Come On, Pretty Mama, Let’s Get On the Road Again!
Wow! Hard to believe that Summer is but a sweet memory now, but that means it’s time for the “Fall Fun Run” at the MSG, Nassau Coliseum, and Hampton, VA Fall Shows! Not to mention the LA and SF December shows, PLUS the January 2020 Playin’ In the Sand shows waiting in the wings!
Oh yeah, life is good!
But — let’s not forget that there are hungry mouths to feed, and good people in need, so this is where you can get your delicious ticket to simple, trusty meals that you can make & take, for family and friends.
With over 120 recipes, ranging from super easy to extra special, the Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook is a collection of Shakedown Street’s best dishes for touring, camping, and home cooking.
Because who wants to be stuck with who-knows-what sketchy junk fast food? Plus, you’ll be giving a helping hand to others, while you’re at it!
The Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook has some of the best and most loving recipes you’ll ever find — for munchies, beverages, meals, and more! And while you’re at it, you can savor the sweet goodness of knowing you are doing good for others, nourishing yourself body and soul.
In fact, all the proceeds of EVERY BOOK are donated to these two outstanding charitable organizations. Now that’s extra, extra kind!
The Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook is guaranteed to be your most unique, tasty friend in the kitchen, as you gather round at home, or get ready to road trip.
A Little Background
I cooked up this idea after those crazy Spring 1991 Greensboro shows, when I was searching for something soul-satisfying to eat.
I bought a Kind Veggie Burrito from a sweet sister in a ’78 van, and it was about the most scrumptious thing I had ever tasted.
Totally inspired, I decided to start collecting the great recipes I would run across on Shakedown Street, as well as from my tour family friends and also the Deadnet newsgroup (remember them?) and others on that new interweb thing.
It took four years of work (and very delicious research!) before I finally launched my self-published book in the lot at those sweet 1995 Charlotte shows.
And yeah, I have to say — the Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook was an instant hit.
Thanks to YOU, the Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook of today has lots more recipes than that first slender little booklet, and has found happy homes in homes and tour packs around the world.
It’s even gotten super kind vibes from Natascha Weir, Bobby’s wife:
And then she made sure that my husband John (the KVB photographer) and I got in to the Chicago “Fare Thee Well” shows! Yeah – we were blown away!
But while these yummy dishes bring good nourishment for you and your family, you are also supporting two important foundations for people in need.
Made in small, Earth-friendly batches at my local printer, and shipped by mail-order with my love, Kind Veggie Burritos serves up real comfort food – tasty dishes that will nourish you, and bring good lovin’ to people that need your help!
The One and Only Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook!
Recipes for Traveling, Tailgating,
Camping and Home
by Beth Livingston
Photography by John Rottet
Order your copy of the world’s first (and best!) Deadhead cookbook and smile, smile, smile! You’ll be helping others while you treat yourself to these tasty recipes and sweet photographs. Feed your family with Good Food and Good Karma. With every purchase, you are bringing help to folks who need it!
Got questions? Email me.
Kind Veggie Burritos has been bringing smiles and good vibes to Deadheads and other kind people all over the globe now for 24 years this Spring. And YES! It’s still going strong, thanks to everyone who is keeping the vibe alive!
It’s got so many home-tested, yummy recipes, tour photos, and fun — collected with love from Deadheads everywhere. It includes recipes for munchies, breads for your head, breakfast treats, entreés, home-brews and of course, plenty of kind veggie burritos.
And did I mention? All proceeds go to the Rex Foundation and SEVA.
SEVA is the non-profit foundation for compassionate social action, that brings medical assistance to people around the world, and is headed by good people like Ram Dass and Wavy Gravy.
The The Rex Foundation is the Grateful Dead’s own charitable foundation. It supports the arts and honors the spirit of community, service and creativity.
My friend Steve Silberman, award-winning author and featured commentator in the Scorsese masterpiece, “Long, Strange Trip,” has this to say:
If you have a preference about which charity you prefer your money to go to, please let me know. Otherwise, I’ll split it.
I also take checks or money orders. Email me for details and any other info you might need!
I hope you’ll love my book as much as I love turning people on to it! And since I don’t advertise, I really appreciate it if you’d spread the word to your friends and family!
Hope to see you down the road!