Food columnist Grant Butler of Portland's Oregonian, included Bryanna Clark Grogan's World Vegan Feast in his top-five favorite picks for 2011 cookbooks. Touting World Vegan Feast as "the first [book] in almost a decade from one of the pioneers of ambitious plant-based cooking," Grant described the directions for these ethnic dishes from around the world as
"so instructive you're sure to pick up new tricks and techniques."
"Looking back on 2011," he writes, "it's clear that veganism went mainstream in a big way."
I couldn't agree more. This is a big triumph for vegan and vegetarian coalitions from the environmentalists, to the animal rights groups, to the growing ranks of health-conscious Americans looking to plant-based foods as genuine "health care."
Click here to read Grant's article.
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Things have been hectic here at the press as we prepare our next new title for an early Spring release. More on that soon! In the meantime, our Vegan Heritage Press authors have been busy, busy, busy:
American Vegan Kitchen author, Tamasin Noyes, was recently featured on Cookstr along with several sample recipes from American Vegan Kitchen including one of my personal favorites, Country Skillet.
Betsy DiJulio, author of The Blooming Platter Cookbook, is also on Cookstr as are the Kung Pao Broccoli and Tofu and other amazing recipes from her book. Betsy was also recently a guest on It's All About Food with Caryn Hartglass. Listen to her interview here.
On December 14, Bryanna Clark Grogan, author of World Vegan Feast, will also be a guest on It's All About Food where she will discuss her new book. We're happy to announce that World Vegan Feast is featured on the Holiday Vegan Gift Guide on Vegan.com.
Reminder: The Holiday Sale is still going on at Vegan Heritage Press. Order direct and save 25% on all VHP titles -- and support a vegan business in the process!