Party Vegan: Fabulous, Fun Food For Every Occasion

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Wiley, Dec 1, 2010 - Cooking - 288 pages
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The first and only vegan celebration cookbook on the market

It's one thing to cook vegan for yourself, but what about hosting parties and holiday get-togethers for friends and family? Party Vegan has you covered with more than 140 scrumptious animal-free recipes for parties of every kind. Whether you're hosting a child's birthday or a sophisticated cocktail party, you'll find many vegan options that even omnivorous guests will love.

But this is more than just a cookbook. It's a detailed guide to hosting vegan parties, covering everything from party planning to food presentation to shopping lists. Virtually every big special occasion is included—Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and even the Super Bowl.

  • Includes handy tips on planning your themes, menus, and trips to the market
  • This is the first cookbook dedicated to vegan party recipes
  • Party Vegan is ideal for people with vegan family or friends, as well as those who are watching their diet or have food allergies

For any occasion, this is a perfect cookbook for hosting fun parties that will delight vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who loves healthy, tasty food.

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I absolutely love this book. I bought it when I went vegan at the beginning of the year, and it has been most helpful every time we had people over. We love entertaining, but none of our friends are vegan. While the recipes are always well received by all (The Smoke and Spice Jambalaya is always a hit, and has become somewhat of a staple in our home), I received special praise this past weekend. I had my husband's family over and made Sun-dried Tomato and Olive Biscotti with Artichoke Tapenade for an appetizer. My father in-law liked it so much he asked to take the leftover tapenade home and asked (several times) where he could buy more of the biscotti. It took everything for my husband and I to convince him I had made them from scratch. It made me think of those pizza commercials: "It's not delivery, it's Delissio!!" I somehow got my in-laws to think I'm a fabulous cook who slaved for hours in the kitchen for them (b/c I didn't dare say it was ridiculously quick and easy to make...) and everyone was quite pleased with their vegan meal. 

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About the author (2010)

Robin Robertson is one of America's foremost authorities on vegan cooking. She writes regularly for VegNews magazine and has contributed to national publications such as Vegetarian Times, Cooking Light, Better Nutrition, and Natural Health. Her other books include 1,000 Vegan Recipes and Vegan on the Cheap.

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