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Unique Holiday Gift Guide for the Gourmets and Food Lovers on Your List

December 2 2019 Meatless Monday 

Unique Holiday Gift Guide for the Gourmets and Food Lovers on Your ListThe holiday season is here, so the team at Meatless Monday has assembled a snazzy gourmet gift-guide that includes everything you need to make plant-based eating -- or any type of eating for that matter -- easier, healthier, and more tantalizing to the taste buds. Whether youve been naughty or nice, weve got something for everybody: A self-sustaining indoor herb garden for your apartment-bound offspring, a molecular gastronomy starter pack for your Chopped-obsessed sister-in-law, and, of course, a hazard-proof mandoline for mom. But no matter the tool, cooking gadget, or condiment, all of the gifts listed below will make someones Meatless Monday a whole lot more delicious. Indoor Smart Herb Garden Tell us if this sounds familiar: Your recipe calls for 2 tablespoons of fresh basil, but the quantities sold in the grocery store would last you a month. Thankfully your thoughtful friend purchased you this easy-to-use, self-sustaining smart herb garden. It works just like a capsule coffee machine: Insert the biodegradable smart-soil capsule, add water to the tank (good for up to 3 week), and plug it in! Bring on the basil. For the Indoor Smart Herb Garden, click here.   Hot Sauce Flavors from Around the World The ideal gift for any hot-sauce junkie, this set of hot sauce flavors from around the world will add some searing flavor to any plant-based meal. Add some BAM! to your seitan and experiment with some spicy sauces from Costa Rica, New Orleans, Argentina, and 27 other states and countries. For the Hot Sauce Flavors from Around the World, click here. Embossed Rolling Pin Theres nothing more comforting than the aroma of freshly baked cookies. Let your baked goods look as good as they smell with one of these ornately embossed rolling pins; theyll transform any sheet of cookie dough or pie crust into an edible art piece. For the Embossed Rolling Pins, click here.  Food Dehydrator A must-have for any individual looking to easily incorporate more plant-based foods into their diet, a food dehydrator can turn any fresh fruit or vegetable into the perfect plant-based snack. Use it to dry herbs or make your own fruit leather or mushroom jerky. For the Food Dehydrator, click here. Hazard-Proof Mandoline Slicer and Spiralizer Its sharp blade and high potential for kitchen mishaps has earned the mandoline a villainous reputation, but its still a very useful kitchen tool that can quickly transform any number of fruits and vegetables into perfectly bake-able, fry-able, salad-able slices. This hazard proof mandoline is foolproof, safe, and comes with its own handy spiralizer, perfect for turning oblong shaped vegetables into flowing strands of carb-free noodles. For the Hazard Proof Mandoline Slicer and Spiralizer, click here. Super-Cute Kids Cookware Introducing children to the magic of cooking is one of the most valuable lessons you can bestow upon them. An appreciation for gastronomy starts in the kitchen, and theres no easier way to get the young ones cooking than with a set of super-cute kids cookware, which features an adorable set of vegetable-themed spoons, measuring cups, and whisks. For the Super-Cute Kids Cookware, click here. Molecular Gastronomy Starter Pack  Bring out your inner Top Chef with this incredibly cool molecular gastronomy starter pack. Use food-friendly additives to create jells, powders, beads, and caviars that will have your guests marveling at your gastronomic chops. For the Molecular Gastronomy Starter Pack, click here.    Fermentation Kit (Jars Not Included) The list of health benefits associated with fermented vegetables (kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles) is lengthy, but these foods can be a little pricey when purchased from the supermarket. A fun and cost-effective way to bring more fermented foods into your diet is to make them yourself. This fermentation kit comes with all the tools you need to pickle, culture, and preserve all of your favorite veggies. For the Fermentation Kit, click here. DIY Mochi Kit Mochi is the dessert that melts in your mouth, not in your hands. Everyone -- and I mean everyone -- has fallen head-over-heels in love with this Japanese frozen dessert. This DIY mochi kit is perfect for plant-based food lovers because it allows you to swap in any one of your favorite non-dairy ice creams. For the DIY Mochi Kit, click here.   Foodie Baby Gear We know that your baby niece, cousin, or newborn couldnt be any cuter, but what if they were wearing a little dim-sum or tater-tot onesie? This collection of adorable baby gear comes complete with all the food puns that any food-loving parent could ever dream of. For the Foodie Baby Gear, click here. Tofu Press Water is the element that prevents your perfect cubes of tofu from absorbing flavor and crisping up in the sauté pan. So just say no to soggy tofu! Exorcise those dampening demons in 15 minutes with this EZ Tofu Press: Simply set the press on a dish to catch water, place tofu on press base, turn both knobs for resistance, and continue to tighten the knobs every few minutes until your desired texture is achieved. For the Tofu Press, click here.   Meatless Monday Family Cookbook The Meatless Monday Family Cookbook, by Jenn Sebestyen, emphasizes the limitless potential of plant-based cooking. The recipes are nutritious, easy-to-prepare, and mimic the look, taste, and texture of comfort-food favorites (youve got to check out the lentil Bolognese, butternut-squash mac and cheese, and meaty mushroom stew). Its an awesome gift for anyone looking to expand their repertoire of plant-based recipes. For the Meatless Monday Family Cookbook, click here.   For more Meatless Monday inspiration, tips, and recipes, click here The post Unique Holiday Gift Guide for the Gourmets and Food Lovers on Your List appeared first on Meatless Monday.

An Indonesian Dream In Gothenburg

August 16 2019 Happy Cow veggie blog 

Sweden is a good country to be vegan in, even though traditionally thoughts of meatballs and pickled herrings come to mind when thinking of the land of Vikings and IKEA. Gothenburg is situated on the west coast and is Sweden’s second biggest city. It is full of vegan and vegetarian restaurants ranging from brunch and fika (coffee and cake) to plant based gastronomy places. One of my favourite vegan restaurants in Gothenburg is Sayur and even though it has only been open a few months, the food is unbelievably good. The couple who own this plant based Indonesian warung (Indonesian for restaurant) used to have one in Bali and have come to Sweden to introduce great Indonesian food. They believe that eating plant based helps not only the planet but also gives you more energy and keeps you feeling young. They want to show how good plant based vegan food can taste and they truly succeed.   Sayur is situated in the trendy area of Linnegatan, down a quiet side street. The food is Indonesian-based and full of homemade tempeh and tofu with plenty of flavour. Sayur has a very simple three dish menu and all items are vegan. The […] The post An Indonesian Dream In Gothenburg appeared first on The Veggie Blog.

Restaurant Highlight: Buenos Aires Verde In Buenos Aires

July 23 2019 Happy Cow veggie blog 

When high-end gastronomy meets veganism, you end up with a mind-blowing restaurant! Buenos Aires Verde is the kind of establishment that every vegan dreams of having in his or her home town. Modern, creative, exceptionally delicious, the restaurant is a resounding success. Despite all its assets, Buenos Aires Verde stays humble, welcoming and affordable. When you enter the restaurant you are immediately facing a variety of vegan delicacies, raw deserts, homemade bread, and many more delicious ingredients that are dispatched on a beautiful forged iron counter. Most products are made in their kitchen or come from local artisans. Then you discover the second part of the restaurant–the dining room, where the magic happens. Cozy and elegant, you are invited to sit at a wooden table, delicately decorated with flowers and Chinese porcelain. Old tiles, brick walls and the predominance of wood creates a contemporary and sophisticated environment that invites you to relax and enjoy the experience. Now that the scenery is set up, lets talk about the reason you are reading this article–the food. But to properly describe the quality of their cuisine, we have to briefly introduce the genius who created it–the chef. Mauro Massisimino accumulated countless experiences in […] The post Restaurant Highlight: Buenos Aires Verde In Buenos Aires appeared first on The Veggie Blog.

Best Vegan Restaurants – San Antonio

September 23 2018 VegKitchen 

Best Vegan Restaurants – San Antonio In 2017, San Antonio was chosen as one of UNESCOs three Creative Cities of Gastronomy in the United States. According to UNESCO, this city has an extremely innovative and health-conscious food scene. San Antonians place a particular focus on urban agriculture, which is why many restaurants grow their own food. Its not surprising that the citys vegan and vegetarian restaurants are well-liked, but how do you find the best vegan eats in San Antonio? Eating Green in Mission City: 12 of the Best Vegan Restaurants in San Antonio, TX Here is a list that covers some of the best vegan restaurants San Antonio has to offer. If youre not sure where to dine out while visiting the Alamo, this selection might give you some ideas. Even native San Antonians might discover a new eatery or café. 1. Earth Burger Lets start the lineup with a veggie burger stand. Earth Burger has a location on Northwest Loop and another on Nacogdoches Road. Their roasted quinoa-lentil burger is particularly popular, and its served with traditional garnishes, such as pickles. You can also opt for the fishless fillet or the spicy vegan chicken sandwich. In addition to fries, you can order apple slices, […] The post Best Vegan Restaurants – San Antonio appeared first on VegKitchen.

Meatless Monday Celebrates 2017 C-CAP Scholarship Winners

April 10 2017 Meatless Monday 

Meatless Monday Celebrates 2017 C-CAP Scholarship Winners   The Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) provides a full menu of support for disadvantaged youth. This worthy non-profit organization is dedicated to transforming lives through the culinary arts and preparing young people for college and careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Meatless Monday is proud to support C-CAP by sponsoring an annual recipe contest that awards student scholarships. This years theme Oodles of Noodles drew submissions from around the country and weve included the winning recipes below! Were excited to team up with C-CAP for our annual recipe contest, said Sid Lerner, founder of the Meatless Monday movement, This year, we challenged C-CAP students to convert traditional noodle recipes into meatless versions. And the winning recipes are stellar. Before we announce this years winners, wed like to say thanks to a great panel of judges for donating their time and talents: New York-based Chef Maria Loi, the global ambassador of Greek gastronomy; Chef Mathew Kenney, renowned as pioneer in raw, plant-based cuisine; Chef Jet Tila, Royal Thai culinary ambassador; and Diana Rice, RD, and consulting recipe editor for Meatless Monday. The Meatless Monday C-CAP Oodles of Noodles recipe winners are:  Grand Prize $5,000 Scholarship Andrian Gonzalez, 12th Grade Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, CA Three Sisters Stuffed Squash dish:   Regional $2,000 Scholarships Austin Neanover, 12th Grade Glendale High School, AZ Spicy Spaghetti with Roasted Vegetables Azary Madrigal, 12th Grade Curie Metropolitan High School, Chicago, IL Avocado Pasta Devyn Shannon, 12th Grade Charles Herbert Flowers High School, Washington, DC Spicy Coconut Penne Cashé Clark, 12th Grade Virginia Beach Technical and Career Center, Hampton Roads, VA Rainbow Pad Thai Brayden Boscio, 12th Grade Harry S. Truman High School, New York, NY Goat Cheese Gnocchi with Tomato Mushroom Ragu and Wilted Spinach Lauren Moore, 11th Grade A.Phillip Randolph Career Academy, Philadelphia, PA Curry Primavera   Each year, C-CAP holds a benefit event that brings together New Yorks best chefs to serve a grand tasting of their signature dishes. Like a little taste of this years gala? Then watch our 2017 C-CAP highlights video. The post Meatless Monday Celebrates 2017 C-CAP Scholarship Winners appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Meatless Monday Challenges High School Chefs to “Go With Grains” for C-CAP Recipe Contest

December 4 2017 Meatless Monday 

Meatless Monday Challenges High School Chefs to “Go With Grains” for C-CAP Recipe ContestMeatless Monday continues to help aspiring young chefs get their shot at success! The Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) has announced this years recipe contest to give high school students a chance to win a scholarship and develop their talents as budding chefs. Courtesy C-CAP The Go With Grains Meatless Monday recipe contest will challenge student chefs to develop a meat-free recipe that puts the spotlight on different kinds of grains. The panel of celebrity judges will choose the winner based on originality, flavor, healthfulness, ease of preparation, and writing ability. While learning important culinary skills with the help of their teachers, juniors and seniors in underserved communities will also learn about the environmental impact of plant-based cooking. Chef Marcus Samuelsson, a C-CAP board co-chair, will be one of the judges on the star-studded panel. Were thrilled to announce the stellar line-up of chefs on the panel that will judge this years recipe contest. Through this annual contest, culinary students receive guidance from their teachers on recipe writing and development and are able to showcase their talent of creating meatless recipes. The other judges include Rich Landau, a pioneer of modern plant-based cooking and the chef/­­co-owner of Philadelphias Vedge; Maria Loi, executive chef of Loi Estiatorio in New York City and a global ambassador of Greek gastronomy; Brother Luck, a C-CAP alumnus and the chef/­­co-owner of Four by Brother Luck in Colorado Springs; and Nicole Langone Scarangello, another C-CAP alumnus who is the director of menu management for the New York City Department of Education School Food. C-CAP is a national organization that focuses on bringing culinary education and training opportunities to students in underserved communities. Along with Meatless Monday, C-CAP helps young chefs learn about smart ways to cook that will not only guide their careers but encourage a new wave of responsible, sustainable cooking to the culinary industry. One national grand prize winner will receive a scholarship of $5,000 and six regional winners will win $2,000 scholarships. Winners are expected to be announced in the spring of 2018. Meatless Monday wishes all the participants good luck! The post Meatless Monday Challenges High School Chefs to “Go With Grains” for C-CAP Recipe Contest appeared first on Meatless Monday.


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