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Cook the Book: ‘Every Grain of Rice’

Cook the Book: ‘Every Grain of Rice’

…se Cookbook, but two things set this book apart from the others: its streamlined recipes and absolute embrace of vegetables. In fact, if you take out the brief meat and chicken chapters and you’d have an almost entirely vegetarian book on your hands. The bulk of the book is devoted to leafy greens, eggplants, mushrooms, tofu, garlic, and beans, with slimmer sections on cold appetizers, noodles, rice, and dumplings as bookends. For those wh…

This Week in Eating Out

This Week in Eating Out

…t Pizza [Photograph: Yvonne Ruperti] Venice, CA: On Gjelina and the Rise of Cheffy Pizza Singapore Stories: Pizza Hut’s Fortune Pizza for Chinese New Year Reviews & First Looks [Photograph: Craig Cavallo] The Vegetarian Option: Look in the The Lobby for the Best Restaurant Week Special (Chicago) Steakcraft: Smith and Wollensky’s 32 Ounce Rib Steak (NYC) Date Night: Kuma Inn, Speakeasy Eats on the Lower East Side (NYC) Food…

We Spend Valentine’s Day at White Castle

We Spend Valentine’s Day at White Castle

From A Hamburger Today VIEW SLIDESHOW: We Spend Valentine’s Day at White Castle Welcome to Love Castle. Photographs: Caroline Forsythe] When work called my boyfriend out of town this Valentine’s Day, I decided to nip the moping in the bud and embrace my newfound freedom. What better way to shed all pretense of candlelight and chocolates than to make a reservation with one of my girlfriends at White Castle? Turns out I was…

The Vegan Experience: The Best Buffalo And Korean Fried Cauliflower

The Vegan Experience: The Best Buffalo And Korean Fried Cauliflower

…. But whoops! I went and forgot all about that when I spent several weeks tasting Korean fried chicken around the city and worked out my own recipe for the delectably crunchy wings. And now that my wife has decided to go 100% vegetarian for good, she’s had to resign herself to the sad truth: that tangy zip, punchy heat, and crispety crunch of the perfect buffalo wing would never again be hers. In an act of selfless valor befitting a husband…

DIY Tomato Powder/Paste

DIY Tomato Powder/Paste

[Photographs: Molly Sheridan] Admittedly, February is probably the least sensible time for a Mid-Atlantic resident to deal with tomatoes. Still, with pretty much everyone I know battling some form of cold/flu/sinus travesty and I myself popping cough drops and drinking mugs of broth for the past couple weeks, I started daydreaming about DIY instant soups free of questionable additives and shocking sodium content. Being a vegetarian, these thoug…

Fuchsia Dunlop’s Zhajiang Noodles (Zha Jiang Mian)

Fuchsia Dunlop’s Zhajiang Noodles (Zha Jiang Mian)

…aks: Dunlop offers a lot of choice in terms of vegetables. I used most of them, and found the end result a bit busy. Choose three or so from her list, and you’ll be plenty happy. Should you want to make the dish totally vegetarian, you could substitute finely chopped mushrooms for the pork. Stir-fry them until they’ve released their liquid and fully browned before continuing with the sauce. I found sweet fermented sauce in the Asian s…

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The Vegan Experience: I Like Breakfast Once Again

The Vegan Experience: I Like Breakfast Once Again

…snacking opportunities, which means that my meal plan has become largely normalized. I make myself (and sometimes Erin) lunch at the office or I’ll go out for a mid-day bite, I cook dinner at home for my (newly full-on vegetarian) wife and myself, I’ll indulge in the occasional late-night snack if I’m up working past 2 a.m. (which is most nights), and (!!!), I even eat breakfast these days. (Usually.) While brunch can be an exc…

Easy Spinach Dal (Dhal, Dhall)

Easy Spinach Dal (Dhal, Dhall)

The Hindi word dal is a catchall name for over 60 varieties of dried peas, beans, and lentils, as well as the name of the vegetarian dish they appear in. In this version, yellow split peas are simmered in water until completely broken down, and brightened up with lemon juice. Then, cumin seeds and turmeric are sizzled in butter along with garlic, ginger, and serrano chile to add color, heat, and texture to the dish. Add some chopped spinach to…

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