Thursday, 11 April 2013

Tibits: At Home - a review and giveaway

Tibits, the Swiss-based vegetarian restaurant chain, have recently published their first English language cookbook: Tibits at Home: stylish vegetarian cuisine. The book includes recipes for a variety of dishes served at the restaurants, from seasonal soups, salads and sandwiches to delicious drinks and desserts, around 80% of which are vegan.

Although, I've never been to Tibits' London restaurant, I was keen to try out some of their recipes, so I made a couple of the antipasti dishes (mixed vegetable antipasto and aubergine antipasto) for a recent dinner party. They were simple to make using easy-to-find ingredients and most importantly, tasted delicious!

The recipes in the book are arranged by season, rather than type, which is unusual, but a good idea (although with the weather we've been having lately, it looks like I should be sticking to dishes from the winter section for a while!). I love the eclectic range of recipes which are clearly laid out, easy to follow and beautifully illustrated. It may seem strange to mention, but I really appreciate the addition of  the two attached ribbon bookmarks, as many of my cookbooks end up with scraps of paper in to mark the recipes which I want to try!
If you'd like to win a hardback copy of this fantastic book with a RRP of £25, just take a quick look at Tibits' spring menu, enter your details on the Rafflecopter widget (so that I have a record of your entry and contact details) AND leave me a comment below telling me which dish you like the sound of best. UK only. Competition closes 21.4.13 at 04:00

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I received a copy of Tibits: at Home to review and 1 to give away on my blog. I did not receive payment, and was not required to write a positive review in return. The views expressed are genuinely those of myself and my family. Referral links included in post.

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22 comments:

  1. The Asian Glass Noodle Salad sounds delicious!

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  2. the menu link is not working for me?? i dont know if its just me? ill come back and try it again later!

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    1. Sorry to hear that Baba, try going to http://www.tibits.co.uk/ and then clicking on the menu link on the homepage.

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  3. The tomato -tofu sandwich sounds yum!!

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  4. the Leek Quiche sounds lovely

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  5. Tibits is great, and the staff are lovely - would love to try the mango cake!

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  6. Orecchiette Pasta Salad sounds very nice

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  7. Vegetable rosti sounds nice,it all does! I would love this book for my sister,she and her children are vegetarian so would be great for new ideas!

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  8. I love the sound of the leek quiche

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  9. Seitan with green pepper sauce - sounds like it has a bit of a kick to it too, love a bit of spice in my meals

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  10. leek quiche sounds amazing

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  11. Asian Glass Noodle Salad

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  12. The Leek Quiche sounds nice.

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  13. the Bulgur Wheat Spring Salad sounds lovely x

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  14. I love Quiche so the leek quiche would be my choice..

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  15. I love the sound of the Leek Quiche

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