by Ana X. CeronIn Japan, shojin ryori cuisine, the ancient vegetarian diet first followed by Buddhist monks, has been practiced by centuries. At chef Masato Nishihara's New York City restaurant Kajitsu, it's been dished out for a little more than a year. There are two important rules to cooking with produce, he explained to an audience at New York's Japan Society last night. Rule number one: Believe in the vegetable. Rule number two: Do not believe in the vegetable. Keep Reading »
Thanksgiving is a holiday for everyone, so vegetarians, vegans, and those on a gluten-free diet shouldn't be left out of the celebration. If you have any special diets to accommodate at your table this year, use these recipes to serve something that everyone can enjoy together.