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Author: Pamela Sheldon
ISBN13: 978-0848726195
Title: Vegetarian for All Seasons (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles)
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Language: English
Category: Cooking by Ingredient
Publisher: Leisure Arts (March 1, 2003)
Pages: 111

Vegetarian for All Seasons (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles) by Pamela Sheldon

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Vegetarian for All Seasons (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles, Vol 3). ISBN. 0783546122 (ISBN13: 9780783546124). It's Williams-Sonoma, so, of course everything in it looks delicious. Vegetarian for All Seasons is concise, well-organized, and excellently photographed. The glossary in the back is really helpful. And I like that it's focus is on using season-specific foods (squash in fall, tomato in summer, et.

Vegetarian for All Seasons (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles): ISBN 9780783546124 (978-0-7835-4612-4) Hardcover, Time-Life Books, 1998. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

Series: Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles. 1–6 of 18 ( next show all ). Works (18). Asian Flavors (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles) by Joyce Jue. Classic Pasta at Home by Janet Kessel Fletcher. Chicken for Dinner (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles, Vol 2) by Heidi Haughy Cusick. 2. Vegetarian for All Seasons by Pamela Sheldon Johns. 3. After Dinner by Kristine Kidd. 4. Soup for Supper by Joyce Esersky Goldstein. 5. Holiday Celebrations by Marie Simmons.

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Vegetarian for All Seasons features 45 kitchen-tested recipes for starters, soups and salads, main dishes, and desserts-all of them showcasing peak-of-season vegetables. Created by noted food authority Pamela Sheldon Johns, each recipe includes a nutritional analysis, helpful tips for cooking and serving fresh vegetables, and a beautiful full-page, full-color photograph. A lively, informative introduction helps you make the most of nature's seasonal offerings. Included are pointers for achieving a varied and well-balanced vegetarian diet, along with guidelines for selecting and preparing.

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Book by Johns, Pamela Sheldon
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Wonderful pictures and recipes that are easy to follow and healthy. Most ingredients are normally kept in my pantry so trips to the market are not necessary.
I like the recipes in this book, but I think the price of the book is way too high, and I think the recipes are for special occasions more than for everyday cooking.