Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking

Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking

by Mary McCartney
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Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I felt like I did something indulgent for myself by just spending a few minutes flipping through the pages and enjoying the photography. Once I started actually paying attention to the recipes, I wasn't disappointed. There are a few recipes that are a little obvious (quesadillas), but some that are very unique and have quickly become household favorites for us. It's a beautiful book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved Mary's new cookbook Food. The pictures are amazing, I felt I was in the garden with her picking strawberries. I have only made one receipe thus far, the asparagus tart...changed boiled asparagus to roasted and the time for the dough to 350 degrees instead of 325 degrees..amazing...thank you Mary for sharing your mom's recipes.
cashNcarry More than 1 year ago
I bought this book for my granddaughter in Washington State. She is a Beatle fanatic and a vegan. She loved it. Ellen Lyon
tommylane More than 1 year ago
This vegetarian cookbook is very good. I, especially like the pictures. I am looking forward to trying some of the recipes. I got a chance to meet Mary McCartney at the Union Square NYC book signing. She's very down to earth and pleasant. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is more than a cookbook, it is almost a memoir, photograph album, and instruction manual on using what's available to make unfussy, yummy food. Mary McCartney (one of musician Paul and photographer Linda's daughters) grew up in a vegetarian household, so that's what she knows. But this book isn't a manifesto for vegetarianism or against meat, it is simply a collectiin of recipes she uses for her family and friends, which simply happen to be vegetarian. With most of the recipes the absence of meat doesn't take away from the deliciousness, and there are many that, if you wish to do so, can have meat added in. It should be noted this is NOT a vegan cookbook - recipes use butter, eggs, honey, milk, etc. But what makes this cookbook special is reading about Mary's relationship with her family, and how she learned to cook from her parents - rarely going shopping for special ingredients to make one recipe but, rather, using what was available in the pantry or the garden at the time to make something simple yet delicious. Many of the recipes included in the book weren't originally written down - they were always the "a bit of this, a little of that" type. As someone who has never been that kind of cook, this book inspires me to try and be a little more easy-going in the kitchen (and not freak out if I forgot to get bean sprouts or something a recipe calls for).
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Free sample, what a waste of space, just lots of family pictures NOT EV