If you want great vegan cookbooks, think "Robin Robertson." Seriously, she is by far my favorite vegan
cookbook writer. I have so many of her cookbooks and a good portion of the meals I make originate from her books.
Today I had a guest over for lunch. It's cold outside, so I made the "pasta fagoili" recipe from "One-Dish Vegetarian Meals." I paired it up nicely with a small French baguette and some grapes. My guest loved it! The soup was delicious. Even my four year old loved it.
To follow it up I wanted a quick dessert to be able to offer. Making a dessert was a last minute idea. So I found a super easy no-bake cookie recipe for "Oatmeal Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies" in "Vegan on the Cheap." They were so easy and quick to make and my guest really enjoyed it! My family later at the rest and loved them.
Several days ago I made "Lentil soup with ribbons of kale" from "Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker," which was awesome! And two days ago I made "green bean and mushroom stroganoff" served over rice, from "1,000 Vegan Recipes." (Okay, I've also made that dish many times before, it's a favorite, but still).
Seriously, I don't know if anyone uses cookbooks as often as I do, or so many from one author, but there is a pattern here. Her recipes are consistently good, easy to follow, and they please my family.
Keep 'em coming, Robin! Two thumbs way up!