Linda Schneider


Articles by Linda Schneider

Sushi Simplicity for the Summer

Our version of the Sushi Burrito (or Sushirrito) is a healthy dose of oversized, customizable and portable happiness.

Sushi burrito or sushirrito is apparently “a thing.” I generally don’t like things that are trendy or “all the rage,” sometimes for good reason, but usually just because I like to buck the trends and go against the masses. But this particular fad caught my attention for a couple of reasons. First off, I love […]

3 Gluten-Free, Korean BBQ Sauce and Rub Recipes Just in Time for the 4th of July

Don't miss out on all of the good food at your next barbecue. Elevate and enjoy your cooking with Chef Kim’s bold and flavorful recipes.

Korean-American, Chicago-based chef Bill Kim, of restaurants Urbanbelly, Belly Shack, and bellyQ, introduces us to his modern take on Korean grilling in his new book, Korean BBQ. According to Chef Kim, his sauces and rubs are designed to be made in advance to make your cooking easier, more relaxed, and fun, which is what Korean BBQ […]

Dosa: Recipes for India’s Favorite Street Food

For a taste of India by way of Brattleboro, Vermont, try this recipe for Coconut and Tomato Shrimp Fry Dosa. (Did we mention that dosa are gluten- and dairy-free?)

Nash Patel, originally from the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, and Leda Scheintaub, a New York City-based food writer, are the proprietors behind the little blue trailer and book, Dosa Kitchen. They met at a South Indian restaurant in Manhattan where Nash was waiting tables and Leda was dining. Conversation and culinary sparks ignited. They […]

Mastering the Art of Barbecue

If you are looking for a guide to classic American grilling, look no further than Michael Symon’s Playing with Fire. Walk through the basics with his simple recipe for Grilled Corn and Tomato Salad.

Chef Michael Symon has put multiple cities such as Cleveland and Detroit squarely on the culinary map with his restaurants Lola Bistro, Angeline, Roast, Bar Symon, and B Spot Burgers. His latest restaurant, Mabel’s BBQ, stemmed from a lifelong obsession with live-fire cooking. In preparing for his BBQ restaurant, Symon traveled across the country, from […]

Why You Should be Foraging for New Ingredients

Learn how Johnna Holmgren's deep appreciation for nature brought sustainable, spontaneous cooking to her table. Plus, add a dose of natural nutrients to your mornings with her reishi mushroom latte recipe.

I vividly recall a foraging trip that I went on a few years back when I was living in Ireland. We spent the day with a couple of local guides, foraging along a beach, thirty minutes or so outside of Dublin. I remember walking along the beach, and one of the guides would point to […]

Living the Vegan Life (with an Italian Twist)

A celebration of a delicious, simple, and sustainable lifestyle.

Meet Rich Roll . . . On the cusp of his 40th birthday, Rich was your average “couch potato” — middle-aged, fifty pounds overweight, semi-depressed, and unenthusiastic about life. But then he had an epiphany. He changed his relationship with food, adopted a vegan/plant-based lifestyle, and went on to become one of the leading ultra-distance […]

Shabbat Dinner for Millennials

An evening to reflect, break bread, and connect.

What is Shabbat? In a nutshell, Shabbat is a day of rest, reflection, and celebration. It begins on Friday at sunset and ends the following evening after nightfall. Six days of work, followed by a seventh day of rest, to remind us of the harsh demands of labor that were inflicted upon the Israelite slaves […]

What’s Ginger Bug and Why You Need to Know About It

Fit this wild, lacto-fermented, effervescent drink into your daily routine and start transforming your health for the better.

You may be familiar with the term probiotic, which means “for life” (pro = for and biotic = relating to life). Alas, fermented foods are alive. They not only preserve nutrients but break them down into more digestible forms. Fermented foods are rich in lactobacilli, the health-enhancing probiotics like those found in yogurt, which promote […]

Lagom: A Swedish Ethos to a Harmonious Life

A simple approach to achieving a more balanced life.

Lagom, a Swedish term meaning just the right amount; not too much, not too little, sufficient, enough, just right. Lagom also translates into balance, happiness, and living in moderation. It’s about creating a happier and more balanced everyday life. Lagom is not a set of ideas or standards but rather a flexible concept that can […]

Gaz Oakley: the Innovative Vegan Chef You Need to Know

Plus a recipe for Chorizo-Style Chili Dogs from Gaz's new book, Vegan 100.

Gaz Oakley is the 25-year-old, avant-garde vegan chef and author of Vegan 100. But he wasn’t always vegan. He started studying cooking or “catering,” the latter as it is referred to in Wales, UK, at the age of 14. Soon thereafter, at the age of 15, he landed his first restaurant job. After finding himself […]
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