With over 400 hundred classic recipes, divided into 14 chapters, such as: breakfasts, light lunches, beans, pulses and tofu, pies and pastries, and desserts and sweets, there is something for everyone - even the meatiest meat eater. The beginning of the book provides a useful nutritional and pantry guide, and a glossary and comprehensive weights and measures guide is included for quick reference. Dame Alison Holst has been inspiring vegetarians in the kitchen for nearly 50 years, and she returns with another fantastic collaboration with her son Simon.
About the Authors
Alison Holst grew up and was educated in Dunedin, graduating in 1959 with the degree of Bachelor of Home Science. She made her first national television cooking programme in 1965, and published her first best-selling cookbook in the following year.
Having grown up in a cooking household Simon has a passion for food and cooking! Simon has co-authored 27 best selling books with his mother Alison, and completed five of his own solo books. In addition to books, Simon contirbutes to newspapers and now AA Directions magazine. In spite of a hectic lifestyle as a food writer and food stylist he has also been a judge for Cheese Awards, and Wine and Food Challenges. Simon has also recently completed a Certificate of Wine, as well as being part way through a Diploma of Community Nutrition.