Meat- and Dairy-Free Recipes for
I wish you would write another cookbook for two. There are so many of us ones and twos out here. I use Table for Two like a bible. I have made just about everything in it, and even my [nonvegan] mother likes some of the recipes. My family thinks I am nuts because I am vegan. I did not start out to become a vegetarian, but the more I ate vegetarian the less I could stand the taste and texture of meat. Love your recipes!
I love both your cookbooks Table For Two and Vegan Vittles. Being a widow for several years now and living by myself I have found Table For Two really a handy cookbook. I have made about half the recipes in it and every one has turned out delicious.
What I especially like are the menus you have in the front of the book. My favorite foods are bean soups and anything made with black beans. I hope you will do another cookbook for two and include more menus."
Jean Ann P.
"I have always been turned off to cooking -- no
time, too many ingredients, too much mess. Table
for Two has changed all that! While the Lentil Couscous
Stew was simmering I made muffins for tomorrow! I am
only cooking for myself, and most recipes are for 4-6
people, so I end up throwing so much food away. The
recipes in Table for Two are
enough for my dinner tonight and lunch tomorrow. Very
"Thank you for your Sunflower Cookie recipe! They
have got to be the easiest cookies to make, and, of
course, they always turn out great."
"I had to tell you that I just made your cinnamon
buns from Table for Two. My
question is this: how do I keep from eating them ALL
before my husband gets home? (I already ate one straight
out of the oven, unglazed! Well, I had to see if they
were really done in the middle, didn't I?) It could
be a few hours! The smell is driving me crazy. When
it comes time to put our home on the market, I will
use this recipe. I really think the smell of these cinnamon
buns could sell our house!"
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