V Is for Vegetables: Inspired Recipes & Techniques for Home Coks from Artichokes
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This idea-packed culinary encyclopedia of vegetable cooking for the home kitchen comes courtesy of the chef of New York’s renowned Gramercy Tavern. Those who fear that this means the recipes are complicated should rest easy. Each was developed under the watchful eye of home cooks who had veto power over any excessively esoteric technique or professional skill. From artichokes to zucchini, Anthony presents bright fresh dishes, a great many of them quickly prepared, and even more of them featuring flavors and combinations new to many of us. Here you can learn to prepare a warm red cabbage salad with sweet potatoes, whole roasted leeks with tangerine vinaigrette, or roasted spaghetti squash with country ham. Very satisfying. Color photographs throughout. Hardcover.
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