Vegetarian and Vegan

Socially Awkward Cooking With Shannon: Smashed Chickpea Sandwich! Filmed by Margaret Carmel, Edited by Shannon Minor, Music “It’s a Hornpipe” by Johnny HargroveThis sandwich is quick, easy and vegetarian, while providing a good source of protein! A great tip would be to spread hummus on your bread and add lettuce for extra crunch.I...

Socially Awkward Cooking with Shannon: Pumpkin Butter Words by Shannon MinorThe autumn winds blow in crisp air and changing leaves, but also scents of nutmeg, cinnamon and pumpkin spice. This Pumpkin Butter recipe is inexpensive and simple to make. Spread this pumpkin-deliciousness on toast or simply indulge with a spoon. This also makes for a ...

Thai to Die For Words and Photographs by Amelia HeymannI was lucky enough to eat at the very popular Ginger Thai, located in the heart of Carytown. Ever since I came to Richmond, Ginger Thai has been one of the restaurants I have been repeatedly told had amazing food and I absolutely just had to eat there.Walking in, the layout of the restaurant is ...

Amelia’s Odyssey: Nick’s International Foods Words and Photograph by Amelia HeymannWest Broad Street is home to Nick’s International Foods.  It’s a small, locally owned grocery store and deli filled with specialty European and Mediterranean ingredients and products not easily found in most grocery stores.Of course the ma...

My Noodle-Thai with promise My Noodle, Possible New Fan Neighborhood FavoriteWords by Shannon MinorPhotos by Michael PascoOpened Nov. 9 underneath the Stuart Court Apartments, 1600 Monument Ave., My Noodle provides the Fan neighborhood with a much needed Thai and Szechua cuisine.Stepping down the stairwell into an almost other-worldly atmospher...

Raising Cane’s, IHOP and Croutons: One Tough Call Words and Photos by Michael PascoOn October 24th, 2011, VCU introduced a new dining facility labeled the Laurel and Grace Place (which is something I doubt any student would actually say) right by most of the freshman dorms.Weeks before they were ready, I knew I wanted to try all of the establi...