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Moosewood Cookbook – Wikipedia

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– **History**:
– The original Moosewood Cookbook was self-published by the staff in 1974.
– The cookbook acknowledged sources of inspiration from other cookbooks like “Diet for a Small Planet” and “The Joy of Cooking.”
– In 1977, a revised version was published by Ten Speed Press in California.
– The Moosewood Cookbook had four editions released in 1977, 1992, 2000, and 2014.
– The Moosewood Restaurant in Ithaca, New York, where the cookbook originated, became well-known.

– **Reception**:
– In 2018, New York Magazine listed the Moosewood Cookbook as one of the best vegan and vegetarian cookbooks.
– The cookbook won the Cookbook Hall of Fame at the James Beard Foundation Awards in 2007.

– **Bibliography**:
– The original self-published Moosewood Cookbook was released in 1974 by Moosewood Restaurant.
Mollie Katzen published the revised version in 1977 under Ten Speed Press.
– Other works by Mollie Katzen include “The Enchanted Broccoli Forest” and “The New Moosewood Cookbook.”
– The Moosewood Cookbook had subsequent editions in 1992, 2000, and 2014.

– **References**:
– Moosewood Cookbook was authored by Moosewood Restaurant in 1974.
Mollie Katzen’s version of the Moosewood Cookbook was published by Ten Speed Press in 1977.
– The Moosewood Cookbook has been referenced in various publications and awards ceremonies.

– **Additional Content**:
– The Moosewood Cookbook has been influential in vegetarian cooking.
– The cookbook has been recognized by various chefs and publications.
– The Moosewood Cookbook is categorized under American cookbooks and vegetarian cookbooks.
– It is considered a valuable resource for vegetarianism in the United States.
– The Moosewood Cookbook is a significant contribution to food and drink literature.

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