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Continually rated as one of the best vegan restaurants in the country, Candle 79 is at the forefront of a movement to bring elegance and sophistication to vegetarian cuisine. Not only is its fare local, seasonal, organic, and sustainable, but also so flavorful and satisfying that customers—vegan and omnivore alike—are constantly asking for recipes to cook at home. This col Continually rated as one of the best vegan restaurants in the country, Candle 79 is at the forefront of a movement to bring elegance and sophistication to vegetarian cuisine. Not only is its fare local, seasonal, organic, and sustainable, but also so flavorful and satisfying that customers—vegan and omnivore alike—are constantly asking for recipes to cook at home. This collection answers that call, with simple yet impressive recipes for Chickpea Crepes, Ginger-Seitan Dumplings, Live Lasagna, Chocolate Mousse Towers, Cucumber-Basil Martinis, and more. Expanding the horizons of vegan fare with appetizers, soups, salads, mains, brunches, desserts, cocktails, and wine pairings, Candle 79 Cookbook invites every home cook to make truly green cuisine.


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Continually rated as one of the best vegan restaurants in the country, Candle 79 is at the forefront of a movement to bring elegance and sophistication to vegetarian cuisine. Not only is its fare local, seasonal, organic, and sustainable, but also so flavorful and satisfying that customers—vegan and omnivore alike—are constantly asking for recipes to cook at home. This col Continually rated as one of the best vegan restaurants in the country, Candle 79 is at the forefront of a movement to bring elegance and sophistication to vegetarian cuisine. Not only is its fare local, seasonal, organic, and sustainable, but also so flavorful and satisfying that customers—vegan and omnivore alike—are constantly asking for recipes to cook at home. This collection answers that call, with simple yet impressive recipes for Chickpea Crepes, Ginger-Seitan Dumplings, Live Lasagna, Chocolate Mousse Towers, Cucumber-Basil Martinis, and more. Expanding the horizons of vegan fare with appetizers, soups, salads, mains, brunches, desserts, cocktails, and wine pairings, Candle 79 Cookbook invites every home cook to make truly green cuisine.

30 review for Candle 79 Cookbook: Modern Vegan Classics from New York's Premier Sustainable Restaurant

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Vegan

    I was almost through reading this book, just in time to return it to the library, and I received one last holiday/thank you/etc. gift from a friend who bought a copy of this for herself, and a copy for me. I’m so excited. If I can’t get to NYC at least I have access to the food. Even if I get to NYC, unless I can find an apartment there for at least an entire month, I couldn’t possibly eat at Candle 79 more than a very few times. To tell the truth, I was hoping I wouldn’t be wowed by this cookbo I was almost through reading this book, just in time to return it to the library, and I received one last holiday/thank you/etc. gift from a friend who bought a copy of this for herself, and a copy for me. I’m so excited. If I can’t get to NYC at least I have access to the food. Even if I get to NYC, unless I can find an apartment there for at least an entire month, I couldn’t possibly eat at Candle 79 more than a very few times. To tell the truth, I was hoping I wouldn’t be wowed by this cookbook. I was hoping I’d feel satisfied being in NYC and avoiding this expensive restaurant, but no such luck. This is a must go destination, even if I end up making a lot of the recipes myself. This is a great vegan cookbook, a great cookbook. It’s gorgeous and it’s a pleasure to read cover to cover. There are mouthwatering photos of the recipes and also of foods in their natural state and of the restaurant. (Almost) every recipe has its own photo. There are vegan meats and cheeses, alcohol, vinegar, and some other foods in which I don’t have interest, but most dishes contain ingredients I love and most others could be easily tweaked. This is a very readable book, engaging and interesting. I love how the first restaurant, Candle Café, started: with New York lottery winnings. (It has its own vegan cookbook.) I notice from the resources list they like my favorite organic maple syrup, Shady Maple Farms, from Canada. Contents: Foreword Introduction Amuse-Bouches and Appetizers Soups Salads Entrées Sides, Sauces, and Secrets Brunch Desserts Drinks Glossary Resources Acknowledgments About the Authors Index Measurement Conversion Charts The dishes I most want to eat/make are: from appetizers: Roasted Artichokes with Spring Vegetables and Crispy Onion Rings; Avocado Salsa; Smoked Paprika Hummus from soups: Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with Crispy Sage Leaves; Herbed Potato-Leek Soup; Black Bean and Roasted Poblano Soup from salads: Watercress, Jicama, and Corn Salad with Jalapeño Dressing from entrées: Spring Vegetable Risotto; Wild Mushroom and Spring Vegetable Fricassee; Herb-Marinated Grilled Vegetables; Saffron Ravioli with Wild Mushrooms and Cashew Cheese; Manicotti Rustica; Potato Gnocchi; Pan-Seared Pine Nut Pesto Tofu; Chile-Grilled Tofu with Avocado-Tomatillo Sauce; Live Lasagna; Black Bean-Chipotle Burgers from sides, sauces, and secrets: Barbequed Black-Eyed Peas; Sweet Potato Mash; Potato Cakes; Polenta Fries (one of the few fried foods I’ve seen I’d be willing to put my stomach, and health, through); Soba Noodles; Gingered Sugar Snap Peas; Roasted Plum Tomato Sauce; Pesto; Apricot Chutney; Cashew Crème Fraîche from brunch: Chickpea Crepes; Wild Mushroom, Asparagus, and Spring Vegetable Crepe, Butternut Squash, Mushroom, and Sage Crepes; Home-Style Pancakes with Blueberry Butter; Mixed-Grain Waffles with Raspberry Butter from desserts: Sorbets; Mexican Chocolate Cake; Apple-Apricot Strudel; Chocolate Mousse Tower (it alone being worth a trip to NYC!); and Doughnuts, which seem to be sans holes here, but since that means more cake so who cares?! they reminded me of the discussions we’ve been having in the Vegan Cooking & Cookbooks group, including about vegan doughnuts, in a couple of our discussion threads. from drinks: Apricot Spritzer; Ginger Ale I know nobody can eat like this all the time, due to expense and time constraints, but honestly, when I read all the vegan cookbooks and online and in magazines vegan recipes out there, for those living in areas with access to many different types of foods, why not vegan?! Completely satisfying food! I want to add that this is a gourmet restaurant with elaborate dishes, but most look surprisingly easy to make, though I suppose this book is best for experienced cooks.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    A wide variety of recipes from New York's best vegan restaurant. I've personally made two of their recipes and one of them, the Black Bean and Roasted Poblano Soup, has become a "keeper" recipe that I make once a month. There are so many "dull" vegan recipes out there, but I don't think you'll find any dull recipes in this book. There are quite a few that have soy - tofu, tempeh, etc. - as a main ingredient and I'm not really into soy, but there are plenty of recipes that don't have soy in them, A wide variety of recipes from New York's best vegan restaurant. I've personally made two of their recipes and one of them, the Black Bean and Roasted Poblano Soup, has become a "keeper" recipe that I make once a month. There are so many "dull" vegan recipes out there, but I don't think you'll find any dull recipes in this book. There are quite a few that have soy - tofu, tempeh, etc. - as a main ingredient and I'm not really into soy, but there are plenty of recipes that don't have soy in them, too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Simonew

    Would love to go to this restaurant and try out the food . Very inspiring cook book - makes me feel I could be a vegan - but that would be hard to do in a house full of carnivores .

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Some of the dishes are quite complicated and involved. I guess that's OK if you're a restaurant but not if you're trying to prepare things at home. That said, the restaurants are outstanding and the food is spectacular.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cindel

    The recipes looked interesting, but required skills/ingredients that I don't have.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Grace Dadoyan

    Lovely pictures, wide variety of recipes. The recipes are more for entertaining than for everyday meals.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Maria Antonopoulos

    I did not find this to be an easy, go-to recipe book. But some great ideas and worth the effort if you're a dedicated vegan.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chika

    Best vegan cookbook. EVERYTHING I've made from this book is to die for.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anne Henry

  10. 5 out of 5

    Abduchaf Amine fadil

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emilio Martinez-Cordero

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bernadette

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vaj Potenza

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kisha Smith

  16. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brigette

  19. 5 out of 5

    April

  20. 4 out of 5

    Linda Porter

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen Alstadt

  22. 4 out of 5

    Laurie Zimmermann

  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

    Jude Matsalla

  25. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

  26. 4 out of 5

    MME DOWNES JENNIFER

  27. 5 out of 5

    jessica

  28. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wilson Junior

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katy Hill

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