Sasquatch Books has tried to keep true to the feel of Beth's original zine, and I think they did a great job. The new release also includes new illustrations, updates and a few new recipes from Beth.
When Sasquatch Books asked me to kickoff the blog tour for Beth Barnett's Rabbit Food cookbook, I was excited to participate. Especially, since Beth's book fits well within my theme this month. Rabbit Food was orginally sold as a small edition, handmade spiral bound vegan zine.
|From left to right, falafel con chickpea, front and back covers.|
All of the recipes in Rabbit Food fit into the yummy/comfort food category of vegan cooking and seem pretty easy to make. After diligently reading the book in the tub, I settled on trying the falafel recipe. As close as I am to my friend Chickpea, it's weird that I'd never attempted to make falafel from scratch before. Even with my love of making balls, it's one of those foods I usually just wait to eat when dining out, or in the past when I have made it, it came outta Ze Ol' Box.
|Tahini Sauce Riverfall.|
|Recipe posted with permission of Sasquatch Books.|
Sasquatch Books has offered to send a free copy of Rabbit Food to one of my readers in the US or Canada. If you'd like a copy, simply post a comment saying so, and I'll randomly pick a winner the morning of Friday, October 28th. Please make sure to leave me a way to contact you, if your name doesn't link to a website.
Rabbit Food will be on tour for a full week after today, here's where you can find it next:
Tuesday October 25th, Cook Vegan Lover
Wednesday, October 26th, Bake and Destroy
Thursday October 27th, Carrie on Vegan
Friday October 28th, Vegancraftastic
Saturday October 29th, Manifest Vegan
Sunday October 30th, Andrea's Easy Vegan Cooking
Monday Octover 31st, Vegansaurus
Full disclosure: I have not received any compensation for participating in this blog tour, although I have received a free review copy of Rabbit Food cookbook.