Neighborhood: Hearty Salads and Plant-Based Recipes from Home and Abroad (Paperback)

Hearty Salads and Plant-Based Recipes from Home and Abroad

By Hetty McKinnon

Roost Books, 9781611804553, 240pp.

Publication Date: June 27, 2017

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Description

Hearty and healthy salad recipes inspired by neighborhoods across the globe.

No matter where you live in the world, it is the daily rituals of food that bind and connect us.

Neighborhood is a must-have collection of show-stopping yet simple vegetable-packed recipes, delivered against a backdrop of charming stories of food, family, and friendship. These delicious main-meal salads are filled with exciting flavors from around the world, journeying from Brooklyn to the greater Americas, the Mediterranean, Asia, France, Australia, and many other neighborhoods.

Incorporating vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, herbs, and spices in exciting combinations, the recipes here redefine what a salad can be. From Shredded Collard Greens, Baked Sweet Potato, and Pinto Beans with Paprika-Buttermilk Dressing to Cumin-Spiced Cauliflower with Fried Lentils and Spinach Yogurt and Thai Carrot and Peanut Salad, the sixty hearty salad recipes represent plant-based goodness at its very best, with recipes you'll want to make time and time again. A collection of dessert recipes leaves the book with a sweet finish.


About the Author

Hetty McKinnon 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.
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