Weekly Giveaway: Appetite for Reduction! winner is mamarati!
Well, she's at it again. Vegan goddess, Isa Chandra Moskowitz, has written a book that makes healthy eating sexy and delicious. I'm impressed. I mean, we all knew she could do it for cupcakes and cookies, but Brussel sprouts? She's gone above and beyond. Appetite for Reduction (http://www.theppk.com/books/appetite-for-reduction/) is the perfect cookbook. It makes healthy food delicious and brings perspective to the phrase, "diet food". No more chemicals and fake foods, these are whole foods that make you feel a whole lot better. I'm also excited to see a book about nutritious eating that isn't just about weight loss, but rather about becoming a healthier you. Pretty freaking cool.
For your chance to win a copy, let me know what your favorite winter veggies dish is.
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, January 18th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random! Must live in USA to win.
My favorote would be butternut squash soup. Would LOVE to win this book!
Ok since my new years resolution was to add more raw foods into my diet I'm going to say my favorite winter veggie recipe is Raw "Fried" Rice. Cauliflower is put in the food processor and chopped up to a rice consistency..then you add in seasame oil (not raw but I'm not going 100% raw), nama shoyu, ginger, garlic, baby carrorts, and peas. It's super good.
I have to say it is a pasta and vegetable stew with turmeric...so tasty!!!
I cut butternut squash in half, bake it in the oven and sprinkle it with cinnamon. Delicious!!
almost any kind of soup but only like the squash family when its in my bread... :) other than that love all vegies and sweet potato fries....
Roasted beets with noodles- its beautiful and tasty!
Difficult to choose! At the moment though, my favorite vegan dish is a TVP baked ziti from "Vegan Comfort Food" by Alicia Simpson. But my special addition is my Kentucky great-grandmother's signature ketchupy spaghetti sauce in place of the normal marinara; it's made with ketchup, tomato juice, and tomato paste!!! (I use reduced-sugar organic ketchup.) Combined with ziti, vegan mozzarella meltable cheese shreds, TVP, and onion, it's the ULTIMATE comfort food for me, and just 320 cal/4 g fat per serving.
I think I could eat Deborah Madison's Soy-glazed Sweet Potatoes everyday. They taste so good and are easy to make.
I love a simple winter slaw with root veggies such as cabbage, carrots, chard, celery root and daikon.
I love soups in winter-- my favorite winter vegetable dish is my acorn squash and roasted sweet potato soup.
Butternut Squash - there is nothing else like it on the planet. I eat it almost daily in winter and Iuse it or substitute it for pumpkin in pies, cookies, cakes, breads, stews, roasts, tofu recipes, etc. You get the idea.
Any sort of soup or stew using my stockpile of grains, beans, or winter squash. I looooove winter squash. :)
My favorite winter veggies are brussel sprouts, butternut squash ande onions
I love making stuffed squashes and smothering a baked potato with The Grit's black bean chili. YUM!
Sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and a recent love for brussel sprouts and acorn squash :)
Also, I :)>>> Isa and was so excited to see she had another new cookbook out! And a health-centered one, yay!
My winter fav is Unbeef Stew, creater by a vegweb.com member. It is so stick to your ribs delicious. Highly recommend people try it.
I have been looking longingly at this cookbook in the bookstore!!! So cool that you're giving away a copy.
My favorite winter veggie dish has to be roasted brussel sprouts, cauliflower, carrots and butternut squash with fresh rosemary and thyme. Simple but absolutely delicious!
I love Isa's cook and baking books- I am really excited she has written yet another esp for those of us watching our weight!! :)
My favorite winter dish is confetti hash (tons of veggies, potatoes, and beans--i like to put baby bok choy in there as well!) and of course a sweet potato with cinnamon and nutmeg ...yuuum
My favorite winter veggies dish is just about any kind of roasted veggies--potatoes, onions, carrots, sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, etc.
My favorite winter veggie are brussels sprouts or Martian Heads as my son calls them.
I loved my goodie box/bag that I won really full of neat items.