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Cookin Southern Vegetarian Style

Cookin’ Southern Vegetarian Style by Ann Jackson

I fell in love with this charming little Southern cookbook from the first page, when Ann is pondering what Southern cooking is.  She writes, “I knew it was more than bacon grease and fatback,” and then finally decides, “It’s attitude, pure and simple.” “It’s kitchens in summer and tomato sandwiches; Slapping mosquitoes and swatting flies;… Read More ›

Well-Read Wednesday: Good Housekeeping Simply Vegan!

Good Housekeeping Simply Vegan!  Delicious Meat-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes Your Entire Family Will Love! is that rarity of rarities, that most odd of oddities:  a vegan cookbook that promotes drinking dairy milk. Yep, you read that right. It’s no secret the National Dairy Council has been one of Good Housekeeping’s most lucrative advertisers for years. Good… Read More ›

Well-Read Wednesday: Dominion

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago … in the year 2003 … a book was published. This was back in the days when our cell phones weren’t intelligent (heck, we were just happy they had become somewhat smaller and lighter than bricks) and many of us still had dial-up. Vegetarians and those… Read More ›

Well-Read Wednesday: Living Vegan for Dummies

Halloween is approaching, so it’s time to review a book by a scary monster! I’m not saying Alexandra Jamieson actually is a monster.  She’s an attractive woman and seems to be pleasant enough. She’s also a very famous “holistic health coach”/author/chef/celebrity (remember her in Supersize Me?)  She made shockwaves last February when she announced she had given up… Read More ›

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