Another MasterChef recipe for FOX. This one is grilled asparagus and a poached egg over a rosemary parmesan grit cake.
Another MasterChef recipe for FOX. This one is a Blue Cheese Potato Salad stuffed inside Grilled Iceberg lettuce and then topped off with homemade vegan Bacon-y Bits.
Shop in style with this fresh Cooking Stoned reusable bag! Durable and sassy… what else do you need for your next trip to the farmers market?
Here is my third recipe for the MasterChef Mystery Box Challenge. This time I made a Thai-riffic lassi recipe, inspired by sweet basil.
Join the Three Loaves movement and help kick hunger’s ass. Each month, we’ll email you a fresh, seasonal recipe. You’ll make three loaves: one for you, one for a friend, and one for someone in need.
A healthy twist on traditional poppers, these Hummus Jalapeño Poppers are baked, easy to make and super yummy. This is my second MasterChef recipe.
In the year or so I have been doing Cooking Stoned, I constantly get asked a few things. One, where is your cookbook? And two, how can I cook with you? I love being asked these questions. It warms my heart that people love what I love doing. I’ve been wanted to do cooking classes […]
Sadly, our bees are declining. Whatever the reason, you can save them by drinking local mead. Local mead helps support small sustainable beekeeping.
Inspired by the Italian dessert panna cotta, this breakfast recipe is pure indulgence. The bottom layer is a “salted” caramel made using soy sauce and brown sugar; it’s as tasty as it is weird. The middle is stuffed with creamy coconut and vanilla bean grits. And it’s all topped off with a thin layer of […]
I am excited to announce that over the next few months I will be joining MasterChef. I have partnered with Tumblr, Plated and MasterChef in an at-home challenge that is going to be a lot of fun. How awesome is that?
Exclusive recipes coming to the Cooking Stoned Newsletter!
Most wines made today are not vegan or vegetarian. Find out why your favorite wine might not be as eco-friendly as you might think.
Anyone who’s ever played with their food will have nothing but respect for Lauren Purnell’s work. The artist takes simple items found in any produce aisle and turns them into culinary canvases. The detail and accuracy is astonishing. Plus they look very tasty! The Vancouver-based artist has been creating these festive works on Tumblr for […]
California is a pretty special place to live in, no surprise there. From sunny beaches to snow-capped mountains, this golden state has a lot to offer. More so, the food scene is as diverse as the state’s geography; San Francisco especially. You can have Mexican food, Thai, Burmese, southern Indian, or almost any cuisine delivered […]
What day is it? That’s right it’s Friday! Do you know what that means? Time to throw a few back and maybe even fall down (definitely optional). You know what makes this Friday even better? It’s kicking off a long Memorial Day weekend!
Fruit pops are the best but the world of dessert can be so much more than just berries and peaches. These 10 popsicles show you just how tasty dessert can be with other ingredients like fresh herbs, veggies and even goat cheese! Avocado Popsicles While here in the states, avocados are mostly limited to Mexican […]
Yes, some flowers are edible. But some are also deadly… well, if you eat them. Not to freak ya out but there are a few rules to follow when eating flowers. For one, only eat the ones you know are consumable. Don’t eat anything from a florist or nursery, it’s probably been sprayed with some […]
Growing all of the ingredients for fresh pico de gallo couldn’t be simpler. Plant, grow and cook your very own salsa garden.
The meaning of flowers, known as floriography, is about messages hidden within certain flowers, and an art that dates back to Victorian times.
When you think of France what do you think about first? Fries, toast, and kissing I assume. No? Maybe maids seductively cleaning your apartment, oui oui! No, the correct answer is wine. Some of the world’s most famous wine comes from the many regions of the great drunken nation. From Bordeaux on the Atlantic coast […]
Hi, I’m Jerry James Stone and welcome to my food blog.
My recipes are vegetarian, just like me. Some are even vegan. I like to keep things pretty simple, using just a few ingredients. So, you'll be cooking in no time.
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