--"My favorite cookbook of the year...Not only is it beautiful enough to be a coffee table book, it's is also jam packed with the most brilliant, original, simple recipes that you will make you want to get into the kitchen immediately." Daily Meal, UK
About the Author
Todd Porter and Diane Cu are professional food photographers and stylists and publish the acclaimed food, recipe, and lifestyle blog WhiteonRiceCouple.com. They are also avid gardeners, busy home cooks and encourage others to share meals with those they love. The popularity of their blog stems from their shared stories of life and food that connect us all. Beyond the blog, their professional work includes clients such as Whole Foods, Williams-Sonoma, Thermador, KitchenAid, Food & Wine Magazine, and the Cooking Channel. They are also photography instructors, teach speciality cooking classes and are sought-after speakers at industry conferences. Todd and Diane have been featured in Sunset magazine, Food & Wine Magazine, Los Angeles Times and on the Cooking Channel.
"This book walks a direct line of inspiration from Todd and Diane's garden to a beautiful collection of produce-forward recipes. It captures the vitality of simply prepared, seasonal ingredients (whether you grow them or buy them), and their enthusiasm is infectious."
-- Heidi Swanson, author of Super Natural Every Day
"Brillat-Savarin famously wrote, 'Tell me what you eat and I'll tell you who you are.' The California corollary to this would be 'Tell me what you grow and I'll tell you what you eat.' For so many of us, our kitchens are inextricably linked to our gardens and nobody has captured this union better than Todd Porter and Diane Cu in their perfectly named new book Bountiful."
-- Russ Parsons, food editor for the Los Angeles Times
"There has never been a book more aptly named than Bountiful. Bursting at the seams with lush, inviting photographs and inspired seasonal recipes, this is a cookbook you'll turn to over and over, from summer to winter and back again. The only problem, as far as I can see, is where to start: the savory butternut squash crumble, the honeydew salad with riesling and mint, or maybe the blood orange bars with a brown butter crust?"
-- Molly Wizenberg, author of A Homemade Life