Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Winter Salad

December 17, 2021 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Winter Salad
Image by wherefishsing
F E A S T.
the art-filled seasonal cookbook that happens to be vegetarian

Art meets food.
Vegetarian meals for everyone.

A cookbook filled with seasonal recipes (140!!).
An original painting that accompanies every recipe.
Easy, tasty vegetarian food with common ingredients.

This food themed painting is from my forthcoming cookbook. It was inspired by a recipe and has been created to capture something of the essence of it’s dish. All the original artworks are available to own.

Find more details, all the recipes (free!) & purchase the cookbook (when complete) at:

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

Sumac Crusted Lamb Fillets with Baba Ganouj
Image by BlueBec

Jellied Salad Nicoise

September 3, 2021 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Some cool recipes images:

Jellied Salad Nicoise
Image by Miss Garnet
From the 1975 3rd edition (why? why?) of the 1973 culinary masterpiece "The New Joys of Jell-O" recipe book. I believe the 11th chapter title says it all: "Things You Never Thought Of." (And I would like to add, should never, ever have thought of… and if you DID… what on earth is wrong with you?)

Mushroom Quiche
Image by :Salihan


Potato Kugel (01)
Image by Thomas Cizauskas
Nana’s Potato Kugelis (with veg-adaptations).

Grate 3 pounds of potatoes. I used a food processor. It’s quicker, but I prefer the consistency (and danger) from hand grating.

Cover with water, with 2 dissolved vitamin c tablets to prevent the potatoes from discoloring.

Dice 3 shallots, 2 garlic cloves, and 1 carrot.

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▶ Recipe for non-vegetarian Potato Kugelis Ambraziene: here.

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Fruit Salad

September 26, 2020 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Fruit Salad
Image by mdxi
…how can this be a salad? There’s no mayonaisse in it at all!

Image by Vitamin-K

Brussels Sprouts Salad

June 11, 2020 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

A few nice recipes images I found:

Brussels Sprouts Salad
Image by dav
Thanks for the recipe Annabelle!

1 1/2 lbs Brussels sprouts, washed and dried, woody ends cut off

1/2 cup finely grated Pecorino Romano, or to taste
1 cup toasted walnuts (lightly toasted), broken into small pieces
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
kosher salt and cracked black pepper

Toast walnuts in oven at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes, checking frequently.

Slice the Brussels sprouts thin on a mandoline. (If you don’t have a mandoline, you can use a food processor.)

Put the sprouts in a large bowl. Add the cheese, walnuts, olive oil, and lemon juice. Toss to combine. Season with salt and pepper.

Toss and serve.

Serves 6 side-dish servings.

Sent from my wristwatch Commodore 64.

Image by ohsarahrose…

3 Bottle Bar by H.i. Williams (1943) page 38-39
Image by MetaGrrrl
The complete book, from the collection of the San Francisco Public Library.

I waive any copyright claim I may have in this image and dedicate my copyright interest in the image to the public domain. I also believe that the book depicted in the image is in the public domain, though I do not warrant that it is. The book was published between 1923 and 1963, so the author was required to renew the copyright 28 years after publication to prevent it from entering into the public domain. My search of the copyright renewals database ( indicates that the copyright in this book was not renewed.

Diced lemon and onion salad

July 17, 2019 · Posted in Cook Books · Comment 

Some cool cook books images:

Diced lemon and onion salad
cook books
Image by decade_null
Reading this recipe, I was wondering how could mixing raw onion with lemon produce an edible salad. The recipe did contain some sugar, but even that was marked as an optional ingredient. I was a little bit curious to find out what would it taste like. After all, the previous recipe I’d made from that book had been fantastic (broad bean salad with cumin dressing – I didn’t take any photos of that).

Unfortunately this salad tasted just like I had imagined it would: completely inedible. I even double-checked the recipe to see if I had missed something, but didn’t find any mistakes.

Potato casserole
cook books
Image by 3liz4
from a book that I reviewed.

refer to blog post.

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