Winter Shepard’s Pie

Hello Friends! The March GRID magazine has hit the stands, and I encourage you to pick up a copy. I contributed a vegetarian shepard’s pie using in-season vegetables. Beautiful to look at, delicious to eat, and easily made vegan. If you’d like to make a faster recipe, skip the lentil crust – it’s just as delicious. I’m going to include the recipe below, but do … Continue reading Winter Shepard’s Pie

Dhalak Vegetarian Platter

I met up with my friend Monica the other night for dinner. We often to go Dhalak to drink on their back patio, but hadn’t eaten there in ages. After ordering their vegetarian platter (ignore all those beef tibs – they just combined our meals on one tray), I remembered why. While the food is perfectly satisfactory, they don’t have a single spicy dish featured … Continue reading Dhalak Vegetarian Platter

“My Own Private India Menu” from Veganomicon

Though I appreciate it when cookbooks include entire menu selections, I rarely use them as more that a jumping off point. Last weekend, partially inspired by some brussel sprouts I had purchased at the co-op, I decided to cook the entire — menu from Veganomicon. I substituted some leftover black rice for the called-for basmati, but I was otherwise true to the menu. The curried … Continue reading “My Own Private India Menu” from Veganomicon