is a beautiful guide on how to eat at home in a totally modern way. Hetty packs in dozens of practical tips for making satisfying meals with the simplest ingredients (the secret of slam-dunk salads? A can of beans. Leftovers? 'Put an egg on it.'), which makes Neighborhood
completely essential for anyone who loves feeding friends and family. No cookbook shelf should be without it."-- Joanna Goddard, founder of women's lifestyle website Cup of Jo
"If there is one superwoman in this world who can make me as excited about vegetables as I am about cake, it is Hetty! Her warmth, charm, and wizardry in the kitchen make salads as cozy and vibrant as ever. As someone who is always looking to eat healthier, I know this book is going to become a staple in my house. The recipes in this book, paired with Hetty's tales of traveling the world and moving to Brooklyn, and Luisa Brimble's breathtaking photos make Neighborhood
a slam dunk."--Molly Yeh, author of Molly on the Range
explodes with vibrant food that I want to make. This book is filled with healthy and delicious recipes and beautiful photographs, and it pays homage to the people Hetty admires in her community in Brooklyn. An absolute stunner."--Aran Goyoaga, author of Sweet Treats and Small Plates
and creator of the blog Cannelle et Vanille
McKinnon, a longtime vegetarian on a mission to give the salad a rebrand, creates hearty, complex, vibrant, stick-to-your-ribs-without-going-to-your-thighs recipes that draw from many different parts of the world--goop
is a home cook with a passion for vegetables. In 2011, she established Arthur Street Kitchen, a community kitchen with a simple concept: local food for local people. From her inner-city terrace kitchen in Surry Hills, Sydney, Hetty dreamed up and cooked flavor-packed, hearty, seasonal salads, which she delivered to locals on her bike.
In 2015, Hetty--with her family and Arthur Street Kitchen in tow--relocated to the rather larger neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. From there, she continues to deliver salads to locals, runs creative pop-up events, and caters lunches, making food friends along the way. Hetty also writes about her experience of food, life, and adventure in Brooklyn on her blog, www.arthurstreetkitchen.com.