Hot Damn and Hell Yeah: The Dirty South Cookbook

Hot Damn and Hell Yeah: The Dirty South Cookbook

Paperback Vegan Cooking

By (author) Ryan Splint, By (author) Vanessa Johnson

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  • Publisher: Microcosm Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 138mm x 212mm x 8mm | 118g
  • Publication date: 1 October 2005
  • Publication City/Country: Bloomington, IN
  • ISBN 10: 0977055701
  • ISBN 13: 9780977055708
  • Edition: 3
  • Edition statement: 3rd
  • Illustrations note: 38 b/w illustrations
  • Sales rank: 87,522

Product description

A new, completely redesigned and re-written third edition with a new recipe (Crazy Hippie Spring Rolls!) of two great vegan cookbooks combined! An anthology of Vanessa's "The Dirty South," meets Ryan Splint's Australian masterpiece "Hot Damn and Hell Yeah." HDandHY is a finely illustrated and designed collection of recipes that aren't afraid of spices but are suited for those into easy to find ingredients that don't taste like sawdust. The Dirty South is a unique take on southern cooking, vegan style with some tasty delectables, especially for those not afraid of garlic or baking. Sizzling with great cooking ideas and recipes, nutrition isn't always the first priority for either of these editors but the recipes are damn tasty!

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Vanessa Mazuz runs a vegan bakery. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Ryan Splint is the author of the classic vegan cookbook "Hot Damn and Hell Yeah: Recipes for Hungry Banditos."

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"I love Tex-Mex so I'm all fired up to try the many burrito and enchilada recipes. The Sweet Potato Pie recipe is ridiculously decadent and recipes for homey food like Hush Puppies and Johnny Cakes make me hanker for a sunny day in the south with a bottle of tequila on hand. Staples like Beans and Rice as well as several different chili recipes make it easy to entertain large crowds with relatively little effort. There are recipes in both books for Mushroom Gravy and for several different kinds of BBQ sauce; it's easy to imagine even the most hardcore meat-eater tucking into a tofu sloppy joe smothered in gravy." --"Domestic Affair"