Who doesn’t freakin’ love Pizza? Right? How about an awesome pizza for Meatless Monday? I’m a vegan so this one isn’t for me (with all that cheese), but I’m trying to be inclusive in promoting Meatless Monday so this one is for all of you!
I’m excited to introduce another wonderful guest chef, Mary Rose Roberts. I love the detail she gives on her blog, the breadth of green topics and how fantastic her food looks. Mary Rose has been a professional journalist for 15 years writing about green technology and communications, among other topics, for Penton Media–one of the largest business-to-business companies in the U.S. She also is the editor of a green news, product and lifestyle blog: Next-Gen Green. Follow her on twitter @NextGenGreen and if you still use Facebook she’s on there, too!
Here is the story and recipe for Mary Rose Robert’s Rice Crust Healthful Garden Pizza:Read more...(776 words, 4 images)
Welcome to our series of Meatless Monday guest chef recipes!
I’m excited to introduce chef Shana Robinson. Shana is a natural foods chef who lives and works in New York City and the surrounding boroughs. She attended the full time health supportive chef’s training program at the Natural Gourmet Institute after a twelve year career in the trenches of a digital media career. A braised short rib and bacon lover upon starting her culinary education, emerged from the curriculum at the end of 2009 hungry for and enamored by the creativity involved in cooking for a satiating plant based life style.
I hope you enjoy her ‘It’s Thyme for Israelis Cous Cous Salad’ recipe!
A friend and I hopped on a train from Grand Central for the for the just over one hour journey along the Hudson up to Beacon, New York. We made our way to the DIA:Beacon, which is a short walk from the train station. Throughout the ten minute journey, we gulped down the clean air like a cold beer on a hot day. Read more...(450 words, 1 image)
Ready for Plan B is kicking off a new series where we will feature guest chefs each Monday. The goal is to help our readers to find great recipes to have success with their Meatless Mondays (and beyond!). There are so many great vegan chefs and bloggers out there and I’ve been fortunate to link up with many through twitter and the blog. I am very grateful to them for helping me pull this off and we hope you find this series helpful!
The second recipe in the series comes from a blog that I am a fan of, Shelley Langenhorst’s milehighhealthy.com. Shelley is a great chef and her food looks incredible. I’m very grateful to have her involved in the series!
Without further adieu, Chef Shelley: Read more...(565 words, 2 images)