Vegan Culinary Experience This wonderful group of chefs provide a monthly BOOK of recipes, including techniques, nutritional info & some terrific articles in pdf format. They do not send any junk e-mail! Also, if you don't like to cook, they have a meal plan where they ship you meals. This is a great way to learn the science of great vegan cooking.
The Post Punk Kitchen - here, Isa Chandra Moskowitz has a collection of recipes, thoughts on veganism, etc. Isa is one of the big celebs in vegan cooking. Check her out!
GoVegan ends up being about her dog, Fergus, quite a lot (which is really fun). Her website only has autographed copies of the cookbooks, but you can purchase them directly from Amazon for a lot less if you're interested.
Notes from the Vegan Feast Kitchen. Bryanna Clark Grogan is another fabulous recipe designer! She brings the familiarity of meat dishes back to the vegan table. While many of her great recipes are no longer available on the internet, she's putting out new ones regularly. I'm especially excited to try her seitan "ham" recipe, because we are addicted to the seitan "turkey" & "beef".
I've never been disappointed with Bryanna's work!
The Fat Free Vegan Kitchen - Susan is amazing! Her recipes should really be called oil-free, because she uses other fat sources at times, but they're all really wonderful.
Susan manages the Fat Free Vegan Recipes site, which is a place where readers can submit their own recipes.
Vegan Yum Yum is a site that is filled with mouth-watering pictures & recipes to go along with them. Another very worthy site!
The Vegan Dad is a terrific source of recipes! Since he's a dad, he has to feed some finicky kids, so everything is friendly food.
I'm sure I missed a whole pile of wonderful resources. There are some terrific books out there too. Here's my current collection of Vegan Cookbooks.
Wild & Bright Blessings!