cmdoduck, January 9, 2011 (view all comments by cmdoduck)
Such a nice vegetarian cookbook, I believe everyone (meat eaters and vegetarians) should own this book. First the title is awesome and intriguing, if that doesn't get you to want it then open the book and flip through the pages. Every recipe has unique illustrations that sometimes illustrate difficult things you are doing in the recipe (ie bread making things), or unique little illustrations that have to do with the recipe but don't necessarily show you things you are doing (because it isn't a hard recipe). If you still aren't convinced, well the recipes themselves are interesting and wonderful to eat and try. I have tried out numerous recipes in here, and each one has been great. I don't cook often, but when I do this is the first cookbook I look through.
TreeLover, April 9, 2010 (view all comments by TreeLover)
Mollie Katzen convinced me that vegetarian cooking does not mean eating mushy vegetables and tasteless tofu. The recipes are simple, yet elegant, and they are accompanied by lovely illustrations. Her written voice is a friendly guide in the kitchen-- from deliciously glazed muffins, to hearty quiches.
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