I haven't been putting much effort into the eats of late, seeing as how all my free time is spent panicking or meeting people about an apartment G and I are moving into. This should all be over soon - he and I are hopefully signing the lease for a really cute place tomorrow. Maybe then I'll bake some celebration food.
What I want to share for now is one other aspect of this impending move that's making me nervous: the amount of freakin books I own. I work in a bookstore, receiving (or seeing other people receive) about 75% of everything that comes through the store. This, paired with my tiny bit of an obsession with purchasing every single vegan cookbook out there lends to a very hefty collection. Here's most of them, but I know I'm missing at least one other (Joy of Vegan Baking by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau - Wherefore art thou??).
That makes 48, if you're counting. SO here's where you, the lovely reader, come in.
I'm going to give way one cookbook for the last three weekends of the MoFo Month.
First up is Student's Go Vegan Cookbook. It took me a long time to decide whether or not the title was grammatically correct, and I'm still not sure. That aside, it's a solid little book with a lot of simple and quick recipes with a short recipe list and easily acquirable ingredients. I've made a few recipes from it: Cinnamon-Maple Granola, Marinara sauce, and Quinoa Tabouli but it's not really necessary for me to hang on to. A few other recipes that pop out at me as intriguing are: Indonesian Tempeh Stew, Rustic Olive Rolls, Ten-Minute Brownies (!), and Sweet-Potato Wraps with Chutney. This is the Amazon link, if you're interested in checking that out.
So, to enter the giveaway, just leave a comment on this post listing your top three cookbooks. I'll let you know who won on Sunday. In the meantimey - let your friends know (preferably ones who will cook for you).
Oh, and here's my cat in a bag. It's relevant because it's a Whole Foods bag!