Professionally Published Cookbooks The value increases if the book is a first edition, in excellent condition, was published before 1950, contains elaborate and colorful covers with many period photographs and quaint illustrations, contains specific recipes with both lists of ingredients and preparation instructions, and also contains additional cultural or historical information regarding the cuisine, cooks or recipes.
The most profound relationships are often the ones that challenge our beliefs and make us question ourselves. We're both long-term vegans — Ayinde his entire life and Zoe since adulthood — and when we met, we just had to discuss our past relationships, which weren't always simpatico.
When one partner is vegan, and the other is not, a slew of interesting situations arise, from simple to complex. Our real “aha” moment came with the blunt realization that despite being faithful vegans ourselves, neither one of us had ever dated another vegan. Our past relationships taught us both that troubles can arise when diet and lifestyles just don't align.
is a kitchen reference publication containing a collection of recipes, typically organized by type of dish.
Modern versions may also include colorful illustrations and advice on purchasing quality ingredients or making substitutions.
An early version was first compiled sometime in the 1st century and has often been attributed to the Roman gourmet Marcus Gavius Apicius, though this has been cast in doubt by modern research. The current text appears to have been compiled in the late 4th or early 5th century; the first print edition is from 1483.