If you are anything like me, you have already started Christmas shopping. But you can take a break from thinking about that 'to-buy' list and do something for yourself: Enter this giveaway and possibly win a beautiful, brand new copy of Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi.
Last Christmas, my brother bought me a copy of Plenty, and I’ve been enjoying it all year.
The author, Yotam Ottolenghi, is a famous non-vegetarian writer who happens to have a vegetarian column in the British paper, the Guardian. I have a theory that meat-eaters produce the best vegetarian recipes, and Yotam's delicious creations help support my argument. His book contains recipes that are so good that even the most stubborn carnivore will be left salivating.
Plenty’s stunning photography shows off the vegetable-based dishes that fill its pages. The author’s Israeli roots are apparent throughout the book. The food ranges from Middle Eastern and Mediterranean to Asian. This variety is evident in dishes such as lentils with broiled eggplant, mango and coconut rice salad, and saffron tagliatelle with spiced butter. Yotam takes a creative approach to vegetarian cooking that gives the humble vegetable a fresh makeover. This will be a great addition to your cookbook collection - vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
You can listen to a wonderful NPR story about Yotam Ottolenghi and his book, Plenty HERE.
(U.S and Canadian residents only. Winner will be selected at random. The winner will be contacted on Saturday, November 23rd and will have 72 hours to respond. If there is no response, another entry will be chosen).