Tagged with Flexitarian

ChefSpeak: Yotam Ottolenghi

ChefSpeak: Yotam Ottolenghi

Called the philosopher chef by The New Yorker, Yotam Ottolenghi needs little or no introduction. His recipes are clean, crisp and simple to put together. Just a read through of his books would make anyones mouth water and even the laziest cook would jump up and head straight to the kitchen. Inspiring, truly! He has … Continue reading

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French Cuisine Sans Meat!!

French Cuisine Sans Meat!!

Really!!! The Telegraph reports that Chef Alain Ducasse, one who has several Michelin stars to his name, has decided to keep meat out of his menu. France may be the land of steak frites and boeuf bourgignon, but the Gallic superchef with myriad Michelin stars to his name has decided to keep “viande” out of … Continue reading

Barbecue Like A Vegetarian, Will Ya?!

Barbecue Like A Vegetarian, Will Ya?!

Barbecues Are For Everyone! Photo Credit: freedesignlife.com Even 10 years ago, I would feel embarrassed to go to a barbecue and say that I am a vegetarian. I used to cringe to say this to the host. Not only would I feel uncomfortable, so would the hosts, because they did not know what to serve me, besides … Continue reading

The Flexi-vegan

The Flexi-vegan

So for my vegan friends, when you find a  great vegetarian recipe like some of those listed on this blog (wink wink) where would you go to find some quick and easy to find vegan substitutes. Many of them are probably even sitting on your pantry shelf. It’s easier than you think to find vegan … Continue reading

Indian Chefs Serving Flexitarians For WSJ

Indian-Origin Chefs Serving U.S. ‘Flexitarians’ By Visi R. Tilak Drawing upon the many options available in Indian cuisine, chefs in the U.S. are serving vegetarian fare in a country where 5% of the population, according to a 2012 Gallup poll, doesn’t eat meat. There’s also demand from the “flexitarian” market, or people who are mostly … Continue reading