"A vegetarian delight, filled with unusual recipes combining the flair of California nouvelle cuisine with the down-home charm of meals improvised from fresh garden fare."— Yoga Journal
The author introduces a 100 or so vegetarian recipes with charming stories and poems about where they came from, suggestions for how and when to serve them, and precise instructions for making them perfectly. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
what a delight to sit down with this book and pour over the recipes knowing they are from Tassajara..a virtual paradise in California...if you do not have this book, get it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Susan J. Hughes
This book has some great recipes and it is much better than the typical vegetarian cook booksPublished 13 months ago by JBuff
I lost my original Tassajara book ages ago. I was delighted to find them available through the marketplace. Whole foods, organic, prepared with mindfulness and care. Read morePublished 13 months ago by MikoNoNyte
It was in very good shape and my granddaughters loved it. They both wanted one for Christmas but got it a little later.Published 18 months ago by joanne f huff
Every recipe is amazingly delicious, easy to follow and so creative. Anyone who likes to bake should own a copy of this cookbook.Published 21 months ago by Anna
This is one of the best cookbooks ever. all the Tassajara food rocks. a great companion to the bread bookPublished on February 23, 2013 by Micheala Johnson
You won't be disappointed in any of the books from this Retreat.
I haven't found anything I don't like yet...
After watching How to Cook Your Life our mouths were watering for some of that amazing looking bread they made at Tassajara. So, we bought this book. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by JulieDarling