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Vegetarian [Paperback]

Alice Hart
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Book Description

6 Jun 2011
The delicious recipes in this book will appeal to both vegetarians and meat-eaters - in fact this is the kind of food that makes you forget there is no meat on your plate. The 141 recipes include everything from starters, snacks, breakfast, brunch, lunch, salads and soups to quick and easy recipes, fine dining dishes and gorgeous desserts. You'll also find handy basics recipes for sauces and salsas, useful tips on how to improve your vegetarian diet, menu ideas and recipes for special occasions. Whether you are a strict vegetarian, are trying to eat less meat or you are simply attracted to vegetarian cooking, this book will change your way of thinking about cooking without meat. Key points: Vegetarian includes recipe contributions from top chefs Stéphane Reynaud, Skye Gyngell, Rowley Leigh, Francesco Mazzei and Tom Pemberton; handy recipes for basics are included, such as classic sauces, relishes and garnishes; quirky French design with die-cut cover and stunning food photography make this the perfect book to buy for a gift; an assortment of menu ideas are included in the back of the book - from a romantic dinner to an easy brunch.

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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Murdoch Books (6 Jun 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1742663397
  • ISBN-13: 978-1742663395
  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 24.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,220 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Alice Hart is an exciting, authoritative, new voice who loves to share her culinary knowledge. For her, food is about fun. She is a food stylist, food editor and the author of many cook books. Her food is inspired by her travels around the world and she always cooks with fresh, seasonal produce. She lives in London.

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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very useful recipes. Fresh and vibrant tastes. 29 Jun 2011
By doublegone TOP 500 REVIEWER
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I never expect to like or make everything in a cook book and if four or five dishes enter my regular repertoire I regard it as a good purchase. So far this is looking like a positive addition to the arsenal.

The finish on the cover is quite wipeable (cook books not designed to stand up to the rigours of the kitchen are a real bugbear of mine!). It also has two big outer flaps to help you keep your place - again a practical bonus not all such books exhibit. The layout inside is simple and easy to follow - clear lists of ingredients and instructions on the left hand page, with photos on the right. I found it interesting that in some cases the dishes were photographed part-way made rather than ready to eat.

Flicking through it I found many things I wanted to try. The dishes are different enough not to be boring, but not so outlandish to put you off. And there is no requirement for any odd ingredients you wouldn't find in the shops of a reasonable sized town.

I might mention and rate a few of the things I have made so far. First were Carrot and Coriander Fritters with Halloumi and Sweet Lemon Dressing (P146). This was tasty enough but not I felt worth the faff. I'd score it 3/5. I probably won't make it again.The lemon dressing however, fantastic for all sorts of salads, I'd score a 5/5. I will have a jar of that sitting in my fridge all summer.

Next up was the Quick Soda Bread (Page 130) which I was quite skeptical about. This is the only recipe for Irish soda bread I have ever seen that involved rubbing in butter and adding sugar. Its getting on to being a scone mix rather than a bread one. My doubts were dispelled though when it came out of the oven - delicious! 4/5 score.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More than just beans and curry! 24 Jun 2011
By Emma W TOP 500 REVIEWER
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As a vegetarian I am always looking out for ideas for simple, tasty vegetarian meals. A lot of vegetarian cookbooks seem to rely too heavily on beans and curry for my family's tastes so I was pleasantly surprised with this book with it's olive stromboli, carrot and coriander fritters and grilled vegetable pizza. The recipes are appealing, with a mix of everyday and some more fancy or involved recipes, without using too many ingredients that you haven't heard of! And, if you are feeling adventurous, at the end of the book there are 'special' recipes including some submitted by guest chefs such as Skye Gungell's nectarine and tomato salad with buffalo mozzarella.

Apart from the recipes and usual conversion charts, there are a couple of pages on vegetables that are in season at different times of the year and the chapters are interspersed with 'how to' guides on things like how to grow sprouts (from beans or seeds, not the Brussels type!) or make yoghurt. It has a useful chapter at the end called 'basics' with lots of things like dressings, sauces, flavoured butters etc which makes them more accessible than when they are buried in another recipe.

It is printed on a matt paper rather than the usual glossy stuff, the photography is well done and the cover is contemporary and not unattractive making it a good choice for a gift or maybe even a coffee table book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A bit confused about its readership...!! 22 Sep 2011
By C. O'Brien VINE VOICE
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With its attractively homespun cover art, emphasis on "fresh, seasonal ingredients", and its handy "how-to's" scattered throughout the book (how to make yogurt, how to make tofu, how to grow sprouts...) this book looks at first glance like the kind of cookbook that would appeal to the your average veggie cook who wants to eat well and be healthy.

But no. The recipes are not only frequently complex and difficult to follow, they demand the kind of cordon bleu skills that most ordinary people have neither the time, the equipment nor the skill to master. Alice Hart calls herself a "food stylist", and this is what a chef of my acquaintance would self-deprecatingly call "cheffy" food - the sort of dishes with names that go on for half a paragraph. They're heavily constructed, rather pretentious, fine in a smart restaurant or hotel but out-of-place in a book aimed at the general public - especially if you happen, as I do, to live in a rural area. Now, I have plenty of access to the "fresh, seasonal ingredients" mentioned on the cover, because I grow them - but no access to a fancy supermarket or delicatessen. So although I can do you a gorgeous basket of ripe tomatoes or luscious courgettes right now, I'm a bit stuck for pecorino shavings or ras el hanout. To give Alice Hart her due, she does sometimes suggest alternatives for the more unlikely ingredients - you can use spinach if you can't find betel leaves, although rice vinegar is as out of the question for me as the Chinese black vinegar she really wants me to use for her dumplings with dipping sauce. She will also reluctantly let you off if you decide that life is just too short to peel a grape, but I still felt guilty that I possess neither a terrine mould nor a griddle pan - both mainstays of the recipes here.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous but rather daunting 4 Mar 2012
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After owing the book for several weeks, staring longingly the beautiful pictures and wishing I had the complex list of ingredients on the list or the time to make enough of the complimentary dishes, I finally made something. I made the pot sticker dumplings, little heavenly gyozas that wowed my friends and caused us to eat gluttonous quantities of them.

Following this success I cannot wait to tackle some of the delicious summer salads and will definitely be making my own yoghurt soon. Most importantly its made me fall back in love with vegetarian cookery and for that alone it is worth the cost.

Its also worth noting it has a great list of basic things like salsa verde and mayonnaise for those who have not tried making their own before and I really admire the make it from scratch because its easy and worth it attitude of the book

Lovely graphic, nicely photographed and professional friendly style of writing through ou.

Brilliant but I would recommend to the relatively competent cook who knows what they can substitute. I think if you were less experienced you may be daunted by some recipes.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Gift purchase
My sister is a vegetarian, and was bored by a number of vegetarian cookbooks that really only offered vegetable based side-dishes, rather than complete 'meals'. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Lily Emery
5.0 out of 5 stars great veggie book
Focuses on vegetables rather than meat substitutes. Love Alice Hart, love her recipes..great photos which inspire to get cooking with vegetables and not miss the meat.
Published 3 months ago by Poppy Girl
5.0 out of 5 stars Inspirational book for anyone wanting to extend their vegetarian...
I love this book. I'm an omnivore who eats a lot of vegetarian food and has many vegetarian friends so it's great to have a book that has helped me extend my repertoire. Read more
Published 7 months ago by purpleheart
4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice
Very nice book, it has beautiful pictures, and some extremely tasty looking recipies. the only negative thing is that if you are not very confident in the kitchen, some recipies... Read more
Published 10 months ago by Dinaz Sulemanji
5.0 out of 5 stars Just leafing through book makes me want to head for the kitchen.
This is a generously-sized book. One thing this does is to give the illustrations the space they deserve to communicate the deliciousness and texture of the finished dishes. Read more
Published 11 months ago by M. Hadfield
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book
Just different way of writing about healthy and tasty food. Very approachable, motivating and fun way! Happy reading and cooking!
Published 12 months ago by aleksandra
5.0 out of 5 stars Another cook book but this one is special
Being a vegetarian need never be boring again. This book is brilliant , so many excellent recipes using seasonal ingredients . Read more
Published 12 months ago by PDP Hope
5.0 out of 5 stars the best veggie cook book ! Buy it !
This really is the best veggie cook book is my vast collection. So far I haves tried 4 recipes, all totally amazing, my favourite dish so far has to be the parsnip sage and... Read more
Published 15 months ago by Jo
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it!
This is a fantastic book which I came across by chance whilst shopping for more a more glamorous hardback cookbook. Read more
Published 21 months ago by bighomebird
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I really wanted to like this book, as it's beautifully edited. I was however quite disappointed with the recipes that I have tried as they turned out mostly somewhat bland or... Read more
Published 21 months ago by Arthur
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