Hey everyone! Today I bring you a special post about a book I have fallen head over heels in love with: Rabbit Food Cookbook. This book has it all: convenient spiral binding, damn good original illustrations, incredibly simple but originally flavorful recipes, so many awesome tidbits on food and cooking and the history of said subjects it’ll blow your mind, and best of all… it is the product of a true blue artist who took four of her original (hardbound) zines and made them into one kick ass cookbook. She originally published the book herself, and then eventually let Sasquatch Books handle the publishing details, freeing up her much needed time to keep on making amazing books.
This cookbook is not entirely gluten-free, but that’s okay with me, because so many of the recipes can be adapted easily. It’s also not entirely vegan as there are just a few recipes which contain honey (just sub agave), but all other ingredients are 100% animal friendly. If you’re a gluten-free vegan like me and love having amazing resources to draw inspiration from (whether cooking or artistic), then get this book. Or, if you’re not like me and can still eat gluten to your heart’s content, then abso-friggin-lutely get this book!
It’s so stupid adorable, you shan’t regret it.
Enjoy this chilly weather friendly recipe, reprinted with permission from Sasquatch Books. I just love wassail, and was so happy to see Beth had a recipe for the delicious bevvie included in her book: