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Veggie restaurateur's new cookbook gets down in the 'Dirt'

7:25 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Dirt Candy chef/owner Amanda Cohen
Dirt Candy chef/owner Amanda Cohen
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Amanda Cohen loves to cook. When she decided to open a restaurant in New York City's East Village, she wanted to focus on an all-vegetable menu and a name people would remember. Dirt Candy was hatched in October 2008 in a "thimble-sized" space with nine tables. Go ahead, try to make a reservation at this busy Michelin-recommended eatery.

"I wanted people to think of vegetables as a treat, as something fun. Like candy from the dirt," Cohen says in her fun-filled, graphic novel-styled cookbook "Dirt Candy: A Cookbook: Flavor-Forward Food from the Upstart New York City Vegetarian Restaurant" ...

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