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Hello again, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review and this time its The Book of Greens: A Cook’s Compendium of 40 Varieties, from Arugula to Watercress, with More Than 175 Recipes by
From one of Portland, Oregon’s most acclaimed chefs comes this encyclopedic reference to the world of greens, with more than 175 creative recipes for every meal of the day.
For any home cook who is stuck in a “three-green rut”—who wants to cook healthy, delicious, vegetable-focused meals, but is tired of predictable salads with kale, lettuce, cabbage, and the other usual suspects—The Book of Greens is for you.
Chef Jenn Louis has compiled more than 175 recipes for simple green options, with everything from midday snacks to complicated fair, that will inspire you to reach for new greens at the farmers’ market.
Organized alphabetically by green, each entry features information on seasonality, nutrition, and prep and storage tips, along with recipes like Grilled Cabbage with Miso and Lime, Radish Greens and Mango Smoothie, and Pasta Dough with Tomato Leaves.
This will be your go-to cookbook this coming season! To find out more aBout this book, click here.