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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Kajitsu Reborn and Revisited

Kajitsu Reborn and Revisited

Contributed by Hannah Kaminsky There's something different about Kajitsu, and it's not just the seasonal menu, refreshed every month to highlight fresh produce at its peak. The entire restaurant itself has picked up and moved uptown to a new space in Midtown, large enough to accommodate two separate dining...



Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Table Verte,Vegetarian French Bistro & Carrot Salad

Table Verte,Vegetarian French Bistro & Carrot Salad

If you’re staying local this summer but dreaming of Paris, head to Table Verte on 7th Street in the East Village, NYC, for a taste of traditional bistro fare. Well, maybe not so traditional since Table Verte is vegetarian. And as far as I can see, it is the only French vegetarian restaurant in NYC. That al...



Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Naturally Delicious at the Lime plus Quinoa Stuffed ‘Shrooms

Naturally Delicious at the Lime plus Quinoa Stuffed ‘Shrooms

By Camillo Ferrari The vibe at the Lime restaurant in Norwalk, CT is a throwback to the late 70's. Square sheets of glass protect faded, striped umber and orange tablecloths and customers' business cards are wedged between cloth and glass. A smattering of haphazardly framed photos of early 1980's T.V. icon...



Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Gobo Inspires with Vegetarian Goodness & Crispy PB Tofu

Gobo Inspires with Vegetarian Goodness & Crispy PB Tofu

I appreciate the calm each time I tuck into Gobo, a vegetarian retreat with convenient locations in the West Village and  UES, NYC. The mostly blond and spacious interior is simply appointed with undressed wooden tables and comfortable cushioned seating. Plenty of space between tables encourages good convers...



Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Quinoa Filled Squash Boats for Passover

Quinoa Filled Squash Boats for Passover

As we wind our way through Passover week, it's great fun to experiment with ingredients that fit the bill as perfectly as quinoa does. This vegetarian dish brings bright colors and textures together for this elegant side dish or entree. 11910...



Thursday, February 14, 2013

Nicholas Roberts: Mindfully Organic and Local (chili, too!)

Nicholas Roberts: Mindfully Organic and Local (chili, too!)

I arrived early for lunch at Nicholas Roberts Gourmet Bistro on another dreary February day, looking forward to warming up with veggie centric, creative eats. Self described as “mindfully organic and local”, it is just my kind of place and I'm never disappointed. 11928...



Thursday, January 31, 2013

Beyond Sushi, Rolling Outside of the Box plus Miso/Cabbage Slaw

Beyond Sushi, Rolling Outside of the Box plus Miso/Cabbage Slaw

I arrived so early for lunch at Beyond Sushi, the shoebox of a vegan sushi spot just off Union Square in NYC, that it was almost a late breakfast for me. With only three tables and a rockin' take-out business,  I wanted to be sure to nab a seat and settle in to feast on the creations that are all fair game ...



Thursday, November 15, 2012

Launch Your Thanksgiving Feast with Pumpkin Bisque

Launch Your Thanksgiving Feast with Pumpkin Bisque

With Thanksgiving one week away, there is still plenty of time to deliberate over the menu.  One thing is for sure, though, and that is that I'll be serving soup as a warming and tantalizing opener at our Autumnal Feast. 11956...



Thursday, September 6, 2012

Roll Your Own Fish Free Sushi

Roll Your Own Fish Free Sushi

When eating sushi, NEVER pass food to someone using your chopsticks. That act parallels passing cremated bones of a deceased relative at a Japanese funeral. Instead, pass the plate, allowing the sushi to be plucked from it. Good to know. I learned so much in the “Roll Your Own” vegetarian sushi mak...



Thursday, August 30, 2012

Labor Day Reflections & Veggie Gratin

Labor Day Reflections & Veggie Gratin

Labor Day’s signal is loud and clear. Like Pavlov’s dogs, we respond to the first Monday in September with a wave of sadness as the date proclaims that summer is over. Not so fast! I’ll take this Labor Day to give thanks to those who advocate for fair wages, better working conditions, and fair tra...