Topic: Vegetarian

FRESNO — This recipe is from the late Dr. Harold H. “Buzz” Baxter’s essential international food and history website, The Gutsy Gourmet. Dr. Baxter’s website is dedicated to his beloved[...]

“Palestinian culture revolves around food, from day to day life to weddings and celebrations, food comes into every aspect. It’s about spending time with one’s family and friends and making[...]

Baingan Bharta/Roasted Eggplant Curry is a delicious and smoky North Indian variation of the Mediterranean baba ganoush. This simple dish has unique smoky flavors that come from grilling the eggplant[...]

This Armenian Eggplant and Carrot Salad combines simple ingredients to create a supremely satisfying salad. Perfect for everything from a light spring lunch to an autumn potluck. Renee, the creative[...]

“At Inspired Taste, we love roasted cauliflower as shown by our cheesy roasted cauliflower, the buffalo version, our favorite soup, and this roasted cauliflower with chili and lime. As much[...]

Vegetarian Times is an American publication focused on food, culture, health and lifestyle for vegetarians, vegans, and all people interested in plant-based eating. Searching for plant-based recipes made with whole,[...]

A “meaty” vegan salad that can be a delicious part of a larger spread or a satisfying one-dish meal. “The Mediterranean diet, a meal plan that emphasizes fresh produce, whole[...]

In 1986, Chef Kamal Al‑Faqih made his debut as the owner and head chef of Med Catering, Inc., the first exclusively Mediterranean catering company in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.[...]

BEIRUT — Joumana Accad, creator of the celebrated food blog, is a native Lebanese, a trained pastry chef and a professional caterer. In her debut cookbook, Taste of Beirut,[...]

This stress-free Baked Pita Chips with Za’atar recipe appears at The Salt and Sweet Kitchen food blog. The Salt and Sweet Kitchen is an outstanding online resource for the best[...]