Vegetables on the Side: The Complete Guide to Buying and Cooking

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Eat your vegetables! From artichokes to zucchini, this encyclopedic volume of vegetables as accompaniment will delight all who have ever wondered, "What should I make to go with it?" Complete with basics like steamed broccoli, regional specialties like New England baked beans, antioxidant-packed recipes for collards, and exotica ranging from stuffed chayote to roasted Jerusalem artichokes, here are more than 400 recipes, classic and creative, for the vegetable enthusiast. Vegetables are listed alphabetically so ...
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Overview

Eat your vegetables! From artichokes to zucchini, this encyclopedic volume of vegetables as accompaniment will delight all who have ever wondered, "What should I make to go with it?" Complete with basics like steamed broccoli, regional specialties like New England baked beans, antioxidant-packed recipes for collards, and exotica ranging from stuffed chayote to roasted Jerusalem artichokes, here are more than 400 recipes, classic and creative, for the vegetable enthusiast. Vegetables are listed alphabetically so they are a snap to find—and within each entry, Williams offers nutritional highlights, directions for steaming, boiling, and baking, and a score of delightful recipes to go with just about any main dish. There are even suggestions for main dishes to go with these vegetable sides. So whether you need to know what to make to complete tonight's menu, or are looking for interesting ideas to use up a bumper crop of tomatoes, Vegetables on the Side makes healthy eating as easy as it is delicious!

From basics like steamed broccoli and regional specialties like New England baked beans to antioxidant-packed recipes for collards and exotica ranging from stuffed chayote to roasted Jerusalem artichokes, Williams presents 400 recipes, classic and created, for the vegetable-minded, plus tips on preparation, buying, and storing. 2-color interior.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780028623368
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/3/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Artichokes, Globe.

Artichokes, Jerusalem.

Artichokes, Chinese or Japanese (Crosnes).

Asparagus.

Avocados.

Beans.

Beets.

Belgian Endive.

Broccoli.

Broccoli Raab.

Brussels Sprouts.

Cabbage.

Cardoons.

Carrots.

Cauliflower.

Celeriac (Celery Root).

Celery.

Chard, Swiss.

Chayote.

Collards.

Corn.

Cucumbers.

Eggplant.

Fennel.

Fiddlehead Ferns.

Garlic.

Hominy.

Jicama.

Kale.

Kohlrabi.

Leeks.

Lentils.

Lettuce and Other Salad Greens.

Mushrooms.

Okra.

Onions.

Parsnips.

Peanuts.

Peas.

Peppers.

Plantains.

Potatoes.

Pumpkin.

Radishes.

Rutabagas.

Salsify.

Spinach.

Squash.

Sweet Potatoes.

Tomatillos.

Tomatoes.

Turnips.

Zucchini.

Index.

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