Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be Vegan)

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Hardie Grant Publishing, Nov 1, 2016 - Cooking - 208 pages
<p>Many people believe veganism is a trend, that all vegan food tastes the same, boring, bland way and, above all, that it is uncreative, not filling and lacks flavour. Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse from celebrated restaurant Smith &amp; Daughters don&rsquo;t! In this their first cookbook <em>Smith &amp; Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be</em> <em>Vegan) </em>they ignore convention in favour of plant-based innovation in the kitchen.<br />&nbsp;<br />Across 7 chapters, including big plates, small plates, salads, sweets, dressings and drinks, <em>Smith &amp; Daughters</em> offers 80+ delicious vegan recipes with a Spanish twist to recreate at home. From &lsquo;chorizo&rsquo; and potato, Spanish &lsquo;meatballs&rsquo; in a saffron almond sauce, chipotle cashew &lsquo;cheese&rsquo;, &lsquo;tuna&rsquo; and green pea croquettes to warm Spanish doughnuts or spiced Mexican flan, the recipes give new inventive life to classics that will appeal to meat and vegetarian eaters alike.<br />&nbsp;<br />Forget your preconceptions of vegan food. In<em> Smith &amp; Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be Vegan)</em> Shannon and Mo are here to challenge them all. Their aim is for people to experience delicious plant-based food the way it should be: big, bold, flavourful, noteworthy and celebration-worthy.<br />&nbsp;</p>



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