The first cookbook of its kind, The Culinary Cyclist is a gorgeous staple for any kitchen where bicycling and healthy, delicious food are priorities.
Concocted by Anna Brones, a Swedish Portlander currently living in Paris, and lovingly illustrated by Johanna Kindvall, this cookbook is your guide to hedonistic two-wheeled living. Recipes are all gluten free and mostly vegan and include such decadent basics as Sea Salt Chocolate Cake and baked eggs in avocado halves (it may just be the perfect breakfast) are paired with cheerful instructions for gracefully hosting a dinner party, gifting food, bulk shopping by bicycle, and two-wheeled picnics.
This cookbook is suitable for experienced cooks looking to add kitchen flair to their repertoire as well as beginners in the kitchen who want to start out their culinary lives on the right foot. This may be the first cookbook out there that assumes its readers use a bicycle to do everything from grocery shop to picnic to bring an unforgettable cake, in one piece, to a dinner party.
July, 2013, 96 pages, Elly Blue Publishing.
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The Holstee simply can’t wait for this book to come out.
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