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In Texas, we revere our pitmasters — those smoke-covered souls who tend meat cooking low and slow. Here are 6 opportunities to learn from some of the best.
The American Farm Bureau Federation recently announced that you can throw a July 4th picnic for less than $6 per person. Not withstanding the food justice problem (the foods on the list are of the lowest quality), I’m thinking this isn’t a very healthy picnic that we are having. The American Farm Bureau Federation (the same […]
This recipe from the blog Eating Appalachia is a great one for cookouts, and is gourmet enough for the 4th of July foodie in you. (Because who doesn’t love an excuse to use rhubarb?) Additionally, this recipe doesn’t rely on fake meats, which are great in their own right, but it’s always nice to see someone get creative with unique ingredients!
The biggest party of the summer is coming up so it’s time to gather your shopping lists and get cookin’! Whether you’re partying with famaily and friends or packin’ a picnic to watch fireworks this July 4th, tasty treats are a necessity. Check out this menu of recipes and go party like it’s 1776!!
We must have grilling on our minds this week! Just yesterday, Laura Phillips shared some great BBQ ideas for vegans, and today we’ve got a tasty recipe for BBQ curried tofu from Michelle Leeper! This recipe calls for pan-frying, but these tasty tofu cubes would be lovely on skewers, too.
There’s no reason to overlook the delights of cooking outside if you’re a vegetarian or vegan, and there’s certainly no reason to stick to tried-and-tested vegetarian burgers and sausages, either.
Here are two more vegetarian or vegan dishes and a drink you can bring to a barbecue to go with the homemade vegan black bean burgers and herbal butter we wrote about yesterday. [social_buttons] Especially if you are an apple or mushroom lover, these dishes might strike your fancy.
Enjoy these delicious homemade black bean burgers and herbal butter at your next barbecue (or at home). [social_buttons] The sun is coming out, the birds are chirping and the pollen is irritating my throat, nose and eyes more than ever before. It is Spring! If you want to get outside and go for a picnic […]
In the wake of the Michigan Meatout Day fallout, it seemed like an appropriate time to share a little Meatless Monday love! The weather here is just about perfect for pulling out the grill, so we’ve rounded up a nice batch of tasty grill recipes for you!
Eating fewer animal products is a great way to improve your health, along with the health of the planet. If you’re not yet ready to give up meat altogether, try having a couple of vegetarian days a week. You’ll soon discover the joys of meatless dining, and learn to appreciate the flavors and variety of […]
Hard to believe with this balmy weather we’ve been experiencing out here in the Midwest, but really, truly, Thanksgiving is around the corner. But even though there’s a chill somewhere heading our way, don’t pack up the grill. Break out of the traditional root vegetable recipe box and break out the grill one last time this season […]
While any red-blooded foodie enjoys a veggie burger now and again, it can get tiresome to keep chowing down on the same prepackaged bulgar patty as meat-eaters feast on a vast array of grilled options from shrimp skewers to pulled pork, salmon sides and steaks. What is the vegetarian-minded BBQer to do amidst the seemingly […]