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Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking, Cookbooks, Food & Wine, Books | Barnes & Noble®On Thursday night in Clifton, N. With its high ceilings, wide aisles and a large Starbucks, it is the kind of retail outlet that gives big-box stores a good name. Nearby, two apparent siblings, one sporting pink hair and the other purple, traded loud opinions over the True Crime display. Watching the readers lounge in chairs with a view of Route 3, it was hard to reconcile the pageantry of retailing with the brutal recent headlines about the book business. Then on Thursday, Judge Denise L. So far, what has been bad for the industry has not yet hit consumers directly.
Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking: Books
by Dana Shultz
Exploring new recipes has always been the key to making this diet work. The variety of seasonal fruits and veggies has pushed me out of my culinary comfort zone. Even carnivores would approve of the recipes in these vegetarian cookbooks. Favorites have been the greek kale salad with a new twist on tahini dressing, and masala chickpea curry, which is perfect for those days when your fridge is nearly empty. But the real show stoppers are the veggie burgers—my favorites were the cocoa black bean burgers and the Thai peanut burgers, which have replaced my favorite go-to veggie burgers from restaurants back home.
I love the creative aspects that I get to share with you all every week and the more analytical, technical stuff that goes on behind the scenes. Juggling taxes on top of the usual grocery shopping, recipe testing and kitchen cleaning, photo editing, writing, bookkeeping, web design, contract negotiations and meetings… has been a bit much this week. Wine me, please. These are the cookbooks that keep me inspired; the books I reach for again and again. About half are strictly vegetarian, several are vegan and a few feature some meaty recipes in between their mostly meatless pages. Basically, these are the cookbooks that this vegetarian finds most helpful.