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Green Entertaining, Serving a Potluck Meal!

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The Jazzy Vegetarian

The Jazzy Vegetarian


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Today, the Jazzy Vegetarian, shares green entertaining tips and vegetarian recipe ideas for hosting fabulous potluck meals at home! We’ll welcome Mattie Hagedorn of, to hear about his favorite “easy to bake” vegan dessert. Mattie is founder of, an online community where you can share ideas, post desserts, get the latest vegan baking news and discover delectable eats. Then we'll chat with with Classical Singer, Kit Emory to discuss eco-chic tips and recipe ideas to help you share green, potluck style meals with friends and family. We'll talk about Katharine's career as an opera and classical singer. This month, Ms. Emory will be appearing in the World premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon's "The Grapes of Wrath" at Carnegie Hall, along with Jane Fonda, Christine Ebersole and Nathan Gunn. Katharine ("Kit") Emory, mezzo-soprano, has been a featured soloist with the Handel & Haydn Society and New York Virtuoso Singers, among other acclaimed ensembles. She has sung at the BBC Proms and the Edinburgh Festival (with the Mark Morris Dance Group) as well as toured the US with the NY City Opera and the Houston Grand Opera. An honors graduate of Harvard University, Kit sings with the choir of New York's St. Luke in the Fields, a professional octet known for superb performances of early and contemporary works. Upcoming 2010 appearances include: Monteverdi Vespers with Boston Baroque in Boston (2/19 & 2/20) and NY (3/6); and the world premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon's The Grapes of Wrath at Carnegie Hall with the Collegiate Chorale (3/22).