Douglas McNish, head chef of Toronto’s Raw Aura organic and raw restaurant is back to share one of his original raw, vegan recipes. (Actually, this week he’s giving us two versions of chili: One cooked, one raw.) Watch for more of his recipes, published twice a month on Blisstree.
Doug says: This is a delicious dish on a cold winter’s night (including Super Bowl Sunday). It’s high in iron and protein, and the recipe can be doubled to make some extra to have on hand. It goes very well with my recipe for cashew sour cream. It’s enough for a family dinner, or good to have to snack on throughout the week. More
Yes, we realize that today is Monday, and that Super Bowl XLV is on Sunday (Steelers vs. Packers). Which is why in this week’s edition of Meatless Monday, we’re giving you a 20-yard head start on all your Super Bowl party recipes, whether you’re hosting or simply attending. (If the latter, here’s some advice: Don’t show up empty-handed — you may get tackled.) These meat-free winter party recipes keep things on the light side, so you have more room to fill up on beer during the halftime show. (And vegetarians should not have to live without nachos.) Of course, you may want to practice one or more of these recipes today, well before the big game; or you may not know a field goal from a fumble, and may want to whip up these dishes for Meatless Monday or any other day of the week when there’s no major sporting event on TV. Regardless, here’s our gallery of ten vegetarian recipes for your Super Bowl Sunday party. Each one’s a TD (touchdown). More
On average, 100 million people tune into the Super Bowl every year. Last year, it was estimated that 153.1 million viewers caught a portion of the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts battle for the Vince Lombardi Trophy (even if it was just to watch the halftime show). This year, fans will watch the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Green Bay Packers in Arlington, Texas on Sunday, February 6th. With so much pomp and circumstance (and profit) built around one game, it’s nearly impossible to avoid the hype and excitement. But whether or not you’re a football fan, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday that don’t involve actually watching men in tight pants tossing around a pigskin: More
Super Bowl Sunday is coming up, and while some of us at Blisstree are hardly aware that it’s football season, we’re definitely looking forward to all the party food that comes with the season finale. (Is that what you call it in sports? tee-hee.) We’re planning to indulge, but there is a lot of bad, over-processed party food out there that we don’t think belongs on the table. We’ll have more recipes and tips for your Super Bowl party in the next two weeks, but for all of you early-bird shoppers, we put together a gallery of all the snacks not to serve to your guests. More
When you’re planning Super Bowl party food you have to think hearty, spicy, and easy to eat. Your party guests will have one eye on the TV, and one arm up in the air cheering on their favorite team. Try … More