This handsome and impressive reference from one of America’s greatest vegetable cooks seeks to educate readers about how, because of their common qualities, vegetables from within the same family can be used similarly or work well in combination. Both artichokes and Jerusalem artichokes, for instance, are akin to tarragon, and Madison shows you how to pair them. She offers alerts for particularly worthwhile varieties, helpful tips for cultivating, shopping, and storing, and of course, an enticing array of recipes to reinvigorate your vegetable repertory.
Hardcover. Color photographs throughout.