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Amazing news! London’s epically successful Mildred’s is expanding. On 29 August, the restaurant is adding a Dalston branch to the three existing locations (Soho, Kings Cross, and Camden). Mildred's, Manna, and The Gate are inarguably the best classic vegetarian restaurants going in London, and they've been going for a long time now.

For two weeks, Dalston diners will get a 50% discount on food. See details here.

Which gives us an excuse to talk about Mildred’s: The Cookbook (Octopus Publishing, 2015). Read more.

 


It’s a corrupt world and sometimes you need a shamus to stake out the grocery store; to sift through the package claims, the marketing hype and the food industry bought-and-paid-for-research. The word on the street isn’t always reliable either. Enter Maria Marlowe

Marlowe’s her name. Maria Marlowe. Health’s her game.

She’s a health coach with an important new book, The Real Food Grocery Guide. Learn more

 

Vegan: The  Cookbook ereviewed in Vegetariangazette.comWhen a Berlin chef publishes a vegan cookbook, take notice.

Berlin, home to 60 vegan restaurants (London has 40), is “the vegan capital of Europe.” So says Rodale’s Organic Life”

Which brings us to the French-born, world traveling, now-LA based raw food and vegan chef, Jean-Christian Jury and his new book, Vegan: The Cookbook (Phaidon). Learn more.

 

What’s not to love about PeTA’s Vegan College Cokbook? This dorm  survival guide devotes a chapter just to ramen.his is a revised edition of the book, originally published n 2009. That means much new  content and recipes for the class of '21. [Read more]


Savoring Gotham by Andrew F. Smith

Savoring Gotham: A Food Lovers Companion to New York City is one mouthwatering Ellis Island of the mind (and heart and taste buds).

It is about New York. It is about food. It is about time.

With more than 550 absorbing entries, editor Andrew F. Smith and scores of contributors describe the culinary history, trends, opportunities, institutions, icons and iconoclasts associated with New York City. 

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