Candle 79 Cookbook: Modern Vegan Classics from New York's Premier Sustainable Restaurant

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Ten Speed Press, 2011 - Cooking - 193 pages
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Continually rated as one of the best vegan restaurants in the country, Candle 79 is at the forefront of a movement to bring elegance and sophistication to vegetarian cuisine. Not only is its fare local, seasonal, organic, and sustainable, but also so flavorful and satisfying that customers—vegan and omnivore alike—are constantly asking for recipes to cook at home. This collection answers that call, with simple yet impressive recipes for Chickpea Crepes, Ginger-Seitan Dumplings, Live Lasagna, Chocolate Mousse Towers, Cucumber-Basil Martinis, and more. Expanding the horizons of vegan fare with appetizers, soups, salads, mains, brunches, desserts, cocktails, and wine pairings, Candle 79 Cookbook invites every home cook to make truly green cuisine.
 

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Contents

Foreword
1
Soups
25
Salads
39

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Nutritional counselor Joy Pierson established the Candle Cafe and Candle 79 restaurants with her partner, Bart Potenza. They have also developed a growing catering and wholesale business and are the authors of The Candle Cafe Cookbook. Joy has written, lectured, and consulted extensively about food and nutrition and she serves as board chair of the New York Coalition for Healthy School Food. She has appeared on The Food Network, The Today ShowGood Morning America, andGood Day New York. Joy lives in New York City.
 
Executive chef Angel Ramos brought his innovative cooking talents from Candle Cafe to Candle 79 when it opened. His recipes have been featured in the New York TimesVegetarian Times, and Pilates Style magazine, and he has helped develop the nationally distributed Candle Cafe Frozen Entrées. In 2010, Angel was named the VegNews Chef of the Year. He lives in New York City.
 
Pastry chef and chef de cuisine Jorge Pineda has created desserts that have revolutionized vegan baking. A major contributor to The Candle Cafe Cookbook, he has helped develop the nationally distributed Candle Cafe Desserts and Frozen Entrées. Jorge’s pastries have been named the “Best Vegan Desserts in America” by the Los Angeles Times. He lives in New York City.
 
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