Justine Cooks: A Cookbook: Recipes (Mostly Plants) for Finding Your Way in the Kitchen (Hardcover)

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Find and refine your cooking style through 110 approachable and innovative plant-forward recipes from popular blogger and social media storyteller Justine Doiron.

Justine Doiron is known for approachable, inventive cooking that surprises with its unexpected flavor and ingredient pairings, as well as her love of vegetables, beans, bread, and farmers’ markets. She is also known on social media for her funny, inspiring, validating stories about the ways we connect through food. Here she shares 110 plant-forward recipes for salads, snacks, vegetables, seafood, and tofu plus beans, breads (as well as things to eat on or with bread), and dessert.
Recipes include Baked Kale Salad with Chili Quinoa, Breaded Beans with Nutty Skhug, Whitefish Peperonata, and Crispy Rice in Sungold-Miso Broth, plus simple breads like Sweet Potato Focaccia and Ripple Bread. The desserts chapter tempts with recipes like Tiny Salted Tiramisu Cookies and Butternut Squash Cake with Cinnamon Whipped Cream. With tips and techniques as well as kitchen wisdom she’s picked up on her cooking journey, Justine Cooks is a delicious invitation to explore your own cooking style and creativity.

About the Author

Justine Doiron is a recipe developer and food creator known for her simple, inventive recipes across Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. She specializes in comfortable, cookable food with a focus on seasonality and approachable ingredients. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Bon Appétit, The Washington Post, Good Morning America, The Rachael Ray Show, and more. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Praise For…

Justine Cooks is like your culinary buddy, encouraging you to try those daring flavor combos or master techniques you thought were out of reach. It’s an indispensable guide for both seasoned chefs and home cooking enthusiasts alike. Get ready to be inspired.”—Carla Hall, chef personality and author of Carla Hall’s Soul Food

“Justine Doiron’s debut book Justine Cooks is innovative and inspiring. Whether you’re a new or seasoned cook, this book gets you excited to be in the kitchen and Justine is alongside rooting you on.”—Colu Henry, author of Back Pocket Pasta and Colu Cooks: Easy Fancy Food

“Apologies to my mother, who tried very hard, but no one can get me to eat my vegetables like Justine. In Justine Cooks, her plant-forward recipes are intensely crunchy, creamy, crispy, and crave-worthy. Meet me at the farmer’s market, ladies, it’s go time!”—Dan Pelosi, author of Let’s Eat

“Whether you’ve been following and loving on Justine Snacks for years (hi, that’s me!) or are just discovering her here, you are in for a gorgeous and delicious cornucopia of genius cooking tips, flavor combos, recipes, and more. For me, it was the ‘obsessive chocolate chip cookie behavior’ spread that confirmed Justine and I are indeed soul snack sisters.”—Jessie Sheehan, author of Salty, Cheesy, Herby, Crispy Snackable Bakes
“Justine’s recipes are pure comfort food with a daring side, and this combo immediately gets me excited for what I’m going to cook. I love that this cookbook resonates with her humor as well as her calm reverence for exceptional ingredients and beans, always beans.”—Samantha Brown, host of Samantha Brown’s Places to Love
“Not only is this book beautiful, but Justine’s approach to cooking makes me crave vegetables in ways I never knew I could. These recipes are flavor bombs with thoughtful steps to make ordinary ingredients shine in a way that meat would only play second fiddle to. I imagine finding this book dog-eared and stained in my kitchen for years to come.”—Nini Nguyen, chef and author of Đặc Biệt: An Extra-Special Vietnamese Cookbook

Product Details
ISBN: 9780593582305
ISBN-10: 0593582306
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: October 29th, 2024
Pages: 288
Language: English