There is nothing quite like sitting down to a meal with people you love. It’s a chance to switch off, share stories and enjoy time spent together. In Vegan Goodness: Feasts, Jessica Prescott invites you to embrace the ritual of cooking and eating together with over 70 fresh and exciting plant-based dishes perfect for entertaining and sharing with loved ones.
From a crowd pleasing hearty One-Pot Black Bean and Lentil Chilli to the vibrant and fun Summer Rolls that can be easily assembled at the table, Jessica also includes a variety of inventive sides, condiments, barbecues, show-stopping cakes and go-to cocktails that will spritz up any social gathering.
Whether you’re in a cooking mood and want to spend all day in the kitchen, going to a potluck dinner with a bunch of friends, or perhaps you just want a simple feast, to share with your housemates, partner or kids, Vegan Goodness: Feasts is packed with tasty, inspiring and satisfying plant-based meals that will satisfy vegan and meat-eaters alike.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 160 Pages
Dimensions: 20 × 20 cm
Author: Jesicca Prescott
Publisher: Hardie Grant London
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