Vegetarian Classics: 300 Essential and Easy Recipes for Every Meal

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Harper Collins, Jul 8, 2003 - Cooking - 304 pages

Jeanne Lemlin sets the standard for accessible and appealing vegetarian cooking. Vegetarian Classics is Jeanne's most useful and comprehensive book to date: an essential collection of 300 no-fail recipes for soups, salads, sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, calzones, casseroles, stir-fries, stove-top dishes, sides, snacks, desserts, and breakfasts. Each recipe is deeply satisfying and surprisingly simple, reflecting Jeanne's trademark dedication to uncomplicated techniques and unparalleled flavor.

 

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who reads a cookbook? not me! but this cookbook is awesome. it includes all kinds of really tasty (read: not actually that healthy) comfort foods. my favorites include: baked orzo, broccoli, and ... Read full review

Vegetarian classics: 300 essential recipes for every course and every meal

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Lemlin is the author of several other vegetarian cookbooks, including the excellent Vegetarian Pleasures. Once again, she offers a wide-ranging collection of simple, flavorful dishes, from a homey ... Read full review

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Jeanne Lemlin has been writing about great vegetarian food for more than a decade. Her many books include MainCourse Vegetarian Pleasures, Simple Vegetarian Pleasures, and Quick Vegetarian Pleasures, for which she won a prestigious James Beard Cookbook Award. A cooking instructor and food writer, she is a columnist for Cooking Ligbt and a contributor to Gourmet and Country Journal. Jeanne lives in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

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