Vegetable Literacy by Deborah Madison

Vegetable Literacy by Deborah Madison

This cookbook is about understanding the deep relationships between vegetables may influence the way you think about and use them. Each of the recipes is designed to let the flavors of its vegetable ingredients truly shine. After a good understanding of the relationships between plant families and learning which vegetables naturally pair well with others, you will be well-packed up to adapt your favorite recipes accordingly. Spring is finally here and the first vegetable and herbs are ready to be picked up, so go on!

Who wrote it: Deborah Madison, visit her website here

Who published it: Ten Speed Press, March 12, 2013

Number of recipes: About 225 recipes, 416 pages

Recipes for right now: Braised Endive with Gorgonzola, Peas with Baked Ricotta and Bread Crumbs, Ivory Carrot Soup with a Fine Dice of Orange Carrots.

Who is it for: people who want to expand their culinary knowledge and master the art of cooking vegetables.

Where to buy the book: get it on Amazon


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