Monday, September 13, 2010

Meatless Monday

Running Green supports Meatless Monday, an initiative associated with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The goal of Meatless Monday is to help reduce meat consumption in order to improve public health and the health of the planet.

These delicious-looking recipes are published by the Meatless Monday initiative, and may be found at

Monday Morsels (Source:
Women’s Health online goes meatless on Monday with recipes the whole family will enjoy… Tal Ronnen (the chef behind Oprah’s 21-day vegan cleanse) explains that MM can be healthy and hearty… Los Angeles’ 94.7 The Wave encourages listeners to try one of their protein-packed MM dishes… Award winning chef Marcus Samuelsson now hosts a MM recipe on his website each week… Harvard nutritionist Samantha Heller touts the benefits of MM on The Latino Christian News Network.


Don said...

Ooh, two things I love to make: chili and frittatas! I use the recipe on the Bush's Chili Beans can which is also delicious. They call for ground meat, but you can just as easily make it with a meat substitute or no meat at all.

I like potatoes in my frittata and usually use frozen hash browns or potatoes cut into little cubes like Ore-Ida Potatoes O'Brien. Cook the potatoes, onions, and other vegetables as usual on the stove top, add the egg mixture, and cook until set. Then top with cheese and stick in under the broiler for a few minutes until the top browns. Yum!

Vern said...

Don, I've always liked chili, and since going vegetarian, we just leave the ground meat out. It's still good!

I like frittatas too, and your recipe sounds good!