by Diane Morgan, Deborah Madison and Antonis Achilleos
Hardcover, 431 pages, Chronicle Books Llc, List Price: $40 |
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Contains information on familiar and exotic root vegetables and includes recipes featuring each vegetable, including horseradish vinaigrette, stir-fried lotus root and snow peas, and yuca chips.
Carrots' leafy green tops usually end up in the trash. Not so fast, says cookbook author Diane Morgan, who uses the frilly leaves to make a pesto.
Courtesy of Diane Morgan
March 7, 2013 Cookbook author Diane Morgan says there's much more to a carrot than the orange part. But too often, she says, the root vegetable's frilly green fronds end up in the trash.
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