Hi everyone, I'm making Christmas cookies for people at work this year. I have "The Joy of Vegan Baking", "Veganomicon", and "Sinfully Vegan", and probably every other vegan cookbook you can think of. I don't make cookies very often (because I'll eat them all :p), so does anyone have any suggestions?
I have been searching for an interesting Christmas menu and I haven't had much luck.
Are there any favorite and delicious dishes that anyone has cooked or seen that may be of help?
Has anyone tried the cheddar Teese yet? I went to Green in Tempe AZ yesterday and had some for the first time. My boyfriend got a Philly cheese steak from there with the cheddar Teese and we both loved it, so we bought a tube of it. I don't like the mozzarella kind at all, but the cheddar is pretty good. It melts better, I think. We made a grilled cheese with it and it actually oozed out like regular cheese.
I would really suggest trying it if you can get it. It's a lot better than the mozzarella kind. Kind of expensive (twice the price of FYH :() but oh well.
I really want to try the nacho kind, but I haven't seen it yet.
Hi, I just found this community and I hope this post isn't off-topic. It's food-related but not really recipe-related. I am vegetarian and my wife and son are lactose intolerant, which means at home we are effectively vegan, and I do all of the cooking at home. I also work as a banquet chef at a Country Club where most of the food is in the French grande cuisine style (tons of meat, cream, butter, etc...). Right now I have no choice but to work there for now because I have a family to support, and even though I don't care for a lot of what I cook, I am apprenticed to a very experienced chef and am gaining a lot of really valuable experience. This chef is also a Rastafarian, so we cook some awesome ital food for ourselves when it's not too busy. Still, in a year or two when I've learned everything I can and am better off financially I'd like to move on to some place where I can pursue types of cooking I am more passionate about.
What I wanted to ask of this community is:
1) Does anyone else here cook professionally, particularly in place which is vegan/vegetarian or at least has a fair amount of those options?
2) If so, where do you recommend I look? What kind of skills, aside from the general skills which are applicable in every kitchen, would be particularly useful to pursuing this line of employment? What are these employers looking for that I can offer besides being having experience in a kitchen and being a vegetarian?