Friday, March 5, 2010

The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions

You may or may not know that Celine and I are just about wrapping up the testing phase for our next book, The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions. This really does explain my lack of blogging lately. Here's a few photos of the foods I've been making over the last few months:

CGVFS Mosaic

1. Smashed Pepper Peas, 2. Curry Tofu Arugula Salad, 3. Maple Sponge Candy, 4. Potato Croquettes, 5. Soup of the Shrier, 6. Ambros-ish salad, 7. Cold Multigrain Salad, 8. Potato Cheese Soup, 9. Orange County Rolls, 10. Beer Battered Corndog, 11. TVP Pepperoni Pizza Topping on Cornmeal Crust, 12. Macadamia Nut Brie, 13. Roasted Tomato Basil and Garlic Soup, 14. Cheezy Chikin Casserole close up, 15. Chococado Pudding, 16. French Onion Soup

You can see more pictures (From Me, Celine, and the testers) by clicking HERE!

I am more than willing to share a recipe or two, so please leave a comment on which of these you'd most like to have and I will see what I can do for ya!

Thanks!

27 comments:

Meg said...

CORNDOG!

mirbrewer said...

Oooohhhhhh, ambros-ish salad, pretty pleeeeease?? I miss that stuff! Yummmmmm.

Anonymous said...

Potato cheese soup please! :) They all look delish!

radioactivegan said...

I'm with Meg -- Corndog!!! :)
I'm so looking forward to this book. You two are a great team!

Eve Love said...

Macadamia Nut Brie!!

Kelly said...

Wow, everything looks beyond amazing! The Ambros-ish Salad is tempting just because it was such a childhood staple at our family holiday gatherings, but that French Onion Soup wins because, man, FRENCH ONION SOUP.

Vegyogini said...

Oh, my goodness, you made Brie! You made Brie! This is such an exiting moment!

Jane said...

french onion soup! :P

Gina said...

I am most intrigued by the maple sponge candy and the french onion soup just sounds perfect right about now. But whatever you share would be awesome, everything looks and sounds so good!

Lisa (Show Me Vegan) said...

Yum! I vote for cheezy chikn casserole!

Karen said...

mmm, maple sponge candy please. :-)

Anonymous said...

Maple sponge candy vote here!!!

Lisa said...

Wow, these all look great. I would love the recipe for Cheezy Chikin Casserole please.

vegan.in.brighton said...

Macadamia nut brie? Oh my god!

Anonymous said...

Potato croquettes & Cheezy chickin casserole, please! Yum!

Amy said...

Everything looks great, but... BRIE! :)

Jenn said...

Corndogs and brie is my kinda party. Looks amazing!

Sarah Goblot said...

corndog and brie. :)

Melissa said...

The Brie! Wondering if you have served it to non vegans and what their reaction was? Thank you.

Crazy Vegan Mom said...

Potato Croquettes! they sound and look incredible, please share this recipe.

Anonymous said...

Beer Battered Corndog please!

AutumnTao said...

French Onion Soup! Looks amazing.

Patty said...

I can't wait to try out number 13 it sounds amazing!

KittyPaws said...

Corndog looks amazing! One of the items I crave the most

Sarah said...

maple sponge candy and corn dogs!!!

Cindy said...

Can't wait for the book to come out.

Arizona bankruptcy lawyer said...

All very nice dishes. Thanks for all of the recipes.

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