I just made Kim's Red Radish Tabbouleh, Garlic Broccoli from("Breaking the food seduction" by Dr. Neal Barnard. Yum. I made homemade hummus and warm whole wheat pita. I am so stuffed but in a good way!
TKD: The Kind Diet This is Alicia's book with great advice & recipes for vegans, "flirts" & "superheroes." I've been waiting for over a week & a half for mine to arrive--I'm so anxious--crossing my fingers it arrives today! I saw another discussion awhile ago with a lot of great suggestions vegan for cookbooks. Check under Forums, & probably Cooking Help.
STOP MAKIN' ME HUNGRY - LOLOL!! :-D Just teasin', guys, that all sounds brilliant - as ever, soooooooooo VERY many tremendous ideas from the book and beyond. I wanna clone myself and devote at least one of me to trying recipes, ha!
ps - the kabocha squash soup = amazing!! I made quinoa with cashews and basil and parsley - also very good! I made a variation of the radicchio pizza in the vegan section - I used an ezekiel tortilla instead of pizza crust and it was pretty good - I think I cooked it a little too long though because it was kind of bitter - anyone else know much about it?
I find it to be softer and really good. So when I stuck it under the broiler to toast it was good. Also, I made a great variation for Alicia's superhero "thin mushrooms pizza" recipe that's great for superheroes. Instead of a tofu cream, I refried my own beans (pinto) and spread it onto the toasted tortilla and topped it with the 3 mushrooms and chopped up cabbage. So it turned out to be a yummy taco salad :D