UCLA has received numerous awards, including the PETA award for most vegan-friendly university due to their dedication to nutritional education. From the Student Nutrition Awareness Campaign (SNAC) to their “Heres to Health” initiative that provides students with a broad list of healthy and tasty ingredients that they should be enjoying, UCLA is above the pack. Taking feedback very seriously, the chefs methodically chose their recipes based on student preferences. Seafood pizza, chicken and dumplings, chicken chile verde all mouthwatering dishes found on this campus. And if students are still unsure, Dolores, the residing dietician on campus, provides any and all answers through her extensive program. 6Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell Cornell might be known as an Ivy League school with top-notch academics, but theyre more than just that. As the runner-up for PETAs most vegan-friendly college award, Cornells dedication to local foods and environmental conservation is something to be noted. By implementing initiatives like supporting Local Food Growth, Take Back the Tap (choosing tap water over bottled), and responsible coffee sourcing to lessen a chemical footprint, Cornell students are not just educated through their studies, but in their lives. And while this is commendable, Cornells dining service is all about their events. Happenings like The New York Times columnist Mark Bittman dropping by to discuss his book about nutrition, the National Association of College & University Food Services (NACUFS) annual chef competition, and themed dinners like “A Night at Hogwarts,” offering nothing better than chocolate frogs and butter beer, bring excitement to an incredibly hard-working student body.
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Improvisation was what a cook was expected to do, not an act of desperation. The Hazans also promoted a different understanding of a meal: one that began with something light and barely prepared, went on to a restrained pasta or risotto course, and then to a similarly simple meat with one or two vegetable sides–and ended with fruit, not dessert. That had never been part of the way Americans ate. And if it still remains beyond the weeknight habits of most people, the idea of a menu divided into many sections of small dishes was an outgrowth of the concepts the Hazans introduced — and a concept that rules in most new restaurants today, however apparently un-Italian. Fergus Henderson, for example, who popularized nose-to-tail, meat-centric cooking at his St. John in London, says that Hazan “shaped, more than any other person, this British chef cooking British food.” Hazan was both warmhearted and prickly. She wasn’t always patient with students, but she always had a rough humor that showed she didn’t really mind a dumb question, even if she made clear it was dumb. She was competitive. My own career in food writing began when the then-editor of the Atlantic asked me to write about the operatic rivalry he heard me describe between Hazan and a Tuscan-born teacher of Italian food who had the gumption to head-to-head with her for students in both New York and Italy. When I last visited the Hazans in their Longboat Key condominium, in February of 2009, they noted with pride that the royalties of the combined two volumes of Classic Italian Cooking still contributed significantly to their living expenses — and pointed out that they had combined and revised the two books against the advice of their original editor, with whom they had broken as a result, and that the book, which they called “Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking,” was in its 19th printing. “It’s amazing how stupid publishers can be,” Victor remarked. But they also noted with enormous satisfaction how much had changed since the time they first were writing, when olive oil “only came in one kind in a huge can,” balsamic vinegar was unknown, and you could barely find Parmigiano-Reggiano. Their cooking lives, wherever they went in America, were much simpler, even if they lamented the lack of good vegetables in Florida (“green beans shrink in a day — maybe the water evaporates, but they’re never good”) and offal of any kind. I asked for one recipe recommendation, to help promote Essentials (they greeted the suggestion of writing a piece on a website for free to promote the book with silence and tight smiles). Marcella shrugged.
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Being a vegetarian doesn’t mean that all you eat is tofu, quinoa and salad. It also means you get to eat oozing poached eggs, cheesy sauces, crunchy fried potatoes, and EVERYTHING EXCEPT MEAT. We all know that most meat is just a vehicle for soaking up other flavors, but guess what can also do that? The grains, starches and vegetables that comprise most of the vegetarian diet. Below we’ve collected just a smidgeon of our very favorite vegetarian foods that EVERYONE can appreciate. Let’s see how many carnivores we can convert to the green side … Want to read more from HuffPost Taste? Follow us on Twitter , Facebook , Pinterest and Tumblr . Fried Avocado Tacos with Sesame and Lime James Ransom/Food52 The only ingredient in this recipe is “greatness.” White Pizza Dip Get the White Pizza Dip by How Sweet It Is Tomato, Peach & Burrata Salad Get the Tomato, Peach & Burrata Salad Recipe by Two Peas & Their Pod Stuffed Pasilla Peppers Get the Stuffed Pasilla Peppers Recipe by FoodieCrush Spanish Roasted Potato Salad Get the Spanish Roasted Potato Salad Recipe by MySocialChef/Food52 Smoky Black Bean Chili Get the Smoky Black Bean Chili Recipe by Gimme Some Oven Squash Based Eggs Get the Squash Baked Eggs Recipe by Macheesmo Butternut Squash Lasagna Get the Butternut Squash Lasagna Recipe by FoodieCrush Red Cabbage, Onion and Walnut Tart Manger Get the Baked Macaroni Cheese Recipe by Verses from my Kitchen Springtime Veggie Skillet Lasagna Get the Springtime Veggie Skillet Lasagna Recipe by How Sweet It Is Crispy Salt and Pepper French Toast Sarah Shatz/Food52 Get the Zucchini Ricotta Galette Recipe by Always With Butter Fontina Polenta and Easy Marinara FoodieCrush Roast Carrot, Lentil and Avocado Salad Verses from my Kitchen Get the Roast Carrot, Lentil and Avocado Salad Recipe by Verses from my Kitchen Related on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Grilled English Peas Get the Grilled English Peas recipe from Simply Recipes Grilled Halloumi And Peaches With Dukkah Get the Grilled Halloumi and Peaches with Dukkah recipe from My New Roots Maple Grilled Tempeh Get the Maple Grilled Tempeh recipe from 101 Cookbooks Grilled Tomato and Scallions Get the Grilled Tomato and Scallions recipe Grilled Okra With Sriracha Lime Salt Get the Grilled Okra with Sriracha Lime Salt recipe from Food52 Open-Faced Grilled Eggplant Sandwiches Get the Open-Faced Grilled Eggplant Sandwiches recipe Broccoli Marrow With Pecan, Garlic Butter Get the Broccoli Marrow with Pecan, Garlic Butter recipe from Food52 This is BRILLIANCE. Grilled Artichokes With Green Olive Dip Get the Grilled Artichokes with Green Olive Dip recipe Honey-Grilled Watermelon Caprese Salads Get the Honey-Grilled Watermelon Caprese Salads recipe from How Sweet It Is Grilled Avocado With Cherry Tomatoes And Herbs Get the Grilled Avocado with Cherry Tomatoes and Herbs recipe from Food52 Cheese-Stuffed Grilled Peppers Get the Cheese-Stuffed Grilled Peppers recipe Crispy Buffalo Style Quinoa Sliders With Sweet Corn And Scallions Get the Crispy Buffalo Style Quinoa Sliders with Sweet Corn and Scallions recipe from How Sweet It Is Grilled Tofu Steaks With Piquillo Salsa Verde Get the Grilled Tofu Steaks with Piquillo Salsa Verde recipe Grilled Brussels Sprout Salad With Goat Cheese Get the Grilled Brussels Sprout Salad with Goat Cheese recipe Grilled Corn & Barley Salad With Tomato Vinaigrette Get the Grilled Corn & Barley Salad with Tomato Vinaigrette recipe from Food52 Grilled Maitake Mushrooms Get the Grilled Maitake Mushrooms recipe from The Culinary Chase Grilled Corn On The Cob With Parsley And Garlic Get the Grilled Corn on the Cob with Parsley and Garlic recipe Savory White Bean Burger (Gluten-Free) Get the Savory White Bean Burger recipe from Food52 Grilled Romaine With Black And White Sauces Get the Grilled Romaine with Black and White Sauces recipe from Food52 Grilled Zucchini Alfredo With Mushroom And Eggplant Steaks Get the Grilled Zucchini Alfredo with Mushroom and Eggplant Steaks recipe from Food52 Barley And Grilled Vegetable Salad Get the Barley and Grilled Vegetable Salad recipe Mediterranean Grilled Pizza Get the Mediterranean Grilled Pizza recipe Sweet And Spicy Grilled Tofu With Cabbage-Carrot Slaw Get the Sweet and Spicy Grilled Tofu with Cabbage-Carrot Slaw recipe Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich Get the Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich recipe Grilled Zucchini And Summer Squash With Avocado Get the Grilled Zucchini and Summer Squash with Avocado recipe Grilled Apricot, Arugula And Goat Cheese Salad Get the Grilled Apricot, Arugula and Goat Cheese Salad recipe Grilled fruit isn’t just for dessert. In this recipe grilled apricots play the main part, balanced by tangy goat cheese, peppery arugula and all topped with a toasted pine nut dressing.