Vegan, Barbeque and More

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How to make fine dining 100% vegan on

At San Francisco's Millennium restaurant, chef Eric Tucker thinks outside of traditional tempeh and tofu ingredients. He has some suggestions for keeping vegan dishes fresh: Get a simple vegetarian cookbook, subscribe to Vegetarian Times and visit your local farmers market.
Why not eat vegan? Let us count the ways: It's boring, it's hard, it won't be filling, it'll be the end of fine dining forever ... and who can eat tofu every day?
Stop the whining and think beyond tempeh and tofu to delve into tasty vegan cuisine, courtesy of a San Francisco chef. ...
Full Story: ...
... Vegan venture; By Betty Shimabukuro

The Accidental Vegetarian on

Mention to a few friends that you are going vegan. You'll find out who your friends are pretty quickly, as I did for the month that I adhered to the strict rules of a vegan diet. I decided to cut out all animal products and go vegan for a month because I felt I couldn't cover the topic without having the experience. A month seemed like an appropriate amount of time, but I discovered it wasn't, especially if I would continue feeling as good as I did. ...
Full Story: Going vegan for a month; by Amanda Berne

Barbeque on

Benefit from the expertise of Steven Raichlen of 'The Barbecue! Bible'.
Each summer brings a wave of outdoor-cooking books to store shelves. Few become smash hits that warrant new editions. So it's no small feat that 10 years after its publication, an updated anniversary edition of Steven Raichlen's The Barbecue! Bible has been released. ...
Full Story: 5 new foods to try on the grill; By TINA DANZE

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~ The Kitchen Refuge - Comfort food - and now, comfort television; By DOROTHY RABINOWITZ, The Wall Street Journal

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