Ever since Bugs Bunny appeared, munching on a crisp, delectable carrot, we’ve known that bunnies know how to eat healthy. Camelot’s Kitchen, a new cookbook filled with innovative and delicious salad recipes inspired by – a rabbit named Camelot. Shoreh Pirnia is the founder and creator of Camelot’s Kitchen and Rane Sevin is a gifted artist who created the illustrations and has worked in screenwriting, music and films.

Meeting Camelot preceded Pirnia’s venture into the world of creative salads and later, writing a cookbook about them. Camelot’s life story began pretty dismal. He was sold to a little horror of a child at Easter and promptly locked up in a rabbit hutch and left outside in the backyard. For his meals, he was only given “Rabbit Chow,” little bullet-shaped pellets that had no taste or texture.

But, as we know from our hero, Bugs, rabbits are cunning — and after a few weeks of miserable existence in the backyard hutch, Camelot escaped. He barely made it across busy streets, but he eventually arrived in a lovely garden where he met the woman who was to change his life and write a cookbook called Camelot’s Kitchen based on his favorite things to eat.

Camelot taught Shoreh how to make innovative salads with the most unusual combination of spices, fruits, nuts and veggies that turned plain, tasteless salads into culinary delights. As Camelot dictated his preferences, Shoreh wrote Camelot’s Kitchen, one recipe at a time, transforming “rabbit food” into creations that would win a Top Chef contest.

Camelot’s Kitchen is chock full of beautiful and incredibly artistic backgrounds and images that make the book a visual sensation as well as a taste sensation. Rane Sevin played a crucial role in bringing Camelot’s Kitchen to life with her artistic creations. Sevin’s and Pirnia’s joint venture to write a cookbook from a rabbit’s point of view can teach us all how to enjoy a healthier diet that doesn’t have to be boring.

Anyone reading Camelot’s Kitchen can feel the love Shoreh Pirnia has for her furry little rabbit friends and see by the recipes contained in the book that she also has a passion for salads – and a passion for helping others to develop healthy eating habits. Shoreh believes the time has come for individuals and families to shun fast foods and other foods that pollute our systems and evolve into a state of mind that embraces healthy foods.

Camelot’s Kitchen is a wonderful vehicle that can be used to inspire children and show them how to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle. When the children get excited about eating healthy, parents and other adults will jump on the bandwagon – and who better to lead the revolution than a bunny named Camelot.

Source by Lauren S. Smith

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