Turning it over to Bernadette for this month’s Cooking Confidential reviews.
The cookbook being tested this month is “Oh She Glows For Dinner”.
This is an entirely plant-based, vegan cookbook. As such, it is a good follow-up to The Moosewood Cookbook. A simple “baked bean” recipe because she make her own much-loved vegetarian baked beans. Here’s the story:
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I will be sharing all of the recipes for this month’s reviews – and I am taking part as well, so look for that.
As for simple, satisfying dishes:
I mad this very easy, traditional “Pan Bagnat” sandwich from Patricia Wells…click here for the recipe and the story of this Provencal favorite for fishermen:
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that pan bagnat looks delicious and I am a huge baked bean fan, are there still others out there?)
Baked beans are a big thing in the UK, but usually for breakfast.
Shared on Twitter, John.
Best wishes, Pete.
I agreed to share these this month Pete and enjoy being part of the Cookbook Confidential series – that said I’d never make these myself but they sound good! Breakfast for you a side dish for BBQ here! Cheers!
Hi John, a great recipe to share. I am going to try this one.