Tres beau livre avec des recettes vegetariennes très variées incorporant des gouts du monde entier, par exemple, "coconut cumin pancakes with aubergine & cabbage, coriander lime oil and chilli roasted squash". Un premier chapitre sur les recettes de base très intéressant par exemple, 4 pesto différents, la purée au wasabi et betterave roti au vinaigre balsamique entre autres.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5try the brownies!!!!!!!!21 novembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
the book is brilliant, all the recipies are clearly written and easily followed,and the photo's are the ticket for purpose of a compare and contrast afterwards, but my money is on the chocky brownies......they look and taste like a small slice of heaven and the scream to be eaten in one long, slow session in front of the tele.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5great restaurant, great cookery book26 mars 2006
Par Helen - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love meat but really you don't miss the meat from these recipes, they are brilliant. Dennis Cotter uses a lot of squash and sweet potatoes, in my opinion overlooked in many cookery books.
The desserts are great too.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Essential7 octobre 2003
Par Leslie Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Cafe Paridiso is one of the best restaurants in Ireland, never mind in Cork (the food capital of Ireland). The fact that no meat (or fish) are on the menu is purely incidental. This is inspirational cooking that will thrill any palate. As I write this I can easily recall the flavours of my last visit from the succulent gnocci to the mouth watering balsamic beetroots to the praline ice cream. For those of us unlucky enough not to live in Cork this book will more than compensate. Beautifully presented it immediately became one of my top ten must-have cookery books. I should mention that although this is technically a vegetarian cookbook to call it such is to insult it. It is simply a wonderful cookbook, and one that changed the way I approach food. Recipes range from the simple to the complex and although I probably wouldn't recommend this as a book for beginners it is a gem for all food enthusiasts. BTW I am committed carnivore who happily stuffs lambs hearts and slow cooks legs of mutton so dont let the lack of meat recipes put you off. If you buy no other cook book this year buy this one.