Written in English
|Statement||Alana Chernila ; photographs by Johnny Autry|
|Contributions||Autry, Johnny, photographer|
|LC Classifications||TX801 .C4338 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2017013871|
Cooking these edible roots, which have a punchy bite when raw, brings out their mellow side, says Alana Chernila, in her new book Eating from the Ground Up. She blasts them in a hot oven for a half-hour, then serves them with a lemon-feta-mint sauce. Who this book is best suited for: Anyone who loves veggies or who is looking to add more vegetables to their weekly rotation. Three words to sum it up: Simple, vibrant, and approachable. The Review: Eating from the Ground Up. When I first saw the cover of Eating from the Ground Up by Alana Chernila, it reminded me of cookbook covers I had seen. Alana’s beautiful book shows you the way with an impressive range of homemade go-tos. She covers all the useful day-to-day staples here with understated style. Pancake and waffle mixes, granola, tomato sauce, and salad dressings bump up against recipes for crackers, soda syrups, sauerkraut. This is all thanks to Alana Chernila’s gorgeous new book, Eating From the Ground Up. Many of you might be familiar with Alana’s previous books, The Homemade Pantry and The Homemade Kitchen, as well as her blog (it shares a name with this new book).
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