Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi

If you’re looking for a cookbook to inspire more vegetables on your menus, look no farther. Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi, a vegetarian columnist for London’s Guardian and the owner of four eponymous take-away food shops in that city, will make you want to rush to your nearest market and fill a cart with fresh produce. In his introduction, the author explains that his own creativity and passion for shaping recipes always comes from an ingredient, and so he has organized the collection by ingredients starting with “roots” and ending with “fruits and cheeses.” The dishes are all simple, yet stunningly original.

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