On the search for delicious vegan dishes? Wishing to create a weekend inspired by farmhouse favorites? These delicious recipe books will introduce you to a variety of dishes from country treats to vegan delights to five-ingredient dinners. You’ll go from learning about food webs to the history of veganism to thought-provoking essays about food in these great reads that will be sure to spice up every night in the kitchen.
Farm production in America continues to increase while the net farm income is now considered lower than when the Great Depression began. Statistics say that one out of eight Americans struggles with hunger which is why Building Community Food Webs focuses on the civic networks that are made up of grassroots food and farming leaders. These leaders band together to activate a plan that will engage farmers, organizations, and residents with low incomes. The aim of these networks is to create communities that are stronger and a food web that will inspire the community to empower themselves. Ken Meter will show how these food webs will provide opportunities to build connections between each other, better farming practices, achieve better health, start a new path for the future, and how to strengthen economic trade. This book will address the challenges the leaders and activists striving to create these food webs face.
California Vegan is a delicious book that consists of vegan recipes from Sharon Palmer with each one focusing on local produce. This unique recipe book will showcase the culture and history of California while also delving into what Palmer calls plant-based pioneers. California Vegan delves into the origins of veganism which started within the state of California and will explore the innovations that have been discovered. This stunning history that Palmer explores delves into the beginnings of veganism in the 1970s to modern startups in the Silicon Valley with all the fun of veggie trends that are savory, delicious, and healthy. Palmer delivers a dream book for vegans seeking new recipes while also serving as an introduction for those new to veganism. The book consists of 100 recipes that are all plant-based and even consists of original photography as well as including nutritional information.
The goal of the recipe book is to allow you to keep meals simple as Bobby Parrish delivers easy and quick recipes for any kind of cook in the kitchen. The recipes you’ll find in the book include only five ingredients and options that range from snacks to dinner dishes. Not only are these recipes said to be delicious but they’re also healthy for you and your family. A perfect quick solution for those that don’t have much time to spare in the kitchen after and can cook up something easy in no time. The prep work for the recipes takes place right in the grocery store with the book telling you how to go about smarter grocery shopping. You will learn how to pick the best ingredients for your meals with 50 delicious recipes that make 5 Ingredient Meals the best book to turn to for advice on cooking and insight into smarter grocery shopping.
This recipe book is for everyone that loves country life and wants to invoke that feel-good lifestyle in the kitchen. These recipes create what Melissa Bahen calls the perfect farmhouse weekend with each recipe coming straight from Bahen’s own experiences. These country experiences influenced the delicious meals and tasty treats within the recipe book from apple picking in the fall to picking berries in the summer with treats that range from apple cider doughnuts to a buttery cobbler. The recipes found within the pages of the delicious recipe book include white bean chili, biscuits, and homemade strawberry freezer jam. You’ll find these recipes and more in Farmhouse Weekends which consists of 65 recipes that are perfect for every season.
Cook, Eat, Repeat is a combination of delicious recipes and thought-provoking essays about food from Nigella Lawson. The writing style is engaging and insightful with wisdom that comes straight from Lawson’s experiences with food and life. The recipes are perfect for every season and for every taste with dishes that include Burnt Onion and Eggplant Dip, Cherry and Almond Crumble, Beetroot Yogurt Sauce, Chicken with Garlic Cream Sauce, Rhubarb and Custard Trifle, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake. The recipes range from solo suppers to family meals to vegan dishes with Lawson weaving in personal favorites. Whether you’re looking for a savory snack, a healthy meal, or a delicious dessert, Cook, Eat, Repeat is perfect for the cook looking to try something new in the kitchen.