A Vegetarian and A Meat Lover Debate the PlateeBook - 2007
One eats meat. The other doesn't. Both are professional chefs. And both have recipes that make a deliciously persuasive case for each chef's point of view. In a delightful culinary turn on "he said, she said," dueling chefs Maggie Pleskac and Sean Carmichael engage in a delectable debate over the merits of the cuisines of vegetarians and carnivores in the form of recipe one-upmanship in which only the reader is sure to win. nbsp; Between entertaining banter and edifying discussion of exciting ingredients, Pleskac and Carmichael challenge each other--and cooks everywhere--with eighty recipes as creative (and mouthwatering) as Beef Brisket with Blueberry BBQ Sauce and Jackfruit Pineapple BBQ on a Bun. Lobster and falafel, curried eggs and smoked halibut, tempeh and quinoa, stuffed capon breast and chickpeas in coconut sauce, goulash and salmon cakes and Bolshevik Beet and Blue Gratin: whatever diet suits your fancy, the dueling chefs have dishes to make your days and nights as delightful as your taste buds can bear.
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln [Neb.] : c2007
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiii, 116 p.) : ill