Cooking with rock stars (using their recipes!)
Have you been to Cooking With Rock Stars yet? It’s a great web site featuring recipes from indie rock musicians. The folks behind the site also host a show by the same name with guest musicians in the kitchen.
In the interest of promoting vegetarian and vegan ideals, I’ll share with you the links to some meat- and dairy-free recipes whipped up by members of today’s coolest bands.
Ben Gibbard from Death Cab For Cutie (and the Postal Service) prepares this, uh, interesting Peanut Butter Veggie Sausage Toast.
The kids in Yacht make a yummy sounding Coconut-Corn Chowder.
Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley offers a recipe for Vegan Worcestershire Sauce.
Jeremy Bruch of What Made Milwaukee Famous makes these great Smoked Tomatoes and Portabellas.
if you leave the parmesan cheese out of Robyn Hitchcock‘s Food Pie, it’s vegan.
Sune Rose Wagner of the Raveonettes shares the recipe for Sune's Simple Summertime Sauce.
Eric Johnson of the Fruit Bats suggest using vegetarian broth instead of chicken to make a vegetarian Polish Cabbage Soup.
Matt and Kim want you to enjoy their Carrot Salad.
Luke Temple shows you how to make a Simple Spinach Salad.
Oh, you like salads? The site’s creator Jennifer Robbins has you covered with a nice Citrus Couscous Salad, a Couscous Salad With Peas and Mint, a Spicy Cucumber Salad With Peanuts, and a Tomato and Sumac Salad and finally this Corn and Bean Salad.
Which recipe sounds best to you? Would you try any of them at home?