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The Vegetarian Hearth: Recipes and Reflections for the Cold Season (edition 1996)
The Vegetarian Hearth: Recipes and Reflections for the Cold Season by Darra Goldstein
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0060187603, Paperback)Few cooks look north for inspiration. In The Vegetarian Hearth , Darra Goldstein, whose past books include A Taste of Russia and the award-winning The Georgian Feast, shares tempting riches from cold climes and wintery times. Professor Goldstein, who teaches Russian at Williams College in Massachusetts, also demonstrates how satisfying meatless cooking can be. This book is equally perfect for vegetarians and for meat-eaters who think vegetarian cooking is pallid or monotonous. Fascinating essays interspersed among the extraordinary recipes include gems on buckwheat, rutabagas, and vegetarianism in Russia during Tolstoy's time. These treatises make you want to curl up with The Vegetarian Hearth under an eiderdown comforter, spooning up Hot Potato Snow, followed by Countess Tolstoy's Hot Apple Compote.
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