232 pages, 9.99 × 6.99 × 0.7 in
February 11, 2011
Second Story Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0929005805
ISBN - 13: 9780929005805
From the Publisher
Looking for nutritious, deliciously varied and easy meals? Whether you’re already a vegetarian or just want to introduce more healthful cooking into your meal planning, Nettie’s Vegetarian Kitchen is the perfect book for you.
Expert chef and teacher Nettie Cronish has been changing the face of food preparation for many years. Pairing flavourful ingredients with simple instructions, she emphasizes the use of fresh herbs, vegetables and fruits in all her meals. Recipes for a rich variety of appetizers, soups and salads, main dishes and desserts are supplemented by: a nutritional analysis of every recipe providing accurate caloric, protein, fat and carbohydrate amounts; instructions on how to set up a natural foods kitchen; and useful information about ingredients and cooking methods.
Fun to read and to use, Nettie’s Vegetarian Kitchen takes the best of many cuisines and presents a whole new way of cooking.
About the Author
In her varied career as a cook Nettie Cronish has been a health spa chef, the owner of a vegetarian frozen food company, a consultant and a founding member of the Women’s Culinary Network. A respected chef and teacher, she and her recipes have been featured in magazines, newspapers, on radio and television. She lives with her family in Toronto.
From Our Editors
If you're looking for deliciously nutritious, varied and easy meals, Nettie's Vegetarian Kitchen is the book for you. Expert chef and teacher Nettie Cronish pairs flavourful ingredients with simple instructions and emphasizes the use of fresh herbs, vegetables and fruits in all her meals. Also included is a nutritional analysis of each recipe, instructions on how to set up a natural foods kitchen and useful information about ingredients and cooking methods.
From oyster mushrooms to tofu, Nettie’s cuisine joyously embraces a breadth of traditions from classic to New Age. Too many vegetarian cooks renounce aesthetics in favor of culinary correctness - not Nettie!