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The vegetarian epicure by Anna Thomas (1972-05-12)


The vegetarian epicure by Anna Thomas (1972-05-12)

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  • By Guest on 28 April 2017

    yeah it was good

  • By F. Baker on 18 November 2010

    The Vegetarian Epicureby Anna Thomasis an excellent book, unusual among cookery books in that now and then you get little snippets of information that some other cook books leave out - like the fact that using a copper bowl to whisk egg whites is a good idea because the slight acidity of the copper causes a chemical reaction which helps to stabilise the whites, stopping them from separating (and that cream of tartar does the same job - if you have no copper bowl) the entire book is sprinkled with ideas, information, little stories, and flooded with a rampant cornucopia of scrumptious, delectable, edible treats.The illustrations by Julie Maas are a lovely added flavour giving a carefree feeling throughout the entire book.My absolute favourite recipes have to be:1. Potato Peel Broth - or as I prefer: Garbage Broth, both for its tongue in cheek alternative name and its great taste.and2. Garlic Broth, which to my delight uses an entire Bulb of Garlic, and yet is a gentle delicate flavour.I've have had this book for many years and recently repurchased another copy simply because my last copy was falling apart, it was used so much.

  • By Pema on 13 March 2010

    I'm currently on my third copy of this, her original cookbook and now have the American edition (Has additional recipes to the UK one!).I also have her later books, which are used regularly.When I first becam vegetarian in the late 60s there were hardly any vegetarian recipe books and this one really caught my imagination. There are still recipes in there that I cook by heart or just think of and then adapt according to what I have. I may not use it (or any cookbook) daily or even weekly, but it's great to look through, and knowing that I still have the definitive recipe for cheese blintzes is a very comforting thing. Anna Thomas was a real ground-breaker with this book and it still works nearly 40 years on.

  • By Sarah on 2 December 2009

    This was my first ever cookery book back in 1983 and I still love it. The sweetcorn and cheddar cheese chowder is to die for and the nut cake has won huge numbers of fans! I just love the food in this book. I am no great fan of eggs but have never found that a problem. I didn't take to the second book as much as the first. I have used this book regularly for dinner parties as well..I love the way the author talks about the food and her discovery of various recipes..

  • By Kindle Customer on 12 February 2012

    A retro classic! Revisiting the Vegetarian Epicure was like meeting an old friend. The recipes stand up today and my favourite, Italian Mushroom casserole, was itself worth the purchase. I'd forgotten there were so many recipes for bread and, as a born-again breadmaker, was delighted.Fabulous veggie food. Try it!

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