We frequently host friends with a variety of dietary restrictions (vegan, pescatarian, gluten-free), and we generally keep it friendly by making sure there's at least one hearty side that can double as main for those who have special requirements. At our last party, we served a roast chicken as protein (gluten-free), but had potatoes and chickpeas with romesco (vegan), roasted root veggies, and a big crisp salad (both gluten-free and vegan). Everyone had a couple of options to choose from, and it was all delicious for the omnivores!
How Do You Plan a Dinner Party with Guests Who Follow Different Diets? Good Questions
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I got my Robot Coupe from a fellow Freecycler about 5 years ago. It's probably 30 years old, and I love every wonderful discolored part of it. Makes pesto and pate like a pro. My latest obsession is romesco sauce!
My Uncool Kitchen Tool: My Very First, Circa Early '80s Food Processor
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So cute! I second checking that your pens are food safe. Personally, I think they're okay for the outside of a bowl or cup, but would probably avoid using them on surfaces that will be in contact with mouths or food.
Project Inspiration: DIY Graphic Dishware Mormorsglamour
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Mark Bittman did at article a couple of years ago about stocking an entire kitchen on $300.
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