Blogging Saveur: Best Vintage Vegetarian Cookbooks

Blogging Saveur: Best Vintage Vegetarian Cookbooks

Chris Phillips
Mar 28, 2008
The April issue of Saveur includes reviews of new and vintage vegetarian cookbooks. There are so many new cookbooks out every year, and we often feel overwhelmed with choices. It's refreshing to turn to classics, the cookbooks that have stood the test of time. Here are some of Saveur's vintage vegetarian picks... • The New Cookery by Lenna Frances CooperThe Vegetarian Epicure by Anna ThomasMadhur Jaffrey's World-of-the-East, Vegetarian Cooking by Madhur JaffreyThe Savory Way by Deborah MadisonThe Vegetarian Hearth by Darra Goldstein Do you agree with these picks? What are your favorite vegetarian cookbooks? Here are some of our current favorite vegetarian cookbooks. Also make sure to check out the rest of our April Saveur coverage... • More-With-Less - Not strictly vegetarian, but absolutely a must-have classic for its treatment of whole grains and practical, family-friendly less-meat and meatless meals. • Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone - Well-used, well-loved. • Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen - Also not strictly vegetarian, but a great resource for eating veggies close to home. • Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything Vegetarian More Cookbook Coverage from The KitchnGood Question: Resources for Going Vegetarian?What is Your Favorite New Cookbook?Fix it And Forget It: The Cookbooks Americans LoveReaders' Favorite New Cookbooks
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