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One pan, two plates : vegetarian suppers : more than 70 weeknight meals for two
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Despite the title, Snyder's (One Pan, Two Plates: More Than 70 Complete Weeknight Meals for Two) latest book actually focuses on weeknight meals for a flexitarian diet. The author uses her 30 years of experience as a caterer, baker, cooking instructor, and food writer to showcase dishes appealing to those looking to reduce their meat intake. The recipes feature a variety of proteins (e.g., beans, nuts, and tofu) in easy-to-make meals such as black bean tacos and General Tso's tofu. Also highlighted are a number of enticing pastas, soups, and pizzas, leading to a reliance on eggs and dairy as protein for many of the recipes, all of which boast easily acquired ingredients. An international flair among the assorted dishes (moussaka, latkes, chili, and tabbouleh) will inspire those partaking in a flexitarian regimen. VERDICT With its approachable recipes, this book will attract home cooks new to vegetarian diets or those wanting to try "meatless Mondays."-Ginny Wolter, Toledo-Lucas Cty. P.L. © Copyright 2016. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
In this follow up to One Pan, Two Plates, author Carla Snyder proves, once again, that satisfying and hearty meals can be achieved easily and with minimal clean up! This time, vegetables take center stage with delicious offerings such as Tuscan White Bean Salad with Sweet Potato and Lemon Vinaigrette or a modern take on Moussaka. With 70 recipes to choose from, you'll never be at a loss for a tasty vegetarian dinner for two. Choices range from Potato Gratin with Tomato, Olive, and Caper to lighter fare such as Barley Salad with Fennel and Nectarine 'Pico de Gallo,' so there is an option perfect for every evening and season. Carla mines her extensive cooking-school teacher skills and offers clean, concise directions that make each meal absolutely doable on a busy weeknight. With wine pairings and an 'Extra Hungry?' feature for bigger appetites, One Pan, Two Plates: Vegetarian Suppers ensures that every recipe is one you'll look forward to cooking and sharing again.
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