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Savory Rolls {Dorot & 37 Cooks}

Have you heard of Dorot before? I’ve been using them for years. They are awesome little cubes of tasty goodness. So easy to use and perfect for a quick meal loaded with flavor. We over at 37 Cooks had the privilege of them being our latest sponsor. They sent us each a few coupons to…

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Kabocha Squash Soup

This past week as “lacto-ovo” week in my Vegetarian Cuisine lab. With that being said, the following recipe originally did not have either lactose or egg in it but I had to make a quick decision at the end to add a dollop of cinnamon sugar sour cream to the top before presenting it because…

Vegetarian Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

Last month I graduated with my degree in culinary arts from Johnson & Wales University and also started my bachelors degree in culinary nutrition with a concentration in clinical dietetics. This degree is more heavily focused in academics with a handful of culinary labs. The first one is Vegetarian Cuisine. At the beginning of the…

Asian Inspired Green Beans

When living in China a few years ago I feel even more in love with Chinese food (and Asian food in general).  I love the flavors, ingredients, smells and verity of cooking styles.  I had some of the best food I’ve ever tasted in Changping District.  Spicy cucumbers, Kung Pao Chicken, fresh made wonton soup…

Grilled Mini Portabella Burgers

Bryan’s sister is a vegetarian, and lately we’ve been talking about recipes and cooking together this summer, so I’ve been trying to think of some vegetarian recipes to try out and make together.  I honestly don’t know if I could ever be a vegetarian – I would miss chicken and fish way to much with…