>> Monday, November 24, 2014
If you don’t follow on Facebook, I shared last night that we finally figured out our Thanksgiving menu in full! I’m incredibly excited to start cooking. I had to run out for a few things at the store last night (bananas, milk, etc.) and cannot believe the crowds. Did you guys do your holiday meal shopping yet?
Hopefully our vegetarian fare won’t be gobbled up before we stock it.
ISA CHANDRA MOSKOWITZ
OH SHE GLOWS
Angela did a great job with The Oh She Glows cookbook. (Here’s my review, in case you missed it.) I find myself consistently paging through to find good recipes, but I think my favorite part is the homemade pantry section in the back. I linked to her walnut + lentil loaf above, but the one I’m using for Thanksgiving actually comes from the cookbook.
The book (and blog) -- The Forest Feast -- is actually new to me, and I put it on my Christmas list this year. What I like is how simple the recipe are. Each requires only a few ingredients, which I think makes this book perfect for busy weeknights. And it may sound silly, but I also like all the watercolor illustrations.
I don’t think a cookbook list is complete without something from Mark Bittman, right? His straightforwardly titled How To Cook Everything Vegetarian is surely a classic for new and old veggies alike. Plus, it’s quite comprehensive with over 2,000 recipes!
What cookbooks are on your holiday lists this year?
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