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“What brings us to the kitchen is hunger, hunger for food, hunger to feed others. What brings us to the kitchen is love, conviviality, connection—we’re finding a place at the table of life. No simple matter to bring forth food, no simple matter to receive nourishment. Beginning where we are, utilizing our gifts, working with our hindrances, the way to be a cook is to start cooking.”—Edward Espe Brown

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  1. The Native Foods Restaurant Cookbook

    The Native Foods Restaurant Cookbook

    • by
    • Tanya Petrovna
    When people ask Tanya Petrovna, “Are you a strict vegetarian?” she replies, “No, I’m a fun vegetarian!” The visionary behind the Native Foods chain of restaurants, Tanya is known for creating cuisine that is nutritious, organic, compassionate, and delicious. Now you can make her best recipes at home, including Mecca Azteca Salad: quinoa and romaine topped with fresh avocado, jicama, cucumber, and mango lime vinaigrette… Read More

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  2. The Tassajara Recipe Book

    The Tassajara Recipe Book

    • by
    • Edward Espe Brown
    In a friendly and informal style, Ed Brown presents the recipes that have made the kitchen at the Tassajara Zen Center famous for more than thirty years. "Ordinary food for ordinary people" is the way Brown once described his approach, but there's nothing ordinary about these culinary offerings. From appetizers to desserts, the over two hundred recipes use the freshest ingredients in ways that will tantalize the palates of everyone… Read More

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  3. The Lhasa Moon Tibetan Cookbook

    The Lhasa Moon Tibetan Cookbook

    • by
    • Tsering Wangmo,
    • Zara Houshmand
    Located on Lombard Street in San Francisco's Marina District, Lhasa Moon is one of the finest Tibetan restaurants in the West. A unique mix of Asian influences and Tibetan regional ones, its cuisine delights vegetarians and meat lovers alike. This cookbook of the restaurant's most popular dishes includes recipes for soups, snacks and appetizers, the famous Tibetan momos, popular noodle dishes, tsampa and breads, sweets, and beverages. It also provides… Read More

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  4. Greek Vegetarian Cookery

    Greek Vegetarian Cookery

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    • Jack Santa Maria
    From appetizers to cakes and desserts, these recipes combine the freshest ingredients—whole grain flour, olive oil, lemons, yogurt and cheese, wild herbs, among others—in ways that will tantalize the palates of both vegetarians and lovers of traditional Greek food. To complement the 200 recipes, the author outlines religious, historical, and other influences on Greek cuisine. He also relates anecdotes of his life in Greece and accounts of folk customs there.… Read More

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  5. Tassajara Cooking

    Tassajara Cooking

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    • Edward Espe Brown
    When it was first issued, Tassajara Cooking became an overnight classic. Ed Brown's recipes for cooking—for learning to appreciate all the steps involved in making a meal, from selecting the ingredients to serving the finished dish—struck a chord with people who care about food and nutrition. This groundbreaking book, in a completely redesigned format, is just as timely and relevant today, more than thirty years later.… Read More

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  6. Traditional Indian Cookery

    Traditional Indian Cookery

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    • Jack Santa Maria
    Here is a superb collection of recipes from across the Indian subcontinent. Each step in preparing Indian food is explained, in a simple manner that will produce delicious results. Recipes from many regions of India are presented. The author also provides a brief history of Indian culture, which explains the eating habits in different historical periods and how these are reflected in modern Indian cuisine. Recipes for Indian spices… Read More

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