Sesame-Flax Soda Bread – Recipe

Sesame-Flax Soda Bread

Now I know this title might sound like the worst hippie food I’ve ever posted, but hear me out – because you could be having fresh, delicious bread on your dinner table tonight with about 10 minutes of work.

I’m no whole-grain obsessive. In fact, I love white flour. Whole-grain breads have a coarser texture and …

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Porcini (Cèpes) Mushroom Crudo With Clementine Oil – Recipe

Porcini Crudo with Clementine Oil

Whenever I get my hands on a rare or expensive ingredient, I look for ways to feature it in a simple, pure form that shows off the natural beauty and flavor. These porcini are only available for a weeks a year, and cost a small fortune, at least here in the Seattle area. In Tuscany, …

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Rename this Blog (Your Help Needed!)

I’ve only been doing this blog for a month or so, and I’m not very happy with the name ("The Vegetarian Foodie"). I guess I just don’t like the word "foodie". So I’d like to take the opportunity to rename it while it is still young. I want the new name to reflect my passion …

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Black Rice Fritters with Chimichurri – a Hanukkah Friendly Entree Recipe

Black Rice Fritters with Chimichurri

It is traditional for Hanukkah to eat foods cooked in oil, but after a few days of killer latkes and bunuelos, I think we all feel the need to lighten things up a bit. These black rice fritters are pan fried, creating a crispy, satisfying chew, but without absorbing too much fat. The brightly flavored …

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Fried Artichokes with Orange-Olive Oil Emulsion – Recipe

Fried Artichokes with Orange Olive Oil Emulsion

The first time I had fried artichokes was at a little place in our neighborhood called Supreme; they went out of business shortly after we moved in, or I’d probably have the artichoke equivalent of a beer belly by now. Since then, I never pass up a chance to eat fried artichokes (including the classic …

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I’m Going To Work At ChefSteps. And Maybe You Should Too.

MichaelN

I know I’ve said here very publicly that the next thing I wanted to do was open a small restaurant. Well, sometimes incredibly cool opportunities happen when you least expect them. The chance to work with alumni of the Modernist Cuisine team? Hell yes. I’ll still be posting here at Herbivoracious, but probably a little …

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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes 2012

Crisp Polenta Cakes with Braised Cabbage and Beans

The $64,000 question for Thanksgiving with vegetarians is what to do about the main course. There are two schools of thought:

An entree is really important; a meal isn’t a meal unless there is something is in the middle of the plate.
Don’t worry about it. The turkey, after all, is only one of about two hundred …

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