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Vegetarian Food and Cooking

  • Blogs

    April 14, 2014

    Where to Find Vegetarian Chicken and Waffles

    The Veggielante is on a mission to spread the word about places to order good, meatless grub. Check out this week's pick. Destination: Sweet Chick (164 Bedford Avenue; 347-725-4793) Neighborhood: Williamsburg, Brooklyn Cuisine: American cuisine with a Southern accent

  • Blogs

    October 1, 2013

    Khe-Yo's Soulayphet "Phet" Schwader: "Opening a Restaurant Is Challenging, but It's a Simple Formula. We Overthink Things."

    Soulayphet "Phet" Schwader may have grown up in the midwest--Wichita, Kansas, to be precise--but his upbringing centered on preserving traditions from Laos, his homeland. A Laotian community thrived in Wichita, he explains, and so in addition to traveling around the country with his Laotian soccer t ... More >>

  • Voice Choices

    January 30, 2013

    SWEET DREAMS

    Finally, a vegan bake-off

  • Voice Choices

    October 24, 2012

    DINING WITH MERMAIDS

    Word bookstore hosts a quartet of graphic novelists

  • Blogs

    February 1, 2012

    Vegetarians, Vegans, and Pescatarians Rejoice! You'll Find Lots to Eat at Family Recipe

    For this week's review, I headed to the Lower East Side to check out Family Recipe, a cute little spot run by Akiko Thurnauer that dishes up home-style Japanese fare. What makes this eatery worth a trip is that it offers a (relatively) large number of both vegan and vegetarian dishes, a rarity in ou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 19, 2011

    The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday

    Welcome to The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday, where we endeavor to remember the very best thing we stuffed down our gullets over the past 24 hours. Why? Because the only thing better than enjoying a meal is wallowing in the memory of one savored in the recent past. Today's fond reminiscences ... Laur ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 10, 2011

    Elevation Burger Escalates Onto West 14th Street

    ​The Elevation Burger is big and lush, but might remind you of Five Guys. So cheap to make, so easy to sell, hamburgers form a culinary motif of our economically downtrodden age. Stand-alone shops, bistros, and chains dispensing them have increased tenfold over the last five years in the city ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 5, 2011

    The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday

    Welcome to The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday, where we endeavor to remember the very best thing we stuffed down our gullets over the past 24 hours. Why? Because the only thing better than enjoying a meal is wallowing in the memory of one savored in the recent past. Today's fond reminiscences ... Laur ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 2, 2010

    The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday

    Welcome to The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday, where we endeavor to remember the very best thing we stuffed down our gullets over the past 24 hours. Why? Because the only thing better than enjoying a meal is wallowing in the memory of one savored in the recent past. Today's fond reminiscences ... Chan ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 30, 2010

    Where Can NYC Vegetarians and Non-Vegetarians Dine Together in Gastrointestinal Harmony?

    The Simpsons​What do you do when your friend is vegetarian but you love meat and hate earnest vegetarian restaurants? Can you recommend any non-vegetarian restaurants that have stand-out vegetarian options? The good news here is that the city's current fixation with all things farm-to-table m ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 27, 2010

    Veggie Tales: How the Pret-a-Manger Options Stack Up

    The onion knows its place in Arora Creations' Vegetable Korma. Photo by Victoria Bekiempis​Like their meaty relatives, vegetarian-friendly TV dinners and pre-made meals can be as tasteless as they are convenient. Often overloaded with salt and sameness, many are too mushy (and mysterious) to e ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 19, 2010

    Amanda Cohen Chats About Her New Menu, Diners Who Photograph Their Food, and the Demands of Lost Fandom

    Photo courtesy of Dirt CandyAmanda Cohen​ As the chef and owner of Dirt Candy, Amanda Cohen has over the past year and a half done more to promote the cause of vegetarian cooking than a slew of lascivious PETA commercials could ever hope to, simply by cooking vegetarian food that actually tast ... More >>

  • Art

    February 27, 2007

    Let There Be Lite

    Melt your winter heft with dosa, tea, and something nice 'n' stinky

  • NYC Life

    October 11, 2005

    Restrictive Diets Unite

    New York's vegan-Kosher connection

  • Specials

    May 24, 2005
  • Dining

    September 14, 2004

    Egg Lover's Paradise

    Exploring the mysterious dish chicken 65 on Curry Hill

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