Chop, toss, roast and eat these potatoes! Simple and casual, it’s literally that easy. I’ll be the first one to admit that fries are a go-to item whenever we’re out getting our groove on.
BARBECUE. Just hearing the word makes me think of big skies, backyards and horseshoes. Grills blazing, smoke bellowing, beer drinking, lazy days with family and friends. In the mountains, on the coast, no matter what regional style BBQ, the common thread is good grub and bringing people together.
If you haven’t noticed yet (you soon will), we’re crazy about mushrooms and the capabilities that lie within the magic those fungi possess. Today we’re talking about Maitake mushrooms. They’re available at specialty retailers like Whole Foods or some farmers markets and online for sure. When you’re purchasing Maitakes, look for ones in full cluster form—the bigger the better—shoot to aim for the size about the size of a chicken breast. The ones you an get online or even at Asian markets come in a cello pack and can be cut in half to make two breasts.
Ever wonder what to do with those long purple eggplants you see at the store or farmers market? First we tried juggling but that didn’t work so we put them to the heat of the moment and under the knife and here’s what we came up with.
Print Prep Time: 15 Total Time: 15 Yield: 2 sandwiches 1x Scale 1x2x3x Ingredients vegan butter, room temp 1/4 C almond butter 4 pieces of whole grain bread 1/2 C fresh berries of your choice A few mint leaves, torn to shreds 2 T maple syrup or coconut nectar Instructions Spread a small amount of butter on…
Whole Foods Market is a ninja chef’s toy box and hands down supports the highest standards of quality products from berries to nuts, to seasonal vegetables and of course their amazing beer selection doesn’t suck. Not to mention they offer the largest selection of vegan and plant-pushing partner type products on the market!
Shake it baby! Once you try this easy method for making truffle popcorn, you’ll never go back to that pre-made bagged crap.
Who doesn’t love shiitake bacon?! We’re into it!
Eggs, schmeggs. As plant-pushers, we don’t need them. But as chefs and brothers (and secretly, ninjas) we know how to recreate dishes that call for them. And we’re going to share one of those dishes with you here!
Welcome to Part Four of our Classic Fast Food Redo party we’ve got going on. If you are new to the party, be sure to check out Part One, Part Two and Part Three too!