As soon as we heard that the new restaurant from Isa Chandra Moskowitz, Modern Love Brooklyn, was accepting reservations for it’s grand opening, we jumped online and got a table. Modern Love is not to be missed and has brought serious competition to the New York City vegan restaurant scene.
While Drunken Spaghetti sounds like something you might eat cold, out of a storage container, standing over the kitchen sink after a night out, it is nothing like that all. In fact, we would be truly shocked if you had any leftovers of it at all. Drunken Spaghetti is simply spaghetti cooked in red wine.
This recipe for Braised Yuba was my first attempt at working with it and definitely won’t be my last.
Located on NE H Street, Fare Well is the new “veggie-centric comfort food” diner, bakery and bar brought created by the founder of DC’s famous Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats, Doron Petersan.
Vegan Bowl Attack is the new cookbook by the founder of Vegan Yack Attack, Jackie Sobon and it is fantastic!
We are thrilled that we can finally announce the title and theme of our first cookbook: NYC Vegan, Iconic Recipes for a Taste of The Big Apple.
This Asian Slaw is a great twist on traditional Cole Slaw. Serve it as a side dish with at a barbeque or add in some tofu for a light summertime meal.
CH-CH-CH-Chia! Just one ounce (roughly 2 tablespoons) of chia seeds hits your recommended daily allowance of a lot of important things, such as 17% of the RDA of calcium, 23% of the RDA of magnesium, 12% of the RDA of iron, 5 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber! Ethan’s been playing around with chia seeds and has come up with great ways of eating them.
Vegan caramel sauce while not easy to find in stores, is surprisingly easy to make. This sauce is great as a topping for ice cream, a dip for fruit or even spread on cookies. Add a label and tie a ribbon around the jars to make delicious, homemade gifts.