Morrow Cookbooks, July 1998. Hardcover. Item #180163
The complete, A-to-Z guide to buying, preparing, and cooking vegetables. The follow-up to his James Beard award-winning "Fish & Shellfish," James Peterson's newest book, "Vegetables," is the most authoritative book on the topic. In addition to the more than 300 wonderful recipes, Peterson includes an encyclopedic introduction covering topics such as vegetable varieties, uses, buying, preparation, storage, and more -- basically everything you'll ever need to know. The recipes span the globe -- everything from American mashed potatoes to stir-fried bok choy. Although there are plenty of vegetarian recipes -- many without dairy products -- James Peterson isn't afraid to add smoked ham or meat stock to his vegetable recipes, if that's how they're best enjoyed. Just like his previous award-winning cookbooks, "Vegetables" will be required reading (and cooking) for beginners, culinary professionals, and all levels of cooks in between.