looks on their faces when they taste the food – inevitably I hear, “Wow, I can’t believe there isn’t any meat in this!”
I didn’t graduate from culinary school. Instead, I’ve always been content to find my own trial and error path to a finished dish. Mistakes are how you find your way to success. Mistakes taught me how to develop my own style, how to indulge my own tastes, and how to gain confidence in the kitchen. For me, cooking is a passionate pursuit.