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Cookbook Club: July 2020: Vegetables for Breakfast (Wolfson-Moche)

Cookbook Club

July 2020 Event: Virtual Cooking Class with Nancy Wolfson-Moche​


Partner: Wakeman Town Farm

Looking for new choices for breakfast?  Nancy Wolfson-Moche, author of VEGETABLES FOR BREAKFAST FROM A TO Z: ​Change Your Breakfast, Change Your Life, offered a virtual cook a-long event to help shake up your morning routine and find new foods to help you feel energized and ready for the day.


 

 

 

July 2020 Virtual Cooking Session with Nancy

 Click here for a copy of the recipes.  The menu: Barley or Rice Risotto, Rainbow Matchstick Salad and Cucumber Melon Mousse. 

Meet our guest...

Nancy Wolfson-Moche CHHC, RYT, is the founder of you are because you eat. She coaches, blogs, crafts curricula and recipes, teaches health, wellness, culinary arts and culinary medicine to students of all ages. Nancy presents eating as a sacred practice, creating edible art, symbolic meals and menus infused with meaning and ritual. She is a certified practitioner of macrobiotics, yoga and Torah yoga.  Nancy was an editor and writer on lifestyle magazines and digital platforms. Her writing has appeared in scores of magazines, newspapers and books. Check out Nancy's website: youarebecauseyoueat.com

 

Featured Book

Vegetables for Breakfast from A to Z book Vegetables for Breakfast from A to Z  invites the reader to re-imagine breakfast, letter by letter, season by season. Just as breakfast kick-starts the day, this book kick-starts the way you cook and eat vegetables. In addition to quick, easy, delicious recipes for both vegetables and accompanying grain dishes (such as: Asparagus Almondine, Yellow Carrot Nori Rolls, Purple Daikon Corn Salad, and many more), it offers insights about the most important meal of the day, facts and tips about the vegetables' nutrients, their effects on the body, including little known vegetable lore. ''An invaluable resource for any home cook or chef that will forever change how you cook with vegetables.''

Selection from the Library collection...
Link to River Cottage Veg by Hugh  Fearnley-Whittingstall,in the catalog
link to Food52 Mighty Salads in the catalog
Link to Vegetables Unleashed by Jose Andrés in the catalog
Link to Vegetariano : 400 regional Italian recipes by  Slow Food Editore
Link to Saladish by Ilene Rosen in the catalog
Link to The Connecticut farm table cookbook : 150 home-grown recipes from the Nutmeg State by Tracey Medeiros and Christy Colasurdo