Eat Your Books is a huge database which allows users to search through their own personal cookbooks in order to find just the right recipe. Once you've told the site which books you own, you can search them depending on what ingredients you have on hand and/or which cuisine you feel like eating.
In my experience, eggplant is something you either love or you hate. Its texture is rather meaty and its flavor quite distinctive. If you love eggplant (or aubergine, as the British - and French - call it) like I do, enjoy more of it with these recipes.
Garlic has tons of flavor, is good for your heart, and supposedly makes you taste bad to bugs. What more can you ask for? Here are some of my favorite recipes to help you get more garlic into your diet.
Whether fresh or dried, herbs can turn a simple dish into an outstanding one, and add variety to tried and true recipes. Here are my favorite vegetarian recipes featuring herbs.
Leeks require a good cleaning, but they have great flavor, particularly in soup. They're a bit milder than onions and garlic, and despite what most recipes say, you can eat pretty much the whole thing, including the dark green leaves.
Lemons bring more than just a sour flavor to your food; they also add brightness and a healthy dose of vitamin C. Take a look at these veg*n recipes with lemon.
Like all beans and legumes, lentils are an excellent source of vegetarian protein. Unlike the others, lentils do not need to be soaked before cooking, so they are quick and easy to prepare - and delicious to boot.
Learn how to make delicious vegan cheeses and cheesy sauces, including brie, cheddar, mozzarella, ricotta, and parmesan.
Learn how to make delicious vegan equivalents and substitutions for traditional butter, yogurt, cream sauces, and more.
Vegan recipes for egg substitutions and egg-like dishes.