You cast your vote and the tally is in! Look for the results (and the winning recipes!) of the 1st Annual Dining Out Delights Poll in the June 2008 issue of Vegetarian Times.
A perennial favorite on the most vegetarian-friendly city lists, Seattle is a great place to be veg. The beautiful northwestern city has an annual VegFest that gives attendees the opportunity to watch cooking demonstrations, nibble food samples, and celebrate vegetarianism with like-minded folks. Whether you're a local or just visiting, here are five don't-miss picks for dining out in Seattle.
Get to know the talented home cooks behind the delicious dishes featured in this year’s Reader Recipe Contest, “Best of Brunch.” The winning recipes are featured in the September issue of Vegetarian Times.
The traditional pairing of chocolate and romance on Valentine's Day is a perfect union, as the simply act of consuming chocolate evokes a multi-sensory, sensual experience: its intoxicating aroma, the way it melts slowly and softly on the tongue, its rich color, its heavenly flavor. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner—it’s time to decide which decadent, chocolaty indulgences to gift to your special someone or pick up to treat yourself to. But before your reach for that traditional heart-shaped box, you should know that not all chocolates are created equal, especially if you're shopping for a vegan valentine.
Of all the reasons we love Asian take-out—it’s fast, inexpensive and comes in cute containers—the biggest is flavor. But even if Thai, Indian or Chinese dishes aren’t currently in your repertoire, you can whip up some of your favorite Asian dishes in the time it takes to pick up take-out.
Calling all home cooks: VT has teamed up with Chef’d to make cooking and enjoying our chef-created, kitchen-tested, editor-approved recipes easier than ever. You choose the recipe, and Chef’d delivers the ingredients straight to your doorstep. To inspire you to get cooking, we're hosting a MEETUP FOR MEATLESS MONDAY GIVEAWAY! One lucky winner will receive a year's subscription to Vegetarian Times, plus two VT/Chef’d Boxes, plus two more VT/Chef'd Boxes to give to two friends. Each VT/Chef'd box contains ingredients for your choice of two meals, two servings each!
These days, whether I'm at a shopping mall or a grocery store, I can't seem to leave the house without hearing familiar Christmas jingles that play on in my head even as I write this blog. After all, it's the most wonderful time of the year! But did you know that it's also the most POM Wonderful time of the year? If you haven't noticed the crimson beauties at your local market, look out: pomegranates are in peak season and bursting with flavor. That's why I asked POM Wonderful to share a festive ho, ho, ho holiday drink recipe.
Meet Olive Turner, the cat in chief of Vegetarian Times. (Olive belongs to VT's editor in chief Elizabeth Turner). We think Olive is the cutest, but we're not allowed to enter our own contest. Do you have a cute cat? Submit your pics today for a chance to win a year's supply of cat litter plus a $300 gift card! Here's the link: http://catcontest.vegetariantimes.com/