vegetarian cooking Guide

Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure Section


Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure Navigation


Cooking Guide Home Page
Tell A Friend about us
Vegetarian French Cooking |
Christinecookscom Vegetarian Cooking |
Madhur Jaffreys Worldoftheeast Vegetarian Cooking |
Vegetarian Cooking Schools In Italy |
Silk Road Cooking A Vegetarian Journey |
Fast Vegetarian Cooking |
Home Cooking Pasta Vegetarian |
Indian Vegetarian Cooking House |
Japanese Vegetarian Cooking |
Raw Foods Vegetarian Cooking School |
Thai Cooking Vegetarian |
Cooking Vegetarian Vegan |
Palak Baingan Aur Channa Vegetarian Cooking |
Vegetarian Cooking Schools Nyc |
Vegetarian Recipes Vegan Cooking |

List of vegetarian-cooking Articles

Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure Best seller

Buy it Now!

Best Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure Products

Vegetarian Cooking Made Easy.
A Step By Step Guide To A Vegetarian Lifestyle.

Quick Easy Chinese Vegetarian Cooking.
Easy, Healthy, And Delicious Chinese Vegetarian Cookbook Package. Complete Chinese Vegetarian Guide With 400 Pages.

Social bookmarking
You like it? Share it!
socialize it


Subscribe to our newsletter AND receive our exclusive Special Report on vegetarian-cooking
First Name:

Main Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure sponsors


Latest Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure link added


Submit your link on Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure!


Welcome to vegetarian cooking Guide


Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure Article

Thumbnail example. For a permanent link to this article, or to bookmark it for further reading, click here.

You may also listen to this article by using the following controls.

New England Vegetarian Cooking – An Eclectic Restaurant


New England vegetarian cooking finds itself a home in Claire’s Corner Copia in New Haven, Connecticut. Individuals can choose to come in and eat breakfast anytime. This New England Vegetarian cooking haven opens its doors from eight a.m. to nine p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from eight a.m. to ten p.m. Friday and Saturday. This enjoyable place to eat offers a variety of foods including soups, salads, quiches, sandwiches, pizzettes, veggie burgers, and Mexican entrees. Claire’s Corner Copia even offers the occasional fish dish for those individuals that are not strict vegans.

Individuals are encouraged to get up and find what they need in this New England Vegetarian Cooking restaurant. If an individual wants to add salt to his or her dishes, then they must get up and go find the salt. There are not salt shakers on the tables.

This New England vegetarian cooking restaurant grew since the mid 1970’s due to its close proximity to Yale University. The owners Frank and Claire Criscuolo have been open to changes due to the diverse nature of the university. They have been handicap accessible since its doors opened, as well as a Braille menu. They were certified kosher several years ago.

Claire’s business card identifies her as a culinary artist of vegetarian cuisine. She tries hard to live up to that title with her New England vegetarian cooking restaurant. Wonderful smelling baked goods are on display as individuals pass to order their meal cafeteria style from a black board. Individuals who get homesick for her cooking send for her most popular baked good the Lithuanian coffee cake.

For a taste of New England vegetarian cooking try one of these recipes featured in Claire’s Corner Copia.

Spring Salad, by Claire Criscuolo, RN
Serves 4-6
 1         Large bunch organic dandelion greens, about one pound, well washed
8-10   Thin chives
4-5     Young garlic shoots, snipped into ½ inch pieces, or garlic chives
2         Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
freshly squeezed lemon juice from about ½ lemon, about 2 tablespoons
sea salt and fresh pepper to taste
Look for smaller greens for this simple yet flavorful salad - they are more tender than the older, larger ones. Most bitter greens need a bit more salt for balance, so be prepared. Drizzle a little organic flax/lemon oil over your salad for a brightly flavored dose of your omega-3's.
Combine the dandelion greens, the chives, and the garlic shoots in a serving bowl. Using tongs or two wooden spoons, toss to combine. Drizzle the olive oil evenly over the greens, and toss to coat. Drizzle the lemon juice evenly over the greens, then drizzle the flax/lemon oil evenly over the top, sprinkle with  sea salt and pepper, and toss to combine.  Taste for seasonings.

Other Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure related Articles

New England Vegetarian Cooking
Chinese Vegetarian Cooking
Simple Vegetarian Cooking
Vegetarian Cooking For Meat Eater
Indian Vegetarian Cooking

Do you want to contribute to our site : submit your articles HERE


Great Vegetarian Cooking Pressure News

No relevant info was found on this topic.