Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Vegetarian Cuisine
Can anyone ever regard fava beans in the same light after watching The Silence of the Lambs? Regardless of the movie's impact, vegetarianism does make sense these days, especially considering recent medical research. Weight Watchers' magazine editor Rosensweig, aided by Prevention magazine staffers, musters the attack on carnivores by debunking myths about a fruit-and-vegetable-only diet.

The 250 recipes follow, presented in a conversational manner, with some expected as well as surprising dishes, including black-eyed pea souffl{‚}e, black bean pizza, onion-apple soup with crumb topping, fried polenta with cranberry-maple topping, ratatouille, and apple-bran muffins. Of course, nutritional information abounds. But no desserts are included. A month-long menu plan helps those wondering what to fix when. Barbara Jacobs --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
New Vegetarian Cuisine: 250 Low-Fat Recipes for Superior HealthNew Vegetarian Cuisine

Organic Kitchen Garden
The Organic Kitchen Garden 2011 Wall Calendar is a perfect companion to every cook's kitchen. Featuring beautiful photographs of kitchen gardens and the lush produce they offer, this calendar pairs images with twelve months of recipes and tips inspired by the bounty of kitchen gardens and the local farmer's market. Each month offers a simple, seasonal and healthful recipe along with tips on growing, harvesting, canning and cooking - all with an emphasis on the importance of an organic approach.

Ann Lovejoy is the author of more than 20 gardening books and two cooking books, and is a regular cooking and gardening columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Robin Bachtler Cushman is a horticultural photographer specializing in organic practices. Her work has appeared in Sunset, Horticulture and Fine Gardening magazines as well as in more than 35 Sunset books.

The Organic Kitchen Garden 2011 The Organic Kitchen Garden 2011 Wall Calendar


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