High prices, raging drought, SNAP cut threats -- sometimes it's tempting to think the world is conspiring against us. There are a few indications, tho...
These came out nice and moist -- truly redolent of the southern classic.
The pink coil of the shrimp on top of shumai is utter foreplay to my mouth.
With the updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans due out later this year, Michele Simon has been working to ensure that the guidelines are based on science, not meat and sugar lobby pressure. She recently spoke with me about what the guidelines might ultimately say about meat consumption and what consumers can do to be part of the process.
Many restaurants and chefs have looked to broaden their reach by offering vegetarian and vegan tasting menus.
You've probably heard it all by now. Almondgate, the Devil Eats Marzipan, the 1.1 gallons of water it takes to grow an almond -- which is a lot, but a little misleading when it isn't put into perspective.
Meatless Monday was a great start, but it's time to flip the paradigm. Eat meat and other animal products only one day a week or better yet not at all.
Being vegan myself, I think it can only benefit others to at least ponder what life would be like on a diet filled with fewer animal products.
In a fast-food world where the burger reigns supreme and drive-thru menus tout vegetable sides inexplicably containing pork fat, options are, well, limited.
Here's a little secret that might surprise meat-eaters: Vegetarians like to eat more than just salads. We like a nice hearty sandwich as much as the next person. We like salty, cheap food, too. And we'd eat a lot more of that stuff if only fast food restaurants were willing to sell it to us.
A quick ragout of white beans, sweet cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs in a robustly flavored broth makes a satisfying vegetarian main course. Serve it with a green salad and garlic bread for sopping up the broth, and dinner is done!
Vegetables lend themselves to be accompanied by sauces just as animal proteins do.
Ready to make the commitment? To inspire you, I polled leading food and lifestyle influencers about their 2015 Healthy Monday resolutions. Here's what they had to say.
Going meatless may be an ethical choice, environmental, or maybe it's about wellness, "but it can also be delicious. I believe that," says Page. "Ultimately, it gets down to pleasure. And flavor."
We're a few days into the new year, the time we're most likely to resolve to make positive changes. So how's it going so far? Is that resolution to ea...
How do two people with such different diets share their lives?