Jerry James Stone

Jerry James Stone

Jerry James Stone is a vegetarian and vegan food blogger who has created recipes for Discovery Channel, Whole Foods Market, and many more. He's an environmental activist who focuses on sustainability and planet-friendly living. In 2012 he won a Shorty Award in the category of #green for his efforts on Twitter. His first cookbook, “Holidazed,” was released in 2013.

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Video: 7-layer shawarma dip

Mediterranean and Tex-Mex flavors merge in this tasty appetizer, with vegetarian flair.

Peanut butter hummus

It sounds odd, but this flavor pairing actually makes sense.

Holiday pilaf with butternut squash

Flavorful seasonal produce makes for a buttery, savory and sweet pilaf that goes with any holiday meal.

Easy butternut risotto

Seasonal squash gives this classic Italian side dish a boost.

Pumpkin oatmeal

Because it's still pumpkin-in-everything season for many of you, and definitely for us.

Quinoa cucumber tomato salad

A late-fall veggie treat with the earthy flavors of quinoa.

Herb smashed potatoes

A flavorful side dish that incorporates a Mediterranean spice blend called za'atar.

Nutty farro breakfast

It's an ancient and often-overlooked grain, but farro is about to become your new favorite breakfast.

Chili cheese popcorn

Put a little flavor in your Netflix night.

Easy white bean soup

Cooler weather gives us a hankering for comfort. Achieve it with this simple, hearty soup.

Gluten-free chocolate coconut cake

Great for layering, or slice it up with a scoop of your favorite frozen dessert.

Coconut quinoa breakfast with brown sugar sauce

Quinoa holds its rightful place as the king of breakfast in this just-sweet-enough cereal recipe.

Tangy hummus yogurt dip

This variation on traditional hummus adds an extra layer of flavor and a creamy texture.

Chickpea and heirloom tomato salad

Colors burst and flavor abounds in this crisp, vibrant salad made with farm-fresh heirloom tomatoes.

Spicy hummus mayo dip

It's hummus with a creamy twist. You'll want this one at the top of your recipe bookmarks.