Authors: Terry Hope Romero & Isa Chandra Moskowitz · Subject: Cookbooks
Who knew vegetables could taste so good? Moskowitz and Romero’s newest delicious collection makes it easier than ever to live vegan. You’ll find more than 250 recipes–plus menus and stunning color photos–for dishes that will please every palate. All the recipes in Veganomicon have been thoroughly kitchen-tested to ensure user-friendliness and amazing results.
And by popular demand, the Veganomicon includes meals for all occasions and soy-free, gluten-free, and low-fat options, plus quick recipes that make dinner a snap.
- Autumn Latkes
- Samosa Stuffed Baked Potatoes
- Grilled Yuca Tortillas
- Baby Bok Choy with Crispy Shallots
- Chile-Cornmeal Crusted Tofu Po’ Boy
- Roasted Eggplant and Spinach Muffuletta
- Jicama-Watercress-Avocado Salad with Spicy Citrus Vinaigrette
- Acorn Squash, Pear and Adzuki Soup
- Tomato Rice Soup with Roasted Garlic and Navy Beans
- Asparagus and Lemongrass Risotto
- Almost All-American Seitan Pot Pie
- Hot Sauce-Glazed Tempeh
- Black Eyed Pea Collard Rolls
- Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti
- Pumpkin Crumb Cake with Pecan Streusel
… and many more.
About the Authors
Isa Chandra Moskowitz is a Brooklyn native who began her vegan cooking journey over 20 years ago. She’s inspired by New York City’s cuisine from all over the world, as well as her own Jewish heritage, and loves to fuse the two. She is the creator of the Post Punk Kitchen and author of vegan cookbooks, including Isa Does It, Appetite for Reduction and co-author of Veganomicon, and Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World.
Terry Hope Romero is co-author with Isa Chandra Moscowitz of bestselling vegan cookbooks, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, Veganomicon and Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar. Terry is a columnist for VegNews’s Hot Urban Eats, has made appearances and lead seminars at vegetarian food conferences across North America. She and Isa hosted the public access vegan cooking show The Post Punk Kitchen and were featured in the New York Times and National Public Radio.
“[This] unassuming book is full of recipes for which even a carnivore would give up a night of meat.” – San Francisco Chronicle
“Very likely the mother of all vegan cookbooks…A vegetarian chef’s idea of perfect reading material. The book’s nearly 300 pages are filled with hundreds of recipes, cooking advice, ingredient info, and heaps of humor making it a joy to read, as well as to cook with…Definitely a must-have for the vegan who really loves their food.” – DKMommySpot.com
“The only vegan cookbook you’ll ever need.” – Salt Lake Tribune
“[The] magnum opus of vegan cookery.” – Atlanta Journal Constitution
“If there’s such thing as a vegan Bible, this is it.” – The Independent (UK)
“Starred Review. While most vegan cookbooks are anemic, underfed volumes-some no-brainer pasta recipes, a few things to do with tofu, maybe some oddball desserts-this slam-bang effort from vegan chefs Moskowitz and Romero (Vegan with a Vengeance) is thorough and robust, making admirable use of every fruit and vegetable under the sun, without once asking readers to make do with fake meat products and egg replacements. Instead, the eccentric authors offer dozens of novel, delicious ways to get excited about eating meat-, dairy- and egg-free. Take Southwestern Corn Pudding, a winning casserole rich with coconut milk and an unexpected dash of maple syrup-a likely MVP at your next Thanksgiving (whether it’s centered around turkey or tofu). Almost as addictive are Rustic White Beans and Mushrooms, which get their bite from fresh herbs, and Lentils and Rice with Caramelized Onions and Spiced Pita Crisps, a transcendent Middle Eastern comfort food. Vegan breakfasts get overdue attention: sitting in front of a hot stack of velvety Blueberry Corn Pancakes and hearty Blue Flannel Hash, who’s going to miss the bacon? Best of all is the wide selection of terrific desserts: everything from Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies to decadent Caramel-Apple-Spice Cupcakes boldy fill the space where most eggless, milkless and butterless cookbooks fear to tread.” – Publishers Weekly