Everything to do with vegetables

My husband had a birthday recently and one of the gifts he received was this cookbook.

I gave him the cookbook after checking it out at my elder daughters’.  She had a copy and was extolling the virtues of the book. I have to admit that the book is certainly a joy to look at.  The photos are inspiring and hopefully the food that is produced will taste as good as the pictures look.

The first recipe we tried was  Fried cauliflower with mint and tamarind dipping sauce.

The dipping sauce doesn’t look appetising but it tastes delicious.  We will certainly be cooking this one again.

The author of this cookbook was the Guardian newspaper’s vegetarian columnist and from this sprouted his first book called Plenty.  Obviously Plenty More is a follow up to his first publication.

From the bookcover:

Vegetables have moved from the side dish to the main plate, grains re-dressed with colour and flair.  It’s a revolution that is bold, vibrant and ever expanding.

A fabulous book.

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