Sunday, November 20, 2016

Martha Stewart's Vegetables

Martha Stewart's Vegetables is a beautiful cookbook filled with loads of new ways to cook your veggies. It not only tells you how to select and store the produce for freshness and taste, it also covers everything from root veggies to greens with 150 creative recipes. 

The recipes are easy to understand and some are easier to make than others. But there are plenty of recipes for everyone to try. So far I've made the roasted broccoli with lemon and a dish with butternut squash, carrots, eggs and kale that was super tasty. Both were easy to make. It should be noted that not all of the recipes are vegetarian.

The photos are beautiful. Each page is like eye candy. 

This book will join my other favorite cookbooks including Martha's original appetizer cookbook (from the early 1990s) Martha Stewart's Hors d'Oeuvres: The Creation and Presentation of Fabulous Finger Foods and her One Pot Meals from last year. 

I can't wait to make more food from this wonderful book. 

This book was supplied to Mystery Playground from Blogging for Books. While we did agree to review the book, we didn't agree to make it a positive review. 

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