James McNair's Vegetarian Pizza

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Chronicle Books, Jun 1, 1993 - Cooking - 96 pages
Endlessly versatile, easy to prepare, and a fresh satisfying meal in itself, pizza has become a staple of every schedule-driven 90s cook. With over 250,000 copies sold, Pizza has proven to be by far the most popular title in James McNair's best-selling series of single-subject cookbooks. Now James McNair's Vegetarian Pizza offers a new collection of innovative recipes, featuring a cornucopia of vegetables, cheeses, fruits, beans, and herbs and drawn from a wide range of international cuisines. Easy-to-follow instructions for making traditional crusts, suggestions for quickly prepared alternatives, and a wealth of variations on basic recipes round out this crisply photographed celebration of a perennially popular dish.

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James McNair -- one of America's most innovative cookbook authors -- is also the photographic designer, prop and food stylist, and book designer for his bestselling single-subject series.

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