By Allison Burch, January 8, 2015
Slow roasting tofu makes it delightfully rich and gives it a firm but tender texture. Combine tofu, balsamic vinegar, Dijon mustard and herbs and bake in this simple recipe for Oven-Roasted Tofu. Serve hot or warm with your favorite dipping sauce, or cool and add to salads and sandwiches.
By Megan Myers, October 31, 2014
Navigating special diets – whether it’s gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, food allergies, or something else – can be a difficult task, especially when it comes to Thanksgiving and other holiday celebrations centered on food. Follow a few simple tips your party be holly and jolly for everyone.
By Paige Brady, June 12, 2014
I never wanted my daughter’s wheat sensitivity to keep her from experiencing all the joys and trials of summer camp. From packing the right snacks to getting chummy with the resident mess hall cook, here are some tips and tricks from a mom who’s hiked the path.
By Megan Myers, April 25, 2014
When I host a brunch, I like to serve dishes that will please everyone in the crowd. It doesn’t make sense to do double the cooking when there are so many delicious gluten free, vegetarian options!
By Megan Myers, March 7, 2014
You might only consider salad when trying to round out a meat-based dinner, but salads can shine as the main dish. By switching up the ingredients from fruits to herbs to beans, you can create an entirely new flavor combination that keeps your salads exciting.
By Gin Tolany, January 31, 2014
Gin Tolany creates a heart-themed and vegan Valentine’s Day dinner menu that her whole family can enjoy.
By Allison Burch, January 28, 2014
Engine 2 is a plan of action for following — and sticking to — a plant-strong® lifestyle, created by former firefighter, Rip Esselstyn.
By Kate Rowe, January 17, 2014
Whether you're a long-time vegetarian or just eat meatless on Mondays, you'll find these no-meat recipes totally satisfying.
By Molly Siegler, October 15, 2013
Slow cookers, stews, one-pot meals – these are the foundation of easy, satisfying weeknight meals. I love throwing a bunch of yummy ingredients together and having a satisfying dinner. My favorite vegetarian and vegan one-pot dishes are filled with greens, beans and grains, and I often use frozen grains and veggies and canned beans to simplify preparation even further.
These 8 recipes will get you to dinnertime with plenty of leftovers for a week of envy-inducing lunches.
By Mary Olivar, October 1, 2013
Hearty fall veggies are perfect for keeping on hand for nutrient-dense meals. Healthy eating guru Mary shares her favorites to have around so her family can enjoy autumn’s harvest any day.