Great greens cookbook
- Aug 5th 2009
If you’ve been reading my blog you know how much I talk about greens and adding more of them into your diet. Eating more greens is the simplest way to get healthier, the problem is how to do so without getting bored of the same old stuff. I feel like if I even see another stalk of plain, overcooked broccoli I’ll scream.
Bring on reason number 10,295 of why I love cookbooks, they’re full of ideas. One of my all-time favorite cookbooks is “Greens Glorious Greens!” by Joanna Albi & Catherine Walters. As they say “There’s “More Than 140 Ways to Prepare All Those Great Tasting, Super-Healthy, Beautiful Leafy Greens.” There are even beautiful illustrations by Paul Hoffman.
This book is one of my bibles. I lend it to clients to get a better idea of how to prepare greens and I also find myself constantly looking through it. The recipes are extremely clear and simple for the most part, this book has given me countless ideas for dinners and side dishes.
Next time you’re at the book store leaf through a copy or pick one up, you’ll be glad you did.