Vegetarian Sandwiches: Fresh Fillings for Slices, Pockets, Wraps, and Rolls

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Chronicle Books, 2000 - Cooking - 132 pages
Goodbye, peanut butter and jelly! In this lively, easy-to-use cookbook, author Paulette Mitchell shares 75 recipes for delicious, healthy hand-held meals that will satisfy both vegetarians and omnivores alike. Think a veggie sandwich is just cheese and sprouts? Think again. Try brown-bagging it with Mexican Black-Bean Pitas, wowing a dinner party with elegant Pear Crostini, or satisfying a hungry crowd with Eggplant Parmesan Poor Boys. Plus, youll find great sandwich accompaniments such as Herbed Fresh Tomato-Carrot Soup and Potato Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette. From tofu and tempeh to fresh veggies and grains, Vegetarian Sandwiches is a must-have for the lunchbox set.

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User Review  - vegmom - Borders

This book is great. It's so hard to find a good vegetarian book that has easy, quick meals that taste great and my kids love. Plus, they are perfect for bringing to school. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Paulette Mitchell lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has been a cooking instructor for 25 years, lecturing frequently on health and nutrition. She has published numerous cookbooks, including the best-selling The 15-Minute Vegetarian.

Ondine Vierra is a New York based photographer.

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