Food & Dining
Long before vegan was even a concept, Betty Crocker was a cultural icon known for rich, gooey, spatula-tabulous creations that catapulted dinner parties from 'eh' to excellent. But even Betty, in her brilliance, never saw this Brooklyn twosome coming.
Introducing Annie and Dan Shannon, the husband-wife recipe wizards behind 'Betty Goes Vegan: 500 Classic Recipes for the Modern Family', a new cookbook. In it they debunk the prevailing myth that if it's vegan, it tastes like pure dreck, whipping up wondrously health(ier) creations that taste as good as they look. Here are six of the standouts.