Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Korean Tofu Strips

April 19, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Korean Tofu Strips
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Image by wherefishsing
ART. FOOD.
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:
www.wherefishsing.com/cookbook

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

the secret to fried food success?
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Image by bschmove
or maybe ryan’s just a great cook.

Momofuku is a cookbook
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Image by Klara Kim
David Chang and Annalise go through a remarkable emotional journey together … eventually healing each other through the power of noodles.

Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Locro de Papas

April 12, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Locro de Papas
cookbook
Image by wherefishsing
ART. FOOD.
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:
www.wherefishsing.com/cookbook

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

Globie Cookbook
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Image by Pamela Valentine
Cookbook from last year’s dinners

Image from page 156 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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Text Appearing Before Image:
osupply a recipe for this sauce. A Teaspoon of Fine Herbs By fine herbs is meant a mixtureof fine-chopped tarragon, parsley, cher-vil, shallots, chives, basil and mush-rooms, simmered or sweated (cookedslowly in a covered dish) in a little oil,butter or other fat. Fine Herbs Ome-let is the usual French omelet, to whichthe prepared herbs are added beforecooking. Fine Herbs Sauce is an Es-pagnole sauce, to which the preparedherbs are added. Romaine, Escarole and Chervil Romaine is the name given to avariety of straight-leaved lettuce; theinner leaves are usually blanched bytying up the mass of leaves. Escaroleis a variety of salad plant, quitesimilar to romaine and endive, but ismore thoroughly blanched than eitherof the former. In appearance it issimilar to a short head of celery, butwithout the green tips seen on celery.Chervil is an aromatic herb much usedon the Continent of Europe in soupsand sauces. It is one of the herbs thatforms the combination known as fineherbs. ADVERTISEMENTS

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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Beetroot & Sage Pasta

May 8, 2014 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Beetroot & Sage Pasta
cookbook
Image by wherefishsing
ART. FOOD.
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:
www.wherefishsing.com/cookbook

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

cookbook signing
cookbook
Image by the queen of subtle
i can’t wait to make some of the stuff in this book. it all looks amazing.

Vegetarian cook book

March 19, 2014 · Posted in Cook Books · Comment 

Some cool cook books images:

Vegetarian cook book
cook books
Image by miheco
Highly recommended. Mexico: The Vegetarian Table.

Most Likely to be Devoured – Edible Book Festival / #16
cook books
Image by Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
Barbecue by Elisabeth Lang
Edible Book by Darrin Webb

Worlds biggest muscles – Primal Diet weaker than Vegan Vegetarian World’s Largest Bodybuilder – Meatless Diet won tests – 6

March 16, 2014 · Posted in Diet · Comment 

Some cool diet images:

Worlds biggest muscles – Primal Diet weaker than Vegan Vegetarian World’s Largest Bodybuilder – Meatless Diet won tests – 6
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Image by Vegetarian-Vegan-Bodybuilding-Info
Robb Wolfe Primal Diet loses to Vegan Vegetarian World’s Largest Bodybuilder – Meatless Diet AMI – 333 – 6

100 Mile Diet Lunch
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Image by Cookthinker
A week on the 100 Mile Diet in Montague, MA. Check out more at the Cookthink blog.

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