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Ruffage: A Practical Guide to Vegetables (Vegetarian Cookbook, Vegetable Cookbook, Best Vegetarian Cookbooks)

9781452169323

Chronicle Books
Available: 04/23/19
7.38 x 9.88 · 464 pages
9781452169323
CDN $50.00 · cl

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Abra Berens

photographs by EE Berger

illustrated by Lucy Engelman

Named a Best Cookbook for Spring 2019 by The New York Times and Bon Appetit

A how-to cook book spanning 29 types of vegetables: Author Abra Berens-chef, farmer, Midwesterner-shares a collection of techniques that result in new flavors, textures, and ways to enjoy all the vegetables you want to eat. From confit to caramelized and everything in between-braised, blistered, roasted and raw-the cooking methods covered here make this cookbook a go-to reference. You will never look at vegetables the same way again. • Organized alphabetically by vegetable from asparagus to zucchini, each chapter opens with an homage to the ingredients and variations on how to prepare them.
• With 300 recipes and 140 photographs that show off not only the finished dishes, but also the vegetables and farms behind them.

If you are a fan of Plenty More, Six Seasons, Where Cooking Begins, or On Vegetables, you'll love Ruffage .

Ruffage will help you become empowered to shop for, store, and cook vegetables every day and in a variety of ways as a side or a main meal. • Take any vegetable recipe in this book and add a roasted chicken thigh, seared piece of fish, or hard-boiled egg to turn the dish into a meal not just vegetarians will enjoy.
• Mouthwatering recipes include Shaved Cabbage with Chili Oil, Cilantro, and Charred Melon, Blistered Cucumbers with Cumin Yogurt and Parsley, Charred Head Lettuce with Hard-Boiled Egg, Anchovy Vinaigrette, and Garlic Bread Crumbs, Massaged Kale with Creamed Mozzarella, Tomatoes, and Wild Rice, Poached Radishes with White Wine, Chicken Stock and Butter, and much more.

Abra Berens is a chef, writer, and cofounder of Bare Knuckle Farm. She lives in Galien, Michigan.

Lucy Engelman is an illustrator based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

EE Berger is a food and lifestyle photographer based in Detroit, Michigan.