Chat with vegetarian chef and author Kim O’Donnel

Butterhead lettuce from Brogue Hydroponics
(Photo by Jason Plotkin)

Join us at 2 p.m. today for our monthly vegetarian cooking chat with journalist and chef Kim O’Donnel.

For more than a decade, O’Donnel has dispensed cooking advice at numerous publications, including the Washington Post, Culinate and USA Today.

The author of “The Meat Lover’s Meatless Cookbook” and “The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations,” which was among the Washington Post’s Top Cookbooks of 2012, she is the first Meatless Monday blogger on record. O’Donnel is a known authority on the continuing trend of eating less meat for health and environmental reasons.

Based in Seattle, O’Donnel is a regular contributor to Real Food Right Now, a seasonal produce series on Ecocentric.

Send your questions in advance to chefchats@scribblelive.com or click “Comment Now” on the chat page.

Need some additional ideas for Meatless Monday or want to know more? Check out the previous chat with O’Donnel.

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