Blooming Platter — In the “News”!

—VegNews, that is.  The July issue of the VegNewsletter features the recipe for the luscious Mango Coconut Sorbet from The Blooming Platter Cookbook by Betsy DiJulio.  According to VN, this “refreshing, fruity sorbet is the ideal way to cool down on hot summer days. With just three

VHP News Round-Up

Blooming Platter Cookbook author, Betsy DiJulio, had a very successful launch party for her cookbook in May at Mayer Fine Art Gallery in Norfolk, Virginia. A West Coast launch  for this seasonal vegan cookbook will unfold in July at San Francisco’s very fine vegan restaurant, Millennium.  It

Red Hot Chili Tofu

As a publisher of vegan cookbooks, the only thing I enjoy more than producing great cookbooks is eating great meals from the recipes in them. One of my all-time favorites is the Red Hot Chili Tofu from Vegan Fire and Spice by an acquaintance of mine, Robin

Blooming Platter Launch a Great Success!

The formal launch of The Blooming Platter Cookbook by Betsy DiJulio was a huge success in downtown Norfolk, Virginia on Saturday night (May 21). Hundreds of artists, students, art patrons, and friends gathered to buy their copies of the cookbook and wish Betsy well. Congratulations, Betsy!

Mango-Coconut Cream Sorbet

If you’re looking for a perfect Springtime dessert, try this Mango Coconut Cream Sorbet.  It’s one of many delicious “Spring” recipes in The Blooming Platter Cookbook by Betsy DiJulio, recently published by Vegan Heritage Press. As light and refreshing as it is decadent and delicious, this sorbet

The Blooming Platter Cookbook

I’m delighted to announce the publication of our latest title: Betsy DiJulio’s The Blooming Platter Cookbook: A Harvest of Seasonal Vegan Recipes. It’s the book that helps guide your cooking with creative recipes using fresh ingredients throughout the four seasons of the year. Just in time for all

Welcome to the Vegan Heritage Press blog

Since I published my own book Vegan Unplugged in August 2010, I’ve been posting articles, news, recipes, and giveaways on my Vegan Unplugged blog. However, as Vegan Heritage Press continues to grow, I decided it was time to give my company a blog all its own, and