organic restaurants

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Bareburger to serve the Impossible Burger — a vegan burger that bleeds

  • “A vegan, a carnivore, a dietitian and a glutton sit at a table.”
  • That’s the Instagram bio for Bareburger, a burger chain that offers shakes, burgers and other casual fare.
  • Bareburger has always had meat-free options on the menu, but the organic restaurant is taking it up a notch by offering a new burger that blurs the lines between vegan and carnivore.
  • Not possible you say? Take a gander at the completely vegan burger which will be available to order at the flagship Bareburger near the NYU campus in Manhattan. It’s not your average veggie burger.
  • The meaty-looking masterpiece above contains no meat yet it bleeds just like a regular hamburger.
  • It’s created by a company called Impossible Foods that’s on a mission to create livestock-free meat that mimics the succulent taste and texture of real meats. The Impossible Burger is the company’s first publicly available product. Read more (3/1/17 3:33 PM)
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Plaza Athénée Restaurant Refurbished by Patrick Jouin & Sanjit Manku

  • Alain Ducasse, a 9 star famous chef with  exceptional experience in the haute cuisine. tells a personal and radical story, continuing the work he began twenty-five years ago. He represents the naturalness cuisine, inspired by the fish-vegetables-cereals trilogy, with the help of his chef of Romain Meder. Healthier and more natural, more respectful of the Planet, it delivers a free and nearly instinctive interpretation of Haute Cuisine, revealing the produces’ original flavour, from the noble to the humble, all exceptional. video link

Location:
Hôtel Plaza Athénée  -  25, avenue Montaigne
  -  75008 Paris, France

if nhl players were contestants on ‘chopped’

sidney crosby: has been the head chef of a restaurant since he was 19. wants to win so he can buy his own restaurant. smiles and blushes whenever the judges say something positive about his food, purses his lips and nods when they say anything negative. keeps talking about how he’s a “competitor” and how important winning is to him. when he wins, ted asks him if he’s excited and he says “for sure.”

jonathan toews: owns an all-organic, gluten free, vegan restaurant. says he would use the $10,000 to buy some land to farm so he could do true farm-to-table. gets pig’s cheek as a basket ingredient in the entree round and doesn’t know how to prepare it, gets chopped before dessert

tyler seguin: calls his food ‘sexy.’ says he’s going to win it all. uses an absurd amount of vodka in his dish, after taking a shot or two of the vodka. winks at alex guarnaschelli as he presents the dish. gets chopped in the appetizer round

alex ovechkin: makes food that ‘reminds him of russia.’ somehow manages to charm all of the judges. makes pasta even though scott conant is one of the judges, and kills it. tries to bake something in the dessert round and ends up with a wonky cupcake-looking thing that he tries to pass off as ‘deconstructed.’ gets chopped in the dessert round.

jeff skinner: is the youngest one by far in the competition. “i’m just here to prove to myself that i can do it.” kills it in the appetizer and entree round, but can’t work the ice cream machine in the dessert round and gets chopped.

brad marchand: spends literally the entire time he’s cooking trying to talk to everyone else in the kitchen. gets chopped in the entree round because he literally didn’t plate, he just threw everything in a damn bowl.

pk subban: wants to win so he can take his family on a nice vacation. manages to charm all the judges and ted with his jokes. slips up a little in the entree round and gets a lil too ambitious with his flavors, but makes it to the dessert round and ends up winning it all.

carey price: “i’m here to prove to everyone who said i couldn’t make it as a chef.” burns one of his basket ingredients in the entree, but somehow turns it into something amazing and gz says it’s “the best dish of the day.” gets chopped in the dessert round, but just barely.

brent burns: is “just here to have fun.” is probably wearing board shorts under his chef’s apron. gets fish in the appetizer round and is the only person in the competition who can actually prepare it. tries to make a sauce out of peanut butter and lemonade in the entree round and gets chopped.

connor mcdavid: looks like he’s flustered and doesn’t know what he’s doing, but actually is super fucking skilled. uses all the weird kitchen appliances like the anti-griddle and shit like that. the judges keep praising him for being “innovative” and “new.” wins the whole thing, in his exit interview he says “yeah this was pretty cool. glad i won.”

jack eichel: gets personally offended when the judges don’t like his food. gets chopped in the entree round bc he ‘over-seasoned the chicken.’ his walk-out interview is just “i mean if they like bland chicken that’s fine, whatever.”

nate mackinnon: “i just really want to make a name for myself and showcase who i am.” forgets a basket ingredient in the appetizer round and gets chopped.

vladimir tarasenko: spends the entire time running around the kitchen like a crazy person. all of the judges are like ‘what is he doing??? there’s twenty seconds left why is he in the pantry?????????’ but he somehow manages to get everything plated in time. plates are a little sloppy but he actually ends up winning it all.

oh heeellll yeah

okay so it’s finals week for me and Shores wanted to take me out to lunch for a little pick me up! he took me to this nice organic healthy restaurant at a mall and the food was AMAZING. Ancient grain bowl with chicken haha I thought it would be hard to get nice food together because he’s vegan but easier than I thought. Anyway, we were eating and talking about working out because he’s a huge athlete. I was telling him how I don’t have a lot of work out clothes and he was like “oh, i think lululemon is right around the corner. let’s go there after lunch.” So, after lunch, we go and he just tells me to go in and pick whatever I want. I knew lululemon was pretty pricey but i didn’t know it was THIS pricey haha Anyway, when the cashier was ringing us up, I saw the price and tried to play it cool but I involuntarily gasped when I saw the total. He dropped $446.09 in one store! like it was no big deal! It didn’t even phase him! And he wants to take me to Nike to get me new sports bras and hopefully I can get him to get me new running shoes. :D He also bought me a dress and he’s going to show me when he gets back from LA! I’m really hoping this works out because Shores and I hit a bump last week. 

He’s texting me a lot and I’m hoping to slowly get him obsessed with me :P 

wish me luck, ladies! xoxo

I’m going to make a restaurant that’s the opposite of all those healthy, organic, fruit and veg restaurants. We will serve white rice, white pasta, white cereal, white bread. Everything will be refined and processed. The only fruit and vegetable to be found will be applesauce and potatoes (without the peel of course). No fiber in this joint, thank you very much. And spices? Nadda. Now for a name…

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So Natural Organic Restaurant & Market
Alright guys this is my parents restaurant. It’s a all natural/organic, black owned, and veteran owned restaurant in Harker Heights, Texas. So if y'all are in the Central Texas or just visiting Texas be sure to check us out! We cater to gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and paleo diets. If you have celiac disease you can feel comfortable enough to eat in our restaurant we have a strict cleaning protocol when a customer comes in and tells us they have celiac. Just some of the things we offer gluten free is our mac and cheese, cornbread muffins, pizza and any of our sandwiches you can get on gluten free bread! We make everything from scratch with the exception of our hamburger buns, rice tortillas, and gluten free tortillas. All of our salad dressing are vegan, and the base of most of our dressing is our homemade vegan mayo. We also provide juices and smoothies! Our smoothies have coconut sugar(which is low on the glycemic index) if you’re diabetic you can drink our smoothies and not worry about your blood sugar fluctuating. We try our best to accommodate everyone we can. With that being said we have vegan, gluten free, and paleo desserts! Picture #5 is our gluten free/vegan/paleo pecan pie! Picture #8 is our lemon vegan cheesecake!(best seller) We also try to support local as much as possible any beef you eat here is from our farmer out in Belton Dr.Baker. Our kombucha is straight out of Austin. Our honey is from Rogers which is great with people who has allergies! Take a teaspoon of local honey a day and it keeps the allergies away! My parents are also making history(especially my mom)! We are the first allnatural/organic in the area! Picture #1 is a screen shot of the website theculturetrips.com we were voted 10 of the best restaurants in bell county with only a year and half in business! Picture #2 is my parents at a local new station advertising the restaurant and some delicious food! Picture #3 is our chicken ceasar salad!(homemade gluten free croutons, organic chicken) Picture #4 and 5 is my mom the first black/Muslim women on the cover of Tex Appeal! Ok guys two more things we offer juice detoxes, and get fit meals, which are pre portioned and pre packaged meals! We offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. In closing if you guys have any questions about anything feel free to message me! Call the restaurant or just come and pay us a visit! Our number is 254-245-8571 and our address is 706 G Edwards Drive Harker Heights, Texas.

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The Clandestine VIP Dinner in Paris

I once heard this is where French Presidents take their mistresses. Discretely tucked away in a backstreet of South Pigalle, it doesn’t look like much from the outside, but I think that’s the idea.

The windows are veiled with curtains hung just high enough so as not to give anything away about what or who is inside…

Petrelle has been around for more than 20 years. It’s run by a sort of mad-hatter Frenchman, Jean-Luc André, chef and art gallerist who also owns the space next door to the restaurant where he curates theatrical installations …

… surrounded by piles of books and curious objects you might unearth in your eccentric grandparent’s attic. Candles and antique lamps set the tone for a clandestine lovers dinner and it would all make the perfect photograph to find next to the definition of ‘romantic mood lighting’.

The menu is hand-written by Jean-Luc so you’ll have to take your time deciphering his mad scribbling penmanship, but it feels like you’re reading a love letter about food. And they say he will make you discover what true organic food tastes like…