Hey It's Delicious TV's 10 year anniversay so we'll be raising a glass to you this Thanksgiving for continuing to enjoy our recipes year after year. This week Miyoko Schinner co-host of Vegan Mashup makes her popular Thanksgiving dish. Proving you too can make your own Holiday bird with...
Miyoko Schinner co-host of Delicious TV's new public television series. makes a fantasic Queso dip. Look for Delicious TV's Vegan Mashup on your local public television series. Or order the a DVD of the new series at www.delicioustv.com
This week Delicious TV visits a beautiful little chocolate shop in New Paltz NY. These artisan chocolates are made with fresh produce and fruit, organic toasted nuts, fresh spices and homegrown herbs. And Lagusta is as sweet as her chocolates. Visit Lagustasluscious online
Sculptor, Peter Bellonci from Austin Texas shows how easy it is to make a no knead bread. In 10 minutes with flour, yeast, salt, & water, the bread is on its way to rising. Check out Peters Sculpture at Peterontherocks.net And visit us at Delicioustv.com
Toni's got another tasty Tofu recipe for us. Stacked up on a bed spread of Snow Peas. And if you're not a fan of Cilantro. Try another one of Toni's toppings. For more info visit us at Delicious TV And please do "Like" us on facebook
Yoli cooks up a tasty treat. Making a tofu ricotta with herbs and spice. Tucked into a zucchini squash blossom and battered dipped for a quick fry. Learn more about Yoii's Green Living and find more recipe ideas at delicioustv.com Join Delicious TV on facebook and twitter.
Dan and Annies premeire Italian Happy Hour episode. Annie recreates a 50's family past-time with a modern twist. This easy scrumptious vegan treat is great for a couple or a crowd. Get more at http://delicioustv.com/
This week we have a brand New guest chef. Eco-living Chef Yoli Ouiya whips one of her sweet and spicy fruit salsas. And Savvy from the Savvy Brown Blog has a tip on keeping fruit flies off the kitchen counter. Find out more treats at http://delicioustv.com/
The beauty of tofu is that it’s virtually impossible to ruin. Grilling tofu is much easier if your slices are not too thin. A ½” or more is the perfect thickness. If you like this recipe jot it down. Or head over to delicioustv.com because we have it written out for you for under a buck. ...