Isa Chandra Moskowitz’ new book, Vegan Brunch: Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For— from Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes, makes getting up in the morning a whole lot easier (especially if you’re a not a morning person, like yours truly). It also makes spoiling your friends easier, and Sunday mornings (or heck, any morning) a little more leisurely and decadent. Imagine breakfast in bed, with a plate of Chocolate Beer Waffles or Lemon Cashew-Stuffed Crepes with Whole Berry Sauce. Imagine rounds of Pink Grapefruit Mimosas, or Mango Lassis, for a group of your favourite out-of-town buddies. Or, say you’ve been missing the eggyness of eggs, or the sausageyness of sausages, you’ll find ample satisfying vegan translations, such as Cherry Sage Sausages and Tofu Benny. In this interview, Moskowitz dishes on her favourite meal of the day and the creation of the book (and her famed recipes). She also fields a number of listeners’ burning brunch-related questions. You might want to eat before you listen to this show, or at least have something tasty to snack on.
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