Our November VegCookbook will be Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook: Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year by Del Sroufe. One thing to note is that the first print run of this cookbook has errors in it. According to Amazon.com:
“We are now shipping only corrected editions, but some copies already in circulation may require an errata slip (a correction of the book, which can be downloaded here). If you’re unsure whether your version requires the errata slip, please refer to page 52. If your version refers to “cinnamon stick” in step 1 of the ‘Polenta with Pears and Cranberries’ recipe list, please download the errata sheet.”
Our December VegCookbook will be Vegan Holiday Kitchen: More Than 200 Delicious, Festive Recipes for Special Occasions by Nava Atlas.
For those of you who have been cooking along with us since summer, you’ll remember that we cooked from Nava’s cookbook, Wild About Greens, in July. You can learn more about Nava, and all of her fabulous VegCookbooks at www.vegkitchen.com, and follow her on Twitter at @Veg_Kitchen and at @navaatlas2.
I used Vegan Holiday Kitchen last year for a lot of my Thanksgiving dinner. You can see photos on my Have Fun * Do Good post, Meatless Monday: 2 Soups, 1 Salad, 2 Casseroles + Cosmos Apple Pie.
I’ll post a round-up of the final recipes I tried from our October VegCookbook, Chloe’s Kitchen, on Wednesday.
Full disclosure: I received a review copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen. Also, the cookbook links are attached to my Amazon Associates account. If you buy something after you click on one of the links, I receive a small percentage of the sale, which I’ll probably end up spending on more cookbooks!