230 posts by Michael Suchman

The Simply Vegan Cookbook is the latest accomplishment by Dustin Harder, aka The Vegan Roadie

If you are looking for great vegan burgers, look no further than Marty’s V Burger.

Latkes, the Yiddish word for potato pancakes, are traditionally eaten by Ashkenazic Jews on Hanukkah. You can find latkes at just about any Jewish deli in the city. Whether you accompany them with applesauce or vegan sour cream, be sure to serve them fresh out of the skillet as they really should be eaten immediately after frying.

Cheesecake is one of the most iconic New York City desserts. When coming up with recipes for NYC Vegan, we knew we had to have a New York style cheesecake.

Here is how a simple shopping trip led to the creation of a recipe. Our Loaded Crispy Rice Treats are a direct result of grocery shopping. While Ethan and I¬†were shopping at our local Whole Foods we saw a package of “Crispy Treats,” also known as Rice Krispie Treats, but without paying for using the name. Hoping that these might be vegan, Ethan¬†picked them up and checked the ingredient list. in light of the fact that the store carries Dandies and Sweet and Sara* marshmallows, it was not completely unreasonable to think that these could be vegan. Well, they aren’t. Check out the 3rd line. At least Whole Foods had the courtesy of letting us know that not only do these contain gelatin, but the gelatin comes from pig bones. Lovely. By this time however, the genie was out of the bottle and we were wanting crispy rice treats. We

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This recipe for Street Fair Corn from NYC Vegan was inspired by the numerous street fairs that happen around the City all summer long.

Our hearts of palm cakes are a delicious vegan version of the classic Maryland crab cake.

Our Kiwi Slushie is a light summertime beverage that is a cross between an daiquiri and a mojito. Leave out the rum for a kid-friendly beverage.

Our vegan version of the classic New York City Waldorf Salad is perfect for hot and steamy summer days.

Imagine all your favorite fried foods, but with less oil. That is now a reality thanks to JL Fields’ new book The Vegan Air Fryer.