Giveaway: World Food Cafe Vegetarian Cookbook

world-food-cafe-vegetarian-cookbookWorld Food Café: Quick and Easy Recipes From a Vegetarian Journey by Chris and Carolyn Caldicott gathers together dishes from some of the world’s most fascinating places, with a wonderful diversity of flavours.

Whether it’s a vegetarian charquican (mashed pumpkin and potato mixed with a spicy pino sauce, topped with a fried egg) from Chile, wild mushroom, sorrel and barley broth from Bhutan or an iced rooibos sundowner from Namibia, every recipe has been carefully conceived to be quick and easy to make at home.

With over 100 entirely vegetarian recipes from across the globe and stunning travel and food photography throughout, World Food Café is the ultimate cookbook for preparing delicious world vegetarian food at home.

World Food Café is out in September and published by Frances Lincoln.

I haven’t made anything from World Food Cafe yet, but when I do, I’ll be sure to post it here.

Win a copy of World Food Café

World Food Café isn’t published until September but I’ve got one to give away to one lucky Planet Veggie reader.

All you need to do is leave a comment below letting me know where in the world you’ve eaten some delicious food. 

Terms and conditions

One winner will be picked at random after the competition closes at midnight, Friday 30 August 2013.

UK entries only.

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  1. OK, trying again!1 My most memorable meal abroad was on a boat whilst island hopping in the Red Sea on Xmas Day 2007. Hot sunshine, wearing a santa hat, and eating a mixture of different dishes thrown together by the crew that really shouldn’t have worked together but did. Potato dishes, salads, pickles, vegetables mished and mashed together in all sorts of bizarre and odd ways. Awesome! 🙂

    PS – The maths bit should be above the POST button. 😉

  2. Fez in Morocco… I was there for the best part of the week, but couldn’t help myself from going back to the same amazing roof terrace!!

  3. I had an amazing veggie risottoe in Milan… full of flavour and booze! I had it with crusty bread and washed down with a glass of white, was amazing!

  4. Far and away some of the best food I’ve had was in Kolkata: deep fried, battered chickpeas on the street in newspaper cups… so, so delicious!

    Of course, it would be remiss of me not to also mention the beautiful momo I ate all around Nepal.

  5. It was here…in the UK! I don’t need to go abroad for decent grub 🙂 The Dining Room in Reigate, Surrey. Chef Tony Tobin is there…… All the food is beautifully presented and full of delicious flavours 🙂

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