Topic: vegetarian recipes

Little For Vegetarians In Daily Meal’s ‘101 Best Restaurants in America’ (But Plenty Of Sea Urchin)

Little For Vegetarians In Daily Meal's â101 Best Restaurants in America' (But Plenty Of Sea Urchin)

The editors at The Daily Meal have released their list of the “101 Best Restaurants in America” for 2013. The process of compiling the list starts with editor recommendations and ends with a panel of 174 food critics, cookbook writers, food bloggers and others in the food business. The end result is a pan-regional restaurant list with lots of interesting-sounding menus but surprisingly bland-looking decor and not a single restaurant that specializes in vegetarian food. More »

Afternoon Links: Meatless Monday Walnut Recipes

Afternoon Links: Meatless Monday Walnut Recipes

• Women work up some righteous outrage on Twitter over this year’s Super Bowl commercials (HuffPost Women)

Creeptastic mom Shirely MacLaine says she waited in the next room while her daughter lost her virginity (The Frisky)

• Rice pudding doesn’t have to be fattening — as you can see from this coconut-milk and brown rice pudding recipe (Greatist)

• Coffee and soup count toward your daily water-drinking quota (YouBeauty)

• 6 walnut-centric vegetarian recipes for Meatless Monday (Organic Authority)

Meatless Monday: 7 Healthy Pizza Recipes That Are All Vegetarian and Gluten-Free

Meatless Monday: 7 Healthy Pizza Recipes That Are All Vegetarian and Gluten-Free

Even when Super Bowl ads offend us, they’re annoyingly good at making us crave junk food. (I guess that’s why they spend the big bucks). Some are worth resisting entirely–that Oreo’s ad was funny, but please don’t go buy a pack of Double-Stufs–but some ad-inspired cravings are possible to quell by eating something relatively healthy. Case in point: pizza. Whether you’re eating vegetarian for Meatless Monday, going gluten-free, or even going grain-free for a paleo diet, it’s possible to find healthy pizza recipes that suits your needs–and is delicious. More »

Why Vegan NFL Players Could Help Make Football A Healthier Sport

Why Vegan NFL Players Could Help Make Football A Healthier Sport

Vegan football players aren’t getting the same press as NFL members heading up the sport’s link to brain damage and depression. And the health concerns that got them to ditch meat and dairy probably aren’t nearly as pressing. But the lifestyle changes they’ve made while staying in the game are strangely inspiring proof that if players can change something that’s such a big part of football “culture” without hurting their ability to play the game or be part of their teams, maybe there’s room for the other kinds of change that we need to see in football, too. More »