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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 1 edition (1 Oct 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470472235
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470472231
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 1.8 x 22.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 388,093 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A ONE–OF–A–KIND VEGAN COOKBOOK AND PARTY PLANNER! If you like having company over and you are vegan or have vegan family and friends, this is the book for you! You′ll find 25 exciting, inventive menus with animal–free recipes for almost any occasion, from holiday meals and birthday parties to potluck dinners and Super Bowl shindigs—and the dishes are delicious enough to satisfy vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike. Everything you need to host an unforgettable event is right here. Get the party started with 140 healthy, simple,and tasty vegan recipes like these: Fava Bean Hummus Spinach–Potato Quesadillas Personal Pizzas Pecan–Pumpkin Pie Chestnut Bisque Mixed Berry Crumble Mini Focaccia with Tapenade Build–Your–Own Ice Cream Sundaes Seitan Enchiladas with Mole Poblano And much more!

About the Author

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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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Taylor on 27 Dec 2013
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My daughter is vegan, and hadn't seen this book before, so it was a perfect present for her this year.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Natasha Hanson on 12 Jun 2013
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The book was really good. Great ideas with good results. The chocolate and orange tiramisu was a big hit and the suggested menus were really helpful and just what I was looking for. The reason I didn't give it a 4 is because I bought it was the kindle version and really wish I have chosen the hard copy but my impatience to receive it won over. Note to self, buy the real cookery book in the future as it makes flicking and enjoying the experience greater.
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Life Saver! 17 Nov 2010
By Noelle Goveia - Published on Amazon.com
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It's hard to get non-vegan family and friends to enjoy themselves at parties. Enter Party Vegan. This book is full of recipes from quick bites to full meals, all categorized by holiday, which helps make planning much easier. Along with the recipes are tips for how to estimate the amount of food to make, ideas to make planning easier and a party punch recipe that will have guests wondering just how much bubbly is hidden amongst all the deliciousness.

If you are interested in recipes to bring along to potlucks, or for Thanksgiving & Christmas parties, or if you are planning on throwing a party yourself and want to be a party animal without serving any at your party, do yourself a favor and add this book to your collection.

-Noelle Goveia
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
How does she come up with all of these recipes?? 20 Dec 2010
By Alisa Marie Fleming - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I believe this is my fourth Robin Robertson cookbook, and thus far, none have let me down. Party Vegan starts with a solid tips and information section to help plan your party. From there it moves into 25 different menu-themed chapters of recipes. Thus far I have trialed three of the recipes. The Mini Falafels (from the "Crowd Control" chapter in the Moroccan Station) had a spot on flavor and texture, and were perfect for a make-ahead appetizer. The Fingerling Potato Salad with Pan-Fried Arugula Pesto (from the "a Picnic Lunch" chapter) was so rich in flavor that no guest would ever miss the Parmesan. And, the Chai-Spiced Muffins (from the "Mother's Day Brunch" chapter) were perfect for an everyday treat with tea.

This is definitely a must have for entertaining any time of year.
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Great! 17 Oct 2010
By KR - Published on Amazon.com
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I have found numerous ideas from this book, tried a number of them and turned out great! If your not wanting to go the way of "the old Vegan style cooking" but looking for something contemporary to modern living that non Vegans will enjoy too... this is a book for you!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
We eat with our eyes.... 6 Jan 2011
By A. Pennington - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
....and this book makes vegan food look ravishing.

I love this book for so many reasons.

First, it makes vegan food fun and elegant. The book's design is crisp, the style is new -- it really destroys the old fashioned associations people have with vegan food. Teriyaki shiitake sticks -- so good! Pistachio-dusted chocolate-raspberry truffles -- this is the kind of thing I can bring to a pot luck and surprise all the non-vegans with. Yes, it is possible to have divine, indulgent meals without harming cows, pigs or chickens.

Second, the recipes have grace -- that is, they are easy to make, the ingredients are not obscure, but they end up looking beautiful and tasting delicious. The author uses her imagination to come up with new approaches to food that just work.

Third, the book has personality. This isn't just a cookbook, it's a how-to book on being the type of person who has a heart AND can pull of a classy party. For example, there's a section called "No Forks Allowed" that explains how the way that food is presented can affect the dynamic of a party. Foods that can be dipped, nibbled, stacked, wrapped and skewered are more conducive to mingling.

The recipes are really interesting, like the Gingered "crab" cups with wasabi cream cheese -- it really takes vegan food to a more sophisticated level.

Another thing I like about it is the convenient labeling of which recipes can be made ahead of time and which ones are quick and easy. These labels let me choose if I want to spend more time making something complex to test my culinary boundaries, or if I want to go for something graceful and easy.

It's just a great cookbook!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Much More Than a Party Book 12 Dec 2010
By S. L. Ragan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I own several Robin Robertson cookbooks and love them all, but I think she really outdid herself with Party Vegan. First, don't let the title fool you -- this book is so much more than a "party" book. The recipes are so easy and delicious, you'll want to make them all the time. I rarely entertain, but I've been using this book for everyday cooking and it hasn't let me down. So far, I've made the Sherried Mushrooms, Curried Pakora Puffs, Fava Bean Hummus, Black Rice Salad, Baked Potato Skins, Pan-Fried Sesame Noodles and Broccoli, and Caramelized Tofu which are all fantastic recipes. I've only tried two desserts so far, the Orange-Kissed Chocolate Tiramisu and the Tres Leches Cupcakes. Both were amazing! If great recipes weren't enough, Robin also has a great section for how to entertain without stress that's filled with info and tips from her experience as a restaurant chef and caterer. I highly recommend this book.
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