This cookbook by British chef Anna Jones ended up costing me so much in overdue library fines that I should have bought it in the first place. It’s a fantastic book, full of delicious vegetarian recipes and stunning photography that will make you want to cook. As the Telegraph described it, the book features “vegetarian recipes brought up to date.”
The recipes are light, clean, and simple, with ordinary ingredients that I always seemed to have on hand. I particularly loved the nourishing coconut broth soup, the chart for making a perfect smoothie, the huevos rancheros for breakfast.
Jones has a lovely food blog too, and a new gig as a food writer for the Guardian, as well as a second, more recent cookbook called “A Modern Way to Cook.”
"A Modern Way to Eat" (2014), $24