Monday, January 30, 2012

Vegan Holiday Kitchen
Book Review and Giveaway!

I have an addiction—an insatiable appetite and one true weakness. I admit it. I am obsessed with vegan recipe books. Maybe it's because when I first became vegan there were so few really great vegan cookbooks available. I was out there stumbling around, hungry for delicious recipes to delight my newly vegan taste buds, and there were very few inspiring options. Now there's a seemingly unending stream of fabulous vegan books to choose from. It seems as though every time I am just getting into a fantabulous new book, there's another one right around the corner! I'm making it my mission to own, review, and share them all. Today's post is about a book I am mad-crazy in love with: Vegan Holiday Kitchen by Nava Atlas. The recipes are superb, and Susan Voisin's photographs are gorgeous. And best of all, the heavy, hardbound edition means the book lays flat when open to any page! I can't tell you how wonderful it is to not have to prop a jar or small plate on a page and get it all dirty with sticky fingers, just not to lose my place in the middle of trying to follow a recipe. Well, I don't have to tell you, my lovely readers. You know exactly what I'm talking about!


You think I'm kidding when I say the pictures are gorgeous? Even with my crummy snapshots of the book's spectacular photos, you can see just how eye-poppingly beautiful they are! 


My mouth was watering just thumbing through the pages! Without a doubt, I am making this scrumptious-looking Strawberry Snack Cake for Valentine's Day!


Inside the pages of Vegan Holiday Kitchen, you'll find delectable recipes for holidays, potlucks, and special occasions. But you don't have to (nor will you want to) wait for a special occasion to dive into the recipes. Each and every one will make every day a celebration!

I dove right in to Nava's recipe for Baba Ghanouj, because I go ga-ga for this classic Middle Eastern dip. There used to be a little Lebanese restaurant down the street from where I live that made great baba ghanouj. But they closed their doors a few years ago, and there hasn't been any decent baba ghanouj around since then. The problem with baba ghanouj is that if it's too garlicky or doesn't have enough garlic or has too much or too little tahini, it can be rather uninspired. But the recipe in Vegan Holiday Kitchen turned out the most delicious baba ghanouj I have ever tasted! Who knew it was so easy to make this at home? All this time I have been missing the joy of eating great baba ghanouj, and little did I know, I could create it right here in my own kitchen! If like me, you are in love with baba ghanouj, don't wait another minute. Get your hands on a copy of this book! (You can even get lucky and win yourself a copy. Find out how at the end of this post!) 


While in a trippy-dippy mood, I decided to try the recipe for Mock Chopped Chicken Liver.  Growing up in New York, one of my fondest childhood culinary memories is of the Sunday meals our family enjoyed at the once-famous Jewish-Romanian-style restaurant, Seymour Kaye's in Forest Hills, Queens. Picture crisp, white linen tablecloths and napkins, smiling servers in black vests and bowties, a gay African American piano player belting out Yiddish tunes, and a Puerto Rican chef turning out the most incredible Yiddish cuisine. That was Seymour Kaye's. Seymour's larger-than-life personality, (he'd make loud "kissy" noises when he wanted to get the attention of one of the servers!), the impromptu designer clothing store "hidden" behind a wall of curtains, the upbeat, boisterous, family-friendly atmosphere, and the incredible Yiddish cuisine made the restaurant a cultural landmark that attracted customers from Manhattan to LA. Celebrities like Walter Matthau loved the place, and I even tended bar there for a short time!

A favorite appetizer at Seymour Kaye's was the chopped chicken liver. My father used to slather it in schmaltz and grebbenes—liquid chicken fat and fried chicken fat and onion cracklings. (Sounds gross, I know, and talk about a recipe for a heart attack!) But I cannot help associating many fond memories with the flavor of this dish, and Nava's cruelty-free recipe for this Yiddish pâté, made with cashew, onion, and mushrooms is a deliciously heart-healthy counterpart to Seymour's dish. Whether or not you've ever tasted chopped liver, you will love this yummy spread! 



And while we're talking about great Jewish cuisine, I went nuts over Nava's recipe for Moroccan-Style Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls! Matzo ball soup is usually enjoyed during Passover, and vegan matzo balls are typically made with tofu. But that's a problem for many religious Jews, because beans and bean products (like tofu) are forbidden foods during the week of Passover. What a brilliant idea to substitute quinoa flakes! Let me tell you, the matzo balls tasted fabulous and held together beautifully (even after reheating), and the soup was hearty, flavorful, and filling!


Vegan Holiday Kitchen is filled with fabulous soup recipes. And when it's cold outside, soup is a staple at our house. Being the coconut fool that I am, the recipe for Coconut Butternut Squash Soup looked too tasty not to try. With a hint of curry and ginger, and the delightful additions of red onion, apple, and kale, this hearty soup was a tantalizingly delicious departure from corn chowder, miso, and tomato soup.


I was lucky enough to receive my copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen in time for the winter holidays. I couldn't resist including several of the delectable dishes from within its pages at our holiday dinner table. I'll let the photos speak for themselves, and just say this: each and every one of these dishes was beyond scrumptious! 

Hearty Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd's Pie ...


Sweet Potato Biscuits ...


Walnut Apple Stuffing (to which I added a few dried cranberries) ....


Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Hint of Chocolate (lusciousness!)...


Ruggelach (sweet cinnamony-chocolate cookies) ...


I hope your mouth is watering at this point, because I know you, too will fall crazy in love with the 200+ festive recipes you'll find in Vegan Holiday Kitchen! And I hope you'll get yourself a copy of this book right away, and start making each day your very own happy little vegan holiday!

Update: Congratulations to Emily Soleil! The wonderful, handy-dandy random number generator selected her number, and Emily has won a copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen! Emily, please send me an email with your postal address so we can send you your book! Thank you to everyone who made this giveaway such a huge success! Stay tuned for more great giveaways in 2012!

Want to win a copy?* Okay, here's your chance: All you need to do is leave a comment below telling me which one of the recipes in Vegan Holiday Kitchen you'd most like to try. It can be one of the recipes above, or you can view the complete recipe index here on amazon.com. (Please make sure I have your email address so I can contact you when you win!) If you'd like to earn additional entries, please do any or all of the following, and leave a comment for each item you complete:

1. Follow this blog by clicking the "follow" link in the upper left-hand corner of this page, subscribing via email, or through NetworkedBlogs.
2. Tweet the following message: Win a copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen via @Vegiegail & make each day your very own vegan holiday! http://bit.ly/yivhee #cook #vegan #giveaway
3. Like VegKitchen on Facebook!
4. Follow @Vegiegail on Twitter!
5. Follow @navaatlas2 on Twitter!
6. Follow @susanffvk on Twitter!

*Sorry international friends. Giveaway is only open to readers with a valid US postal address.

226 comments:

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Kaycee said...

I follow Hungry Vegan through Google Friend Connect!

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Kaycee said...

I like VegKitchen on Facebook

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Kaycee said...

I follor VegieGail on Twitter!

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Kaycee said...

I follow Nava Atlas on Twitter

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Kaycee said...

I follow SusanV on Twitter!

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Marissa, canine couture designer extraordinaire said...

I like Veg Kitchen on Facebook!

Marissa, canine couture designer extraordinaire said...

I would love to make the Ruggelach!!!!

Shane said...

I want to try the Moroccan Soup with Matzo Balls.

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fondducoeur said...

I have been wanting a copy of this book for quite a while now, and would love, love to have it in time to make the Strawberry Snack Cake for my hubby and I to share on Valentine's Day!

Shane said...

I liked VegKitchen on Facebook

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Pat Carson said...

Vegan Holiday Kitchen: All the recipes look so good, it's hard to decide on one but since I am a pumpkin and chocolate enthusiast, I'd first go for the Pumpkin Cheesecake with a hint of Chocolate.

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yogavegan said...

i just subscribed and liked you on facebook, this cookbook looks amazing!!

Lex said...

The cookies at the very end of your post look amazing; that's the recipes I'd be tempted to try first! And I like VegKitchen on Facebook and am subscribing to the blog! Thank you so much!

Lex

katehopeeden said...

Hearty Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd's Pie!
Or the one with the big fat noodles! I <3 noodles!

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Laura S. said...

The stuffing was yummy.

katehopeeden said...

I liked VegKitchen on Facebook!!

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Willow said...

I would like to try the Mock Chopped Chicken Liver. Such a healthier spin on the old recipe!

:o)

Andrea A said...

I would love to make the Shepherd's Pie...perfect winter comfort food!!!

Julee said...

Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Hint of Chocolate!

E Soleil said...

Cashew Chocolate Mousse Pie sounds like heaven. I've been working on figuring out how to make a rich tasting chocolate mousse, and this may help me on my way.
emilysoleil@gmail.com

Harvest Hands Los Anonos said...

Oh! The hearty lentil and mushroom shepherd's pie sounds awesome! I follow fatfreevegan and am happy to have another great looking blog to follow!

Vera @ Cozy Little Cabin said...

I like VegKitchen.com on Facebook and sure hope I win the book! I've been drooling over it forever!

E Soleil said...

I now follow VegieGail on Twitter.

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Jessica said...

That ruggelach looks absolutely sinful! I must try it.

E Soleil said...

I tweeted Win a copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen via @Vegiegail and make each day your very own vegan holiday! http://bit.ly/yivhee #vegan #cookbook #giveaway

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MarkTwain said...

Tweeted!

E Soleil said...

I now follow navaatlas2 on Twitter

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E Soleil said...

I now follow susanffvk on Twitter

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MarkTwain said...

I Like VegKitchen on Facebook!

E Soleil said...

I like VegKitchen on Facebook

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MarkTwain said...

I Follow @Vegiegail on Twitter!

Sociology in Kentucky said...

I would love to try the Hearty Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd's Pie. Comfort food!!!

MarkTwain said...

I Follow @navaatlas2 on Twitter!

E Soleil said...

I subscribed to Hungry Vegan via email.

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MarkTwain said...

I Follow @susanffvk on Twitter!

Elaine Clark said...

I have already tried Hearty Lentil Mushroom Shepherd's Pie and loved it. My daughter has the book, but I need my own. Thanks.

Melissa nuyens said...

I would love to try the lentil shepherd's pie. Looks hearty!

Christie said...

It's cold here in Wisconsin, so the first one I would try would be the Moroccan-Style Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls, although Baba Ghanouj is a close second! And I will be following VegKitchen on facebook!

LJS said...

I follow on FaceBook!

LJS said...

I follow through email!

WendL said...

I can't wait to try the Moroccan-Style Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls!

page2 said...

My grandmother used to tell me how health it was to eat sweet potatoes. I'm loving the sweet potato biscuits.

MiChelle said...

I have not cooked very many Jewish foods so I would like to try a whole Jewish meal (not just one recipe) and also learn more about the Jewish culture.

LaJuana said...

Had to shorten my tweet but it's there! Plus following all and subscribed...loved the dishes shown....think the coconut butternut soup has to be my first dish...have butternut in the freezer just waiting for a wonderful new recipe!

mgmom said...

sweet potato biscuits

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Kelly said...

It's so difficult to choose, but those Ruggelach look AMAZING.

Christina D. said...

Multi Mushroom Barley soup sounds delectable and a good one to perfect this time of year. This book looks amazing, i heart Nava. (and you for the giveaway!)

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sweetporridge said...

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Christina D. said...

A VegKitchen follower as well.

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Ellen said...

Great post! I want to make the Roasted Red Pepper and Sun-Dried Tomato Guacamole. It sounds so good!

camsmom said...

MMM. I'd love to try them all,but if I have to choose one, it would be the Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Hint of Chocolate. I am happy to have learned about your vegan blog!!! songgirlc@yahoo.com

camsmom said...

I 'liked' you on FB!

Dianna said...

All the recipes look delicious! I think I would like to try the pumkin cheese with a hint of chocolate!

Crzyquilter said...

I have followed Susan by email and on FB since I began this journey nearly 4 yrs ago. I'm thrilled to find another great link to good recipes. I'm looking forward to trying the Baba Ganoush you raved about. I lived in the middle east for 6 1/2 yrs and it is a fave. I even make my own pita bread (because you can't get decent whole wheat pitas where I live). Yummy!
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Marlene said...

Rugalach

Kristin said...

Walnut Apple Stuffing! YUMMO!

Anonymous said...

I would love to try the pumpkin and chocolate cheesecake! I eat pumpkin every day, and I love experimenting with new pumpkin recipes! melhow25@bellsouth.net

Christina said...

I want to try the eggplant moussaka! I've been dying to find a good recipe for it :)

I also just subscribed (adamDOTchristina AT gmail.com) and already like VegKitchen on Facebook (christina frey)
Thanks!

Vegyogini said...

I'd love to try the Moroccan-Style Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls! What an interesting take on a traditional dish. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jennʻs Adventureʻs said...

I follow your blog!

Jennʻs Adventureʻs said...

I follow you on tiwtter! (@JennsAdventures)

Jennʻs Adventureʻs said...

I follow VegKitchen.com on facebook:)

Jennʻs Adventureʻs said...

I follow @susanffvk on twitter!

the spaz said...

I follow via blog/email as well as on facebook. the veg moroccon soup w/vegan matzo sounds awesome!!

Lauren said...

APPLE WALNUT STUFFING! I could live on stuffing. Definitely the stuffing!

Martha said...

The baba ghanouj looks super great! I'd like to try that recipe. I am also following you on Facebook and Twitter.

kastex said...

I'd like to try ANY of them as I gave MY NEW copy away as a gift for Chanukah! I already follow VegKitchen on fb. And now I'm following YOU on Pinterest!

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MissEllis said...

I'd most like to try the "Classic Vegan Pumpkin Pie"

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Helen said...

WOW! Everything looks incredibly delicious! I would love to try making the strawberry cake and the shepherd's pie first!

Helen said...

I follow Hungry Vegan!

Morphine said...

1. I follow the blog.

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Morphine said...

3. I like on FB.

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stephanie said...

We made the shepherd's pie for Christmas. It was awesome. Even our meat eating family loved it.

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Unknown said...

I MUST try the ruggelach! I like VegKitchen on Facebook.

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Jen B. said...

I'd love to try the Cashew Chocolate Mousse Pie recipe in Vegan Holiday Kitchen!

scarriemom said...

I follow Hungry Vegan via email.

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scarriemom said...

I would love to try the Pumpkin Cheesecake. It looks yummy!

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scarriemom said...

I tweeted the message.

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scarriemom said...

I like VegKitchen on Facebook!

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scarriemom said...

I follow @Vegiegail on Twitter!

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T.M. said...

Oh I'd love to try this recipe Moroccan-Style Vegetable Soup with Matzo Balls. Making my mouth water!
And I also like VegKitchen on Facebook. Thanks!

scarriemom said...

I follow @navaatlas2 on Twitter!

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scarriemom said...

I follow @susanffvk on Twitter!

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kcaruthers said...

I would love to try the Baked Tofu Tortilla Extravaganza.

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Pamela said...

I subscribed by email :) Can't wait!

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Pamela said...

Hearty Lentil & Mushroom Shepherds Pie would be my first choice & then maybe the Mock Liver Pate... I'm a comfort food junkie.

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Pamela said...

I liked VegKitchen on Facebook...

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Pamela said...

I followed @VegieGail

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Pamela said...

I followed @navaatlas2 on Twitter

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Pamela said...

followed @susanffvk on Twitter... LOVE her blog!!! I've been a fan for a few years now!

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Pamela said...

Tweeted "Win a copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen via @Vegiegail & make each day your very own vegan holiday! http://bit.ly/yivhee #cook #vegan #giveaway"

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Jeanice said...

I would like to try Sweet Potato Biscuits, of course!

Christi said...

I follow Vegkitchen on Facebook.

Helen Gutfreund said...

I did all 6 of the above things. I love Nava Atlas and all her cook books, and I have it on good authority the the matzo ball recipe in this book is to die for!

Christi said...

I'm an email subscriber to the blog.

moonsword said...

I think Gingered Winter Fruit Medley would make me spinnably happy...I'd love to try it! :)

bonnie said...

I tweetedWin a copy of @theurbanvegan's Celebrate Vegan via @Vegiegail and make everyday a holiday! http://bit.ly/tJBteh #vegan #cookbook #giveaway

Bonnie said...

I like navaatlas2 on twitter

The Daily Dish said...

I can't wait to try the agave & mustard glazed Brussels sprouts. And the banana chocolate chip mini loaves, and... the list goes on. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway and for such a stellar tribute to Nava's book. She's the best and I'd LOVE to win this.

The Daily Dish said...

I already like VegKitchen on Facebook (of course!)

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The Daily Dish said...

I follow @NavaAtlas2 on Twitter

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Mandy said...

my son would love the sweet strawberry cake.

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Katrina Falasco said...

Those pictures look amazing!!! I can't wait to try some of those recipes!


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Shannon said...

Definitely want to try the pumpkin cheesecake with a hint of chocolate! I have tried the Coconut Butternut Squash soup and it is DELISH!!!

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Anonymous said...

Coconut butternut squash soup

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Rebecca said...

I just "liked" VegKitchen.com on facebook!

Rebecca said...

I'm following Vegiegail on twitter!

Rebecca said...

I'm following Nava Atlas on twitter!

Rebecca said...

I'm following Susan V on twitter! @rebeccaablock

Rebecca said...

I've already tried the coconut butternut squash soup and it was DELICIOUS, but I'd love to try the sweet potato biscuits & chili corn bread!

Anonymous said...

I think they all look soooo good, but I'd like to try the top one. You don't have a name for it on that first page, but it looks to have beans and noodles and spinach? or Kale? Hard to tell. But, it looks NUMMERS!
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Jean Kaeding

Karen said...

I can't wait to try the Spiced Vegetable Peanut Soup!

Karen said...

I have subscribed via email.

Karen said...

I like VegKitchen on FB

danielle said...

I'd love to try the Sweet Potato Biscuits

chickpeafreak said...

Following the blog! Would love to try some of these yummies.

danielle said...

follow via NetworkedBlogs.

danielle said...

Like VegKitchen on Facebook! danielle mini donohue

danielle said...

Follow @Vegiegail on Twitter!
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danielle said...

Follow @navaatlas2 on Twitter!
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danielle said...

Follow @susanffvk on Twitter!
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Anonymous said...

I would love to try all the recipes but first would be the strawberry snack cake.

Diane said...

I also like Hungry Vegan on FB.

Susan said...

I would like to try the Hearty Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd's Pie - I love lentils! I would love to win a copy of this cookbook. I have Nava Atlas's Vegetarian Celebrations and it is wonderful.

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Shear Sensations said...

the moraccan vegetable soup is gorgeous and I bet great tasting. Love the food in that book.

Shear Sensations said...

I love that book Gail. HINT!!!

JaSminE said...

I'm following Susan V on facebook and twitter

Would love to see Strawberry Snack Cake

Anonymous said...

I'd love to try the strawberry snack cake for my next visit to the Grandchildrens house!
I follow on Facebook!

Amy said...

Those Sweet Potato Biscuits look AMAZING and light! I'd LOVE to make them!

Amy said...

I've subscribed to the blog so I don't miss any new posts!

Amy said...

I follow susanffvk on Twitter (via RSS)

Amy said...

I 'liked' VegKitchen on FB

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NancyB said...

I’d like to try the Hearty Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie and win the book.
Thanks,
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Cassandra said...

What beautiful photos! That Pumpkin Cheesecake looks simply scrumptious. It would definitely be the first recipe I made. ;)

NancyB said...

I subscribed to the blog (and would love to win the book).

Thanks,

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Cassandra said...

I follow you via Opera's RSS feed! I can prove it with a screenshot if necessary! :)

NancyB said...

I liked Vegkitchen on Facebook,

Thanks,
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NancyB said...

Following @vegiegail on Twitter…
Thanks,
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NancyB said...

Following susanffvk on Twitter,
Thanks,
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Nowimcooking said...

I want to try the Black Bean and Sweet Potato Tortilla Casserole from the Vegan Holiday Cookbook!

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Nowimcooking said...

I like VegKitchen on Facebook!!!!!!!!

NancyB said...

Following navaatlas2 on Twitter…
Thanks,
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NancyB said...

I tweeted
Win a copy of Vegan Holiday Kitchen via @Vegiegail & make each day your very own vegan holiday! http://bit.ly/yivhee #cook #vegan #giveaway

Thanks,
drnancyb@gmail.com

Jo Anne said...

Pumpkin cheesecake with chocolate sounds fabulous! dogmama51@comcast.net

Renee G said...

I would like to try the Green Chili Corn Bread recipe.
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Renee G said...

E-mail subscriber
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Renee G said...

Tweet
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Renee G said...

Like VegKitchen on Facebook! (renee Grandinetti)
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Lucky Library Lady said...

I want to make the pumpkin cheesecake!

Gretchen said...

I am impressed by how many of the recipes you made! I have never had matzo ball soup, but now I want to!

Athena said...

I would love to make the Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup.

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Athena said...

I already follow the blog via email.
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Athena said...

I like you on FB.

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Athena said...

I follow you on Twitter @GoddessFoodie.

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Jill B. said...

The sweet potato biscuits sound awesome. Would love to win the book to try them.

Health Zoomer said...

The baba will be my first recipe. I've never made it but always bought it. Would love the recipe and all the fab looking recipes in this book. I WANT it. LOL

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I would love to win this book. I have a few of Nava's vegetarian cookbooks and love her simple but great recipes.

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I follow Nava on twitter. I am @greentalk.

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I follow vegigail on twitter.

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I follow Hungry Vegan via email.

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I follow Hungry Vegan via email.

Anna (Green Talk) said...

I tweeted about it.

mvor said...

I just subscribed to your blog - TY.

Shari said...

Not an easy choice but I will go with the Matzo Brei! I have fond memories of my mother making it, and she did not cook. Unfortunately, I don't know how to either but would love to start with this book!

I also tweeted about the giveaway - @shariwexler.

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CrystalAW said...

Looks like an awesome cookbook. I liked VegKitchen on Facebook. *crossing my fingers*

Lizzie Bordello said...

I follow your blog. :)

Lizzie Bordello said...

I just tweeted the giveaway.

Lizzie Bordello said...

I already follow you on Twitter.

Lizzie Bordello said...

I just liked VegKitchen on Facebook.

Lizzie Bordello said...

I thought I was already following @navaatlas2 on Twitter, but apparently I wasn't. I am now. :)

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

yummy Coconut Butternut Squash Soup

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

Lizzie Bordello said...

I'm also now following @susanffvk.

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

I tweeted your giveaway

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Sarah said...

Oh, the walnut apple stuffing looks divine - I want to make that!

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

I like VegKitchen.com on facebook (Louis H Uffmire)

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♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

following @Vegiegail on twitter @left_the_stars


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Lizzie Bordello said...

I've been kind of obsessed with eggplant lately, so I think I would start off easy with the Baba Ganouj, and then try the Grilled Eggplant Curry. :)

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

following @navaatlas2 on twitter @left_the_stars


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Sarah said...

I already follow SusanV on Twitter!

Sarah said...

I now follow @Vegiegail on Twitter!

Sarah said...

I now follow @navaatlas2 on Twitter!

Kasey said...

I completed all six items, because I really want to try that rugelach recipe desperately!

Bethany S. said...

I really would love to try the recipe for Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup! My aunt used to make something similar, and of course I haven't had it in decades.

Bethany S. said...

I subscribe to your blog via e-mail.

Bethany S. said...

I "like" VegKitchen on facebook.

MissEllis said...

I subscribe via email, and I love your website. It is so cute:-)

MissEllis said...

I tweeted too!

MissEllis said...

I liked Vegkitchen on Facebook..and I hope I win a cookbook:-)

MissEllis said...

I'm Following @Vegiegail on Twitter!

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I'm following @navaatlas2 on Twitter!

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I'm following @susanffvk on Twitter!

Michal said...

I'd like to try making that Matzo Ball soup!

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Anonymous said...

I want to try some of those delicious looking soups, like Multi-Mushroom Barley & Coconut Butternut Squash.

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Terri Cole said...

i am following your blog

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Terri Cole said...

I like VegKitchen on FB

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Abby Bean said...

My mom makes a fantastic vegan matzoh ball soup with wheat gluten (not Kosher), but I'd love to try this version.

Ashley said...

The strawberry snack cake looks amazing!! Thanks for the giveaway!
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Ashley said...

I subscribe via email

Ashley said...

I tweeted!

Ashley said...

I like vegkitchen on fb!

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