Publisher: Chronicle Books
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 1111 g
Dimensions: 267 x 191 x 28 mm
- Real Simple Magazine
In her beautiful new book, Feast, Sarah Copeland takes a crack at the dish (black pepper tofu). Confession: I might like her version even better than Ottolenghi's. When I made it, the result had perfect balance: a touch of sweetness (from a little sugar, not a third kind of soy sauce) that balances the black pepper - while keeping that deep rumble that I love so much.
- Joe Yonan, Washington Post
Feast is a gorgeous cookbook, peppered with clean, simple photographs that highlight the ingredients and not the stylist. Recipes, even the most technical, are detailed, but not didactic. The book is, in other words, relaxed, making it perfect for anyone wanting to make their own transition to a more vegetable-centric diet. Copeland embraces a kind of intuitive cooking that turns tentative kitchen newbies into lifetime cooks.
- Serious Eats
"Feast" is a great name for this cookbook, but it might just as rightly have been called "Celebrate!" The recipes are beautiful and inviting as well as deeply satisfying. It's food you want to cook and share with everyone you love.
Feast is as much a command as an exuberant description of what home cooks can experience when preparing these nutritious, vibrant dishes.
- Publisher's Weekly
[Feast] is filled with the most delicious and unexpected vegetarian recipes you could imagine. The photos are mouthwatering and it's easy to pull off these dishes, even if you are a novice chef.
- In Style Magazine