The Ultimate Vegetarian Collection

The Ultimate Vegetarian Collection

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This is the definitive collection of vegetarian recipes drawn from Alison and Simon Holst's extensive archives, plus a number of brand new recipes too. Alison and Simon have updated their favourite recipes from "Meals Without Meat", "Delicious Dishes without Red Meat", "Very Easy Vegetarian" and many others to ensure that the recipes in this new collection appeal to 21st century palates. The Holsts reveal like never before just how delicious and satisfying vegetarian food can be. Meals are suitable for both vegetarians and meat-eaters who want to try cutting down their meat consumption. The inclusion of some new photography together with a modern design will ensure this book appeals to a new generation of students and young professionals in addition to those who have grown up cooking with the Holsts.

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 215 x 304mm | 1,275g
  • New Holland Publishers (Nz) Ltd
  • BirkenheadNew Zealand
  • 200 colour photographs
  • 186966275X
  • 9781869662752
  • 2,063,514

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About Alison Holst

In 2011 Alison completed her 100th book (30 co-authored with Simon), the sales of these total in excess of 4.3 million copies (sales of our joint titles are over 1.7 million copies). She has also contributed to various newspaper columns and TV shows over the years Alison Holst QSM CBE, New Zealand's long-reigning culinary queen, has achieved both national and international recognition. Simon Holst is rapidly gaining a similar reputation for his food knowledge and expertise, having written Simon Holst's Pasta Cookbook and Fast and Fantastic. He has also co-authored two other books with his mother, Dollars and Sense and Meals Without Red Meat and appears regularly on TVNZ's Good Morning show.

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