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When the Kitchen Gets Hot, Reach for Magic Mayo

Yay! Leftovers! Episode 4

Easy Meals for Long Weekends and Hot Days

3 vegetable-driven recipes for potlucks, grill-outs, and chillin’

What Comes Next in Our Meatless Burger Project

Welcome back to Burgerville: We’re building on your ideas

Seitan Is So Much Better When You Make It Yourself

It’s easy, too

Five Tricks for Building Better Bowls

Yay Leftovers! Episode 3

This Cassoulet Can Be Seasoned With Meat – or Not

Either way, beans are the star of budget recipe #9

You Don't Have To Be a Vegan, but You Should Know How to Think Like One

Three flexible recipes for the conscious eater

Have Leftover Pasta? Roast It!

Yay! Leftovers! episode 2

Savory Tofu Sundae? Don't Laugh: It's Amazing

There’s also skillet cannelloni and lemongrass burgers for this week’s dinner

Yay! Leftovers!

It’s time to get excited about recycling food: not the produce peels and scraps that go to the compost pile, but all the odds and ends from bygone meals that never make it to the kitchen bin. It’s food too good to call leftovers, though that’s what they are. Here, we divide them into seven categories.


3 Words: Clean Your Fridge

Instead of nuking last night’s pasta, we often reserve Fridays for “Cold Plate,” a fancy-ish presentation of whatever bounty I’ve socked away all week. (PS: It’s also an excellent way to repurpose bits and pieces to avoid waste and clean out the fridge for weekend restocking and kitchen projects.)


Behind The Scenes at My Cookbook Photo Shoots

Soy-Simmered Tofu Dumplings with Zucchini and Tomatoes

Corn and Farro Salad with Tomatoes, Feta, and Mint

Homemade Red Lentil Seitan

Homemade Red Lentil Seitan

You won’t believe how easy it is to make at home; the dough comes together almost instantly and is so astonishingly fun to work. And you’ll have control over additions and flavorings, which is important for anyone who has tried it and remains non-plussed.

The Bittman Burger: Baseline Recipe

Vegetable Fajita Salad

Imagine a room temperature salad based on fajita components, minus the meat. (Or if you want that, just see the second variation.) For a fancier presentation, you can plate the components separately on a large platter and let everyone serve and toss their own. Serve with warmed corn or flour tortillas or chips.

Cassoulet With Lots Of Vegetables