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Giveaway: Cook Without A Book: Meatless Meals by Pam Anderson

Cookbook Giveaway!

Pam Anderson was kind enough to send me a copy of Cook Without A Book:Meatless Meals. I already have a copy (see my review here), so we’re having a giveaway!

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment (in the giveaway post on my blog) with your favorite meatless meal.
*For me, meatless meals are rice and beans. Cajun red beans and rice, Cuban black beans and rice, Indian lentils and rice…I’m using Pam’s book to spread my (vegetarian) wings.

The Fine Print:

One entry per person, and please make sure there is some way I can get in touch with you through the comment. (In other words…no anonymous comments, unless you identify yourself in the text of the comment.) The comment has to be in this post on DadCooksDinner.com; emails, entries on my Facebook page, retweets, and notes wrapped around bricks and thrown through my window will not be considered for the drawing. Only entries from North America will be accepted.

Entries will be closed at 9PM EST on Sunday, January 15th, and I will randomly select the winner at that point. The winner will be announced Sunday. If I am unable to contact the winner by Wednesday the 18th, I will pick a new winner. Good luck!

[FCC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for my giveaway.]

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My review of Pam Anderson’s Cook Without A Book: Meatless Meals

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Hi! I’m Mike Vrobel. I’m a dad and an enthusiastic home cook; an indie cookbook author and food blogger with a day job, a patient spouse, and three kids who would rather have hamburgers for dinner.

35 Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    Recently I have used spaghetti squash as a pasta alternative great with Alfredo sauce, red sauce or spiced up with black beans and salsa. Enjoy your post on Facebook!
    Gina V
    g.vallejo@live.com

  2. Dieterk52 says

    Pretty boring and simple…grilled cheese with tomato soup…and a good dark beer!

  3. Tiquose says

    I found a fabulous Indian-style vegetable curry at Cook’s Illustrated. It has potatoes, cauliflower, chickpeas, and green peas. A little bit of coconut milk gives it a creamy, gravy-like texture without dairy.

  4. Chrissy says

    For meatless options in my house we like broccoli cheddar soup (from Cook’s Illustrated) and pita pizzas using goat cheese & caramelized onions or pesto, feta, kalamatas & roasted red peppers!!  Or even just good old fashioned tomato soup & griled cheese 🙂

  5. We like a pasta soup where i take tomato sauce, crushed tomatoes, white beans, and dilanti pasta and….pasta fagoli soup.

  6. Kjalics says

    Hungarian Rakott Krumpli is my favorite meatless meal, if having eggs in it is ok….It’s  boiled sliced potatoes and hardboiled sliced eggs in layers with thinned sour cream poured over it and then baked…But if eggs are not ok, then my favorite would be Hungarian palacsinta (crepes, basically) stuffed with cottage cheese and sour cream filling.

  7. I like soups and recently we had Italian tortellini soup. It has Italian seasoning, fresh tomatoes, zucchini, squash, canned diced tomatoes, celery, carrots, garlic, onion, kale, and of course cheese filled tortellini. It’s a recipe that I proudly came up with on my own in an attempt to get more veggies in my husband & toddler. They both loved it. 🙂

  8. Dantebbe says

    Our family is a big fan of Thai red-curry tofu. Steam some sticky rice in a basket (available at most asian food stores). While this is happening, oil a pan and while it heats over medium-high heat, stir in 2-4T of red-curry paste until fragrant. Turn the heat down to medium and add two tins of coconut milk, some baby spinach leaves, tofu cut into 1/2 inch cubes, a splash of fish sauce, and torn Keffir lime leaves. You can serve it right away, but if you let it cook for a while the flavors develop. Yum!

  9. Laurel says

    My family’s favorite is tofu & broc with peanut sauce. It is a multi-step recipe but delicious. Would love to have more recipes that are full of flavor and not too dependent on pasta. Really enjoy your blog – keep up the good work!

  10. Spinach pizza,  black beans and rice, saag paneer.

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  11. Rhonda says

    Chili rellenos are my favorite meatless meal. Cheese stuffed poblano, fried, and wrapped in a tortilla… Nothing better!!!

  12. Gina V says

    Recently I have used spaghetti squash as a pasta alternative great with Alfredo sauce, red sauce or spiced up with black beans and salsa. Enjoy your post on Facebook! 

  13. While my family’s favorite is grilled cheese with tomato soup (made with water for hubby, with milk for daughters), my favorite is shrimp creole (sans shrimp, of course).  The crunchy veggies with the spicy sauce is so yummy… Just thinking about it makes my mouth water….  I do make it with shrimp as well, but I can eat it without the shrimp too.

  14. I like soups and recently we had Italian tortellini soup. It has Italian seasoning, fresh tomatoes, zucchini, squash, canned diced tomatoes, celery, carrots, garlic, onion, kale, and of course cheese filled tortellini. It’s a recipe that I proudly came up with on my own in an attempt to get more veggies in my husband & toddler. They both loved it. 🙂 

  15. I love Korean Bibimbap- rice, a medley of carefully seasoned vegetables, Korean red pepper paste, all topped with a fried egg. A fried egg never makes me miss the meat in a meal.

  16. Dave Whittaker says

    I clearly need help as a meatless night in my house usually consists of plain pasta. Love to change that though.

  17. Tara S says

    Usually some type of pasta recipe, like plain old spaghetti & marinara. I could use some new meatless ideas.

  18. Michael says

    I enjoy cous cous burritos (some ground cumin added to it) with cilantro, cheese, and salsa or for something more time consuming an asparagus (if in season) or mushroom lasagna.

  19. My favorite vegetarian meal is either pizza (I love me some white pizza with spinach and tomatoes!) or sweet potato burritos (called addictive sweet potato burritos on allrecipes). The pizza is a crowd pleaser (5 kids in the fam and each can top their own) and the burritos are fantastic to make ahead and freeze for a quick meal!

  20. I created a vegan version of the old Lousiana standby of red beans and rice, using Morningstar veggie crumbles in place of the meat. It took a couple of tries to get it right; the secret turned out to be to use peanut oil for browning the crumbles and creating the roux, that gave the flavor profile enough body to stand up to the spices.

  21. sunnyluz says

    My favorite meatless meal is Aloo Gobi Motar – cauliflower, potatoes and peas in an Indian-style curry. My husband and son (both confirmed meat eaters) and my vegan mother all love this meal.

  22. My favorite meatless meal is the Tamale Pie from the Moosewood low fat favorites cookbook. My husband’s favorite is the grilled ratatouille from Chef Kathleen’s cookbook. Thankfully, the teenager has just begun eating these, so they now meet my 3-out-of-5-of-us standard for choosing meals.  (Just found your blog and love it. My green beans now rock.)

  23. Monica says

    Wow, I am wanting all the recipes in the comments!  At our house, the favorites are either sweet potato/black bean burritos or a sweet pototo/chickpea stew with peanut sauce.

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