World Vegetarian Classics: Over 220 Authentic International Recipes for the Modern Kitchen

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Pavilion Books, Apr 6, 2009 - Cooking - 304 pages
"Bringing together over 200 authentic recipes, World Vegetarian Classics is the definitive collection of vegetarian cuisine from around the globe. Organized by region and featuring every continent, all the recipes are genuinely vegetarian as opposed to mere adaptations of meat dishes." "Sensitive to the difficulties facing the modern cook - an inability to source unusual ingredients or equipment and a lack of knowledge of traditional cooking methods - the author has adapted each recipe so that it is suitable for today's kitchens. Feature spreads which explain the properties of some of the more exotic ingredients and interviews with internationally recognized experts who share their own perspectives, combine to make this comprehensive book unique." "Photographed and written with wit and enthusiasm, this sumptuous vegetarian recipe collection is set to become a classic reference work and unending source of inspiration for the discerning cook." --Book Jacket.

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Brown, the author of two other books on vegetarian food, was born in Colorado but has lived in London, where she is a food writer, cooking teacher, and caterer. Her latest is an attractive, lavishly ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Celia Brooks Brown runs a successful vegetarian catering company is the author of Entertaining Vegetarians, Low-Carb Vegetarian, New Vegetarian, and Party Food for Vegetarians. Gus Filgate is a food photographer.

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