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The recipes range from the basic to the complex, from simple steamed broccoli to rich soups such as Corn Chowder with Leeks and Potatoes. Even traditional recipes get an update, such as sautéed mushrooms cooked with butter, onions, and garlic. In just two simple steps, Bishop's interpretation has the mushrooms taking on an exquisite flavor that can stand alone as a side dish or as a topping for a rich steak. There may be some vegetables that are much less well known and even more difficult to find at the corner grocery store, such as malanga, Jerusalem artichokes, or salsify, but if you're interested, his suggestions might just help you find and tastefully enjoy them. Vegetables Every Day is the solution to satisfying the recommended five servings of vegetables a day. --Teresa Simanton
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I have been looking for different veggies to eat thru out the week besides the 3 or 4 that I use a lot of. There were some that I liked and some that I did not. I liked the book.Published 23 days ago by Fish Geek
I am very happy with this book and have already made several dishes. They were delicious.Published 2 months ago by Francine McGinty
Can't be beat for trying new ways to prepare vegetables - familiar or otherwise. My copy is falling apart from the use.Published 3 months ago by schmeslie
Book arrived as promised-great condition. I am learning more about vegetables and loving it!Published 4 months ago by Beryl Perkins
This is a book first given to me by brother-in-law and wife. It is getting beaten up from use. This one was a gift to a friend.Published 6 months ago by Karen L Motenko-Neal