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Monday, March 02, 2009

The Sublime Restaurant Cookbook

Vegan cookbooks continue to appear at an astounding rate. Just published is The Sublime Restaurant Cookbook: Florida's Ultimate Destination for Vegan Cuisine, by Nanci Alexander.

Product Description
The flavors of south Florida's award winning Sublime Restaurant's most famed culinary creations can now be enjoyed in the comfort of your home. From Asian, Latin, or Mediterranean influences to more typical American fare, these recipes are delightfully conceived, beautifully presented, and yet surprisingly quick to prepare. Completely vegan, these dishes redefine what plant-based cooking can be like.

Cooks of all skill levels will enjoy this adventurous foray into fusion cuisine that will please family and friends. Color photos illustrate how sumptuous the food is.

About the Author
Nanci Alexander built Sublime in 2003. It is a shining example of culinary art, with a completely vegan menu and decor. In 1989 Nancy founded the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida, ARFF, which has enjoyed several successful campaigns on behalf of farm and zoo animals. Nanci also donates her time and resources as an outspoken activist for many national and local animal organizations. In 2005, she was the first recipient of the PCRM Art of Compassion Award. She is a brilliant visionary, working tirelessly to build a more tireless world.

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