Vegetables are too often thought of as just a side dish, but vegetarians and omnivores looking to expand their repertoire of vegetable-based dishes can find a lot of inspiration in the highly recommended cookbooks featured here.
This list includes contemporary participants (such as Anna Jones’s A modern way to eat and two popular titles from chef and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi), alongside well-known classics that have truly stood the test of time (like Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book).
The American chef and culinary writer Deborah Madison is present on several occasions, such is the breadth and depth of her work on plant-based cuisine (14 books and more).
These recommendations are courtesy of 1000 Cookbooks, which ranks the 1000 Creading books as judged by a panel of hundreds of top chefs and food experts. A 1,000 cookbook service, ckbk, provides digital access to the best classic and contemporary cookbooks. You can visit the website to learn more about membership.
You may already have one or two on your shelf; others might inspire you to hunt them down. Let us know if you have any other favorites in the comments below.
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