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Initial post: Jun 11, 2012 5:33:29 AM PDT
Mark says:

For the people who've purchased this cookbook, I was wondering how suitable it'd be for vegetarians.

I expect lots of meat recipes, but I was hoping for enough meatless ones to be able to justify buying the book for a vegetarian friend without feeling like it'd be pointless for her.


In reply to an earlier post on Jun 15, 2012 8:49:14 AM PDT
AC says:
If you are interested in giving them a cookbook where there are vegetarian main courses, I would say probably not. But that being said, there are plenty of other recipes that aren't meats dripping with juices ;) There are:

* breads (which include a black bread and fruit stuffed buns)
* salads and sides (some are meat based, but there are also the medieval and modern pease porridge recipes, and the truly awesome sweetcorn fritters);
* soups (cold fruit soups both medieval and modern, and leek and pumpkin soups where you could probably swap out the chicken broth with vegetable);
* a really lovely pair of cheese and onion pies (I like the modern recipe, and swap out fondue-appropriate cheeses and nutmeg for the cheddar and cayenne);
* beverages (including the green-tea based "iced minty green drink"); and
* desserts (which are varied and all look yummy - I admit I haven't tried those)

If she eats fish, then there are several sides, stews and main courses she could try - including the showstopping Sister's Stew (a cream-based fish stew preferably served in a black bread - yum!)

Hope this helps!
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A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel (Hardcover - May 29, 2012)
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