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Passionate Vegetarian

A book by Crescent Dragonwagon

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Good for vegetarians and meat eaters!

  • Oct 22, 2005
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This is an exhaustive text -- no stone was left unturned. Recipes, tips and advice (cook once for two meals). This book covers it all. It pulls recipes from multiple cuisines.

It's great even if you are not vegetarian. Many of the recipes can be used to accompany meat dishes.

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Crescent Dragonwagon shares a wealth of recipes and memories with humor and intelligence in her extraordinaryPassionate Vegetarian. She promises that "here you will be well fed, well loved, well tended to, satisfied," and 1,000-plus recipes later, that's exactly what's delivered.

For 18 years Dragonwagon owned and ran a country inn, where she fed glorious food to everyone including vegetarians, diabetics, the lactose intolerant, and people with food allergies. But the real draw here is that this is vegetarian cooking for everyday living. Ingredient lists are always reasonable and understandable; you won't have to search high and low for something esoteric that'll make or break a recipe. This is comfort food that's easy to prepare, and that deprives you of nothing. If you're not a full-time vegetarian, this is the biggest book of potential starters and side dishes you'll ever see.

Dragonwagon's "swoon-worthy, knock-your-socks-off, delicious food" includes hors d'oeuvres; salads; soups; stews; layered dishes; dishes that star grains, beans, or soy; recipes for every vegetable imaginable; burgers and patties; quick dishes; and desserts. From the simple Melissa's Spinach Casserole and Susie Pryor's beautifully impressive "Perfectly Delicious" Stuffed Acorn Squash to the vibrant Stir-Fry of Asparagus with Black Bean-Ginger Sauce and Mr. Panseer's North-Indian-Style Spinach, Dragonwagon offers flavors and cooking techniques from all over the world--everything from old favorites to ...

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ISBN-10: 0761128255
ISBN-13: 978-0761128250
Author: Crescent Dragonwagon
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company

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