Until recently announcing you didn't eat meat was met with the same level of suspicion usually reserved exclusively for Jehovah's Witnesses and members of the Flat Earth Society. That's all changed now. Plant-based cooking has gone mainstream and even committed carnivores frequently go meat-free, with many adopting an aptly named 'flexitarian' lifestyle. Dishes like this overwhelmingly delicious Sweet & Sticky Teriyaki Mushroom Stir Fry make it easy to understand the appeal.
Yom Ha'atzmaut officially marks the launch of BBQ season, lighter meals, and outdoor entertaining. Tossing meat, chicken, fish and even vegetable kebabs onto the grill covers the bulk of the meal, but it's the side dishes that set your BBQ efforts apart. Enter the creatively named 'Cowboy Caviar' which is the perfect BBQ companion. Amazingly quick to make - many of the ingredients are canned and the dressing is simply whisked together by hand - it stretches to feed a crowd an
Post-Pesach, and everyone is weighing up the damage, and talking about 'get set for summer' diets.
Now, thanks to this simply delicious Lemon & Pepper Chicken recipe, you can have your (cake) schnitzel and eat it without worrying about the consequences.
Sure to appeal to all and not only the figure-conscious, nothing perks up plain poultry faster than this refreshing combination, and you most likely have all the ingredients needed at hand.
Preparation time is minimal,
Leave your preconceptions at the kitchen door. A cheesy, cauliflower-based pizza may sound like something served only by hippies and eat-your-greens first time mothers, but the result is surprisingly delicious, as low-carb eaters the world over will attest. Naturally gluten free, with none of the nasty side effects of matzah based dishes, diners would never guess that this family-friendly pizza contains cauliflower, which you'll wisely forget to mention. It's amazingly quick