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Delia's Vegetarian Collection (edition 2002)

by Delia Smith

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Title:Delia's Vegetarian Collection
Authors:Delia Smith
Info:Mcclelland & Stewart Ltd (2002), Hardcover, 264 pages
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http://legoquescribo.blogspot.com/2008/09/vegetarian-joy.html

This I have had for some time, and shows the first sign of a good cookbook, that is that I have adopted some of the recipes and techniques into my general repertoire: for instance her Italian Stuffed Aubergines, and techniques from some of her soups.

Of course this was written before Delias current slutish phase,(slutish in the Katherine Whitehorn sense, of course) and shares the problem common to many of her books, that of excessive complexity, priggish obsessiveness and a peculiar aversion to microwaves and tinned tomatoes.(Amongst other things...) These are obstacles I have learned to live with, it helps to know that if one can be bothered to follow Delia step by step one will cook excellent food, in many cases a definitive version of a dish: to the degree that a vegetarian can cook an excellent Christmas turkey. Delia also makes her explanations clear precises and easy to follow, making her dishes and techniques very easy to adapt, perhaps Delia is best used by the more confident cook who is comfortable with riffing with her.

Worthy of note here is the tenor of the dishes, which are without exception dishes I would be proud to serve to my parents. None are really comfort dishes, to be eaten in grubby jumpers in front of the TV. All are dishes for proper meals, which might be eaten at table. ( )
  OwenGriffiths | Sep 18, 2008 |
This book is lovely to look through. I think I might have cooked one of the recipes but I haven't done any more because you need lots of ingredients. Maybe one day...
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0563488182, Hardcover)

In response to her millions of followers, Delia Smith has amassed her best-ever vegetarian recipes in one volume. Here are 250 delectable recipes for all occasions, including Tunisian Eggplant Salad, Soba Noodles with Soy and Citrus Dressing, Wild Mushroom Stroganoff, Oven-Roasted Ratatouille, Mozzarella strudel with Parmesan and Pecans, Lemon Pasta with Herbs and Cracked Pepper, and Apricot Hazelnut Meringue. Beautifully illustrated with 200 color photos, and presented in Delia’s friendly, inimitable style, this is a book that all cooks will want to own.

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