Vegetarian Journal's Foodservice Update

Foodservice Update Cover

Vegetarian Journal's
Foodservice Update


Volume XI, Number 3 and Number 4
    Summer and Fall 2003
Editors: Nancy Berkoff, Ed.D., R.D.
and Debra Wasserman
Assistant Editor: Susan Petrie

A sampling from the Summer and Fall 2003 issue of  Vegetarian Journal's Foodservice Update, published quarterly by the Vegetarian Resource Group.

Original Table of Contents

How to Feed Just a Few Vegetarians at Weddings, Parties, Restaurants...
By Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD, CCE
Vegan Food Products
Vegan Tidbits
Food Service Hotline
Vegetarian Quantity Recipes
- Basic Tofu Salad Dressing
- Use-It-Everywhere Salad Dressing
- Sweet and Sour Vegetable Salad
- Avocado Loaf
- Banana Split Salad
- Mushroom-Asparagus Risotto
- Torta Rustica
- Asparagus Mushroom Ragout
- Sofrito
- Veggie Sloppy Joes
- Savory Rice with Raisins
- Eggplant Amandine
- Walnut and wild Rice Salad
- Amazingly Rich Fruit and Carrot Cake
- Orange-Scented Black Bean and Sweet Potato Stew
- Basic Pilaf
- Tomato and Pepper Tofu with Rice
Spice and Rice
- Risotto
- Pilaf
- Pilaf Tips
- Spice It Up
- Make Your Own Rice Spice Blends

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