Synopses & Reviews
The first cookbook of its kind, The Culinary Cyclist is a gorgeous staple for any kitchen where bicycling and healthy, delicious food are priorities. This lovingly illustrated cookbook is your guide to hedonistic two-wheeled living. Recipes are all gluten free and vegetarian. Decadent basics such as a creamy sea salt chocolate cake and baked eggs in avocado halves are paired with cheerful instructions for gracefully hosting a dinner party, gifting food, bulk shopping by bicycle, and two-wheeled picnics. The cookbook is suitable for experienced cooks looking to add kitchen flair to their repertoire as well as beginners in the kitchen who want to start out their culinary lives on the right foot.
"This book seems to be written for me, and probably for you. Basic instructions for leading a good life...a great book for your coffee table, shelf in the kitchen, or to keep a stack on hand as gifts for friends." and#150; Bike Shop Girl
"Food is fuel. Author Anna Brones has penned more than just a cookbook; The Culinary Cyclist is a lifestyle guide for the happy and healthy rider" - Momentum Magazine
"The path to happiness and and#147;good livingand#8221; may be as rough and winding as a cobblestone street but borrowing a bike or buying an apple is a great first step towards getting you there- and The Culinary Cyclist is the perfect guidebook to help you along the way." - Paris Paysanne
"Honest, enthusiastic, genuineand#133; both Anna and her book approach food in a timeless way. Annaand#8217;s food philosophy involves eating for enjoyment, loving the food that you eat and appreciating it at a table, surrounded by friends. In the end, itand#8217;s this part of her philosophy that flows into the book. Biking, for her, is much more than a simple way to get around. Itand#8217;s a lifestyle that creates a community, a community that will find itself further united by this book." - Emily Monaco, Organic Authority
About the Author
is a writer, producer and digital communications professional with a love for travel, good food and the outdoors. She runs the website Foodie Underground, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, Gadling, GOOD, Women's Adventure, The Guardian
, and many more.
Johanna Kindvall is an illustrator based in New York City and South Sweden. Her work includes illustrations and graphics for websites, books and public art projects. She is a serious home cook and edits the illustrated cooking site Kokblog.