Kate Shaffer, co-owner of Maine-based Black Dinah Chocolatiers and author of Desserted: Recipes and Tales from an Island Chocolatier, clues us in on the No. 1 mistake in baking with chocolate and how to avoid it.
Are you dreaming of making your next vacation a veg-cation? From March 14th through the 21st, the Holistic Holiday at Sea will set sail in the Caribbean, featuring cooking classes; lectures by health experts; and creative vegan, vegetarian, macrobiotic, and gluten-free cuisine. In the meantime, you can get a taste of the culinary adventure from your own kitchen by trying this recipe from the Greens and Grains on the Deep Blue Sea Cookbook.
In the food magazine world, we talk a lot about “recipe development.” I like that “developing” is distinct from “inventing” or “creating.” Case in point: Some impromptu recipe tweaking when I wanted to make Cheddar cheese wafers, a Southern classic I adore but wanted to make a little fancier.
Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or have any dietary restriction under the sun, your eating preferences may influence who you wish to date and what you are willing to accept in a romantic partner. The most important qualities of successful relationships include mutual respect, understanding, support, and encouragement from our love interests, eating preferences included. Whether you are in a committed relationship or single and ready to mingle, here are a few essential tips all vegetarians should consider when navigating romantic relationships.