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I found this show watching food network the other day that actually had some vegetarian recipes! It's called Sara's secrets and the show was a special on "vegetarian and carnivore" meals. All of the recipes are designed to make for the omni's or meat-eaters in the house and the vegetarians. Awesome if you are always in a dillema with your family on what to eat! It was pretty good. The first recipe Sarah makes is vegan (if i remember right) and is a veggie curry. The second recipe is suitable for lacto-ovo vegetarians and is a custard strata thing. The recipes are on foodnetwork.com and the show airs next Fri. the 24th at 10 a.m. ET/PT if anyone wants to watch.
post #2 of 11
Cool! Will have to watch! Thanks!
post #3 of 11
i think its from the person who made " how it all vegan " sarah kramer i belive the name is.
post #4 of 11
great! I'll check it out.
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Originally Posted by V3gan View Post

i think its from the person who made " how it all vegan " sarah kramer i belive the name is.





nah..this is a different sarah. I dont think Sarah and Tanya (from the cookbooks) have came out with thier show yet. (that I know of)
post #6 of 11
I have noticed more vegetarian recipes on the regular cooking shows.

I am watching Tyler and Jack on How to Boil Water and they are making

Eggplant Parmagia and once Tyler made an all vegan meal on Food 911.

I have written many letters and I know that you have too, so maybe

this is why Shannon
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Originally Posted by zimngir View Post

I have noticed more vegetarian recipes on the regular cooking shows.

I am watching Tyler and Jack on How to Boil Water and they are making

Eggplant Parmagia and once Tyler made an all vegan meal on Food 911.

I have written many letters and I know that you have too, so maybe

this is why Shannon

Mmmm....Tyler....Food 911....vegan food......what a perfect combo. Literally my dream come true right there.... Would love him to help me with vegan food at my house!



I'm going to set my DVR thingie to record the show in the original post.
post #8 of 11
Recipes are fine, but Food Network continues to leave us out in the cold.
post #9 of 11
do you realize this thread is 7 yrs old? And yes they do, but two cupcake winners have been vegan though from Cupcake Wars!
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post #10 of 11
Zombie thread rises from the grave! GRAAAAINS

But it brought to mind ... the whole genre of "enjoyable for vegetarians AND meat-eaters!" confuses the heck out of me. Wouldn't this be true of ANY tasty vegetarian dish even without extraneous added meat?

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post #11 of 11
Found it through a google search.

Dave in MPLS, I know what you mean. People are always asking how a person can be veggi/vegan and still eat. just take out meat/ meat products and eat what's left(most of the food pyramid). It's a common sense thing that many people are unable to grasp.
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