Cookouts Veggie Style!: 225 Backyard Favorites - Full of Flavor, Free of Meat

Cookouts Veggie Style!: 225 Backyard Favorites - Full of Flavor, Free of Meat

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by Jolinda Hackett
     
 

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Hamburgers, hot dogs, and barbecue ribs.

Sounds like the perfect all-American cookout—unless you're a vegetarian. With more people adopting a mainly vegetarian diet, the choices might seem limited for all those great outdoor parties. Whether it's a barbecue or a picnic in the park, it's time to get creative with meatless summer meals! Inside are

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Hamburgers, hot dogs, and barbecue ribs.

Sounds like the perfect all-American cookout—unless you're a vegetarian. With more people adopting a mainly vegetarian diet, the choices might seem limited for all those great outdoor parties. Whether it's a barbecue or a picnic in the park, it's time to get creative with meatless summer meals! Inside are mouthwatering recipes such as:

  • Grilled Seitan with Apple Salsa
  • Creole Slaw
  • Grilled Eggplant Panini
  • Halloumi Skewers with Parsley & Lemon Salsa
  • Barley Burgers on Rye Bread
Forget boring Boca burgers and bland pasta salad! This book shows you how to make delicious, unique, and fresh vegetarian meals so you'll never miss the burgers and dogs again!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440512407
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
05/18/2011
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author


Jolinda Hackett has been vegetarian for nearly twenty years and a vegan for almost ten. She is the About.com Guide to Vegetarian Food and the author of The Everything Vegan Cookbook.

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Cookouts Veggie Style!: 225 Backyard Favorites - Full of Flavor, Free of Meat 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Marcy Pivin More than 1 year ago
It shouldn't be advertised as a free "book" when it isnt a full download. False advertising!
lisae68 More than 1 year ago
If you are giving something away, you need to allow the whole thing to download. Otherwise, make it just a sample-which is what this is.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
According to the first five reviews, this download is not complete, so not going to bother. Thanks folks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book incomplete. False advertising. Doesn't even give you a opportunity to buy the complete book on the Nook.
ktn7 More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful book. It had me drooling just reading the recipes. I'm not a vegetarian but that's no reason not to try all the mouthwatering recipes. The quesidillas were a hit at our July 4th BBQ. No one was a vegetarian but they gobbled them all up and there were only crumbs for me. Fortunately they're a breeze to make so I can rustle up another batch in no time. I think the confusion about the page numbers is because the paper book contains photos and the ebook doesn't. It is a complete book. All the recipes are there.
Joanne Shabazian More than 1 year ago
I am not a vegetarian, but my kids are. It is great to find recipes they can enjoy. I am looking forward to trying many of these myself, as a healthier alternative to plain grilled burgers. About the page numbers, it really isn't much of a problem, I just bookmarked the recipes I want to try so I can find them easier later. One note on the "graham cracker sandwich" recipe...we have never been able to find gelatin-free marshmallows but my girls have discovered that marshmallow fluff is gelatin-free and works just as well for smores. (Fluff is made with egg whites, so I wouldn't suggest it for a vegan diet)
gardeningfriend More than 1 year ago
Upon first download you had the book. Going back to read through it for recipes the next day I am still waiting for it to download. Promptness is not it's strong characteristic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I should probly leave. Bye
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I borrowed this ebook from a freind, so I didn't have some of the issues some readers have had. The book was mostly about preparing food at your bbq's for your "vegetinarian friends". I am not veg (yet), but I am aware of special diet concerns. Is it any different to ask " are you allergic to seafood or meat?" The recipes just did not appeal to me. They seemed more like warming up raw food just to"include" your veg. friends.
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