Monday, October 10, 2016

Book Review: A Modern Way to Cook by Anna Jones

I am pleased to see so many plant-based cookbooks on the market lately! I recently had the opportunity to review A Modern Way to Cook by British cook, stylist and writer Anna Jones. It features more than 150 vegetarian recipes that promise to be quick and flavor packed. The book is a follow up to her first title, A Modern Way to Eat. 
Anna's modern perspective on cooking includes chapters like "ready in twenty" and "super-fast breakfasts." From what I have seen so far, there are many unique, healthy, and quick recipes to choose from. Many of them contain ingredients I already have on hand, which is also a huge positive. 
The photographs are beautiful and like most cooks, I appreciate seeing the finished meals throughout the book.
While perusing the book for the first time, I spotted a quick and easy Nordic morning bowl recipe. I enjoyed it for breakfast recently (during a dark morning in which photography is not compatible). I adapted the recipe to my liking and used ingredients I had on hand. It was as delicious as expected.

I love Anna's perspective on modern, plant-based meals and look forward to trying more of her recipes. I'll report out on some favorites when I do.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for my review. Opinions are my own.

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