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Dining With Friends

Now Featuring a Gluten-free Dessert Section by an Artisan Pastry Chef

Darien, CT-Priscilla Feral, president of Friends of Animals, and Lee Hall, also with FoA, have released an updated edition of their popular cookbook, Dining with Friends: The Art of North American Vegan Cuisine. This edition features 136 recipes, brilliant photographs, and now a chapter devoted to gluten-free desserts.

There are tantalizing appetizers, outstanding soups, refreshing salads with homemade dressings, classic pastas.

“Many of these recipes have been in my family for generations,” says Priscilla Feral.

“I’ve blended that background with what I’ve learned as an avid cook. Now, you can treat your guests to an artisanal gluten-free dessert. Or go ahead: make the perfect vegan cheesecake! Cooks of all levels can enjoy Dining With Friends.”

From a holiday spread to a festive dinner tonight, these recipes are great for your health, the environment, and the animals (plus: proceeds support rescue and advocacy).

“Easy entertaining…wide appeal and traditional feel…your guests will love the rich flavors…Your friends and family will agree!” — Vegetarian Times Magazine

“[V]ibrant, beautifully produced book…stays fresh by offering both original dishes and excellent vegan adaptations of traditional dishes.” –E Magazine

“[Y]ou want the food you prepare to be healthful, delicious, attractive to others, and well worth the effort…Dining with Friends is just the cookbook for you.” ““ John Robbins, from the Foreword

Connecticut-based Friends of Animals is a nonprofit that cultivates respect for animals’ interests, advancing the art of vegan cooking as part of this mission. Priscilla Feral is an avid gardener and cook who has also authored The Best of Vegan Cooking. Priscilla’s vegan recipes have appeared in the New York Times and other publications.

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