I'm not a veggie anymore, but I'm trying to be one of those chefs that puts out a lot of veggie-friendly recipes, since while I was vegetarian I was constantly annoyed at how everyone needed meat in a recipe. It always seemed like a bit of a crutch. When my restaurant opens, I plan on having about half of my menu vegetarian-friendly (either with optional meat or with none) because I've always been amazed at how a restaurant that serves caramelized fois gras with pralines would pull out a morningstar burger, nuke it, and call it food. Ugh.
Chunky Olive and Cherry Tomato Marinara
Vegetarian Soft Tacos
White Chocolate Panna Cotta with Raspberry Sauce (look at my avatar)
Bruschetta Al Pomodoro
Chili (use boca grounds. I figure that one's a no brainer)