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by Mollie Katzen

eBook The Moosewood Cookbook: Recipes from Moosewood Restaurant, Ithaca, New York download ISBN: 0913668680
Author: Mollie Katzen
Publisher: Ten Speed Press; First Paperback Edition edition (October 1, 1977)
Language: English
Pages: 248
ePub: 1722 kb
Fb2: 1744 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Vegetarian and Vegan

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The Moosewood Cookbook has inspired generations to cook simple, healthy, and seasonal food. Yes, there are newer and more gourmet vegetarian cookbooks out there. A classic listed as one of the top ten best-selling cookbooks of all time by the Ne w York Times. After trying recipes from several of those and having many disappointed reactions from my vegetarian daughter and the rest of the family, I decided to go back to this classic. Yes the recipes are often higher in fat and have some seemingly odd and definitely not gourmet flavor profiles.

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A classic. Healthy made-from-scratch recipes from Moosewood Restaurant, Ithaca, New York. Charmingly compiled, edited, illustrated and hand-lettered by Mollie Katzen, who also provides the introduction. She also lists the people that she credits with sharing the creation of the book.
Comments: (7)
Hono
I love the Moosewood Cookbook. My copy of the 1977 edition is tattered, taped up and multi-stained.

When the 15th anniversary edition came out, I bought it so I could have a nice, not-falling-apart copy. Even though the cover stated "New Revised Edition". Unfortunately, the recipes had been edited, mostly to remove fat. Some recipes were gone altogether (e.g. Pakora and Tempura Vegetables). Others had eggs and cheese completely or partially replaced by other extra flavors; "Cheese Beans" became "Tart and Tangy Baked Beans", with cheese optional, an extra apple, plus molasses and cider vinegar. I tried both and liked the first much, much better, as with other recipe edits.

I bought this 40th anniversary edition for the same reason I bought the 15th. Unfortunately, there was no warning on the cover that I was getting the revised recipes. This isn't the 40th anniversary edition of the original Moosewood Cookbook, it's the 25th anniversary edition of the 15th anniversary edition.

I wish I could get a new copy of the original book.
Whitebeard
If your old Moosewood Cookbook is tattered and falling apart, as the author discusses at the start of this updated version, hold onto all your favorite recipes from the old version. I was amazed to discover how many of my favorites had been altered like Gado Gado and Indonesian Rice Salad. I'm not saying that the new version might not be good but as an old hippie from the 1970's, I loved so many of these dishes as originally written. So now I have gone through my old cookbook and torn out the pages from my stained, tattered, taped together version and stuck my favorites in with the page with the updated version. Perhaps I will blend the two version. Perhaps I will just use the old one. But be aware that there are many serious changes to the recipes for your old favorites!!
Umi
Yes, there are newer and more gourmet vegetarian cookbooks out there. After trying recipes from several of those and having many disappointed reactions from my vegetarian daughter and the rest of the family, I decided to go back to this classic. Yes the recipes are often higher in fat and have some seemingly odd and definitely not gourmet flavor profiles. But you know what? My daughter and I made three recipes from here so far and they were all winners. The Zuccanoes (stuffed with brown rice, cheese, hot sauce, worcestershire, sauteed veggies and pumpkin seeds), the layered Eggplant Parmesan (deliciously browned) and the extra-nutty Pesto were all delicious. We'll be going back to those and trying more. I'd rather have a recipe that tastes delicious and needs tweaking for nutrition, than one that is healthy and lacks flavor. These are family style recipes, rather than restaurant style recipes, and like family recipes you can easily adjust them to ingredients you have on hand or your own tastes. But the combinations and ideas are a good place to get started, especially for those, like me, who didn't grow up with vegetarian cooking. The cooking temps and times have been spot on to get the items to the proper doneness and consistency, and all have protein in the form of nuts, cheese, and or legumes.
Stylish Monkey
I am an omnivore and I love this cook book. The presentation is lovely and the recipes are delicious.
The recipes well written and easy to follow. This cook book has been in print with revised additions for the past 30 years and I recommend it to anyone who would is interested in having fun making tasty vegetable dishes. The photo of the prepared dishes are beautiful.
Dobpota
This was a gift for a friend. I love my Moosewood Cookbook that I have owned for many years. This one came with more recipes that mine. I hope my friend gets as much use out of hers as I do mine.
Anarawield
Another classic cookbook. I wore out the original paperback book, and am delighted to own a hardback copy now. Many favorite recipes here, especially the soups. I don't notice too many changes in the anniversary edition from the original. Some of the recipes are more complicated than I want to use for everyday cooking, but fabulous for special dinners.
Gajurus
My nephew was looking for vegetarian cook books (he is new to eating this way) this has some good recipes. I love that there is a pantry list to give ideas of what to keep in the house to help prepare and cook the foods
Made one recipe so far, Szechaun Eggplant, and it was worth the cost of the cookbook already. A lot of good, old school recipes that can mostly be made with existing ingredients in the kitchen.