Tag vegetarian travel

Share a Heart-Healthy Chili Bar : It’s Great Superbowl Food

Superbowl food doesn’t have to be sooo unhealthy… Minneapolis has a case of Superbowl fever, as we count down to the big game. For my part, I will be appearing on “WCCO This Morning” on February 2nd, cooking to promote Wear Red day for the American Heart Association, while providing a tasty chili feast that you

Make An Easy Chimichurri and Chipotle Cauliflower Bowl for Balance in 2018

It’s almost the middle of January, the time that most New Years Resolutions fall by the wayside. If I might make a suggestion, let’s all drop any crazy juice fasts and extra hours of extreme cardio right now. What we really need now, and all year long, is balance. And soul satisfying bowls with herby,

Amy’s Kitchen Takes on Big Burger

When you live for, cook with, and write about plant based food, as I do, people remember it. When your friends see something vegetarian, if you are lucky, they think of you. That’s what happened when I visited sunny California in April. Yes, I visited some hot and exciting restaurants in LA, dining at Gjelina

Go Native at the Mitsitam Cafe

We hear a great deal about what humans “originally” ate, these days. Do you want to go back a few hundred, or a thousand, or ten thousand years? Do you really know what a hunter-gatherer would have eaten in your neighborhood? We do have a pretty good idea what was being foraged and cultivated in

Chasing Plenty in London, at The Ottolenghi Empire

Like many Americans, I was introduced to Yotam Ottolenghi by the rave reviews of his restaurants in London, which were so exciting that American magazines and newspapers splashed brilliantly colored photos of his food across their pages. Then he released his book, Ottolenghi, The Cookbook, coauthored by Sami Tamimi in 2008 , and he was

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