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The New Moosewood Cookbook [Paperback]

Mollie Katzen
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Feb. 1 2000 Mollie Katzen's Classic Cooking
Since the original publication of the MOOSEWOOD COOKBOOK in 1977, author Mollie Katzen has been leading the revolution in American eating habits. MOOSEWOOD was listed by the New York Times as one of the top ten best-selling cookbooks of all time, and no wonder. With her sophisticated, easy-to-prepare vegetarian recipes, charming drawings, and hand lettering, Mollie introduced millions to a more healthful, natural way of cooking. This new edition--a companion volume to her latest TV series--preserves the major revisions and additions that Mollie made in 1992, accented with new recipes from Mollie’s current repertoire and 16 pages of beautiful full-color food photography. You’ve seen MOOSEWOOD before, but you’ve never seen it quite like this!

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MOLLIE KATZEN is a cookbook author and artist who has profoundly shaped the way America eats. Mollie is a consultant and cocreator of Harvard's groundbreaking Food Literacy Project. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Format:Paperback
This cookbook might be a good introduction to vegetarian cooking, but I prefer the "old" version of this cookbook, although that one was a bit heavy on more fattening ingredients (cheeses, for example). The "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home" might be a better choice for someone who doesn't already have a Moosewood Cookbook, or who is looking for a beginner vegetarian cookbook. Still, it's worth having on your cookbook shelf if you don't have the original version, and already have started your veg cookbook collection with other cookbooks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars only for cooks with a lot of time Nov. 11 2001
By J. Bray
Format:Paperback
I have used many of the soup recipes out of this cookbook for quite some time. But from trial and error, i have made adjustments to the ingredients and prepping stages. Most of the soups recipes are thin soups and require a lot of time (whether prep or prepare) and ingredients. But this is a good vegetarian/healthy resource for cooks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very diplomatic (and tasty) veggie cuisine July 6 2001
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I just purchased this book a few weeks ago, in the hopes of cutting back my meat consumption and having fun and tasty meatless entrees to choose from. This book is a godsend! I'm not a total vegetarian, but I prefer to only eat fish or poultry occasionally and this is a great compromise for my meat-eating family. For example, my dad is a classic meat-and-potato kind of guy, but downed seconds of everything I've made from this book, especially the eggplant parmesan and Spinach-Rice Casserole. He says that he doesn't even notice the lack of meat. My fiance is a picky eater and sometimes has to be prodded into trying new things, but he always manages to sneak out with the leftovers of these dishes when he goes home. All in all, this would be a great book for a vegetarian in an omnivore family. Just make sure you have a huge mixing bowl for the casseroles, or else you'll end up flinging rice (noodles, etc.) all over the place during the mixing steps. Oh, yeah, and I agree with the earlier reviewer who said that the brownie recipe is definitive. So is the Italian Tomato Sauce.
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The Moosewood Cookbook and The Enchanted Brocolli Forest (Katzen's other 70s cookbook) were the two main publications I learned to cook with around the time I graduated from college. At that time (ten years ago), I thought most of the recipes in these books were tasty, easy to make, and healthy. I stopped using the book for about five years and recently returned to it this year. Although I still like the preparatory quickness and tastiness of the recipes in Moosewood, there are some things that bother me about this book too. First, I was a bit surprised by how much dairy Katzen uses in many of these recipes. This is something I did not notice before. And this "dairy heaviness" is even more surprising since Katzen makes a note at the beginning of the New Edition that she has reduced proportions of much of the dairy products. Second, there is also an annoying school-marmish characteristic to some of Katzen's notes that I never noticed when I used it ten years ago. It's like I can I feel Katzen's "Betty Crocker-ness" coming through when I read her notes and recipes. ("It's OK to use non-fat instead of low-fat cottage cheese with this recipe." Gee, thanks, Molly.) Bottom line: This might be a good cookbook for people just starting to become vegetarians or for beginning cooks, but I wouldn't say it's too great for those more hardcore in their vegetarian cooking skills, beliefs, and practices. And I wouldn't think this would be a good book for anyone who was a vegan.
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4.0 out of 5 stars More inventive recipes from Mollie Katzen June 30 2000
Format:Paperback
I don't like to cook. It bugs me. But I love to eat. I'm a strict vegan, and the only one in my family, so its hard to find good food to eat. To be honest, I don't like tofu much more than the average schmo, and I like to eat entrees that actually has flavor, not something like a slimy "healthy" greens salad you'd be served on an airplane. If you can relate to me, you can appreciate the New Moosewood Cookbook. The recipes in this book are meatless and pretty low-fat, but I'm sure you can add something meat-based to them if you wanted to. The recipes are simple, and they taste good. They are recipes you wouldn't mind giving up so time to make. One of my favourites was the Lentil-Bulgar salad. Instead of the refrigerated tabouli like version, I just ate it fresh and warm. It was so good I scarfed it all in about two days, a total of 12 hours, and I made enough for the average household. Lentil-Bulgar Salad and the other recipes in the book are that good. Even non-vegetarians enjoy her recipes. Thank you, Mollie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not A Bad Dish to Be Eaten Yet! Oct. 18 2002
Format:Paperback
This is a great cookbook for beginners. The recipes are simple and (mostly) quick and the results, at least for all the ones I have tried, are delicious. Mollie Katzen suggests accompanying dishes with each recipe, making it easy to plan the family dinner or a social get-together. And, as with any good cookbook, a glossary of terms and basic cooking instructions is provided for novice cooks. I'm not a vegetarian in any sense of the word, yet I find myself turning again and again to the dishes in the New Moosewood Cookbook.
My mother has a copy of the original edition and once I moved away from home, a Moosewood Cookbook was on my list of things to buy. One of the things I like about the new edition is that a lot of the fat and calories have been reduced for us 21st Century cooks, yet it still retains the folksy charm of the original thanks to each handwritten and illustrated page. Everyone should have a copy of it in their cookbook library.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Passing on the tradition...
my review, the same as for The New Enchanted Broccoli Forest!
I have gifted this book with for named as gifts to my children.
Published 7 months ago by Crystal A Nielsen
5.0 out of 5 stars Moosewood cookbooks rock
My husband is a confirmed vegetarian and so I am mostly a vegetarian too, but not so confirmed. The new Moosewood Cookbook meets our needs so well, has wonderful recipes very... Read more
Published 13 months ago by Susana Bear River
5.0 out of 5 stars Exactly what I wanted
I bought this book new, and it arrived juste like a new book is supposed to be, and quicker than I expected. :)
Published 18 months ago by Cassandra Morin
5.0 out of 5 stars Moosewood Cookbook
Book was in excellent condition and the recipes look delicious. Can't wait to try some of these out. Thank you so much.
Published on Nov. 14 2011 by Stefania
5.0 out of 5 stars fantastic vegetarian food
This edition of the Moosewood Cookbook is as good as the last. Wonderful flavour combining, easy directions to follow. Read more
Published on March 24 2011 by *\s/*
4.0 out of 5 stars The New Moosewood Cookbook
Great cookbook. It is user friendly and I love that it in a "handwritten" font, to make it look like the cook has just jotted down best recipes. Read more
Published on May 14 2009 by Anneli J
5.0 out of 5 stars great cookbook for a new cook that never goes out of style
I love this cookbook. I bought this cookbook for myself 5 years ago when I decided to become a vegetarian, and wanted to learn how to cook more than just eggs and tofu. Read more
Published on April 2 2008 by danielle
5.0 out of 5 stars A favorite for 25 years
I have used this cookbook off and on for 20 years. A friend recently made Gado-Gado sauce (a peanut sauce) over salad that is from Moosewood for dinner, and now I am going back to... Read more
Published on Jan. 6 2008 by Ozzie
4.0 out of 5 stars THE NEW MOOSEWOOD COOKBOOK = NOT NEW RECIPIES FROM MOOSEWOOD
SPECIAL NOTE TO HARDIN TERRELL OF HOMER AK. I TOO GOT SUCKED IN BY THE "NEW RECIPES FROM MOOSEWOOD RESTAURANT". FORGETABLE! Read more
Published on April 5 2005 by foolish addiction
5.0 out of 5 stars A cookbook that I actually use!
Loving to cook, and loving to read, I enjoy cookbooks immensely. This also leads to a sizeable collection, most of which are so esoteric or old-fashioned (WWII rationing, etc. Read more
Published on June 5 2004 by Lauren M R
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