Friday, May 16, 2014

Vegan Ethiopian Tasties in Book-Form Coming Soon!



I just turned in my final edits to the awesome folks at Book Publishing Company, which means you can expect to see my brand new vegan and Ethiopian cookbook on shelves in early January!

The book is called Teff Love: Adventures in Vegan Ethiopian Cooking and is around 100 recipes all vegan, palm-free, gluten-free (save for one gluten recipe for those who are soy-free or love Satan), mostly soy-free, but not tasty-free. Nope the tasty will be free flowing throughout.

Spread the word and remember if you miss me, I post everyday over on Instagram. Hi Tim!

xo
kittee

27 comments:

  1. Congratulations Kittee! sign me up for your blog tour!

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  2. Oh, thank goodness! I had been lamenting the fact that I never bought myself copies of your eBooks!

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  3. I am sooooo stinking excited! I can't wait! Big congrats to you, Kitttee!!!

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  4. Oh, and what Richa said! I would love to be on the blog tour! :)

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  5. Yeah yeah yeah! I love Ethiopian recipes. I´ll be sure to get that book :)

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  6. C0ngrats for finishing, kittee!!! Can't wait to hold it in my hands! And get berebere smears all over the pages :p

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  7. Congratulations Kittee!! The final hurdle is done! Now all Teff Love needs is a name ... Perhaps this could turn into a Scrabble drinking game? :) I cannot wait to have a copy in my hands, and more to distribute to those Ethiopian lovers out there (they just don't know it yet). A job very very well done!

    I am currently surviving in Belgium (arguably the most un-vegan, un-GF friendly place ever - equivalent to rural Germany) cooking 100% of my meals with a kettle and a rice cooker. The very first thing I made was dabo. The very second thing I made was Ye'misir Wot, and I've already invented microwaveable dabo and Shiro. Literally surviving on Ethiopian greatness! The downside to this is I'm almost out of the berber that I brought with me ... Congratulations again, and I am counting down the days already!

    Cheers,

    Katie

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    1. Thanks Katie! You might be the most enthusiastic lover of Ethiopian food I've ever met!

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  8. Congratulations! I loved your zine and look forward to cooking through your cookbook, too

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  9. Yay! I would love to hop on/cheer for the blog tour! Kittee Mac FOREVER.

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  10. Congrats Kittee! I am so excited for your book! xo

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  11. Yay! This is going to be a GREAT book! Can't wait.

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  12. This is so awesome! I never got my hands on one of your zines unfortunately but a book is even better :D Can't wait!

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  13. Want. Want. Want. It can't come fast enough!

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  14. Congratulations, kittee!
    I can hardly wait to get my hands on your book! I miss my chance to add Papa Tofu's Ethiopian to my collection.

    Chely from PR

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