A refreshed edition of Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be Vegan) featuring a collector's cover and a new introduction from groundbreaking chef Shannon Martinez.
With more than 50,000 copies sold since it was first released in 2016, this is an essential cookbook for vegetarians, vegans and anyone who is veg‑curious. The guide to meat-free innovation features 80 delicious Spanish-influenced vegan recipes, from chorizo, meatballs and cheese to tuna and prawns, plus tantalising desserts and drinks.
Based on the landmark Melbourne restaurant of the same name – dubbed "one of the coolest vegan restaurants in the world" by Condé Nast Traveler – this modern classic will challenge your preconceptions of vegan food.
Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be Vegan) offers party friendly, plant-based recipes everyone can enjoy.
Shannon Martinez has cooked since she can remember and due to the influence of her Spanish paternal family and her outside the square, innovative talents she’s contributed to kitchens across Melbourne over the past nearly 20 years. Shannon eats meat, but has perfected her vegetarian – and latterly – vegan repertoire saying this is what makes her food so good; she tries to replicate the tastes and textures of meat, rather than putting out bland, predictable, vegan food.