JULY Cookbook of the Month: VEGETARIAN COOKING FOR EVERYONE - General Rules
JULY COOKBOOK OF THE MONTH: General Rules
Below is the set-up for the July Cookbook of the Month, Deborah Madison’s Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. All the posts regarding recipes should be reported in the applicable threads below.
Please post the name and page number of the recipe you are discussing.
JULY COTM (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone): SANDWICHES, SOUPS & SALADS, SAUCES and CONDIMENTS
July COTM:(Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone) VEGETABLES
July COTM (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone): BEANS PLAIN and FANCY, GRAINS & THE SOY PANTRY
July COTM (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone): VEGETABLE STEWS & STIR FRIES, GRATINS, CASSEROLES, EGGS & CHEESE
July COTM (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone): PASTA, NOODLES & DUMPLINGS and SAVORY TARTS, PIES, TURNOVERS & PIZZAS
July COTM: (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone) BREAKFAST ANYTIME & BREADS BY HAND
July COTM: (Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone) DESSERTS
I'm not a huge fan of this book, and have given away my copy of it.
However, who could resist something for free? Amazon is giving away a free sampler of the kindle version of this book. In their words: "To celebrate the release of the updated and revised edition of this seminal book in October 2013, twenty-two renowned chefs, food bloggers, and authors have selected their favorite recipes from the book, available in this free eBook sampler for a limited time. Each recipe is introduced with a personal note from the contributors, which include Yotam Ottolenghi, Heidi Swanson, David Tanis, Amanda Hesser, David Kinch, Tamar Adler, Molly Stevens, and many more."
It's free in the UK
and most likely in other amazon stores too.
This book is a mess, there is no question. And yet two of the pastas in it are in regular rotation around here. The pasta with olives, capers, etc (which can definitely be made with a can of diced tomatoes) is one of those clean out the pantry for dinner meals that is way beyond what it needs to be, and the pasta with salsa verde and zucchini is incredibly fresh tasting (and a one pot meal, as long as you don't need/want meat).