Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant: Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the Legendary Restaurant

Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant: Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the Legendary RestaurantSince Its Opening In , Moosewood Restaurant In Ithaca, New York, Has Been Synonymous With Creative Cuisine With A Healthful, Vegetarian EmphasisEach Sunday At Moosewood Restaurant, Diners Experience A New Ethnic Or Regional Cuisine, Sometimes Exotic, Sometimes Familiar From The Highlands And Grasslands Of Africa To The Lush Forests Of Eastern Europe, From The Sun Drenched Hills Of Provence To The Mountains Of South America, The Inventive Cooks Have Drawn Inspiration For These Delicious Adaptations Of Traditional RecipesIncluding A Section On Cross Cultural Menu Planning As Well As An Extensive Guide To Ingredients, Techniques, And Equipment, Sundays At Moosewood Restaurant Offers A Taste For Every PalateMoosewood Restaurant Is Run By A Group Of Eighteen People Who Rotate Through The Jobs Necessary To Make A Restaurant Work They Plan Menus, Set Long Term Goals, And Wash PotsMoosewood Restaurant Contributes % Of Its Profits From The Sale Of This Book To The Eritrean Relief Fund, Which Provides Food And Humanitarian Assistance To The Eritrean PeopleMoosewood Restaurant Supports % For Peace, An Organization Working To Persuade The Government To Redirect % Of The Defense Department Budget Towards Programs That Create And Maintain Peace In Positive Ways

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  • Paperback
  • 736 pages
  • Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant: Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the Legendary Restaurant
  • Carolyn B. Mitchell
  • English
  • 19 February 2018
  • 9780671679903

10 thoughts on “Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant: Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the Legendary Restaurant

  1. says:

    Nice solid cookbook Moosewood Collective was an innovative force in vegetarian hippie cuisine in my youth and I enjoyed this later attempt to vegetarianize ethnic and regional cuisines This incarnation is also pescetarian with several fine fish and shellfish offerings I didn t like the Southern regional recipes at the end as much try The Grit Cookbook World Wise, Down Home Recipes.

  2. says:

    Lots of super delicious and fun recipes There is one dish in here, Transylvanian Stew or something, that if you cook it following the specific Moosewood instructions you have to use every single pot, pan, bowl, spoon, cup, cutting board, measuring device, grater, blender, press, mill and dehydrator that you own and some you had to borrow from your neighbor.So the running joke is, i guess if you re from Transylvania you can dirty every dish you own and not care because you ll probably be dead by morning And in the morning if you haven t been killed by a vampire you re so happy you don t mind spending six hours washing up.

  3. says:

    I was given this cookbook in college by a friend, and I ve made many yummy dishes from it over the years However, it hasn t stood the test of time for me The compilation of recipes from different regions makes it a bit scattered, with no core set of ingredients that you can buy then have on hand This isn t a cookbook that you can browse with whatever happens to be in the fridge and find one that fits it s one you pick a recipe from then buy specialty ingredients for If you don t have many cookbooks, but enjoy a wide variety of flavors, this is a good buy and easily found used If you have a larger collection, you might find it loosing ground to other cookbooks that go in depth into a particular cuisine or that features recipes that use ingredients commonly found in a well stocked pantry.

  4. says:

    If you are vegetarian, this a good but not great collection I will not be keeping it.

  5. says:

    First off, this book is HUGE Recipes are separated by chef and cuisine by country region culture British Isles, Jewish, Provence, etc There are sections about menu planning, ingredients techniques, and a reading list at the end of the book A sampling of favorite recipes creamy corn soup, Wynelle s pot pie, stuffed eggplant Proven al, scones.

  6. says:

    This book has SUCH a wide variety of world wide recipes that when I first found it at a second hand bookstore, I wasn t sure where to start I have slowly begun picking my way through it over the past year or two, and every single recipe I have tried is delicious than the last Since these are regional recipes very specific to the areas they come from there are lots of unusual spices and food combinations, but each chapter goes into great detail to not only explain anything out the ordinary, but also the origin of such recipes in their home countries These tidbits are educational but can be easily skipped over if one is only interested in the recipes Part of what I love about all Moosewood books is the idiot proof factor no matter how amateur you may feel as a cook, they make sure the recipes are simplified and well explained, with proportions well thought out, and anyone can make them If you re looking for some new ideas, this is the book for you

  7. says:

    I love this cookbook Utterly and completely Almost as much as I love the great friends that loaned it to us while they are on an exciting life adventure I have always enjoyed the Moosewood cookbooks but this one really brings it all together offering a huge variety of tried and true vegetarian recipes that use all the best ingredients from around the world They don t expect you to have an entire arsenal of exotic ingredients, though it certainly wouldn t hurt Every recipe I try, I savor and dream about At the end of summer I found five different recipes of late harvest stews from around the world that used similar ingredients in a nuanced way that made each soup or stew it s own journey to a land where the native vegetables sing their own particular bouquet For savvy users of vegetables, spices and somewhat exotic grains, this is a must have

  8. says:

    This cookbook is amazing There is so much cultural information here, it s a joy to read The recipes I ve tried so far are also delicious and easy to follow if labor intensive.I made the Brown Bread from the Macedonian section savory and delicious I also made the Red Pottage from the British Isles section, which is also yummy if a mess to make with an immersion blender they recommend a blender, so it s not their fault I also made it a little easier on myself and did parts of this in the slow cooker I think the whole thing could easily be done in the slow cooker if you sauteed the onions and celery before adding to the pot.

  9. says:

    Great cookbook

  10. says:

    A fantastic cookbook from a fantastic source Moosewood books are full of interesting, beautiful, delicious recipes using fresh and wholesome vegetarian ingredients, and occasional seafood recipes They are well written, with good instructions, educational explanations, and personal touches They don t usually have pictures, but trust me, you don t have to see pictures to know these recipes will be good Moosewood Sundays is a collection of ethnic regional menus, with each section written by a person very knowledgeable about that particular cuisine This has a great collection of not often seen cuisines, such as British, West African, Eastern European, etc I have cooked numerous recipes from this book and have never been disappointed Because this is a collection of recipes from the Moosewood Restaurant s special Sunday dinners, they do tend to take time effort to prepare, but if you have the time, it s completely worth it.

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