The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
  • The Love And Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-To-Zucchini Celebration Of Impromptu Cooking
ISBN: 1583335862
EAN13: 9781583335864
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 29, 2016
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 1.42" H x 10" L x 8.19" W
Weight: 2.69 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Sometimes all you need is a little spark of inspiration to change up your regular cooking routine. The Love & Lemons Cookbook features more than one hundred simple recipes that help you turn your farmers market finds into delicious meals.

The beloved Love & Lemons blog has attracted buzz from everyone from bestselling author Heidi Swanson to Saveur Magazine, who awarded the blog Best Cooking Blog of 2014.

Organized by ingredient, The Love & Lemons Cookbook teaches readers how to make beautiful food with what's on hand, whether it's a bunch of rainbow-colored heirloom carrots from the farmers market or a four-pound cauliflower that just shows up in a CSA box. The book also features resources to show readers how to stock their pantry, gluten-free and vegan options for many of the recipes, as well as ideas on mixing and matching ingredients, so that readers always have something new to try.

Stunningly designed and efficiently organized, The Love & Lemons Cookbook is a resource that you will use again and again.

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   Delicious and easy looking recipes
The book is divided into three sections: Apples Artichokes Asparagus Berries Broccoli Brussels Sprouts and Cilantro Lime Roasted Pork Chops and Smoothies. Almost every recipe specifies at the bottom if it is gluten-free or vegan, and if it isn't most of the recipes provided some way to adapt it to be vegan and gluten-free. The book itself is gorgeous, too. There are just too many photos to count.
 
4
   Good, but not fantastic.
This book is very good, but it didn't wow me. Good recipes, but this won't be going into a normal rotation for me, he said.
 
1
   Pass on this
I returned it, but the printer won't run it. I am an avid collector of cookbooks. I have cooked for years and have the pantry full of unusual spices and enjoy cooking all types of food, he said. After reading this and looking at every recipe, I knew this was a pass. Yes, I have over a hundred cookbooks - and rarely do I send one back.
 
3
   A-Z concept is cute but not practical
The book is set up alphabetically based on main ingredient, but it is not very easy to skim through to find a recipe as a regular cookbook is that broken up by meals, main, dessert, etc. I enjoy her recipes and found a lot on her blog, but the layout does not work for me.
 
5
   Great purchase!
The book is very well written and I'm excited to read it. Easy to make and use, the book has quick and easy recipes for everything from pizza crust to lasagna. The instructions are clear and straight to the point, and the support staff is on hand to help.
 
4
   Approachable and beautiful
I've read all the books, and I love this one. It's the sort of book I like to take out onto the porch with a beverage of choice and savor every page. It's organized by main ingredient and I liked the way it was very veg heavy. It's a double whammy: The roasted cauliflower tacos with chipotle cream are now installed as a guest fav. It's a go-to comfort food, and the shiitake and spinach miso soup is a must-have. If I can make one suggestion, I wish instead of “leave out the eggs” or “skip the cheese” there might have been a reasonable substitution. Skipping ingredients takes away from the dish and I feel like it was a bit of an afterthought, rather than a fully thought-out element. Fortunately I was able to come up with the substitutions and I did buy the next book. It's great to be back home, said Blair. It would make a great shower gift for a bride to be or college graduate.
 
5
   Excellent cookbook. Will buy others from author
I enjoyed this cookbook and waited a month before giving an unbiased review. Each recipe comes with a color photo of the child in the center. Vegan, gluten-free or Paleo-friendly recipes are not listed. I'm not a huge fan of cookbooks, but the recipes are flavorful and unique. I have no direct interest and cannot say whether the writer or publisher of the book knew about the scandal.
 
3
   The structure of The recipe ingredients lists are very bad in the Kindle.
I just purchased the kindle version, so maybe the print version is structured better, but in the Kindle version the recipe ingredients are just one long Run-on sentencelist. Very practical and not that complicated to follow. Amazon also offers a free Kindle version of "The Age of Enlightenment." Thanks for the unquenchable thirst for veggies, writes Janet Grubb of the Vegetable Section. There are also recipes that call for real eggs.
 
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   Gorgeous book, boring recipes
I still hear people say, "Huh? The book's exterior and the pictures inside are stunning. But the recipes are pretty boring, even by Martha Stewart's standards. Delicious food, cheap food, just the way we eat. I'm a huge fan of the show and felt a little disappointed by the actual content here.
 
5
   Full of winning recipes
I've loved the love and lemons blog lemons for a while, so when I saw that they had written a cookbook, I had to buy it. Leaving aside any lingering bitterness, I have not regretted that move at all, Mr. Rule told the judge. The recipes are easy and I love that there are notes on how to make the recipe vegan or gluten-free if that's your thing. With three toddlers, it's sometimes hard to make sure my family is getting enough veggies, but these easy-to-make carrot waffles and double chocolate zucchini muffins do the trick and taste amazing. My husband and I were skeptical of the zucchini lasagna, but it was delicious and the creamy pasta with Brussels sprouts was a favorite to serve to friends. I wasn't sure at first about the book being arranged by vegetable, but I've found that it actually makes finding recipes for whatever comes in the csa box much easier than having it arranged by meal. The section in the back for customizing basic foods like hummus or pesto is also great.
 
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