Vegan Eats Amsterdam

by Terry Hope Romero · 6 comments

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Hold onto your stroopwafels: I’m going to be in Amsterdam next week presenting a series of vegan cooking demonstrations!

If you’re already there (or just visiting like me) please come and see me do my thing, plus pick up a signed copy of Vegan Eats World.

Catch me Thursday, October 25th 20:00 pm at Hotel V (V for vegan maybe?), Amsterdam, the details as follows:

On October 25th Terry will be in Amsterdam for the world premiere of her new cookbook Vegan Eats World. In addition to demonstrating a new recipe from this cookbook, she will give a lecture on veganism and cooking (with a Q&A session), and sign copies of the book, which will be available to purchase on the evening of the event for the special price of €25,- (normal price €34,99).

http://www.abc.nl/frontpage/events/index.php?show=details&place=abc&event=772

I’ll also be in Eindhoven earlier in the week presenting another cooking demonstration, more on that to come!

And while I have your attention, if you have any MUST eat or see things I shouldn’t miss, let me know! Truth be told it’s been over a decade since I’ve been on a bike (last time I was in Amsterdam, of course), so an epic ride through the city might not be on the top of the list (at least for now).

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avatar Aster October 19, 2012 at 11:18 am

In the Baarsjes there’s this lovely falafel-wrap, at this street food market, from a Persian stand that also haves some lovely lovely olives and stuff. He makes the best hummus. You can ask him to make it without the feta/dairy (it will take some very careful explaining, dodging his free samples and sternness on your part). There’s honey in most of it though. Not in all of it. It’s the only time I eat honey, I usually dislike it. I think it’s worth checking it out, I go there quite often because it’s a five minute walk from work. His falafel is the best I’ve ever had.

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avatar Katie October 19, 2012 at 11:36 am

Wait, are there stroopwafles in the book? Brian will die.

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avatar Terry Hope Romero November 7, 2012 at 8:56 am

Not this time. But eventually I’m going to do a stroopwaffle recipe post with the help of Dutch vegan cookbook rockstar and seaweed burger queen Lisette Kreischer (http://www.lisettekreischer.com/).

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avatar Yvonne October 22, 2012 at 4:42 am

What a coincidence! I’m in the area of Eindhoven later this week. When exactly is this cooking show? But as you said earlier this week my hopes are not that high. But maybe you are coming to Germany too?
I just thought of your book yesterday while making the Indian Style fried green tomatoes and I hope my book will arrive soon, because I’m curious which recipes you finally included.

Have a nice day, Yvonne

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avatar Jeannette October 23, 2012 at 2:01 pm

Hi Terry,

I’m on to Thursday but don’t know if I make it. I am in Eindhoven that day.
What day do you have a presentation in Eindhoven?
You should vistit Marits huiskamerrestaurant. It’s vegetarian (no vegan but who know’s) but you have to make a reservation…
This is her website: http://www.maritshuiskamerrestaurant.nl/

Have fun.

Greetings
Jeannette van Loenen

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avatar erin November 2, 2012 at 7:33 am

Hi, Terry!
I was at your demo in Amsterdam, and I was wondering if you would pretty please share the recipe for that delicious, tangy, dilly, cashew cream that was a topping for the seitan? It was SO good! I wish I had written it down. I thought it would be in your (beautiful!) new book, but I was a bit disappointed not to find it in there. I saw the recipe for the dilly cream in the book, but it’s not the same. I think the one you made live was mostly cashew based. Anyway, it would be greatly appreciated! I’ve got your olive, chickpea seitan in the steamer, now. Yum.

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