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Family: New vegetable classics to comfort and nourish Kindle Edition
|Length: 290 pages||Language: English|
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About the Author
Hetty McKinnon is a cook and food writer with a passion for vegetables. In 2011, she established Arthur Street Kitchen, a local salad-delivery business run out of her inner-city terrace in Surry Hills, Sydney. In 2015, Hetty and her family relocated to Brooklyn, New York City, where she continues to cook and write about food.
Hetty is the author of three bestselling cookbooks: Community (2015), Neighbourhood (2016) and the award-winning Family (2018). She is also the editor and publisher of multicultural food journal Peddler and the host of the magazine's podcast 'The House Specials'. She is a regular recipe contributor to ABC Life and Food & Wine and writes the column 'The Community Kitchen' for The Guardian.
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- Publisher : Plum (31 July 2018)
- ASIN : B07CTLKL75
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 182,232 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Having discovered Neighbourhood whilst in Australia and since buying Community, not a week has gone by when we don’t create one of her delicious recipes.
Very excited to get stuck into Family and our first dish was divine.
Pros: WHAT AN AMAZING BOOK! I have been making as many recipes as possible (given my picky-eaters family), more than once, and love them all. I can't put this down. The images/illustrations are fantastic. The recipes are ethnically varied, unusual, original but NOT impossible. Yes, here and there I had to make a few adjustments--but unless you are a total novice, anybody can figure out when there are "off" moments in the instructions.
I hate other vegetarian cookbooks that cater to the diet industry. This one is about preparing delicious dishes and good food. I can't wait for this author to write more books. (Her only other two books are about salads.)
So far the most incredible dish has been the Turkish gozleme (see photos). Also the sweet potato Mac&cheese came out fabulously, and so did the curry chickpeas with yellow rice (wow!).